I'm Baaaaaaack!

Where did I go, you ask? That's a good question. I have a bad answer to that god question, and it is my house. And school. And a hospital. (Mum is home and feeling better, by the way.)

In other news, Sarah is 14. Yeah, put that in your juice box and SUCK IT. I know you feel old, darling, but you are. Savor it. While you can. *Wiggles eyebrows like a vaudeville evil dude who has an AWESOME mustache, by the way.* Meaning yeah, I'm gonna kill you. Or not. You'll never know. Until you die. What was I talking about?

I can't think of a topic, but I didn't just want to wait another week until gLee comes back...so...

Top Ten Best Future Band Names I Have Thought Of This Far In My Life.
Meaning I'll probably think of twenty better ones after I finish here.

10. GraphJam. Also a website, but screw that. No one's ever heard of it.

9. Flaming Leopard Teeth. Just thought of that. Right here, right now.

8. Arkansas Death Birds. As a tribute to all those birds that dropped dead in Arkansas. Hey, if it was either live in Arkansas ar drop dead, they made the right choice.

7. Home Run Football.
I know NOTHING about sports. Nada. Also, I'm pretty sure Paula Abdul almost said, "...or a football player scoring a fumble."

6. R.
A pirate band . Because that's what pirates say? *Cricket noises.* OK, just me.

5. Hit The Bricks.
A phrase frequented by my dad.

4. Awesome Stabbing Opportunity.
See below.

3.  Death By Keeney Street.
So a bird drops dead outside of Faccin's house. Not a joke, one did. Chris saw it, pointed it out to me, and I almost jumped him. By accident. Or maybe not...that would have been an awesome stabbing opportunity. Teehee.

2. The Killing Curses.
Or The Crookshanks Experience.
Or Ron and Hermione. Except then I would have to be a Gryffindor. Ew.
All good names for a wrock group.

1.The Lamington Experience.
See NYE post.
The End.


Make-Up Post

So, I had a really short post yesterday. I'm feeling a lot better now, thanks for asking.

Maeve asked for a New Year's Eve story.  I'm going to tell...

The Lamington Story.
(In case you were wondering, that's supposed to be read in a deep voice, like the one they use in horror movie previews.)

So, it was around 11:30 on NYE. We had just finished watching Französisch fur Anfänger, or French for Beginners for those who don't speak Deutsch.

Before we start the Lamington process, I feel obligated to tell you what a Lamington is. A Lamington is an Australian dessert, made of vanilla cake covered in chocolate covered in coconut. Yes, it is as delicious as it sounds.

First, we made the cake. While it was baking, one of us (us being me, Sarah, and Maeve) noticed it was past midnight, and we had missed the official start of the New Year. We took the cake out of the oven and went to attempt to build a fort. We failed miserably, and went back to make our Lamingtons.

When Sarah attempted to put the chocolate on hers, it fell apart. Filming the whole experience, we took turns failing, but it was the best dessert ever. Seriously.

After the Lamington experience (great band name, called it.), we tried at the fort and failed once more.

Other things happened, but I'm done storytelling.

Love from

I'm Stuck In My House.

We got 25 inches of snow here yesterday, and it took my dad 4 hours to dig us out. I'm giving up on making a snowman, because I won't be able to stand long enough. I have really sucky balance.
Not to mention my nose is running like a faucet.

If someone came to rescue me from the weird sounds that the Twin Terrors are making while they're pretending Ben is a cat (9 years old, kids.), I would be eternally grateful. Seriously. I would owe you forever.

Short post because I feel like crap.


The Official Book-It List

Hahahahahahahaha, get it? Like a bucket list, but books! I'm gonna tell you kids what books I absoutely MUST read. Someday. In the future. Or now. But I don't have them. Or I would have read them a while ago. Note: Some are crossed off, and I'll tell you about those ones.

1. The Roar by Emma Clayton
2. Soldier X by Don Wulffson
3. Going Bovine by Libba Bray It's about a kid who's dying of mad cow disease who goes on a cross-country roadtrip to save the universe with a Mexican midget and a garden gnome who happens to be the Viking god Balder. Need I say more? (If you can't read past the strikethrough, it says Going Bovine by Libba Bray.)
4. The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkein. Don't judge me for not having read them.
5. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee You should know what this is about, kids.
6. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith  About a girl growing up in Brooklyn in the 1900's.
7. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll

I'm taking reccomendations, kids.

I finally watched Half-Blood Prince, and have to say that Warner Brothers botched it. I don't remember Bellatrix and Greyback burning down the Burrow. And what happened to Dumbledore's funeral?

Love from me.