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Today I woke up at the lovely hour 9:34, with six minutes to be in Hagerman. The farthest school building away. I rolled groggily out of bed then hastily threw on a dress. My adrenaline was running high as I whipped out my retainers and put a piece of gum in my mouth to counteract the morning breath. I was a mess, and you could plainly see it as I stumbled out the door with my backpack half zipped thrown over my shoulder. I took off running. My legs burned as I passed Weld. Time was running short when I passed Webster and Niles. I knew I only had one minute to get to class. I dug deep to find that inner strength to pull me through. Finally, I threw open the Hagerman doors and trampled down the steps. I barged into the enviro room, and was ready for class. This afternoon, Elena and I had a soccer game. We played Exeter...and lost 4-1. But we ran a lot, it was good.


 
 
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Here we are in the Alfond library at Holderness School of Excellence being scholarly. We miss Jordan Camp, wish he was here to study with us! Books are fun. 

 
 
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"Summer was fun...that's the only adjective I can think of to describe it." -Kelly Anne DiNapoli
In the midst of skiing, learning to play harmonica, working, boating, hiking, and copious amounts of eating, Kelly and I found little time to blog this summer. Sorry for keeping everyone waiting. 

Soo this summer I had the pleasure of being in the Colorado rockies for a month. I learned that ants taste like lemon drops, and found the holy grail. Excitment!

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Back in the home land of Vermont Kelly enjoyed most of her summer soaking up the sun on the lake with hot college boys, working at the ultimate snack shack (with their famous lobster rolls), and learning what NOT to do when you go camping. For about two weeks in the middle of July Kelly was out in British Colombia   skiing and exploring the great village of Whistler. Kelly did not want to leave because of all the hot boys and now she is planning to move there this summer.

All and all for both of us, the summer of 2011 was one we will never forget.