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Small complaints
4/26/2024 10:42pm

I'm creating supplementary material to go with my Psyience Fair project about the greenhouse. I'm drawing scientific illustrations of some of the plants on the school grounds that have been exhibiting accelerated or otherwise abnormal growth.

Edith Echeveria: This robust succulent from outside the science lab has recently joined my P.E. class. While they (echeveria flowers have both male and female parts) are stout and rubbery, they lack the agility to be much help in basketball.

Fern Harlow: I spent a lot of time trying to capture her willowy branches, which I hope comes out in this drawing.

@Bad Geranium: This one couldn't stop posing with the muscle shots, so I drew a number of additional images concentrating in the individual body parts. Quite built, you have to admit.

The Impatiens: This group is inseparable, and it's hard to tell the individuals apart, but they've quickly gained the adoration of the cafeteria crowd, performing their song and dance routines to great applause.

Small complaints
4/3/2024 10:26pm

The greenhouse has gone completely under. Now there's just a mass of roots and vines that pulled the whole thing down into the earth.

I drew illustrations in my notebook a three times a day during the entire process. I'm going to put them together into an animated timelapse of the event and include it with my Psyience Fair project. Now there's no way I wont't get first prize. 

And what about @Mr. Blume? And everything else that was in the greenhouse? Where will we get the beautiful flowers for Sunday brunch?

So many questions!

Small complaints
3/17/2024 6:14pm

With @Mr. Blume on hiatus they didn't know what to do with Botany class so they gave us "independent study" and guess what for mine I picked WHAT IS GOING ON AT THE GREENHOUSE because what IS going on at the greenhouse?

In the past week it's become a gnarling mass of vegetation, great green chutes like tentacles bursting out of the ground around it, terrible tendrils sprouting vines with leaves and spikes and primitive intoxicating flowers, threatening to pull the whole greenhouse into the earth to be consumed. There's seems to be no getting in. Or out.

I've been filling my notebook with illustrations and taking notes. I am positive it will not only get me an A but get me entered in the state-wide Psychic Science Fair! I'm psyched.

2/27/2024 10:58pm

My! People come and go so quickly here!

Whether it's serving pancakes at brunch or defoliating on the lawn, psyhigh students can be like whispy ghosts.

It's because the air's so thin, I think.

Add a journal entry to Dissappearences

Small complaints
2/3/2024 5:43pm

Yeah I have a small complaint it is that @Mr. Blume has been smelling extra... fecund lately? A little composty?

I suggest sitting in the back


Seasonal Enrollment
11/4/2023 11:42pm

Come for the psychic ed, stay for the Sunday brunches.