Hey guys, so I feel like starting the new off right, even if we are 13 days into it. 🙂
So, I have made my first photo tag! Then on January 17th a little while ago Zella and I decided we were both going to contribute to our blogs. 🙂 I am going to talk about Humility, and she is going to do a Bible Verse Wednesday for us. And because she is so prepared she already had it done. *claps*
But, I want to give one more fun thing to January, spring, a new year, amazing 2018!
So…I am hosting a blog party! Yes, yes, I know, you are like “You just had one.”
Actually, if you look at it in the right way…it was a year ago. *winks mischievously* Besides, now I have more followers and I want them to be able to share their blog.
Heya! Hope and I are doing a really cool (at least in my opinion) collab. Check out her blog if you haven’t! First, both Hope and I will be answering some questions, and then I will answer a couple other questions as well.
1. What time do you wake up in the mornings?
Me: I wake up about 6:00-6:45 to make sure I have time before the bus comes.
Hope: Sometimes, usually just in math or at the end of the year.
2. Do you have tests?
Me: Yes, but only at the end of certain units or the beginning/end of the school year.
Hope: Sometimes, usually just in math or at the end of the year. 3. What is your usual schedule?
Me: First we have our main subjects. Then is recess and lunch, after that is special.
Hope: I don’t really have a schedule, I just do my work and then I’m done! 4. What time do you normally finish school?
Me: About 2:15 every day, but I don’t get home until 3 (the bus ride isn’t that long, though)
Hope: It really depends, usually sometime before lunch. (me: Lucky!!) 5. What time do you usually start school?
Me: About 8:30 in the morning, but I have to leave earlier.
Hope: After breakfast and worship time. 6. If you become a parent, will you want to homeschool them or have them go to public school?
Me: I like the idea of Homeschooling and public school, but it depends on how many kids I have, and what the kid’s needs are. I also like the idea of Christian private school, but it depends on how religious we are. Also, if I do end up traveling for my job (or just travel a lot), I may decided to homeschool because my kid(s) may have to miss a lot of school if they go to public school.
Hope: I really don’t know, I’ll probably homeschool, but if I couldn’t for some reason then I’d put them in a Christian private school.
7. Do you have to go to school if you are sick?
Me: If I have a cold, then yes. But if I have a fever, no.
Hope: Yes, I do if I feel Ok enough to, but if I’m really sick then I don’t.
Now I am going to answer a few questions about public school…
1. Do you like public school?
Yes, but sometimes it feels like school never ends!
2. How many people are in your class?
About 24, but we mix up for some classes, and some kids go to different classes.
3. Are there mean kids?
A couple, but not that noticeable. And that’s mostly roasting type stuff.
4. Do you have a lot of friends?
I do have a couple friends, I feel like my school is very friend-friendly. XD
So there are some big differences but also some similarities too! Oh, and Hope, I may have changed a couple of my answers. Hehe.
This collab was super fun! I hope you had fun too, Hope! Definitely check out her blog if you haven’t!
Hey guys! I’m here with the Ardent Author’s Challenge 2. In case you didn’t know, I’m on team Summer. I had a really great idea for this one, and I am using all three prompts plus a couple photos.
I laid down on my bed, dreamily, right next to Flora.
“Whatcha thinking about?” She asked. She has a tendency to know when I’m daydreaming and such.
“A wish I made when I was 4 years old.” I replied. Right now I felt kind of weird for telling her this, but she’s my best friend. Hopefully she’ll understand.
“Wait… 9 years ago. Let me show you something in my Mythological book I checked out from the library today. Page 33 paragraph 1. Read it aloud.” She stated and handed me a very large, bright red book.
“The nearest star is 4.37 light years away from Earth. Which is why most wishes take at least 9 years to come true.” I read aloud. Wait. WAIT.
“What was your wish about? We could find a way to make it come true!” Flora exclaimed, wishfully.
“Uh… it may take a bit of an adventure… We may have to go into town and do some exploring first.” I reply.
“What? I was 4! So are we doing this or not?” I ask.
I lead her out the front door and to Flannigan’s Chicken Park. Her eyes bulge out as she screams,
“THE CHICKEN PARK??” I nod my head, just as this guy riding a chicken passes.
“Ok… just follow me, please.” We passed through all the chickens, and as soon as we were far away enough, I found the place I was looking for.
It was a gorgeous forest with colors of red, orange, yellow, and green. It was almost fall, but still summer. I didn’t understand why the colors would be more fall-ish. I guided her into the forest and into a mini tunnel.
“Follow me, again. This time we are not going to a chicken park. Don’t worry.” I said.
The tunnel was small, but wide enough for the both of us together.
“Wait a minute. How in the world do you know where to go?” Flora asked.
“Oh, I have my thoughts. Will you help me open this door?” I asked. We had reached a shed-like building, it was very small, made of wood. We both pulled as hard as we could until it swang open. It was full of….
Bracelets and a safe?
“What in the world is this? You can look at the bracelets while I do my thing.” I tell Flora. By now, she’s already gazing over the jewelry. I walk over to the safe and start figuring it out.
Flora picked up a bracelet, and shoves it in my face.
“Oh my, this would look so cute on you!”
“Be quiet! I’m trying to crack this safe.”
Next to the safe, there was a manila folder labeled “SAFE HINTS, IN ORDER” I picked it up and opened it. Each photo was labeled with a number. I assumed these were hints, in a certain order.
Hmmm… Love, Shoes, Baby, A?
“Can you help me, Flora?” I ask. She walks over.
“How about L, S, B, A? As in the first letter of each word?” She thinks. We try this combination, but it does not work. Suddenly an idea pops into my head.
“A, B, S, L? Like the first try backward?” We try it, again, no luck. Flora is already back at the bracelets.
I try E, S, Y, A, as in the last letter of each word. Nope. What about shoe, instead of shoe?
E, E, Y, A!
It clicks open, and out pops…
The End! Cliffhanger!
Prompt count = 3
Photo count = 6
Total = 17 (2 points per photo, 1 per prompt, 1 for submitting, 1 for using team name)
Did you enjoy reading it? I enjoyed writing it, and I hope I give my team some more points to catch up!