May 10, 2013 by Musical
From the perspective of the reader, I’d imagine that you guys could get pretty upset with me for not posting often.
I try, I really do, I just can’t finish anything! I currently have sixty unfinished posts. Posts that never got their chance to shine in the spotlight.
But, to all of those posts that never thought they got a chance…Today is YOUR day.
You earned it.
“A Nice One…If The State Would Give Us Some Money…”
Ah yes. An adroit quote that came from a brilliant movie.
Hello inhabiters of Live Dangerously!
By a show of hands, who is here? *raises hand*
Just as I thought. I AM here.
On that odd note of insanity, lets move ahead of the post. Shall we?
Holes. Holes are good.
**CORECTION: Holes is good.** I know half of the readers are cringing at my bad grammar. BUT Contrary to popular belief, I am right. (What a surprise, I know. Like I’m ever wrong.)
Holes is a movie.
A great movie.
Right Show, Wrong Time.
How come this is always how it is with me and tv shows? I find a great show, watch about half of the episodes, and I realize…
THE SEASON ENDS WITHOUT WARNING.
No wrapping up loose ends of the story.
Changing The World For Preteens Everywhere
Well maybe not everywhere…but I did my best.
Research IS Important
In our generation most people *hate* to research from good sources (Or at all for that matter.). This is very odd for me, because (To an extent) I like researching. But since (As I said) most people don’t like researching, so many problems arise.
A brilliant cook who loved trying new recipes set out to find one of the best, yet unnoticed dishes on the face of the earth. This proficient cook did an unmitigated job finding it. But as he soon learned using a transcendent dish has some difficulties. This chef had a problem. The recipe he found was quite full of ingredients he had never heard of, (let alone used) before. This cook had a test, would he rise to the challenge and take care of the problem? Or would he simply leave the hard yet adroit dish, to go with a much easier and well known one? The only solid answer to this question, is to wait and see.
But since the internet has ridden all need of patience, we have no need to wait.
One might say. “The obvious answer to that ‘riddle’ is research!”
I agree with you completely. I would enjoy immensely to formulate a plan for this poor cook, and his small problem. So, if it wouldn’t bother you awfully, I shall now partake.
Mr. Cook should hop on some sort of computer in his free time. Any sort, laptop, desktop, I don’t care what sort of ‘top’ it has, all that is mandatory is internet. Get on Google, or Bing, whatever search engine that comes peaks your fancy (as long as it is reliable). Search whatever ingredient you need to learn about, and click those suggestions that came up, and you are good to go! Crisis averted. Mr. Cook now understands, about the ingredients he is working with, making the chances of his recipe being a success quite higher.
There are many other instances such as I have recently told, so hopefully, I have convinced you.
Hello fellow readers!
I have had an extremely <D-R-A-I-N-I-N-G> (emphasis on ‘draining’) week. ( I will tell you about it later.) So I thought it a brilliant idea to write a blog post, to help me unwind a bit.
I found a Polaroid 640 at a Salvation Army for 4 dollars!
Weird Pandora made my station centered around threes, for some reason.
First I heard:
Changing It Up A Bit
I’ve noticed I always start with a rant when writing a blog post. Or an excited jumble of ideas. Come to think of it, that is my blog. An Excited Jumble. ANYWAY, here is my jumble for the day.
Angry Beavers is an awesomely funny show, which is relativity old. This show is not for people who don’t like the movie Megamind, though, because it is the same humor. Kinda hard to catch, but when you’ve got the joke it is hilarious. Also, this show has a bunch of Slap-Stick. 🙂 This is clean and suitable for kids, but there are one or two that are just strange. If you happen to want to see The Angry Beavers, it is on Netflix (if you have that…). The best episode I saw was called “Daggy Dearest / Dag’s List” episode number 37. 🙂 lol.
Now is the part of the show where I start talking about something I am really excited about.
Ending NanoWriMo, And Secret Santa.:-)
You probably saw few posts ago, I was ranting about NaNoWriMo, or you saw my button on my sidebar. Either way you know what it is. Oh? You don’t? Well, I’m not going to explain it all to you again, (I’ve already advertised about it like 5 times). So check out their website, or my olden- OOH I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!! *stops writing to enjoy the wonderful music* Okay, that was awesome. Sorry about me getting a little distracted….but if you’re gonna get distracted by something, music is a good thing…Anyway, back to what I was saying.- or my olden blog posts about the subject, most of them have something ‘NaNoWriMo’ in the title. I’ll go ahead and get the web address for you…: nanowrimo.org. There it is! But anyway, I wanted to tell you about my novel. I was really disappointed at how it came out on paper, thus making me not want to write on it. But I did hit my goal. I wanted to at least get to 7,000 words. I did this, but when I started I wanted like 10,000 or something like that. Also, I’m not done with it. Next year I’ll plan better. I’ll get it next time.
