Friday, December 19, 2008

Wednesday, December 3, 2008


Oh, how I love Christmas.
Wait. Christmas? What? It was just thanksgiving! Oh my goodness, time flies so quickly when you're busy. I guess I better start thinking about what I'm going to ask Santa for. Kat got a new iTouch the other day, and I have to admit, it's pretty wicked, but I'm considering asking for a phone that has a music player, camera, and touch screen instead. I'm still debating on that decision, but I know for sure what I want the most, a Marilyn Monroe comforter, and a set of leopard print sheets for my bed. Doesn't that sound like the most terrific thing ever created?
So for all of you "Christmas shoppers" that usually buy something for me (and read my blog frequently) should consider getting me one of the above, or something of your choice, and I will most definitely return the favor! ;D

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Hinks Pinks

1. fish dish
2. swift lift
3. deer beer
4. hot cot
5. legal eagle
6. whale jail
7. newt boot
8. fake snake
9. sad lad
10. big twig

11. A calm man
12. A skinny boar

Friday, November 7, 2008

Free Friday!

Ok. So as you already know, today is Free Friday, so we're able to write about anything and everything that we desire. Since tonight is the football game, I'm going to tell you a little story about another football game that I've recently attended.
Last night I had to cheer in Tulia at the JV football game. Even though it was our last game of the season, it was probably the best one I've ever attended. It started out fun because we looked extremely sharp while we cheered, yet, we had so much fun. And after that, we won 24 to 0. It was wonderful. But on top of that, this drop-dead-gorgeous guy chased the cheerleading bus and got my number! I was so excited! He called me last night, and as we were talking about how familiar we looked to each other, it suddenly hit me that I totally got caught staring at him outside of the gym in Tulia whenever we played volleyball there. I was so shocked, but at the same time stoked. We talked for like an hour, and if everything goes smoothly tonight, I'm going to go see him after his game tonight. They're playing Childress, so I know that he'll be devastated that it was a complete massacre and they totally got demolished, but I'll try to cheer him up by taking him to the Kettle, considering that'll be the only thing left open.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Halloween Controversy

Personally, I think that his decision wasn't very smart, but everyone makes mistakes. What is a joke to one person, might be an insult to another. I don't think that the school should completely ban halloween costumes, but it wouldn't hurt for them to make a few rules and regulations that the students have to follow when picking out their costumes. I know that I would be terribly upset if I couldn't wear my halloween costume because of one minor thing, especially one that could be fixed.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Oh goodness...If only I were invisible.
The one thing that I would LOVE to do if I were invisible would be to follow Matthew McConaughey around for like a solid week! He is drop-dead-gorgeous. And then, after I start feeling like a stalker, I would probably want to just roam around and see a bunch of stuff that most people overlook when they're too busy paying attention to other stuff, or they're scared someone's going to see them looking at them so they keep their eyes straight ahead. I'm pretty sure that I'd see quite a few interesting things going on that I didn't even know was possible. Being invisible would be quite advantageous because you could get away with so many things and scare so many people, but when people start running into you, spilling beverages on you, or even swinging things and hitting you, that's when things start heading south. I would like to be invisible, but only for a while.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


Oh the memories...
I bet you hear that a lot don't you? It's because everyone has so many memories. They might be good, might be bad, might be happy, or they might be sad,  but everyone has them and, unless you have severe memory loss, no one can take that away from you.
One of my favorite memories involved my good friend, Demetria. We were wondering about in Wal-Mart, when all the sudden, we see this gorgeous pair of neon green, yellow, and orange high-heels being displayed on the shelf. They attracted both of our attention immediately, and so we decided to get a little better look at them (if you know what I mean.) So she goes over to the shoes and gracefully puts them on, as if she wears them everyday. Now just imagine this, a talk, dark-skinned, slim girl wearing those bright shoes gliding across the aisle in Wal-Mart. I'm sure you, like myself, pictured that being wonderful and perfect. Well little did I know...I was in for a rude awakening. From the very first step that she took, it was downhill from there. She tripped, stumbled, wiggled, and wobbled, and sometimes all that at once! And then, watching her but barely able to see her because my eyes were all watery, I watched her lose all control and nearly crack her ankle on the way to the floor! All the sudden I feel it coming, it won't stop, I'm trying with all my might to hold it back, and BOOM! I feel a warm liquid running down both sides of my legs! The only thing I can do is sit down, and when she decides that she's had enough of the shoe department for one day, she tells me to get up and go with her. My only response was, "I can't!" She gives me an awkward look and I could tell that she had no clue was I was talking about. I finally told her and she had to push me home in a grocery basket.
Now that, my friend, is what you call funny.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008


