Saturday, October 12, 2013

Saturday: Six Things In My Mediocre Life

1. So I haven't been here in a while. Hello. Now at least I can stop saying my blog is "dormant" on YouTube, right? Anyways, I am working on being more active on YouTube. You will hopefully see some more book discussions, tags, hauls, and vlogs very soon.
2. I have another new song called "These Are the Things" on my album, Wonderland. It is about things I believe in.
3. I recently became a Percy Jackson fan!!!!!! OMG next post, I will show you all of the PJO things I made so far! I will add as the list gets longer. Trust me it will :)
4. I got to hang out with my friend TRICIA this week!!!! I probably bored her to death talking about Percy. I just can't help talking about him.
5. I also got to hang out with my friend BRANDI yesterday!!!!! I'm forcing her to read the books :)
6. Homeschooling is going pretty well :D

Sorry this wasn't as long a post as usual. I must get back to book talking :)

Thursday, October 10, 2013

I Heart Katytastic from YouTube

Dear Imaginary Friends,
     I just wanted to give some recognition to Kat from katytastic on YouTube! She has many other awesome videos as well, so you should look her up on YouTube! Also, use your imaginary accounts to subscribe to her channel. She's pretty awesome :) She has great suggestions for books to read in this video!
P.S. Thanks for being patient with me. I know I haven't been using my imagination a lot, and that was pretty inconsiderate of me to just forget about you guys and stop posting on my blog for so long.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Saturday: Six Events In My Suddenly Eventful Life

1. I am writing a book. A different book than the stupid one I started, like, a year ago. This one is actually kind of interesting. I really hope there isn't already a book sort of like it. It isn't realistic fiction or fantasy, where you can have some of the same plot lines as other books, because they are generic. I am attempting to write an original dystopian novel. I swear they have every possible alternate society out there, so it was kind of hard to create my own. Like I said, I really hope no one else thought of this, because it's pretty cool. Anyway, I will have more info to share when I get further along. For now, know that it is dystopian, and it isn't based off of the Hunger Games. If there are any similarities to anything I've read, Matched is probably the closest thing, and even that is a long shot.

2. I wrote two more songs. One is called "Goodbye," and one is called "Delusional." I now have five songs for Wonderland: "Wonderland" (duh), "Fools", "Anything", "Goodbye", and "Delusional".

3. I am currently being home schooled through the WAY program. That's fun.

4. I HAVE A PET FISH!!!!!!!!! His name is Jelly and he is a black molly and Katherine gave him to me! I have to get an aquarium vacuum and more filter cartridges or something tomorrow, and I am also adding a new fish to the tank :) A female silver lyre tail molly. I will name her Sileny, because that is a cool name and also the name of my book's main character.

5. I haven't been reading much lately :( I have friends all of a sudden and they want to hang out with me! It doesn't really leave much time for books :( Is my addiction broken??? Probably not. Once fall hits and everyone else is back in school, I know that I will be reading at least a book a day.

6. My sleep schedule is totally whacked out crazy! I told my dad I would mow the lawn in the morning as soon as I woke up. I mowed the lawn at 4:00 PM. It's probably unhealthy. I'm so glad I'm not in real school.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Sunday: Six Events In My Very Boring Life

1. I wrote another song. It is called "Anything." So now the track list reads: "Wonderland," Love Like That," "Fools," and "Anything." I have until I'm almost nineteen to complete this, so I think I may have a significantly larger mount of songs on this album.

2. School is almost out. HOORAY! Hopefully that means I will soon have more time to read and post.

3. I have decided to do the 100 book challenge. I hope I can accomplish this. I lagged behind because I was very busy with school, so it is May 12th and I have only read seventeen books. I feel pathetic. Now I must read 9-11 books each month to accomplish my goal. I have it all planned out. I can do this.

4. Did I mention that I have like... a million more videos up on Youtube? I took most of the not-book-related videos down, but they were replaced and surpassed by many more book videos. I have 34 videos and 3 subscribers. All of which I know personally. I had others whom I did not know, but both of their accounts got deleted so....

5. I walked 9 miles today. WOOHOO! My parents are motivating me to get out of the house and walk, so they are paying me a dollar for every mile I walk. I'm not sure if they realize this, but they may very well go bankrupt by the end of the summer. I will go to great lengths to fund my book buying habits. They don't realize that they will be supplying me with drug money. Drugs for the soul.

