Chapter 5: Arman

February 26, 2016

Next was Saturday and Epic Proportions. David is again, complaining about how I was late due to work. My boss understands if I have school work. But I can’t just leave work. That’s ridiculous.

So anyways, I arrived there at around 7:15 after speeding down 121. I walked in, and immediately was put into this new world. I was no longer in the world that I lived in. I was placed into this desert, with lots of cool characters and laughter.

And you know what? I really enjoyed the play. At intermission, I went and picked up some popcorn and talked with David. He was mad at me for showing up late, and asked that question of what was important, school or work. Well man, when you’re a senior, you’ll find that answer.

The play was funny, and for me, was an eye opening experience. I didn’t know some of the people I knew were so talented. My friend, Jeremiah Jones, who was the lead in the play, did a brilliant job. I had no clue he was so good!

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