Rainbow Swirly Tree

So today, I went to my best friends’ house. Sorry, I didn’t get any pictures, but we basically played Webkinz and American Girl the whole time, and talked about school and Percy Jackson.

But we also did an art project. A “rainbow swirly tree”. See, my friends’ mom is very artsy-craftsy-like, so when my sister and I go over, we often come home with new art. Not usually good art, but art nevertheless.

So I am revealing my uselessness at art by showing you a picture of the finished result. Here goes nothing…


No, that’s not your imagination. My artwork and skills are just that bad.

It was supposed to be a beautiful sunset with a tree silhouetted by the setting sun, but no. Mine turned into a… a blob. Of disgustingly blended colors.

But enough insulting my revolting artwork. If you want to make a rainbow swirly tree for yourself, the link’s here. Knock yourselves out.

Later! I should be doing homework right now, but instead I’m holed up in my room showing you guys my disgusting artwork.


Hunger Games Movie Review

Hey guys! Today I’m going to be reviewing the movie The Hunger Games. Before I start, let me tell you that I am a complete Hunger Games fangirl and love it to death, so bear with me if I start fangirling all over the place. Also, there may be major spoilers in here, so I’ll include a break.

Also, I don’t watch very many movies, so you won’t see very many of these movie reviews. Just so you know.

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My Pets

If you guys read my about page, you’ll know that I love animals. My family and I love them so much, we have 3 pets. I love them with all of my heart. They are AWESOME!

First of all, we have Suki.


Suki is the cat I picked out for the family. He’s an American Bobtail (you can’t tell by the picture, but his tail is a stub), but his tail has grown considerably since we’ve adopted him. He’s currently 4 years old (his birthday is May 17) and livelier than ever. He is a feisty one, and likes to nibble at people’s fingers, toes, and any other unprotected skin. He can spook our dog more than our dog can spook him, and he’s generally awesome.


Here’s a picture that shows off his stubbly tail, featuring my mom’s lone sandal.

Next up, we have Lucy.


Lucy is the cat my sister picked out for the family. She’s a tabby cat, but I don’t know what breed she is exactly. She is also currently 4 years old, as she and Suki are littermates. She is more timid than Suki, until she warms up to you. When she hears the doorbell ring, she will dash off to hide in my parents’ room, under the bed, or in the closet, or somewhere where no one will find her. But once she warms up to you, or if you’re staying overnight, she will let you pet her and love her. She is also a LOT more vocal than Suki. If she wants attention, or is hungry, or just wants to say “hello”, she will meow at you, loudly.


She’s adorable, isn’t she?

And last, but certainly not least, we have Lizzie.


Lizzie is the dog my mom picked out for the family. She’s a Beagle, and has a great sense of smell (meaning that she has to be wearing a leash at all times or she will take off running after smells). She is currently 4 years old (her birthday is August 1). She is a crazy lunatic! Food is her only motivation, but she also loves to take walks because it means more smells! My mom tries to run around our neighborhood with her every day, so that she and Lizzie can get some exercise. Other than eating and walking, Lizzie can be found sleeping, chewing up her blankets, playing outside, and eating some more. She is afraid of driving and the ocean, so we’re never able to take her to the beach wih us, which is sad. But she’s a sweet dog nevertheless.


An old picture showcasing the lazy lumps that Lizzie and I are.

So yeah! Those are my pets! I hope you enjoyed learning about them and their awesomeness.