As you already know, we aren't going to be having bonfires anymore, and I was just thinking about a few alternatives for that decision.
Now I don't know about you, but I LOVE to dance, and I LOVE to be around tons of people! So, I was thinking that maybe, just maybe, we could have a pre-homecoming dance. It would be even more fun if it was in a gym with a bunch of black lights! I think that would most definitely suit everyone and dissolve the sorrow in their hearts left from the "no-bonfire law" away. And even though I adored the previous bonfires, my fellow Americans did always say to me, "DON'T PLAY WITH FIRE!"
Yeah, I know I know. You're probably thinking that the dance could get WAY out of hand, and especially since it's in the dark, but if we had a black light peprally right before it, things could turn out wonderful. For example, one rule could be that if you didn't attend the peprally, then you aren't allow to attend the dance. That would make the peprallies much more enthused, including the football players, and it could lead to spectacular games played by the boys. It would also make the cheerleaders create remarkable ideas for the peprally itself!

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I wish...

I wish there were a law that said people could only eat so much a day. This would be a good law because it would help everyone with their struggles in their eating habits. Then the world would be a better place. world  at least. :)

Monday, September 29, 2008

TEWWG Pre-Reading Journal

In some situations, I am the girl that "just exists." Let's say, my two best friends passionately hate each other, yet their my best friends and I would like to hang out with both of them without either of them getting jealous. I hate getting stuck with one person who's talking crap about another person, and then getting asked all kinds of questions whenever I hang out with the one getting talked about. I'm not ever sure what the right thing to do is, and all I can do is take in what they're saying. But once they find out that they were getting talked about, they end up getting mad at me because I didn't tell them in the first place! It's so stressful, and I'm sure that's exactly how Janie feels about her situation, too. But even though it hurts, most times I have to just hang out with someone totally different because I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings or make them angry with me.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

            Working so hard in school and trying to get everything ready for graduation, in 10 years, I’ll be doing just that.

            I’m hoping to go to college to become a plastic surgeon or a personal trainer, and if I get lucky, I’ll have a career in acting just like I’ve always wanted. If I do get the opportunity to act, I’ll probably still take my college classes just incase I need something to fall back on, if you know what I mean. Hopefully I will have found the right guy by then and be in the most wonderful relationship that anyone could be in, with him right there by my side every step of the way. I’m not planning on having any kids until I get my education and career on the right path, and then I want to be able to enjoy a family with no worries.

Thursday, September 11, 2008


Being in the third grade, having absolutely no clue what the twin towers were, it's kind of hard to remember everything about September 11, 2001. I was so ready to go play with the puppets in Mrs. Davis's class (our elementary counselor), that I was paying absolutely no attention to anyone around me. That is, until I walked out into the hallway. I had no idea what was going on and why our teachers were crying, but I was just as scared as they were. After hearing everyone talk about it, I soon realized what a tragedy that was.
If I could commemorate everyone that died that day in some special way, I would do it. Even if it mean jumping off of a plane with an American flag as a parachute. It could symbolize what Americans are doing to keep us safe from terrorist attacks in the future. But, even though a lot of things have changed since 9-11, we'll never be 100% safe from danger.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


I go to school, volleyball practice, cheerleading practice, and work everyday, plus I have doubled up on my math classes this year, but if I could change one thing in my life, I'd change the negative things that people saw in me to the positive things that people don't see. Yeah, I might be having a bad hair day, but because everyone's attention is fully on that, they can't see how precise my eye make-up looks, how cute my clothes are, or even how clear my skin is! They also can't be seen talking to me. I'm totally uncool if I don't come to school looking ravishing everyday, yet the people who think that, haven't ever even talked to me before. And it's not just me, it's everyone. Everyone gets judged by the negative things that people see first. Is it really that necessary to look that closely for unusual things about people? 

Friday, September 5, 2008

Friday: 9-5-08

Today has been a horribly long day. It seems like everything is going wrong. Everyone is upset about Justin's horrifying experience last night, Kat's sister's dog died this morning, I feel like I've lost my best friend, and we have volleyball practice after school. I think that the only thing that could cheer me up right now is music and the football game tonight.