Whassup Loyals?!

Um… hi? I’m so sorry that I haven’t posted anything in over two years! That clue thing was probably making someone REALLY mad. (I’m so sorry Someone!) If you want the other two clues I’ll try to think of something really quick… (Jeopardy music plays in the background)

clue #3

Amazing people are always

near amazing things, but amazing things don’t

seem amazing from far away, so

when you get close enough to see the amazingness

everyone thinks your amazing, so you have to

reveal your amazingness to the world.

That actually wasn’t to bad. Here’s #4.

Revert

Invert

Convert

Krypton

Require

Input

Output

Redirect

Downward

Away from

North

BAM! Done! now the question is… “What is my bestest, most favoritest author ever?”

That done, let’s move on to more interesting things. It has been exactly two years, three months, and three days since I posted last! I’m now 13, and at 5′ 10″ I’m taller than my mom, and almost as tall as my dad.

I stopped doing Karate because of the amount of money it costs, but I got my Black Belt, so it’s all good. In the sixth and seventh grade, I was homeschooled, but this year, (eighth grade, for those who can’t count.) I’m going to MJMS, a public school here in Mt. Juliet.

I have a story about pepper spray you might want to hear, and another one about a face plant. I can be pretty stupid at times.

I’m attempting to write a Fanfic for Harry Potter called The Legend. I’ll make another post with the summary for that. I just recently got a haircut, and I gotta say, it looks a lot better than it has in a while.

If you have any questions, please ask down in the comments. Thanks for reading!

Until next time, Peace and Vulcans.

clue #2

back again!  Been very busy lately.  But here is another clue!

                                                                                                                Try to figure out

                                                                                                                How I do

                                                                                                                Everything I do

my closet

Should’ve looked here weeks ago!! So much stuff!!! So totally awesome!!!! I found so many things , like an assignment that had questions like:

‘Count how many letters are in the word “directions”‘

‘Now write on the line how many letters are in the word “ten”‘ answer:

So yeh. There were also 3 braclets. And clothes. Hand-me downs. Probably from Landis. Also there are some old school prodjects in there.

but that’s pretty much it.

Book Review: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Peter Warren Hatcher has a big problem: his little 2 1/2 year old brother “Fudge.”

From eating flower petals to jumping off jungle gyms, Peter and his parents never know what Fudge will do next. Peter often feels that his parents are either mean to him, or ignoring him because of his little brother’s “cuteness.”

I liked Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing because Peter was in the fourth grade, like me, and there were a lot of friends to help Peter through life. One of them was Jimmy, his best friend. Jimmy had fun with Peter and supported him when their classmate Sheila tried to take credit on a community project. Also, Fudge kept doing crazy things like trying to pet the bears on a movie, or throwing popcorn at people in the theater. I thought the book was hilarious.

There wasn’t anything about this book I didn’t like.

I would recommend this book for third, fourth and fifth graders. It is entertaining, and it will be easy for them to relate to Peter and know how he feels. Hopefully though, not like a fourth grade nothing.

Birthdays

It’s birthday season at our house. Aron’s was just 3 days ago(the 25th of September). Mine is coming soon. But Ivan’s , not so much. See his is the 29th of November so , yeah.

Anyway Aron got a painting of a Christmas tree,by ME! Also Tic tacs from Ivan and Mom. For my birthday want Grandma and Granddaddy to come over and two books in particular Hardy boys 56, and 57. Hope someone gets them for me. 🙂 There’s more but that’s the main thing. I’m almost 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Big

Owen is long. Tall. Stretched. Big.

His height is already threatening mine. Not quite to my shoulder, but close.

His heart is big too. I’m extremely proud of this boy.

He loves. His heart is not perfect, but he does love. He loves his God. He doesn’t always see Him in the people around him, but if I mention that he has mistreated or hurt someone God loves, and that it reflects his relationship with God, it melts him.

I am amazed at how sincere he is. How honest. How truly good his heart is.

Earlier this month, in conversation during play with his buddy across the street, he encouraged him to ask Jesus into his heart. This was not a new concept for Bradley, he’s been in church all his life, he just hadn’t prayed the prayer yet. Owen wanted him to take care of that. He suggested some wording and prayed with him.

He told me later, “mom, after he prayed, Bradley just couldn’t stop grinning.”

Neither could I.

He is his own. So many attributes of Kris and I, but so much only himself. I wonder at him at times and then other times, completely relate, understand and feel his joy and pain.

He reads as if his brain will starve without a book. He is hungry for story, for wonder, for mind adventure. I can’t keep up. I used to read everything that he reads. I read to be sure it’s all okay, but I can’t do it every time anymore. I have to trust, pray, trust and listen.

He leads quietly, he works faithfully, helping when asked, dutifully, the oldest child that does the right things. I can count on him. I hope for him. I worry, but I don’t worry scared. I worry cautiously. That I don’t take advantage, push too hard, expect too much. He rises to the expectation because he wants to do the right thing. He loves to be right. I want him to love being.

He grows fast. Not just on the outside.

It is so important to feed him well. Not just in his stomach.

Today I watched a video about healthy children. It pushed me to look close at what I do at home to keep my family well. I was with them until the end. “What is more important than your child’s health?” the voice said expectantly. Dangling my worth in front of me in crayon art of pears and apples. My spirit stiff armed the message. Wrong. There is so much more. The heart! Who will advocate the child’s heart? I wanted to toss the whole away. It looks so good, such a well made roof to keep the bad from falling on us, but it’s foundation is off, it cannot shelter me.

He and his brothers started training in karate this year. He surprises me at what he can do. His ability to remember, to perfect, to be precise. His instructors are patient, but honest and they suit him well.

School, church, karate, home, He does well. He has so much still to learn, but I am so confident in his eagerness and strength in learning. God has him tight. My heart is peaceful.

I am blessed.