Hello everyone! I was going to do a book tag for my birthday, but I’ve been swamped with family stuff and work. Which is good since my freelance editing business is making profit and progress. So, here’s a casual book update instead. So far, I’ve read twenty-six books this year. The best ones have to … Continue reading Late birthday catch-up
I just wanted to wish everyone a merry Christmas. I hope the day—whether you are by yourself or with friends/family—is a great one. If you don't celebrate Christmas, I hope you have an awesome day too. You deserve it.
A huge thank you to Nen and Jen for nominating me! It was such a lovely surprise. If you haven't checked out their website, go do so. They have an awesome blog about everything books over on their side. Please check them out! The Rules: Display the award logo.Thank the blogger who nominated you and … Continue reading The Real Neat Blog Award
So, not too long after I got my first foul ball from a Texas Rangers game (hit by Mike Trout), my phone buzzed. I glanced down to see that Annlyel James from Annlyel Online nominated me for the Liebster Award! Thank you so much, Annlyel, for this lovely surprise! I'm honored. If you haven't already, check … Continue reading The Liebster Award
It's been another 365 days, so I leveled up again. Well, I did yesterday; the eighth is my real birthday. Anyway, I decided to share something that makes everyone smile: puppies. So, here's some cute photos of my puppies: Lucky: Jack: Willow: (She's a bonus puppy because she's not fully mine.) I hope everyone has … Continue reading Another (puppy-full) year again
humans are the worstand I think I’ve known thatsince I was a kid I never had many friendsI didn’t fully trust any strangersI kept to myself whenever I could but I spoke to animalsI’d never greet a humanbut I’d say hi to their dog dogs never judged mefor my intelligence, my waist sizemy athleticism, my … Continue reading Puppies > humans
After I moved into my dorm this semester, I met a lovely young girl named Muffin. She's is my suitemate’s dog who never looks directly at my camera when I try to take a picture most of time. She’s an interesting addition to our dorm life. But she’s also a handful. Being a young puppy, … Continue reading Writing with a demand for attention