Lennon and Maisy Plus An Extreme Seana Shocker

So....yeah. Mega shocker here. Seana will officially be done with middle school today. BAM! SUH-MACK TO THE FACE! Honestly, it's really weird for me to think about. I've been at this school for....ever? And then POOF, suddenly I'll never go back there again for school. Yikes.

Anyway, on to the video!

I was introduced to this cute video a while ago, and recently I learned how to do the thing they do with their butter tins. It's pretty sweet. The two girls doing the video are singing a cover of "Call Your Girlfriend" and their names are Lennon and Maisy, as you'll see in the video. They're really talented for their age!

The video should work. *crosses fingers*


Comments

  1. Heyyyyyyyyyyy Sea! HAPPY LAST DAY OF MIDDLE SCHOOL! Feels lovely, doesn't it? That day was last Friday for me. :)

    Now...we join the realm of...high schoolers. SCARY, is it not? *shudders*

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    1. Terrifying. I'll be a little fish in a big pond again.

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    2. I had my last day of middle school too! But I go to a private school and already take some high school courses. So maybe it's not as big of a change for me...

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    3. For me it's a pretty huge transition, as I go from a nice fairly large sized school into the world of the humungo high school. Yikes.

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  2. YOU JUST LEFT MIDDLE SCHOOL?!? Wow, I feel old now.

    Congratulations! I'd tell you about high school, but since I'm homeschooled, I don't think anything I have to say would be helpful.

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    1. Haha, terribly sorry about that. (:

      You never know! I'd be happy to hear what you've got to say.

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    2. Ack, sorry for the delayed response!

      I don't know what public schools are like, but not much changed for me when going to high school. (Other than the fact that I had to actually learn to study. I wasn't a great student in middle school.) It was just a change in routine, and that was it. All that to say, I doubt there's much to be scared/worried about.

      Well, that sounds a smidgeon lame, but maybe it's useful. Hope the transition goes well!

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    3. I think the biggest change for me I think is going to be not only the size of the school (I fear I may get lost), but also the matter of not following my homeroom around like I did in middle school. I'll have to rely on myself to know my schedule by heart, because no one else is likely to have the same one. And, of course, the classes will get harder, but that's nothing new.

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  3. It's crazy isn't it?! Next year I'm going to be a Big Bad Fourth Year! :O :O :O

    By the way Seana guuuuurlll, I nominated you for the Readers Appreciation Award! Enjoy! :)
    (I can't put a link cause my computer's Acting Up, but I'll hopefully drop back by later! Although, I'm sure you could easily find it...)

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    1. Ahaha, I'm BACK! Now I can link my way to world domination! Mwahahaha! Mwahaha! Mwahah, mwaha, mwahaaa-- apologies. Don't pay any attention to me, I completely don't have any secret evil plans! ':D ':D anyway, uh, here's your link, Seana!
      http://wishingiwasnorthern.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/a-frightening-prospect.html
      *phew that was a close one!*

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