6. The rest of the books I'll be reading in May include: Linger, Forever, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, Wake, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, The Silver Linings Playbook, Going Too Far, and Forget you.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

My Addictions

     It has taken me some time, but I have finally admitted something to myself. I am an addict. Over the years, my addiction has become more and more obvious. It started with hiding from friends and family, then I became indebted to my parents, and now my grades are slipping and I can ignore it no longer.
     As unhealthy as my addiction is, I cannot bring myself to change my ways. I have become attached to this dark side of myself, and I fear I will never get better. I thought maybe admitting this on the internet would motivate me to get clean, but typing this out now, I know that I may never change. But I realized that it is my duty to help keep others from wandering down this dark and dangerous path that is my addiction. So here are the signs that you are turning into an addict. Well, a book addict.

      1. You ignore your friends' invites to hang out so that you can either stay home or hide out somewhere to read.You may even make up an excuse to escape their attentions.

     2. Any time you go to a store, you search the aisles for a book section, even in Home Depot, where you know not a single book resides.

     3. When you go to a store that does sell books, you immediately seek the shelves, even when you have absolutely no money and you already know every book the shelves contain.

     4. You borrow money from your parents to fund your reading expenditures.

     5. You buy books from series that don't currently occupy your shelves, even though you own a plethora of books that you haven't even read yet, and if anything, you should be buying the books that complete the series currently on your shelves.

     6. You stay up until ungodly hours of the morning to finish a book.

     7. Last but not least, you shirk your duties to read, such as schoolwork or "real world" work. (This is usually the final stage of the addiction. It can't get much worse than this.)

     I hope I could be of service to the rest of my readers out there. I merely wish to prevent you from falling down the slippery slope of reading induced self-destruction.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

My Recent Obsession

     Oh my Glob! Veronica Roth is probably my new favorite author! Divergent and Insurgent were A-mazing! I love Four and Tris! If you have read Divergent, go here: Divergent by Veronica Roth- My Review and watch the video. My Insurgent review should be up soon as well. Some people probably think I am conceited now, because I said I was smart, but I assure you, I was merely joking. Anyways, these are for sure two books that anyone would stay up all night reading! I did. Actually, I didn't have to stay up all night reading Divergent because I read it all in one day. One school day, no less.
     I had an ordered list of certain books to read. The list went: Torment by Lauren Kate (check), Passion by Lauren Kate (check {Rapture would have been next but I didn't have the money for it at the time}), The Host by Stephenie Meyer (check, and I saw the movie shortly after), Divergent by Veronica Roth (check, obviously), Iron King by Julie Kagawa, Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare, City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (I'd be rereading this), Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer (another reread I haven't done yet), and Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. My intentions were to stick to this list NO MATTER WHAT! However, after I read Divergent, I was like, "Screw the List, I have to read Insurgent!" So I hurried and ordered it with my next paycheck. I would have read it so much faster if not for the fact that I was so busy when I got it, and then I supposedly had a bad attitude, so my heartless mother took it away right when I was in the middle of a suspenseful part. UGGHHHH! Anyway, when I finally got my book back, my mother had to work that night. My father, bless his heart, is entirely oblivious to my devious endeavors. He asked for my computer, my kindle, and my book, obviously. My father doesn't really pay attention to the books I read, so I hid Insurgent under my mattress and handed over Clockwork Princess instead, because it is hardcover and relatively the same size. I wrote a similar story a while ago about how I managed to read the Hunger Games trilogy behind my parents' backs.You should read it so you can use my strategies to your advantage if your parents are joy-shunning tyrants like mine... Just kidding! I love my parents. I just hate their punishments. I didn't feel as much like a magician as I did before, though, because honestly, my father doesn't care all that much. Seriously, I read until 3 AM with my floor lamp on... The sad thing is that I don't even really feel bad about my trickery. I feel powerful and clever. I'm sure all of this is sharpening a useful skill that I will be in dire need of in the future. Yes, that is how I justify it. Plus, it's not really hurting anyone, right?
                                    Happy Reading!

Monday, March 25, 2013

I Started This On Sunday, But Now It's Monday: Six Events In My Boring Life That I'm Posting Late

1. My Youtube channel is coming along nicely. I have several new videos up about books (yay!), and I'm coming up with other things to do that are somewhat more fun than regular vlogging.

