Today’s Daily Prompt is about unplugging and taking a break from technology. Sometimes it’s important to take a break from technology. I remember senior year, Mrs. D (she was my AP Lit teacher) had us do a project where we gave up technology for…I think 24 hours, or maybe a weekend, something like that. If… Continue reading Unplugged
In addition to my Remember the Time Blog Hop, which I am quite enjoying (if you haven’t read these, they’re pretty good if I do say so myself), I think I want to start posting in the Idiot of the Week Blog Hop. The goal of this one is just to complain and amuse ourselves… Continue reading Misspelling is Taboo
In an attempt to meet my goal I plan to participate in a thing called a Blog Event. The first one I’m gonna try is called remember the Time Blog Hop. The premise is that once a week, they will post a topic and we will have time to write a post and then share… Continue reading Roadtrip to Florida!
As some of you know, I am now a sophomore in college. I am currently working for the school as an RA (and I love it. I told Dad that I’m just going to be an RA forever.). But I am still undecided as far as my major and future go. I am currently taking… Continue reading The Future of My Blog
Switched at Birth: ASL Episode I am very lucky to have the opportunity to go to a wonderful school and take American Sign Language as my foreign language. As I’ve mentioned before, I think, in class, we aren’t allowed to talk because our teacher can’t understand us and that’s considered disrespectful. I also watch Switched at Birth on ABC… Continue reading Switched At Birth
Another good one. The characters are all very strong. Though it is set in high school, I feel like the movie touched on a lot of issues that everyone has all their lives. The music was unique. Good though. Though I liked her character, I couldn’t get over Emma Watson’s hair cut. Typical girl issue,… Continue reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Last night a group of friends and I went to see The House at the End of the Street with Jennifer Lawrence. It was pretty good. Not a horror film by any means. It qualifies as a thriller. It was kinda predictable in the actions the characters take. There was a few pretty crazy twists though.… Continue reading The House at the End of the Street