Friday, March 30, 2012


                                        You were walking on the moon,
                                 Now you're feeling low,
                                 What they said wasn't true,
                                          You're beautiful.
                                           Sticks n' stones,
                                          Break your bones,
                                     I know what you're feelin',
                                           Words like those,
                                         Won't steal ya glow,
                                         You're one in a million.

                                          All This Time,
                                    From the first tear cried,
                                      'Til today's sunrise,
                          And every single moment between,
                                        You were there,
                                   You were always there.
                                       It was you and I,
                            You've been walking with me,
                                             All this time.
                                           ~All This Time

              (These songs are not acoustic, I just needed the pic)
                                     You know my name,
                                  I know you wrote my story,
                                          But there are days,
                                     I can't see a happy ending.
                                                 No, no,
                                           Life gets hard,
                                     Sometimes it just hurts,
                       It's kicking me down & throwing me curves,
                                       When I feel the rain,
                                       I won't be afraid.
                                  ~Who You Say You are

         What do you think of Britt's new CD, Gold?

In Christ,

Thursday, March 29, 2012

27 Things{Tagged by Kaye}


1. Favorite color:
2. Favorite color TO WEAR: Yellow
3. Birthday: Don't know
4. Pet Peeve: Girls my age who adore boys
5. What people think of you: Bubbly, kind, adventurous.
6. What you think of yourself: See above.
7. Favorite Movie: Captain America
8. Least favorite movie: Cleopatra
9. Favorite Subject: History
10. Least favorite subject: Don't know, the hardest. 
11. Favorite Animal: Dolphin
11. Least favorite actor: Whoever plays Edward in 'Twilight'
12: Favorite actor: Annasophia Robb
13. Favorite Number: 212
14. State you live in: Unknown
15. Hunger Games or Harry Potter: Neither in any way.
16. Ice Cream or Custard: Ice cream
17. Favorite Sport/Hobbies: Batminton
18. Middle name: Tiara
19. Favorite Drink: Sprite
20. Siblings: Darrion:{lil sis}
21: Hair Texture: Normal?
22. Edward, Jacob, or Push 'Em All Off A Cliff: Shove them all off the cliff into the shark infested water
23. Pet: Dogs
24: Weirdest food you've ever eaten: Don't ask
25. Snickers or 3 Musketeers: Unknown
26. Imaginary Friend(s): Can't remember
27. How long it took you to take this survey: About 5 minutes

I tag Hannah, from Hannah, Herself, Leanna from Loop-de-Loop, and Sarah from The Craziness and Thoughts of Sarah.

You are so cool if you read this whole thing:)
Thanks Kaye from The Kaye Confessions!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Why its (Not That) Complicated

So I'm reading this book by Anna Sofia & Elizabeth Botkin, its called 'Its (not that) Complicated.

Here's a description:

Have you ever been confused about your friendships with boys, or how to handle crushes? How friendly is too friendly? How close is too close? What do you do when a guy is paying you way too much attention? What does it means to be a “sister, in all purity”? And what do guys think about all this?
Guy-girl relationships have always been complicated, but perhaps never more so than they are today. So, what’s a girl to do about boys?

 Enter It’s (Not That) Complicated: How to Relate to Guys in a Healthy, Sane and Biblical Way — a new book by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin.

In this engaging work, these sisters take a humorous, hopeful, and deeply thought-provoking new look at guy-girl relationships in our times. Dealing practically with real-life complications such as online interaction, Hollywood expectations, undefined relationships, and unrequited love, the Botkins share important biblical principles that will help young ladies be sisterly, confident, and edifying as they interact with young men.

Topics include:
  • Why We’re Interested in Boys (And Why This is a Good Thing)
  • Boys Are People Too: Learning to See Men as God Sees Them
  • Rules of Engagement: Practical Tips on Interaction and Engagement
  • What a Man Needs by His Side: How to Become a Girl a Man Wants as a Wife as Well as a Friend
  • Not Another Chapter on Contentment: How to Occupy Till He Comes 
  • {unquote} Isn't it interesting? I hope you'll read it! 
  • ~Willow 

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The Four Rings

I did this edit yesterday for a story I'm doing.

