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|ImUgly (profile) wrote, |
on 10-31-2005 at 9:49am
|Music: drain the blood(the distillers)
|hey im back from camping. i got back yesterday afternoon. i went w/the pathfinders. its almost but not completely unlike boyscouts but co-ed. it was crasee. nights went down to the 20s. heres something nice imagine trying to sleep in 20 degree weather in an almost nonthermal sleeping bag that if you move from your warm spot for 2 seconds and go back, its already frozen. yes well we were there for 4 days. the last night we got smart. we all put our bags in the one tent and made it the dressing room. then we opened all our sleeping bags in the other tent and everyone slept together. i actually slept that night heh.
on friday we had to wake up at 530, on saturday we had inspection and had to wake up at 6, and on sunday we slept in until 730 which was nice. i didnt even sleep on thursday.
inspection was....i dunno. we did bad. we had to do formations and whatnot. that part was pretty good. site inspection was alright. personal inspection...omg haha. youre supposed to wear black boots and black socks, right, well i was wearing leopard converse and pink socks w/hearts lmao.
i think we made a few honors. i didnt make archery. um omg this one company, NWC, they were show-offs and took everything way too seriously. they were doing drills and stuff like constantly or they never stopped i dont know which one. the drumline was pretty good. that never stopped either lol.
hey listen to this. this lady hung herself in her yard and no one reported it because they thought it was a halloween decoration.
The apparent suicide of a woman found hanging from a tree went unreported for hours because passers-by thought the body was a Halloween decoration, authorities said.
The 42-year-old woman used rope to hang herself across the street from some homes on a moderately busy road late Tuesday or early Wednesday, state police said.
The body, suspended about 15 feet above the ground, could be easily seen from passing vehicles.
State police spokesman Cpl. Jeff Oldham and neighbors said people noticed the body at breakfast time Wednesday but dismissed it as a holiday prank. Authorities were called to the scene more than three hours later.
"They thought it was a Halloween decoration," Fay Glanden, wife of Mayor William Glanden, told The (Wilmington) News Journal.
"It looked like something somebody would have rigged up," she said.