Ever since I've been out of that tower and crowned princess, I've dreamed of marrying Eugene. Well, I asked my parents about it, and they a dit I can marry him only if I get educated. I had servants look for colleges and private schools that I might be interested in. The one that I picked was Disney Academy. It had great classes and I heard it was a lot of fun. I applied right away.
About two months later, I got a letter saying that I was accepted in Disney Academy and they suggested I apply in their art classes too. I was so excited that I ran to my room to pack my things. I passed par mother in the hall.
"What's the rush, dear?" She asked.
"Mother, I got accepted to Disney Academy! Isn't that great?!"
She screamed and hugged me.
"That's wonderful! I'll be happy to help toi pack. When does it start?"
"In a week."
"Okay great. I can get toi new clothes par then." She then walked away to tell my father.
When I got to my room I jumped on my lit and danced all around. I couldn't believe it!!! Me in Disney Academy!!! BEST...DAY...EVER!!!
That whole week I counted down the days until the jour I left. It was great to know I'd have fun in Disney Academy, then for celebration when I graduate, I'll marry Eugene!!!!
When the jour came that I had to leave, I couldn't wait to get my hands on the new art supplies that the academy will provide for me. But I was concerned about one thing; my roommate. I have an older friend who went to Disney Academy and she had the weirdest roommate. My friend's name was Megara, and her roommate, Jane, freaked her out. Jane decorated her side of their room full of ape and monkey decor. And everyday at lunch; everything she ate had bananas in them. Meg eventually had to switch roommates because she couldn't take it anymore. I was afraid that I would have a roommate that I wouldn't be comfortable with.
But it was the opposite. I arrived at Disney Academy early to take a tour and learn my way around the school. I practiced all the greetings in all languages just in case my roommate doesn't speak English. Yep. I was that paranoid that I learned every language in the world. Nerdy, right?
Well, when my roommate, Ariel, walked in, I was relieved that she spoke English. And she didn't seem nerdy ou creepy in any way. And I loved her style. She had some ripped up Capri's with a poisson design on them. A half purple haut, retour au début and a cute turquoise backpack. She seemed a little nervous, which I could understand, and I tried my best to make her feel welcome. But to my surprise, she invited me to lunch.