2. I terminated a poisonous friendship. That was a really big relief! (Turns out that it's not quite over in her mind though... Urrrgh!)

3. I hung out with my best friend Katherine this weekend! This should've been first, it was the highlight of the week.

4. Katherine and I saw Jack the Giant Slayer! It was really, really, really goooooood!!!!!! NICHOLAS HOULT!!!!!

5.Spring break is almost here! Woohoo! Hopefully, I'm going to Six Flags with Katherine!

6. Not long until I'm a senior! Yeah, sorry... The events definitely hold up to their namesake- boring.

Monday, March 18, 2013

What's Wrong With Me??

     Why can't I ever buckle down and do my homework? It's not always homework, it's chores, too. I always have something better to do. Like right now, I should really be working on the homework that my teachers gave me to catch up on, but no, I'm sitting here writing about what I should be doing. I'm so lame. The main reason that I don't want to do my homework right now is that I want to read. Why aren't I reading, you might ask? My mom took away my books... I hate it when she does that. I know exactly where they are. I just can't get them because she is RIGHT there, and even if I could get them, I have nowhere to hide them when she comes in my room. Really sucks for me that I cleaned my room. On a normal day, I could just toss it on the floor, and it would go unnoticed. My mom could just walk in and be totally oblivious to it, because there's a plethora of other things already on the floor. You wouldn't even know that there was a floor. So much stuff... Now if she came in and I tried hiding my book by throwing it on the floor, I might as well just stick it in a display case with flashing arrows pointing to it, and a sign on top that says: "Look, Mom! I sneaked into your room and stole my books back!" Maybe there would even be a built in speaker. That's how clean my room is. The only plausible place to hide my books is on my bookshelf. I wouldn't have enough time to save my spot, close the book, run across my room, stick the book in the correct location on my bookshelf in alphabetical  order by author's last name, run back to my bed, get my heart rate down, and look like I was doing my homework all along before my mom got to my room. Maybe I could hide the book in my pillows... For now, I think I'd better just get to work.
                                                              Happy Reading!

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Fallen by Lauren Kate- Video Review!

     Here is the link to my video review:

March Wish List

     I've recently noticed that when I get money, I rarely actually buy the books on my wishlists. The only one I can think of is Good Oil, from my August wishlist, which actually has a different name for some reason: Love, and Other Perishable Items. So now, I shall put three books that I will for sure buy in the future.
The sky is dark with wings . . . .

Like sand in an hourglass, time is running out for Luce and Daniel. To stop Lucifer from erasing the past they must find the place where the angels fell to earth. Dark forces are after them, and Daniel doesn’t know if he can do this—live only to lose Luce again and again.

Yet together they will face an epic battle that will end with lifeless bodies . . . and angel dust. Great sacrifices are made. Hearts are destroyed. And suddenly Luce knows what must happen.

For she was meant to be with someone other than Daniel. The curse they’ve borne has always and only been about her—and the love she cast aside. The choice she makes now will be the only one that truly matters.

In the fight for Luce, who will win?

The astonishing conclusion to the FALLEN series. Heaven can’t wait any longer.

Cassia’s journey began with an error, a momentary glitch in the otherwise perfect fa├žade of the Society. After crossing canyons to break free, she waits, silk and paper smuggled against her skin, ready for the final chapter.

The wait is over.

One young woman has raged against those who threaten to keep away what matters most—family, love, choice. Her quiet revolution is about to explode into full-scale rebellion.

With exquisite prose, the emotionally gripping conclusion to the international–bestselling Matched trilogy returns Cassia, Ky, and Xander to the Society to save the one thing they have been denied for so long, the power to choose.
Nora and Patch thought their troubles were behind them. Hank is gone and they should be able to put his ugly vendetta to rest. But in Hank's absence, Nora has become the unwitting head of the Nephilim and must finish what Hank began. Which ultimately means destroying the fallen angels - destroying Patch.

Nora will never let that happen, so she and Patch make a plan: lead everyone to believe they have broken up, and work the system from the inside. Nora will convince the Nephilim that they are making a mistake in fighting the fallen angels, and Patch will find out everything he can from the opposing side. They will end this war before it can even begin.

But the best-laid plans often go awry. Nora is put through the paces in her new role and finds herself drawn to an addictive power she never anticipated.

