For my English class, I had to read The Diary of Anne Frank. First, I would like to say that Anne Frank’s storytelling and her vocabulary at her age (13-15 years old) was very impressive. She made you feel what she was going through and did a great job making the reader understand what most
On Saturday, March 24th there were hundreds of thousands of people marching in Washington D.C. (and other cities around the U.S.) to protest against gun violence. Even though, I couldn’t go to the march yesterday, I was there with them in spirit. I’m very proud of all of the students who were able to be
Happy Sock Sunday! I’m still currently listening to the audible, I Stop Somewhere by TE Carter. So far, I’m really liking the book and I really can’t wait to finish so I can get a review up for you guys. Anyways, this Sock Sunday I am also featuring A Wrinkle in Time because I just saw
Synopsis: How far would you go to protect the ones you love? Rain has taken care of Ethan all of their lives. Before she even knew what autism meant, she was her twin brother’s connection to the world around him. Each day with Ethan is unvarying and predictable, and Rain takes comfort in being the
Bucket lists are fun. I really enjoy creating them and trying my hardest to complete them throughout the year. They give me things to plan and look forward to. Honestly, this year it took me so long to create this list because I wasn’t sure what I wanted to include. I always get stuck. However,
Friendship is a beautiful thing, it definitely should be celebrated everyday! Galentine’s Day is a great way to show your best friends or gal pals that you truly value their friendship. Here is a list of ideas or things that you can do together. Gift Giving is an obvious and A MUST so I’m not
Hello 2018! I had a blast with my December Photo Challenge, and it was such a great way to end the year! So, I thought why not make another photo challenge for January?! Not only was the December Photo Challenge fun, it got me posting a lot more on Instagram, and a lot of other
Happy Sock Sunday! This week, I will be reading, Flick Henderson and the Deadly Game by Amanda Wills. I know I’m really gonna love this book because, from reading the synopsis it seems like mystery book and I love mysteries! Books with twisting and engaging plots are always my favorite reads so I can’t wait
Synopsis: Survival Strategy #50: If You Can, Be Brave It’s easy to be brave when your eight-year-old sister, Billie, looks up to you as her protector. Twelve-year-old Liberty feels it’s her job to look after Billie once they are sent to live with their father, whom they haven’t seen since they were very young. Dad
Happy Sock Sunday and early Halloween! This week, I will be reading Well, That was Awkward by Rachel Vail. The plot seems so interesting and so non fictional (real)! Also, I hope you all have a Safe & Happy Halloween!!! 😈 Synopsis: Gracie has never felt like this before. One day, she suddenly can’t
Happy Sock Sunday! This week, I will be reading Flick Henderson and the Deadly Game by Amanda Wills. I’m SUPER excited to read this book because I love books that have very interesting plot and that are a bit mysterious too. I must mention, I ❤️ this COVER! (That HAIR tho! ❤️) Synopsis: Wannabe newshound
Happy Sock Sunday! This week, I will be reading The Seventh Most Important Thing by Shelley Pearsall! Just by reading the synopsis, I could tell that this book has a unique plot and that’s why I decided to put it on my list to read. I’m in love with this book cover! ❤️ Synopsis: Arthur
Happy Sock Sunday! This week I am stil reading, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. This is a pretty long book, so I’m not quite finished yet but hopefully I will finish soon! It’s oh so good and at this point I highly recommend it! Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves between two worlds: the
Happy Sock Sunday! This week, I will be reading The Truth About Twinkie Pie by Kat Yeh. When I read the synopsis I wasn’t exactly sure what this book would be about, but what I do know is that it has something to do with two sisters who have moved from South Carolina to the
Let me just start by saying that I LOVE reading!!!! There is nothing that I ‘d rather be doing. I love the feeling of when you get hooked on a good a book and you are not able to put it down. Today marks the day where bibliophiles celebrate their love of books and literature.
Happiness Happens Day is a day to spread the joy of being happy and persuade other people to look on the brighter side of life. I’m happy when I’m around my family and friends and making memories with them. I’m also happy when I capture important moments in life by taking pictures and editing them.