08/21/17 – The Eclipse

August 21 was one of the greatest days in the history of my life. The Eclipse. I was lucky enough to have parents that made me go to school anyway for such a great event. My school did a wonderful job of staying safe, and making a good excuse for most people to stay home, making it a very small amount of students that came to school that day.

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Our God truly is an Awesome God.

The Legend

This is something I’ve been working on for about a month, and I’m very proud of this summary.

When Jason Termak gets a mysterious letter in the mail for an exclusive school, he jumps at the chance. He’s always wanted to be abnormal, but a wizard? Who would say no?

When he gets there, the administration is abhorrent! Evil runs rampant through the once glorious halls of Hogwarts.

But a legend is whispered among many of the older students. About a boy who was a hero, who defeated You-Know-Who more times than anyone ever has- before he could walk! One who defeated dragons, basilisks, mermen, and giant spiders. Who broke records and rules alike. Someone who could talk to snakes. And was rumored to one day return to these very halls, and kill the Dark Lord once and for all.

Rumors of Harry Potter.

If I finish the story I’ll put it on fanfiction.net under the name Mace_Face.

I hope you enjoyed, until next time,

Make Good Choices!

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.










Away from


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 public school.

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, Make Good Choices!

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.