As the battle lines are drawn, Nora and Patch must confront the differences that have always been between them and either choose to ignore them or let them destroy the love they have always fought for

Saturday! Six More Events in My Boring Life

1. I FINALLY reviewed a book on Youtube!! Fallen by Lauren Kate!! I'll post the video in another post.

2. If I can get 50 comments on any of my posts or videos, I will start giving things away. These could include books and other paraphernalia related to books. If you like free things, start commenting!

3. Summer cannot come soon enough for me. I am so depressed! There is way too much snow!!!!! White and wet everywhere! This is NOT okay! I wish I lived in Florida. Or at least Ireland so I could be preoccupied with everyone's amazing accent.

4. I had to clean my room so that I could empty my desk and move it out of my room. This was to make room for........ TWO NEW BOOKSHELVES THAT I HAVE YET TO BUY!!!!!! :D The one bookshelf that I currently have is about to explode. I haven't a millimeter of room left on that poor soul. The paycheck after the one I get this week will pay for them! :)

5.  I made up a joke! What did Margaret get for her 75th surprise birthday? A heart attack! :D

6. Are you as excited as I am for the Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie?? Oh my gosh! I loooove Jamie as Jace. I expected someone younger and smaller to play Clary. I hope Lily Collins does a good job. That is all for now. Clearly my life IS really boring at the moment.
                           Happy Reading!

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Going Overboard

I should be finishing my art project now, but instead, I'm doing this. So, I went to Walmart today, and I'm going to be in aerobics next semester, so I got some athletic wear for class. No, I didn't get some, I got a closet full. I bought three pairs of yoga pants, two pairs of athletic leggings, a short sleeved athletic shirt, a long sleeved athletic shirt, both stay dry material, five sports bras, and a pair of athletic shoes. I am going to be the envy of the class. Haha! I'm definitely the type of person who likes to go overboard. One time, I was on a health kick, and I went out and bought like, $200 worth of organic healthy fresh foods. I cooked healthy meals for maybe, like, three days, exercised for two, drank lots of water for five, then went back to eating super unhealthy convenient food. I am bad at sticking to things. Luckily this is a semester class with my best friend, so I can't give up. It's impossible. I CAN, however, cheat. Like, not really push myself, and walk when the teacher isn't looking. So wish me luck. I'm wearing some of my new clothes now, and I feel really springy. I'm going to go for a jog maybe when my project is cooking.

Monday, January 14, 2013

And I Thought I Was Doing So Well...

Several hours later, I'm still working on the same assignment. I got several long written responses finished though, so I give myself credit for that. I'm going to continue to post until I have to leave and get ready for school. I'm a wreck. I'm about to make coffee or something. I've been guzzling down bottles of fresh, lemony, sugar-free fizzy drink. Ha ha! British for a second. Anyways, it's actually sparkling water, so, yeah. I'm listening to a lot of upbeat, happy music, but I'm slipping slowly slipping into zombie mode. Luckily, when I'm in zombie mode, it's like I'm on autopilot. Hence, I still manage to finish my work, somehow. Actually, I finish it faster usually. Hmm... Maybe I should let myself go... He he. Well my teachers are all crazy. OOH! Update on Wonderland. So far, I have three songs. "Wonderland", "Love Like That", and "Fools". My favorite is "Fools" because it's about me again. That sounds weird.. But the other two aren't exactly autobiographical. It's about the cute, distracting guy in my art class that I mentioned earlier. I'm glad I can be so bold on the internet at 4:30 AM, because he will never ever read my blog. If I was in my "right" mind, I would stress about the fact that my friends who know about my blog could tell him and direct him this way. But Hakuna Matata. No worries for the rest of my days. The dark hours have a way of placating my mind. Feast your eyes now, though, because this post will most likely be edited, along with the other one that mentioned him, tomorrow at some point. Oh, another thing. I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow. My back is soooo screwed up. So wish me luck. I'll be back sometime in the next our. I'm out.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Book Challenge Again.

