Tuesday, August 28, 2007


Wow... Disneyland...

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Club Penguin

I have found the world of multi-user dimensions.

In Club Penguin, you get to walk around as, well... A penguin. You get to make friends and go places, basically anything you could do in REAL life.
You make written slangs that just come to you like flowing water- you would say "u" for "you," and "4" for "for."
You cangt pets including fish, turtles etc. Theres also a pet caled a puffle. They each have there own personallity and color. Theres green ones, purple ones, red, blue, and pink ones. (You have to be a member to get green, purple, and pink.)
A member is when you pay 5 DOLLARS A WEEK, MAN! (@#!!$#!#$!) Before you go around and tell your friends to not become a member, you DO get somthn' out of it... You get clothes, furniture, a bigger igloo, and much more.

Heres the link: http://www.miniclip.com/games/club-penguin/en/

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Yes's and No's

It's important when to say 'yes' and when to say 'no.'

People ask me: "Have you seen the new movie? It's really good. It's called "Code Name: The Cleaner."
"No. I haven't seen it."
"You should see it."
"actually," see, if they say it so good, and blah, blah, blah about this crappy movie, then you should give in.
"I've seen the movie... "Code Name: The Cleaner"... Yeah, that rings a bell. "
"But you just said-"
"Now that you mention it... Oh I hear my mom calling. See ya later alligator!"
"I'll talk to you some other time. I have to go."
As fast as you can, run. Run, run, run. Or instead of that you could just skip a bit. Skip from "actually" to "Byeeee."
that's probably the better plan... So, why am I writing this post anyway? Why shouldn't I just stop? Oh yeah. I want to get away from my parents.

Thursday, January 11, 2007


The "Big Snow Storm" came in a bit late. I'm surprised it actually came.

My friend Anika and I went sledding-we used "traditional" cardboard. We sled down some pretty good hills.
A woman said that we could use one of their sleds. It was a Red toboggan with two seats and rope coming out of the front. The seats were cushioned by this orange squishy stuff... Kinda like latex.

It went really fast.
I mean, REALLY fast.

The first time we went I was steering. The hill led right smack-dab in the kiddy pool. On one side of the pool there was a pile of dirt, leaves, branches and snow.
On the other side there was the wall.
We crashed into the pile.

I was either petrified with fright or it was too hard to turn the thing... I think it was both.

The second time was a disaster too.

Anika was steering. No offence Ani if your readn' this right now but the was a heck of a job steern'.

It was the same hill... Except we crashed into the wall.
I bit my lip and it started bleeding, and Anika... Well I don't know very well what happened to her because I was seein' stars, but I know a bit: I know that she got jolted and so did I.

When we got up the hill we found a broken saucer-no, not the alien saucer and no, not the cup and saucer, it was the sledding kind of saucer, ya know, like, the ones people sled in? Ok. We sled in that for a couple of runs and then we went home.

Saturday, December 09, 2006


You're going to be amazed how many things in the world are actually very stupid! this website has stupid candy, stupid toys, stupid unnessasary things... everything is stupid! Here it is:

Monday, December 04, 2006

All I See is Poppy Red

The day before yesterday, I dyed my hair 'poppy red', as it said on the sticker.

I shared with my cousin who's name is Miranda. She's six years old, and did poppy red streaks in her hair (don't worry it's not permanent).
The brand name was Punky Color, I believe. The whole reason I dyed it was because it was my uncle Seth's birthday, and we went to Point Arena, CA.

We were staying by the Point Arena lighthouse. There were a bunch of cabins that we stayed in, and -- I'm boring you aren't I. I should just get back to the story; So anyway, this is what I did: First I got my hair all wet, then I got in a chair and put a plastic bag with a hole in the bottom that I put my head through.
(I put my arms through the handles.) Then I put a paper bag on the table, and on my pants, so they would not get dye on them. Then came to put the dye on. My mom helped with this--in other words, she smeared a bunch of gooey goop all over my hair. We let it sit for thirty minutes, by then my cousin, was doing her streaks.

I hopped into the shower, and washed out the dye, like it said on the back.
Unfortunately, It did not go so well. I'll tell you what I mean: All I saw was poppy red.