CLEAN CUPS! CLEAN CUPS! New subject comin’ up! Ok, here it is. Secret Santa. Well, you don’t know what secret Santa is? What did you live under, a pebble?…er..I guess that would be rock…Anyway! Secret Santa is a Christmas game where you invite a bunch of people, (It should be in a letter or e-mail..) but say that you need them to do a little assignment first. If the person accepts your offer, write a random other guest’s address and name down and give it to the guest you are currently inviting, telling them to write a letter to the person’s address they are holding. Tell them to write 10 things about themselves in the letter, tell them not to sign it, or put a return address. Also tell them they need to make/buy a gift for the person they wrote to. Soon after, all of your guests will have a letter from some other person they don’t know. Once you have done this invite with all your friends, hold a party.
I can’t tell you how the rest of the game goes until after I get back from the party I’m going to tonight. Did I mention that it is a Secret Santa Party? Yes, it is, and I am excited. 🙂 See you tomorrow!
Awesome Music, And a Busy Day.
I’m lovin’ the first, but it is an extremely strange taste I have. I don’t think it has a proper genre, but it is with violins, and Cellos…well you’ve just gotta hear it. Thunderstruck (AC/DC) by David Garrett, play the sample. It seems to be either, you really like it, or you hate it. I like it. 🙂
Golden Zebras, White Lions, And Bunnies, Oh My!
I just saw some really crazy things on some website I was on, very strange things indeed. So, anyway, I searched on Wikipedia, and found most are true.
Meet Zoe. The White Zebra. (Probably photoshoped…)
This is (erm, uh…)…how ’bout Sherry the white lion. White lions do exist. I’m not making this up….ok, I am not sure if it’s name is Sherry…but it COULD be. (See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_lion for details.)
This is Herman a really big bunny. (See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herman_(rabbit))
On a completely different note, I wanted to tell about this website I’ve found for the fellow Homeschooled. Welcome to Homeschoolblogger
http://homeschoolblogger.com ENJOY. 🙂
Dry “Sup, Bro.”
Wet “I DO NOT LIKE YOU!”
This is why I do not like Koalas.
Dry “Sup, bro.”
Wet “Dude, I like, fell in a- eh- what’s that wet thing called? Anyway, what’s for second dinner?”
Ok, Pandas work. I like Pandas. they pass the wet test.
Dry “Oh my goodness, really?”
Wet “Not cool, dude.”
Well, they pass more than Koalas do, but, I don’t know, they’re so ugly.
Dry “Hey, person.”
Wet “Why did you do this to me? I trusted you.”
OK YOU PASS!!! TOO CUTE!!!! 😥 I’ll never give you a bath again!
Dry “Hello master. I am hun-gry.”
Wet “Oh my. I am wet. Wow, I am cold.”
Okay, so only Koalas have lost…interesting.
(I have taken none of the above photos.)
I didn’t say, or spell that wrong, I mean it. Say Happy Thanksgiving Day would be to predictable. So, as I said, Merry Thanksgiving.
Everyone has been doing a “Thankful for:” thing on facebook. So I decided, it was high time I get into this. But, just having a “Thankful for:” blog post would be just to, predictable. So, Let me see what I can do, to make it more enteresting. (Just be
Everybody Likes Chocolate
Everybody knows chocolate is bad for you, right?As Mayoclinic.com states: “Healthy chocolate sounds like a dream come true, but chocolate hasn’t gained the status of health food quite yet. Still, chocolate’s reputation is on the rise, as a growing number of studies suggest that it can be a heart-healthy choice.” Did you know that Cacao is an excellent source of antioxidants, it also reduces diabetes, stroke, and heart attacks.
So, you’ve got chocolate, but just eating it plain can get boring, so what do you do with this to make it more exciting? There are many things easy, fun, and super yummy to make with chocolate. Cookies, cake, and my personal favorite, Brownies. (As described by my wonderful mother.) “A Brownie is a Flaky, Fudgey, Square of yumminess.” You can easily bake this Square of yumminess with just 6 squares of Baker’s Unsweetened chocolate, and some other ingredients. But why describe it when you can experience it?
