“Good afternoon! Remember tomorrow is Crazy Day, you are welcome to do anything crazy,” boomed a voice through our school speakers.
“Crazy Day? What does that mean?” I asked my ESL teacher, Mrs. Ramsey. She answered: “On this day, everyone dresses up like a crazy person.” She suggested I sport a weird hairstyle or wear two different shoes. It sounded so awesome to me. However, I decided that I would wear my T-shirt backwards.更多信息请访问：http://www.ttxyy.com/
The next day as I walked into the classroom, everybody looked so funny: Mrs. Toalson had curled her hair into massive curls and my classmate Bradley had dyed his hair white! I thought he was an old person when I first saw him.
“Hi, Mary， you look wacky! How do I look?” My friend Taylor asked. Her outfit was so un-matched: she was wearing an old hat that looked like it came from the 17th century paired with a cute and trendy skirt. It reminded me of women from ancient times mixed with a 21st century woman who chewed gum during school.
The next day, I received a note from school that said “Tomorrow is pajama day.” “Should I wear my pajamas to school tomorrow? What if tomorrow is not pajama day? What if the note is just a joke?” I worried. “What if tomorrow I am the only one wearing pajamas? I will look silly and weird!” I decided to be safe and not wear my pajamas.
As I walked into the classroom the following day, I was amazed how my classmates were dressed! They were all wearing pajamas! Some of them even brought their dolls and Barbies with them! I deeply regretted not wearing my pajamas.
Mrs. Toalson asked the students to introduce their new “friends” that they had brought with them. “What new friends? I didn’t see any new people there,” I asked myself. Suddenly Clarke held a cute cuddly toy lion high up in the air: “This is Frobby,” he said proudly.
As my classmates continued introducing their animal “friends” to the class, I smiled and thought: Wow this is such fun! How I love school in the States!