You may not understand why I like to listen to songs while writing stories and doing studies. You may not understand how hearing someone hitting high notes and singing helps me concentrate on what I'm doing, but it does. So don't judge me and tell me I'm wrong and silly for it. You may not … Continue reading Don’t Judge Me
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The beloved Baby Shark has been brutally tortured and subsequentially murdered at the cold and ruthless hands of myself and my younger siblings. You can watch us singing it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLrcw2FB7Uc
Utterly true and convicting post for everyone to read! Made me rethink a few things about myself and my life, too.
Today’s teenagers are fed a steady mantra. “You’re just teens, what can you do?” “That’s too ambitious, why don’t you aim a little lower?” Personally, I’m sick of hearing it, whether from those close to me or even people that hardly know me. For some reason, we are classified as children with the bodies of adults.
Actually, that classification isn’t far off.
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When I can't think of anything to write, I love to listen to music! Even while doing chores and studies and such - I tend to listen to music pretty much all day. And I love to listen to a whole range of artists, too. My favs are Miracle of Sound, Imagine Dragons, Fall Out Boy, … Continue reading My Music
If you like someone and want to tell them, just go up to them, call or text them and say "Look, I really like you" or ask them out on a date. Do NOT push them into a wall and whisper in an angry growl "You're mine". I'm sorry, but no. That is creepy and … Continue reading What NOT To Do When Trying To Win A Woman’s Heart
A very thought provoking and powerful poem that is very relevant for ALL of us.
This poem came to my mind recently. It’s a great one with powerful truths.
If Jesus Came To Your House ~ Written 1956
If Jesus came to your house to spend a day or two –
If He came unexpectedly, I wonder what you’d do.
Oh, I know you’d give your nicest room to such an honored Guest,
And all the food you’d serve to Him would be the very best,
And you would keep assuring Him you’re glad to have him there –
That serving Him in your own home is joy beyond compare.
But when you saw Him coming, would you meet Him at the door
With arms outstretched in welcome to your heavenly Visitor?
Or would you have to change your clothes before you let Him in?
Or hide some magazines and put the Bible where they’d been?
Would you turn off the radio and hope He…
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This is the final reminder of a Reader Request I am doing as the deadline for being able to ask me any questions you want is in two days time.
If you haven’t yet and wanna ask me questions or have simply missed it, you can go to this post here and comment with your questions. Or simply ask them in the comment section for this post.
This is your final reminder.
I'm sure all of us bloggers are now aware that WordPress is making it compulsory that from June 1st and onwards we will have to use the new editor. They had brought it out some time last year if my memory serves, but left it optional and I personally opted to use the old editor … Continue reading The New WP Editor
Me and J-M’s History Corner sung “Show Yourself” (With comic interruptions from a couple of our brothers)
So, being a huge Disney fan (and an unapologetic Frozen fan – not going to lie, I was basically jumping up and down when going to watch Frozen 2 in theaters), I accepted the challenge!
Now, I’ve been doing singing videos for a little while now – having done I Will Survive, Let It Go, and His Cheeseburger – so, you all know that I can’t sing very well, so don’t expect anything that remotely competes with Elsa!!!! If I really had improved with my singing in His Cheeseburger like people have been telling me, I’ve backslid terribly with my singing in Show Yourself.
I sung this with my brother and fellow blogger J-M’s History Corner. Another one of my brothers – Zac…
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