Saturday, October 30, 2010

Harry Potter!

So recently, I watched all the Harry Potter movies...yeah I know, it took FOREVER, but I got it all done in one day *smiles proudly*
Anywhos, while I was watching it, I couldn't help but think...
Ok, Harry Potter is Daniel Radcliff.
Hermione Granger is Emma Watson.
And then Ron Weasely is Rupert Grint.
But what thing I could not figure out.....who plays Malfoy!?
Turns out it is a 21 year old actor that goes by the name of Tom Felton. Bet none of you knew that, eh? (Ok some of you might've, but oh well!)

Also, I was just wondering, if you could go into any Harry Potter house (Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin, or Gryffindor) which would you be in, and why?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Eight facts about me..

So, not that any of you care, but I personally believe that if you read someone's blog, you should learn things about the type of person they are. So, here are eight facts about me:

1. I have black hair that is pefectly curled. It used to reach my hips until one day I got gum stuck in it and I was forced to cut it to my shoulders. It's growing back fast, but it is still a shock.

2. I have green eyes as does my sister.

3. I play the flute in band and sing in the school choir (I'm a soprano/alto voice), as do some of my best friends.

4. I want to go to NYU or Julliard for college, although I doubt I'll ever get that far, as I'm not very outstanding in area of schoolwork. I'm simply average.

5. My favorite colors are purple and orange. Ya know, the pastel colors. They are soothing and gentle...

6. I'm a total amimal lover. I've got five dogs, four cats, three birds, a rabbit, a goat, a cow, and a horse. Along with a goldfish named Sha-doink.

7. I'm currently in public school, but I used to be home-schooled and I also used to go to private school.

8. I love all types of music, but my obsessions are: The Killers, The Ready Set, NeverShoutNever!, and Taylor Swift. (Brooks and Dunn is also a more of a liking, as their song Neon Moon is my favorite country song of all time!)

So, did ya learn anything about me?

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

People these days...

Ok, we've got a new girl at school. I should say that I'm in high school, and I always go out of my way to be nice to the new kids. It's tough to be at a new school, ya know?
Well anyways, this girl was utterly rude to me, yet she was all over my boyfriend.
Then, she got up the nerve to ask why he was with me and what he saw in me.
Needless to say, I had a mouthful of words to tell that girl.
I mean....seriously, who asks that? You may think it, but you never voice it out loud.
Oh well, I suppose to each their own.

Also, my computer has a virus. My simming computer, actually. The family computer works just fine...but my simming one got infected. Stupid no good infected e-mail that I have become burdened with.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The fine print...

Everyone knows what the fine print is, right?
The fine print that comes up on an infomercial at the end in letters so small you can't read it?
Well, word to the wise: Read them
Ya see, my english project, the one I worked three freaking whole days on, had fine print with it.
The paper was supposed to be eight pages long, no shorter no less. Mine was...twenty pages.
The paper was supposed to be about three different aspects that affect literature now or have. I did that of course, but not in the eight pages. Mine took up twenty, blegh. :p (Although, my paper was rather good, if I do say so myself!)
Anyways, I basically it every point, but the fact of the matter is that I will only get graded on my eight pages. Not my twenty.
So, what does this mean for me?
That I'm going to fail english.
Because this was a major project.
Worth how much?
Five freaking test grades.
Great. Just great.

And if anyone recorded The Ready Set's interview with the Sim group, or if you find it on youtube or somewhere, let me know. Because, sadly, I missed it. :( Stupid afterschool activities! *cough MARCHING BAND cough*

Have a skip-tastic day/night!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Ten little facts! (:

Some little random facts I wanted to share with you all! :)

1. Did you know that your tounge is indeed your strongest muscle?

2. That there was a time when the majority of the American South was democratic instead of republician?

3. That the largest US city is Juno, Alaska? (Not population wise, but land area)

4. That the smartest US city is the also the capital, Washington DC?

5. That a group of frogs is called an army?

6. That race car is still race car if spelt backwards?

7. That a lion's roar can be heard from five miles away?

8. That the US is the only country which permits the cutting of a dog's ears? (ex = a doberman has naturally floppy ears, and the pin straight ears you see on them are achieved only by cutting and then using tape to keep them in place)

9. Approximately 60% of the water used by households during the summer is used for watering flowers and lawns?

10. That during both World Wars, Ireland remained neutral?

Some of you may be asking why I posting these facts...truth is, I needed them for a class (I actually needed 50! D: ) But, I found these interesting, so, I'm sharing them with you. :)
Did you learn anything new?

And for those of you who want to know, my doggy has indeed lived! He's walking now, he's really unstable and wobbles, but he can move and eat on his own. I'm going to keep him, and I named him Alexander, for any of you who want to know. :)

Monday, October 4, 2010

Holding a life in your hands...

Once again, this is about my puppy.
The poor guy has parvo and was stepped on, suffering from spinal and nerve damage. These things are curable...the catch is, their curable indivually. Both are hard to cure for puppies, much less if the two are combined.
Now, my puppy has gotten worse. He can't stand or sit or even move. He's had a seizure at least once, and he can't manage to eat on his own.
But, when you look into his eyes, you see a soul fighting for survival.
Now, my vet suggests we give him a couple more days to see if he recovers. If he doesn't, he suggests we put him down and out of his pain.
Now, I hold this innnocent puppy life in my hands. My family won't make the decision to put him down, they'll leave it up to me because in the end, I care the most for this puppy.
I thought of putting him down, releasing him from the pain that he suffers daily and inceasingly.
But, I can't imagine taking a life from such innocent of a soul that is obviously fighting to live the life he was destined to have.
So, what am I to do? What would you do in a situation where the life of another creature depended on you?

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Which one do you prefer?

I was thinking today...and I was wondering two things. Comment, and tell me which you would prefer, and if you want, why you prefer it.

-Would you rather lose at something you love OR win at something you hate?

I think it's interesting to know what people choose.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Beatles and my puppies....

So, a few months ago, a stray dog followed me home. My family and I could never find his owners, and as he was quite scrawny, we decided to keep him. He turned out to be a beagle dog (or at least looks like one) and I named him Beatle (since when I found him, I was listening to the beatles).
Anyways, I've grown quite found of this dog, and I regreted to notice the fact that my other dog was indeed preggo.
Anywhos, she had puppies, and I've been taking care of them (there are like, five of them) and now, one of those little puppies are sick. While the other four are running around, this one can't move very much and it just sits around as if it's constantly tired. I talked to my vet, and the puppy should be moving around like the rest of them. Anyways, this same dog is getting a running nose, and it grunts and whines whenever it moves and after it's done eating. Therefore, my five week old puppy is sick, and I'm really worried. I've grown quite fond of all those little dogs, and I'd be heartbroken if he got so sick that he died.
Enter Beatle. Beatle noticed he's sick, or at least not feeling well, and Beatle is constantly licking him like a mother dog should. I don't know if this is a good sign, but it comforts me knowing that Beatle cares about the puppies.

And that was me getting rid of my worries....sorry about that.