So, have some antioxidants. <hand her brownie>
10 Things I Love to Do
I love many things, but, I decided to condense it into a nice little blog post for you guys. 🙂
As my lord, of course I love him!
2. My Family
Yes, I know, you think I’m so indulged in my family that I had to make it second on the list. But it is one of the best things that have happened to me growing up with a “large family”.
3. The Country
No, I don’t mean music, I mean Prairie, like a big field, in nowhere. Like where I live, I just love it. When you go down the driveway to get the mail, it ends up taking about 10 minutes to get there and back to the house with the mail. I truly love it.
Ah, homeschooling. whether it’s doing schoolwork really fast so that you can play outside, or doing schoolwork in your pajamas, it is awesome.
If you know me at all you should know that I love doing photography. Maybe it’s saving memories
Green??? Green, where are you!?!?!? Not you again Brown. What have you done with Green??
Obviously, someone has “done away” with Green. Oh? You don’t know Green? Well, he’s this really awesome guy, he’s pretty, green, and just makes everything great.I miss him terribly, and what is a person to think if you haven’t seen someone in “months”, you begin to think.
I suspect Mr. Brown, he is the worst person, he is ugly (unless on a shirt, then he’s adorable.), brown, and he makes everything (well not everything as I said earlier…) bad.
TO BE CONTINUED
Top Ten Most Used English (Grammar) MissSpellings
Ah, grammar, even the word is wonderful. Yes, some would say: “Oh great, another “Grammar Nazi”, coming to give me a lecture.” Well, not exactly. Though I do love grammar, and I do love it when people use it properly, I wouldn’t virtually “yell” at you. No, I have other ways.
1. Punctuation. eg ” Oh my goooooodddnnnneeesss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is great can you get me a book
Hey all ‘yall!
Since there has been a lot of holidays lately, so, I’ve decided to make a blog post about it.
#1 Probably the most known holiday in the USA…Christmas
Christmas is one of the happiest holidays I know, not to mention the most well known. But, it does have it’s ups and downs, for instance, “How did it start?”. Well, I’ll be looking into this further in the post, for now, I think I should tell you my opinion on constructive criticism. For every thing I say to help the person do better, I complement them five times. Now, “How did it start?”, Well, as you probably know, Christmas Day is the day when we think that Jesus Christ was was born. We don’t know what exact day he was born, but nobody knows that, except for the Lord himself.
Now, Santa Claus…I’m not as into Santa as most, I was taught that Santa isn’t real, you believe what you want, but this is my opinion. “Santa Claus” is actually “St. Nicolas”, and I don’t have the time to tell you the story…so, look it up!! 🙂
Thanksgiving is a great holiday.
Today is the christmas party at church! <happy dance!> Yes I’m happy, I have a cute outfit that I’m going to wear, speaking of wearing, my sisters have made a great blog, it’s called “Sister’s Fashions” it really is a good blog. Ok then on with the program.
Picture Of The Day
This like yesterdays is a puzzle type thing, there are a few words in there, and if you find any comment them under this post and I will congratulate you. 🙂 you can only comment until the 28th wednesday.
The Quote Of The Day
The quote of the day is:
The other day I was outside with my older sister and my dad, we were moving Bunny, my cow. I was in the fince when the fince was on the cow (Bunny) was in there too. we where scratching her all over, and I guess that she had enough, because she was running around in there with me in there too.(Bunny has been getting horns for a long time now. and with horns she feels tuffer, I guess.) This was very scary,(NOBODY came to help me, they just were talking to me from the outside. like I was in a rodeo.) until I walked up to her and pushed her away, and got out. My older sister AndieBelle said “you just got powned, by a cow.” If she was in there then she would have done the same thing that I did. 😀
The Person Of The Day
The person of the day is…Dr Seuss/Theadore Geisel/Theo LeSieg
Geisel’s pen name is regularly pronounced /ˈsjuːs/ sewss, an anglicized pronunciation inconsistent with his German surname. He himself noted that it rhymed with “voice” (his own pronunciation being /ˈsɔɪs/ soyss) and Alexander Liang (his collaborator on the Dartmouth Jack-O-Lantern) wrote of him:
- You’re wrong as the deuce
- And you shouldn’t rejoice
- If you’re calling him Seuss.
- He pronounces it Soice.
Geisel switched to the anglicized pronunciation because it “evoked a figure advantageous for an author of children’s books to be associated with—Mother Goose“ and because most people used this pronunciation.
For books that Geisel wrote and others illustrated, he used the pen name“Theo LeSieg” (“LeSieg” is “Geisel” spelled backward).
