I was asked to look after a class in the art room. My peers. Had to put angels on the table for sale and wear a namebadge. I put clothes and stuff in a bag to prepare and gave the bag to the art teacher. He gave it back to me and there was a namebadge on my hoodie. They were all assigned their seats. I sat at the front. Emily noticed a ring on my engagement finger and said “Do you have news?” expectantly. I replied “Oh no, I usually wear it on my right hand but my fingers got too fat and it doesn’t fit on that hand any more.”
Then I was in a swimming pool, with my peers again. And two crocodiles came and pushed me and Joanne around by their snouts. We stayed as still as possible and tried not to struggle, hoping they would leave us alone without eating us. Two guys rescued us. Then everyone else got out of the pool but me, and my maths teacher Mr Roberts was on the side and I had to collect CDs and stuff out of the pool. Well, I didn’t have to, but I did, and he said thank you.
When I got out of the pool the top half of my legs were really hairy, like patches of black, like a gorilla and I thought I wish I’d shaved my legs lol.
Back to the art room. They had to do paintings. When they were done the paintings weren’t quite dry so I swooshed them over with a big paintbrush. My peers were mad that I had spoiled their paintings, a guy got especially mad and ripped a painting up. It was his painting, but there were two to a sheet, and it was attached to someone else’s lime green painting. I said “Put that back, it’s not yours to rip up.”
Then the art teacher came, she said “What’s going on?” I explained and we looked together for the lime painting but couldn’t find it. She said she would sort it out. So I packed up my things which was confusing as I couldn’t remember what was mine and what was the school’s stationary. Then I was putting a magazine in my bag and Mrs Lewis (the art teacher) said “No we’ll keep that, it’s reference material.” I said “Oh” And handed it to her. And she explained they only have magazines with happy articles in them, and they are quite rare to come across, so this was very special.
I left. Came back for something. She had sorted out the table and the gap on the table by using a fancy projector that changed the images around to fill all the spaces.