Friday, September 30, 2011



     My readers know that I like to do traditions.  So I'm starting two new traditions again.  To, you know, get things organized and fun again.  Geez, I'm such a nerd.

     Anyways, I'm going to be doing "Wishful Wednesdays" and "Five Fact Fridays".  Wishful Wednesdays obviously means that I'm going to post wishful thoughts.  Things that I wish I had, places I wish I could go, things I wish I could do.  Not being grateful for what you have is bad, but wishing for what you want can be healthy in moderation.  Five Fact Fridays will be about 5 facts.  Who could've guess that?  It won't be super nerdy facts, or lame personal facts, it will be facts about my week.  For example, the five facts could include maybe a couple of restaurants that I went to and my personal review, a new book that I read and my personal review, or maybe a show that I'm watching and my personal review.  Does that make sense?  Cool.

     So, it's Friday today.  I guess that means I'll do my 5 facts now.

     Here we go.....

     O1. In my family, we have a traditional "Pizza Monday".  Yes, a solid rule to have pizza at least once a week.  Sounds great, huh?  It is.  Personally, I'm actually not a huge pizza fan.  Maybe it's because I'm a severely picky eater.  Anyway though, we always get pizza from Papa Murphy's.  Not Dominoes, not Little Caesars, not even The Pie.  Papa Murphy's.  It seems to me like Papa Murphy's deserves a Grammy.  Okay, I'm being a tad dramatic, but I just love their pizza.  Everything about it so perfect, the crust, the amount of sauce, the cheese, the fresh toppings.  Unf.  They're incredibly cheap, within walking distance from our house, and they have turned me into a pizza freak.  Well, a pizza freak that only wants to eat Papa Murphy's.  It's the best pizza in the world.  Their "Vegetarian DeLITE" pizza, (tonssss of veggies on a thin, cracker crust) is actually my favorite pizza ever.  So, lalala, eat Papa Murphy's.  I swear, you will NOT regret it.

O2.  Life Unexpected.  The television show.  Now, let me tell you, if you're not a teenage girl, or a teenage girl at heart, you just might not like this show.  If you do happen to be a teenage girl of some sort, this show will turn your life into heaven.  Watching this show is just so hypnotizing.  I don't want to give too much away, but it's about a girl that's been in foster care for 15 years and days before she turns 16, she finds her real parents to get emancipated from her foster home and ends up living with them instead.  Meanwhile, her birth mom is engaged to someone, (not the girl's father) and her birth dad owns a bar.  This story is just very constant and keeps you interested with every episode.  When I run out of episodes of it on Netflix, I don't know what I will do...

O3.  Carmex.  Carmex, carmex, carmex.  I love the stuff.  My whole entire life I fought and fought with chapsticks that would end up leaving that gross stuff in the corners of your mouth.  Then I found Carmex.  I always knew it was there in the drugstore, it just reminded me too much of medicine.  It's literally my best friend ever.  It never lets me down.  Never.

O4. I've been sitting here for almost 30 minutes trying to think of something else.  I guess this week will have to be a Three Fact Friday.  I promise every week from now on, I'll come up with five.  Hey, it's been a long week though, and I deserve some slack today. ;)

     Oh, and that surprise on Sunday is still coming!

     "One might say a wish is like a lottery ticket, if you don't wish, how will one ever come true?" ~ My Aunt.  I think she quoted it from somebody else, though.  Who that is, I have no idea.

     Ice cream...... on a Friday night...... cuddled in my warm bed...... watching TV.  Yes, I think I must.  Goodnight, world.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

I have a surprise.
Stay tuned until Sunday night to find out this wonderful surprise.

Friday, September 23, 2011



     To be honest, I don't have much of a life.  Which means I don't really have a lot to blog about. 
There are a few things, though!

     First of all, check out my new pictures page? It contains pictures of me and my family.  Mostly my sweet princess sister, Mo ♥ I will post every time that it's updated so you few readers will know when to check up on it again. 

     Second of all, I'm really loving facebook games.  I don't know why.  They kind of add to the fact of me not having a life, but I feel strangely satisfied when I complete goals on Farmville and Cafe World.

     Something somewhat interesting in my life is that I'm currently writing a novel.  To not give anything away, I'll only tell you that it's about a princess that falls in love with a stable boy.  I've had this huge idea simmering in my mind for years and I've tried to write about it before, so it feels so amazing to finally be writing about it.  I just adore the characters that I've come up with.  I love having a relationship with my characters, it makes them feel more real and gives me inspiration for my story.

     That's really all that's happening lately.  I'm trying to think of something else to write, but like I keep saying.  I have no life.  So I'm going to go continue with that non-existent life and play some facebook games.

     Whoever you are, readers, smile.  Your face looks better that way. :)


Saturday, September 17, 2011


I'm back!

     I apologize sincerely to my few dedicated readers for leaving!  I had some personal issues to work out and things were crazy for a while. 

Would you like a little update?

     Well, I am currently taking school online.  No, not homeschool.  I attend Electronic High School.  It's completely free and a great way to get ahead.  You take the classes at your own pace, too.  So, if you know anybody who wants to knock out a few extra credits or anybody who wants a very simple homeschool program, I seriously reccomend taking a look at EHS.

     My family is doing really well lately.  My dad has the job of his dreams, finally.  I'm so greatful for it because he's worked so hard to get here.  His job really takes care of him, too.  My mother is now a stay-at-home-mom and is doing really well with it.  She seems to enjoy it just as much.  I have to personally say that I'm impressed with all of the organizational skills she's developed to keep things taken care of.  My baby sister, Morgana, is doing just amazing as always.  She's actually got a slight cold right now, but she's still a happy little girl.  She's got two teeth so far, is a pro at crawling, can walk with help, and is currently learning to stand on her own.  I still can't believe how wonderful it is to watch a little person grow.

     Other than that, there's not too much going on.  I really can't wait to go back to school in the middle of this year and continue to work on my performing arts.

     On one last note, I'd like to update you on my blog changes.  I am currently trying out a simpler background and template, hoping that it makes my blog more of an easy read.  If you have any different or extra suggestions for changes, feel free to let me know!

     I really missed you, blogspot, and it's good to be back again.