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, to Theodor Robert and Henrietta (Seuss) Geisel. His father, the son of German immigrant parents, managed the family brewery and later supervised (1931–1960) Springfield’s public park system. Mulberry Street in Springfield, made famous in Dr. Seuss’ first children’s book And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street! is less than a mile southwest of his boyhood home on Fairfield Street.
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, to Theodor Robert and Henrietta (Seuss) Geisel. His father, the son of German immigrant parents, managed the family brewery and later supervised (1931–1960) Springfield’s public park system. Mulberry Street in Springfield, made famous in Dr. Seuss’ first children’s book And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street!is less than a mile southwest of his boyhood home on Fairfield Street.
Geisel died of throat cancer on September 24, 1991, after several years of poor health, in San Diego, California. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered. On December 1, 1995, four years after his death, UCSD‘s University Library Building was renamed Geisel Library in honor of Geisel and Audrey for the generous contributions they made to the library and their devotion to improving literacy.
While living in La Jolla, the United States Postal Service and others frequently confused Geisel with another La Jolla resident, Dr. Hans Suess. Their names have been linked together posthumously: the personal papers of Hans Suess are housed in the Geisel Library at UC San Diego.
In 2002, the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden opened in his birthplace of Springfield, Massachusetts; it features sculptures of Geisel and of many of his characters. On May 28, 2008, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver announced that Geisel would be inducted into the California Hall of Fame, located at The California Museum for History, Women and the Arts. The induction ceremony took place December 15 and his widow Audrey accepted the honor in his place. On March 2, 2009, the web search engine Google temporarily changed its logo to commemorate Geisel’s birthday (a practice it often follows for various holidays and events). At his alma mater, Dartmouth, where over 90% of incoming first-year students participate in pre-registration Dartmouth Outing Club trips into the New Hampshire wilderness, it is traditional for students returning from the trips to overnight at Dartmouth’s Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, where they are served green eggs and ham for breakfast in honor of Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss’s honors include two Academy awards, two Emmy awards, a Peabody award, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal, and the Pulitzer Prize.
Again this artical was copyed from the website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Seuss.
The Proverb Of The Day
5 let the wise listen and add to their learning,
and let the discerning get guidance—
6 for understanding proverbs and parables,
the sayings and riddles of the wise.[a]
7 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge,
but fools[b]despise wisdom and instruction.
Prologue: Exhortations to Embrace Wisdom
Warning Against the Invitation of Sinful Men
8 Listen, my son, to your father’s instruction
and do not forsake your mother’s teaching.
9 They are a garland to grace your head
and a chain to adorn your neck.
10 My son, if sinful men entice you,
do not give in to them.
Last of all…
Recipe Of The Day
I just wanted to post somthing, so….I did 🙂 but…I didn’t figure out what to say first…so how about a picture while I figure out what to say.
These are pictures that I took of my sibs (or most of them anyway). So since I can’t find any thing to talk about that happened today I will now talk about what happend this week (or last week I guess 🙂 ) Monday nothing much, Tuesday nothing much also, Wedsday nothing, Thursday was art and speech, Friday nothing, Sat a lot happend we went (my old older sister) to sell coupon books we got about 50 somthing dollars while we were there we stoped at our best friends house, and my sis droped me off and she went and sold books, I had a great time. most of the time I was outside with the girls, then we went inside and played. but then my older sis came back and picked me up, and then we went home and Sunday we did not do very much, but as for today not much has happened but this week is a busy one (or planned to be ), today Mama and Daddy go on a date, and us kids go get ice cream yum! Tuesday not much, Wensday Mama has a group thing, and Thursday us three older girls go to speech and debate and and then art class , then Friday I don’t realy know but somthings going on, Saturday I don’t know that much stuff thats going on, Sunday church, but that week is still going to be REALY busy. New subject! the kittens are realy cute!!. they’re names are Pigeon (Pige), Tuck (Tuck sido), Sarah, Puppy (Pup), Atila (Tila), and Wiskers the mama. ok this post is getting a little long so I will stop with a picture of the kittens. 😀
Okie dokie! G-bye!
“have fun stormin’ the castle!”
Okay, well I’m done with that… I hope you all enjoyed that. I copyed and pasted A LOT. 🙂 Those were unfinished posts all the way back to 2011.
Now let us get back to today.
Good ‘ol Freddie. 🙂 ahhh.
Today I am going to a Student Counsel Election. I hope to be elected as a Member at Large.
For now, I must go.
Keep being crazy, but also live dangerously, and eat your veggies.