I know I’ve been pretty offline for so long, and I’m sorry about that. I haven’t been updated with other blogs, I’ve gotten behind in my blog designs, I kept delaying things I was committed to, and I just feel so bad about it. I’m really sorry guys for not being there when I was expected. I completely have forgotten about so many things and I just botched up.
I’m not saying this is the only reason I’ve been away, but definitely a big part of it is because I’ve just grown out of my blog. I’ve matured way more than I thought in the past year and a half, and I kinda just got sick of my blog. I didn’t like the design or where I was going with it. Tbh, it felt like I didn’t really have a plan for it. It was just mindless posts that I didn’t put much time and effort into. It was a pathetic blog, and I didn’t want to be a part of it anymore.
So I’m restarting.
Give myself a new, fresh beginning and try again.
And that means everything. Design, niche, and, if it comes to it, friends. I’m wanting to start from scratch and just reboot myself.
Because I do love blogging. It’s fun to share thoughts and make new friends. But I just hated with where I was going. My blog seemed like it was owned by a ten-year-old, while there are ten-year-olds out there who have blogs like teens.
I want to thank all the nice comments you guys left me while I was gone, as that really helped motivate me to get back going.❤
So over the next few weeks, I’m going to be redesigning and rethinking the whole blog and posting a little bit to talk about the journey. I’m also going to try to catch up on all your guys’ blogs, but that may be a bit slow going. 😉
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Hey guys! Just wanted to let you all know that I’m gonna take a short break from posting as I’m working on a huge project concerning this blog. It’s taking a bit of time to finish, so I’m just gonna concentrate fully on it for a week or so.
Don’t worry though. Once it’s done, you’re gonna love it.😉
This is my entry for AnonymousA’s FWWC (Fanciful Fictions Writing Camp), and unfortunately, I was unable to participate until Challenge 4. Oops.
Anyways, here it is. Enjoy.🙂
Note to AnonymousA: I used all three prompts from Challenge 4, and included a teenage boy wearing a party hat.
To cope with the long wait between ship wrecks, mermaids developed a network floating libraries.
Ashlyn was looking through one, trying to find a good book to read for while she traveled to her relative’s underwater home for the weekend.
“Ooo, the Mystery of Captain Black Beard’s Beard? That sounds interesting…” she muttered to herself. It looked promising, so Ashlyn took the book out and swam back to her floating raft. She had taken together small scraps of driftwood and other materials from old ship wrecks to construct a transportation device for herself when traveling long distances. With a small sail in the center, she climbed aboard and set off back into her journey. Continue reading “FWWC Challenge 4”→
I’m working on a huge project and I’m actually really excited about it. More details to come soon.🙂
Now let’s continue.
Events Going On:
-This Saturday, me and my brother are hosting a huge airsoft meet for about 15-20 kids. I’ll definitely take some time to take pics and post ’em soon.🙂
-My family got season passes to the local theme park (as we do every year, since we live literally 15 minutes away) and the city pool, so we’re pretty much living there this summer. It helps make up for lack of going on vacation or visiting family or just going out of the state.
Today, my mom was calculating Student Loan payment and what not on a government student loan site. They asked her many questions, but one caught her eye. She soon brought this question to my attention;
The following questions will be used to calculate your family size￼. Do not include yourself or your spouse (if applicable) in your responses to these questions. You and your spouse, as appropriate, are automatically included in your family size.
How many children, including unborn children, are in your family and receive more than half of their support from you?
This pretty much proves that even the government believes that children in the womb are still in fact children. Because if they did not, why would they say ‘including unborn children’ to calculate your affordability payment? They want to know how many children you are supporting and an unborn child still counts as a child in their…