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I love writing books and working on them. I'm a messy person, yet I love to organize. (Just not my room.)
I love to read, especially Magic Tree House, Boxcar Children, and A to Z Mysteries Super Edition.
I love using Netflix; they have helped me realize how much of a kid I am not and how much of an adult I am not.

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Updates and Upgrades

Half way through October and I have only posted one thing... well, f***! Lol. (And seriously, that's how I wanted to start the blog. Haha!)

Anyways, a lot has been happening. If I haven't mentioned it in my last blog, I have my own radio show now. It's not on any channels; it's actually a site: BlogTalkRadio. (Dot)com, of course, and in the search engine, type in te243. Yes, it's a shorter name from my YouTube name. I've had the show for about two and a half weeks. I air on Mondays and Tuesdays, 3pm central. Up until Thursday, I had no idea what my radio name should be. Now I know - and you'll have to tune in this Monday to find out.
Ha! See what I did there? You're curious, aren't you?

I've been having a lot of fun on YouTube, actually. You know, reading aloud one of Ellen Raskin's popular books: The Westing Game. I do remember posting a blog about it on here. And I do hope you are watching every video I upload of it. If it looks like I'm not having fun, then you have no idea what else I could do for fun. (Wink, wink.)

Last Thursday, someone actually commented on a video that's on my Google+ YouTube channel. For a while, I did part of a video walkthrough of a really nice game: Journey to the Center of the Earth. The guy commented saying he wanted to see more; he wanted me to finish it - which is so cool. Because not only is he having trouble on the game, he is actually enjoying what I do. :D That makes me so excited!
I do hope I get the new Nancy Drew game before Michael Gray does. Then I will be able to beat him to the punch of making a video blind playthrough of that. This game is called The Silent Spy, and it is the most personal case ever for Nancy. It's about her mother's death. There is more to it than she thought. Now that infuriates me, because now I'll think this is gonna be too much like Castle or Crossing Jordan. >.<
I NEVER wanted the Nancy Drew game series to go in that stage. Why is Her Interactive thinking over-drama is in now? Grrr!

Monday, October 14, 2013

Halloween Blog Hop

My memory has been fuzzy to me for the past few years; mainly because I watch too much on the internet and TV. I will do my best to tell a fun Halloween memory. If I'm general about anything though, I do apologize.

I remember last year's Halloween. I dressed as Nancy Drew with a green trench coat, white ascot, white shirt... and forgot what kind of pants I wore, haha. I had a lot of fun with the outfit. I rented the outfit for a week, so got to I wear the trench coat to work one day. One of my co-workers loved it, and some of them teased me.
I especially did research on ascots. I wanted to make sure I wore the right kind, but none of the lady's styles I could do or were too fancy for me. I just chose a man's style, the kind Fred wore in the Scooby Doo gang.


There's an event that happens every november called NaNoWriMo and my region had a meeting where it was requested to where a Halloween costume. Almost everyone had to ask me who I was. Craig thought I was Sherlock. Haha. I had a lot of fun that night. We all worked on our NaNo books when most of us had costumes. The leader wore a Scottish costume with a kilt. Haha, that was a sight to see. xD


 
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