                                       Do you like it?

                                                      ^I like this one best^

Just wanted to share those with you,



Hey, again. I wanted just to say something about the Hunger Games.
 Honestly, if you like it, you're not horrible. I just want to make you think about what you're reading. Also, some people might say, 
 "Hey Willow! You like violent stuff too! You watch Lord of the Rings! Star Wars! Indiana Jones!" I admit, I do like ACTION ADVENTURE! Not just violence. Plus I watch it on Clearplay.
 Also, the theme of the movies are not kids killing kids, but grownups trying to do something. Just wanted to clear that up.

On a lighter note, here is an Elven LOTR necklace from Amazon.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Lord of the Rings Thoughts

   One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

              {Written on the 'One Ring' from the
                       Lord of the Rings book, 
                   The Fellowship of the Ring'}
             Three Rings for Eleven-kings under the sky,
         Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
                    Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
               One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
           In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
          One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
   One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
          In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

I know it 'tis a bit creepy, but it's not too creepy. If you think that's creepy, you should see the 'Ringwraith' people. Lets just say you would not want to meet them on a dark road at night. Actually, to be quite frank, you would not want to meet them at all, period. [Slight Spoiler], the Ringwraith people are the 'Nine Mortal Men doomed to die'. They are pretty scary. They look like the Grim Reaper, minus the scythe. They also make this strange screeching noise. 'Tis enough to make you sleep watching the door while holding a stick. [I know that sounds violent, but seriously].
 Or a sword. Maybe that would be a better idea.
Above, that's Frodo. He's a Hobbit. You should see the Hobbit Holes! They are so darn cute! I would so love to live there!
                Query: What do you think of LOTR?

Saturday, March 24, 2012

The Hobbit Movie

      Yes!!! It's FINALLY here! It's

Yes, you've heard me correctly. I have it from trusted sources{my Dad & Wikipedia} that there will be TWO new installments of 'The Lord of the Rings'. Two? Yes two. The first one will be called 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' & 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again'. We just finished reading The Hobbit, so we're very excited about this new movie. But of course, we'll have to wait 'till it comes out.
 We have not read the other books, so we have not seen the other movies.
 My parents tell me that they are quite a bit gory and scary, but we will read the books first, then decide. We will watch it with Clearplay of course, but still. 

      Question of the Day:
           What movies
    {besides the Hunger Games},
     are you looking forward to? 

{Note: If I do see the Hobbit movies, they will be on Clearplay. There is a 99.9999999999% chance that I will see it in theaters}

Friday, March 23, 2012

New Background!

Hey, guys. I know you might boycott me after reading my last post, but no one seems to be reading this blog anyway. Anyhow, I hope you think that the new background is cool. Its the 'One Ring' from Lord of the Rings.
 We're reading 'The Hobbit', so we're looking forward to watching all of the LOTR movies, after we read the books, of course. If you have any arguments with me about the Hunger Games thing, feel free to argue and try to prove your point.

The {Horrible} Hunger Games

                                           March 23rd.
                  The World Will Be Watching.

Oh the joy. Can't you feel it? To watch a movie where someone gets a spear stuck in their body. Or get attacked by wolf things. Or just plain kill them violently. Must I go on? No, I am not a HG fan. Or a Harry Potter fan. Or a Twilight fan. I actually mostly highly dislike all of those things.

It just bugs me when people rave about them. I must say, I do like Star Wars a LOT, but I don't like the creepy scenes where someone is killed. I hate it when people get killed. Hate it, hate it, hate it. Ugh. I feel insanely sorry for those poor teenagers in that evil arena. They have to kill each other? Good grief! I don't really mind the concept of the Hunger Games. I mean, the game thing. But instead of killing everybody, can't they all take over the government or something? She{Suzanne Collins}should have saved them all. Not they all be viciously murdered

 Yeah, my Mother won't let me read them. And I agree with her. I like ACTION ADVENTURE, not violent, gory, disgusting not-adventure. Ick. And I'm 14! Most of you who are going to watch this are probably younger than me if you're reading this blog. I think your parents need to read a review for these movies.