So, two minutes later, no homework done, and I'm writing another post. I entered another book challenge. I have to read six books by the end of January. So here are mine
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater finished January 2nd
Hopeless by Colleen Hoover- No progress whatsoever
Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel- No progress, and I don't even know what it's about
Nine Lives of Chloe King by Liz Braswell- 7% finished
Your Guardian Angel by Skyla Madi- Not started

And then The author that's new to me
Wake by Amanda Hocking. But I'm changing that to Love and Other Perishable Items by Laura Buzo, because I had wanted to read that forever, but I thought it was called Good Oil, not that, so I just now figured it out and bought it. The rational human being would think, "Oh, this book looks really cute! Why isn't it available in the US??? Hmm, well there's another book by this author that is available. I'll check and see if THAT looks any good." And then I would've seen that it had the same blurb about it that Good Oil did, and I would've realized that, Hey! It was just published under a different title here! How funny! Anyways, my point is that I could've read it a lot sooner, but I had to be stupid and not look at Buzo's other book. But I finished it in one day, and she IS a new author to me, so I think I'm going to replace Wake with Love and Other Perishable Items. I don't think I'll have time for a seventh book.

Still Workin'

So, I did approximately two questions on my anatomy homework since the last post. I'm feeling pretty proud of myself. I wish I could just turn off the rest of my computer besides the informative part of Google, which I can use to finish my homework faster. But I can't do that. So I continue to procrastinate. It is 1:17 AM. I'm going to die tomorrow. I really need to finish this stuff. I already decided to pull an all-nighter. If I'm going, I better go all the way. Once I fall asleep, there's no turning back. I sometimes think I can take an "hour power nap" It turns into me falling into hibernation with no hope of even waking up for school in the morning. I've done this before. There's no doubt that I won't be at all cognizant tomorrow. It's a fact I have to accept. I am now turning on cheerful upbeat music to fuel my brain. It's going to be a long night...

Pulling an All-Nighter to Finish Homework and Study for exams

     So, if I didn't say this before, I am the biggest procrastinator ever. Like, EVER. Anyways, instead of finishing all of my homework and going to bed, like I should, I'm going to write a most likely very lengthy post about how I'm staying up all night to finish my homework. Good plan. So, I have a butt-load of Anatomy homework to finish, and I'm Googling all of the answers, of course. I always let other people do all of my work for me. Luckily, I already finished my English homework. Mostly because My English teacher is my FAVORITE teacher, and I don't want him to think any worse of me than he already must. Even though apparently I'm his favorite student. I don't know how that happened. I have a C+. You'd think that people with bad grades are automatically on their teacher's bad side. Not me. I'm still his favorite. Then I have some World History homework. Then a ton of Algebra 2 homework to finish, which should be easy because I think all of the answers are online. Then, I have to study for my Nervous System test that I have tomorrow, along with studying for the Final Exam in that class. Good grief. Oh, and to top it all off, I have two ART projects to do at home, because there's a cute, distracting guy in my freaking class and I hardly got anything done all semester. So, now I'm going to have to make a butt-load of salt dough, build, bake, and paint a totem pole of my own design, and turn that in instead of the clay one that I was supposed to make. But I'm in sculpture, not ceramics, so I guess it's okay to use other materials besides clay. And, I have to make a little house and habitat out of outdoors items. What a fun night I'm having. I think I'll put the house off a little. It'd be extremely impressive if I could finish a salt dough project and paint it and turn it in tomorrow. Then I could turn in the house thing on Exam Day. You know, I should really get to that. But I'm perfectly content telling all of you about it, so, I'm good. Just kidding. I'm out.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Saturday! Six Events In My Boring Life.

