My mom is convinced that I am not responsible enough to have a key to the house (and regularly insults me about how I won't be able to function in college if I can't handle a housekey now.)
So in any case she has one on the back porch, in an obvious area (which she maintains is safer than me having one) which I need to use every wednesday, or when she will be out of the house. I forget maybe one out of 6 times to put it back on the back porch when coming in the front door. It's pretty stupid, and I should be able to remember better, but it's not that big a deal. Either I'll ask my neighbor, or just go to the library (as I did today) But if I ask my neighbor my mom gets all mad :'( even though my neighbor doesn't really care. But in any case, she won't let me have a key, and gets mad when I forget. And my side door could probably be lockpicked easily. IT would get me out of a lot of trouble to just pick it. She's getting home in 40 minutes, and I have a 20 minute bikeride to get home. I have access to a shed, but it only has large, not small tools. I've googled it, but they say I need a small screwdriver in addition to a paperclip. Do you guys have any personal experience or advice in lockpicking?
Intermission: I"m president of MUN :DDD
So I had 3 AP tests this year. I have finished two of them, Calc and Chem. Chem and Calc were a pain, but doable. Only US is left. I'm in fact quite excited taht I've managed to finish my two more difficult ones, and with only one to go I'm feeling good about it
4s and 5s all the way :D