Other than that, I was fine.
My goodness does this look a lot like my own childhood journal entries. The lists! The LISTS!
I recently found a letter I wrote to myself in grade seven as part of a school assignment. It's very funny because it opens with a long missive about how war is obviously very stupid and hypocritical of adults, men should be allowed to express their emotions, and that true bravery is being honest about how you feel...followed by a list of My Enemies and Things I Hate.
Oh to be thirteen.
Bet now they wish they'd invited you!
Love the inventory of your world. That note about the sleepover is a heartbreaker.
Haha, I was actually laughing over the fact that you had a favorite number.
The “eco. setting” slayed me (I believe I see a period there, excellent punctuation at such a young age).
This is great.
Ummm, I think the fact you begin each entry"Dear Kitty", à la Anne Frank, deserves an honorable mention as well. : )