Here is a awful excerpt from the book, taken from a review,

"Cato lies on his side at the very top of the horn, twenty feet above the ground, gasping to catch his breath.... Now's my chance to finish him off. I stop midway up the horn and load another arrow, but just as I'm about to let it fly, I hear Peeta cry out. ...the mutts are right on his heels. 'Climb!' I yell....
"The mutts are beginning to assemble. As they join together, they raise up again to stand easily on their back legs giving them an eerily human quality. Each has a thick coat, some with fur that... vary from jet black to what I can only describe as blond. There’s something else about them, something that makes the hair rise up on the back of my neck...
"Then one of them...with silky waves of blond fur takes a running start and leaps onto the horn. Its back legs must be incredibly powerful because it lands a mere ten feet below us, its pink lips pulled back in a snarl. For a moment it hangs there, and in that moment I realize what else unsettled me about the mutts. The green eyes glowering at me are unlike any dog or wolf, any canine I’ve ever seen. They are unmistakably human. ... The blonde hair, the green eyes, the number ... it’s Glimmer [one of the dead Tributes]. I fire into its throat. Its body twitches and flops onto the ground... [His second death?]

"...I examine the pack, taking in the various sizes and colors. The small one with the red coat and amber eyes... Foxface! And there, the ashen hair and hazel eyes of the boy from District 9 who died as we struggled for the backpack! And worst of all, the smallest mutt, with dark glossy fur, huge brown eyes.... Teeth bared in hatred. Rue! [She was a sweet, twelve-year-old girl before she was killed]...

"They... walked in the counsels and in the imagination of their evil heart, and went backward and not forward." Jeremiah 7:24.

Does that sound good to you? Uh, no. Not in a million years. 

"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6

Also, in the rather violent movies that we{my sister and I}are allowed to watch, we watch it on Clearplay. It's this DVD player that takes out all the swear words, the grosser gory parts, the extra-scary parts, that kinda thing.
                             It's called maintaining innocence.

 "And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of  darkness, but rather expose them." Ephesians 5:11

                              That's why I'm doing this.

Happy Hunger Games.

I'm sorry if I offended you.


Monday, March 5, 2012

The Memo{a.k.a. My Life As Songs}

   1. What do your friends think of you?

     Sunshine Girl-Britt Nicole

2. If someone says “Are you okay?” you say:
Way Beyond Myself-The Newsboys

3. How would you describe yourself?

The Real Thing-PureNRG

4. What do you like in a friend?

  Born Again-The Newsboys
5. How do you feel today?

Hold Me Together-Royal Tailor

6. What is your life's purpose?

Children of God-Third Day

7. What is your motto?

Jesus Saves-Jeremy Camp

8. What do you think about very often?

All This Time-Britt Nicole

9. What is 2+2?

Lead Me-Sanctus Real

10. What do you think of your best friend?


11. What is your life story?

All Things New-Sidewalk Prophets

12. What do you want to be when you grow up?

Jesus Freak-DC Talk

13. What will you dance to at your wedding?

The Words I Would Say-Sidewalk Prophets & Cinderella-Steven Curtis Chapman

14. What will they play at your funeral?

When I Get To Heaven-PureNRG

15. What is your hobby/interest?

Clothes-Barlow Girl

16. What is your biggest fear?

Last Christmas-Britt Nicole

17. What is your biggest secret?

Outrageous-The Rubyz

18. What do you think of your friends?

How We Roll-Britt Nicole

19. What will you post this as?

The Memo-The Rubyz


{You can look most of these songs on Amazon}

{Kaye from 'The Kaye Confessions', gave me this idea}