Monday, November 7, 2011

Things E.F.C. Wants For Her Birthday But Knows She Most Likely Will Not Get

Carbon Frozen Han ice cube trays. Can we say epic!?

Lightsaber chopsticks. And they must be blue, thank-you-very-much.

 It's a Maximus stuffed animal! Last time I was in a Disney store I saw one of these. Let's just say I was reluctant to leave it behind.

First of all it's Tangled, second of all it's purple! What more could you possibly want!?

And look at this totally nerdy clock!? It was too cool not to post.

And for dessert, something along the lines of this will be just fine, thank you:

Or this:

It couldn't be safe to consume that much sugar, I'm thinking...

Oh well!

Or maybe this:

Or this. But I've mentioned this before:

Again, so... much... sugar...


That's all for now, folks! Hope I was able to make you smile a little bit!

(Insert Ridiculous Title Here)

I've officially been blogging for a year (as of October 31)! I can hardly believe it!

So my Picasa album became full, so I've been searching for a different way to post photos. I think I've finally done it. So hopefully I can share some more with you all.

One of my friends at school started a writing club and I recently created a blog for us. When we get it going, we'll be posting our work on there so we can share it with you all! You can find the blog here, although there isn't anything there yet.

I realized something: Back when blogging was new to me, my posts seemed to be way more amusing. So I'm working on a little something for you all in honor of my birthday, which is next week. And it's called...

Things E.F.C. wants for her birthday but knows she most likely will not get.

And who knows? It might even be as funny as that hairbrush post. You know, that one.

I've also been composing some things again and will hopefully be posting some music soon.

The school play I'm currently participating in, Twelfe Night by William Shakespeare (I'm playing the character Fabian in case you're wondering), opens in less than a month! I'm so excited! We're doing it in a different style called original practice. It's supposed to be more like the actors in Shakespeare's time did it, where they got their lines right before the play and performed it without any rehearsal. Except we're rehearsing. As far as we know, we're the first school in the country to try this new approach.

Oh, and I won't have wrinkles in this play. I'm happy about that. In the last 2 major plays I've been in, I've had wrinkles and I'm tired of them.

Random pointless trivia: The bell at my school was half a step flat this morning, but it was back on pitch (a flat) by lunchtime.

I'll leave you with this song. I heard it a couple weeks ago and fell in love with it. This is the best recording I could find.