1. I turned seventeen seven days ago!
2. I finished my album, Broken Mirror, about a month ago. Now I am working on my next album, Wonderland, as I am obsessed with Alice in Wonderland. I incorporated it into one of my songs, titled the song "Wonderland", and then titled the album that. I'm planning for most of the songs to be cute and happy and unique. That way it will hopefully be deserving of its title, because that's the kind of atmosphere I picture in Wonderland. The reason that my first album is titled Broken Mirror is because a) It was the first song I wrote, b) I thought it was a powerful title, and c) it encompasses the insecurity that lives in between the lines of all of the songs on that album. Most of the songs were sad or contained heavy material. They were all connected to things in my life, except "For Daisy", which I was inspired to write after reading The Great Gatsby. But I did read that book, so it still connects to me in that way. But they all had insecurity hidden in them, sometimes more obvious than others. It includes songs about the boys I was never good enough for, and the one who used me, there is a song about suicide, one about eating disorders, another about my brother who I thought I would never get back, a letter to my possible future daughter telling her not to be anything like myself, and one about God, which I guess doesn't completely fit on the album, as there isn't anything having to do with insecurity in it. Whew, talk about a run on sentence! If I weren't so lazy, I would use semicolons. Well, that's all about that.
3. I have midterms next week D: I am so not ready.
4. The reason that I am so not ready for the midterms is that I missed three days of school this week, the week of prep, because I had the flu. still have it, actually. Apparently there's a flu going around where you have the symptoms for a few days, then you start to feel better for a couple days, then BAM! It comes back worse than before, lasts longer, and apparently killed some people including teenagers. as you can guess, I felt a lot better yesterday. But now, I have the extreme nausea, building fever, headache, and pain everywhere. It sucks. I probably shouldn't be using my computer, because I might give it a virus! Haha! I try... Anyways, so I've had a pretty crappy week. And now I'm going to fail all of my classes. Including art. That does NOT look good on college applications. ESPECIALLY when you want to go into the artistic feild, like myself. I may have to puke my way through exams... and I have emetophobia, the fear of vomiting. I FREAK OUT when I puke. I haven't allowed myself to do that in four years. It takes a lot of willpower and involuntary muscle control. Just kidding. But seriously, I have no idea how I've managed to keep everything down for so long. Well this is getting gross... Next subject.
5. I am sad to inform you that the book has fallen to the wayside for now. I am way too busy to write a book, do schoolwork, keep a steady job, AND write songs (actually, writing good songs only takes about fifteen to twenty five minutes for me.) all of the time. Also, I will most likely change some of the subject matter, including the blurb I posted. It seems extremely unrealistic, now that I am a year older and no longer believe in friendships like the one I created between Alice and Darik. I wanted to create the perfect forever guy friend that I never had, and I got carried away. So, that will change, and I probably won't get back to the book until summer, and then I'll write like crazy.
6. As I mentioned above, I have a job! I make my own money now! My friend makes fun of me because I'm not on a payroll and I don't have to pay income tax yet. I personally like the fact that he's just jealous that I make more money than him per week, he has more hours, even, and I get to keep all of it whereas he owes some to the government. This is why he says I don't have a real job. But we actually have the same political beliefs, and with what the government is doing with our taxes, he agrees with me that we don't owe the government crap! I certainly don't want my money going to the lazy people who won't get off their arses and get a freaking job! I understand that there are people trying, and that there are people who have disabilities. I'll gladly pay for them. But did you know that most people on welfare have no intentions of ever having to work. In the future, If 60% of my hard earned paycheck is going to those lazy people, what's the point of even working? Maybe everyone should go on welfare. Let's see how that friggin' works. ERGGGHHH!! I also don't want to pay for government programs that I don't believe in. I think it might be illegal to put down the president of the US on a public website unless you're paparazzi and that's all you do, but I'll take my chances. Most of the paparazzi are extremely liberal though, so they most likely don't do that. Seriously though, this is not libel. It's just the truth: Obama is doing a really crappy job with our country. We are being dragged through the mud by him. I have no idea how he's brainwashed everyone into thinking that he's the most compassionate president we've ever had, and the most "real". Okay, am I the only one who heard what happened in Libya? And he refused to continue our strong connection with Israel. He makes me sick. Oh, and the "real" part? Apparently he does stuff like play basketball and rap and other stuff, or that's what my friend told me. Our country's economy is in the toilet. He should really be working on pulling us out of the mess we're currently in rather than shooting hoops and dropping beats. Sorry, political rant. I'm a hothead. Anyways, I tutor the kids across the street in English. That's right, no gas money spent on getting to work either! So I guess my friend has a lot of reasons to be jealous. Haha!
                     Savannah out.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Monthly Wish List!

Sooo, for January, My wish list consists of  one book.

1. Golden by Jessi Kirby

    Seventeen-year-old Parker Frost may be a distant relative of Robert Frost, but she has never taken the road less traveled. Valedictorian and quintessential good girl, she’s about to graduate high school without ever having kissed her crush or broken the rules. So when fate drops a mystery in her lap—one that might be the key to uncovering the truth behind a town tragedy, she decides to take a chance.

Long Time, No See

Sooooo, It's been a while. I had a lot going on, with school and such. I've been sick for the last four days and tomorrow I will be going back to school. i've been watching a lot of Adventure Time... My birthday was Saturday, and I got a DVD of episodes from my friend! :D This is soo random. Okay, so sorry I've been gone for so long, and now I'm going to make some more organized posts :)