Sunday, July 20, 2014


I don't remember if I told you guys my Twitter, but if you want to follow me or get in touch with me (even though I don't play Animal Jam anymore), here is the link to my Twitter account. I don't talk about Animal Jam -- mostly I just talk about random things that go on in my day, and I talk about music and the TV shows I watch.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Semi-Monthly Featured Songs!

Hey guys,

Just for fun I'm gonna update this post with links to some YouTube songs!! They won't be all those cliche songs that you start hating after a while. :P Comment if you want and tell me if you liked the song(s)!

Next 9 songs
  1. PINK CHAMPAGNE by Ariana Grande Cute, bubbly song. Nice hook. I'm not really an Ariana fan (no offense to anyone. She has a nice voice, but she's just too girly, too perfect), but it's a great song!
  2. TAKE OR LEAVE IT by Cage The Elephant
  3. CHASING THE SUN by The Wanted
  4. BLUE MORNING, BLUE DAY by Foreigner
  5. SUNGLASSES AT NIGHT by Corey Hart
  6. SWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS) by Eurythmics
  7. CAN'T SAY NO by Conor Maynard
  8. ANIMAL by Conor Maynard
  9. DISTURBIA by Rihanna Whatever you do, DON'T watch the music video. It's the freakiest thing ever. She spazzes like she's possessed and there's freaky piano music. Fortunately, I gave you a link to a lyrics video which does not include the creepy piano or Rihanna's diabolical choreography ;)
Next 9 songs
  1. TALK DIRTY by Jason Derulo Funky saxophone awesomeness.
  2. BITTER by Atmosphere Eminem-sounding, but nice beat, different, cool lyrics.
  3. HEY YA! by OutKast Funky beat, catchy song
  4. LOVE DRUNK by Boys Like Girls Really awesome, catchy, boy-band song. Kind of like The Killers' Somebody Told Me
  5. THUNDER by Boys Like Girls
  6. CHASING CARS by Snow Patrol
  7. HEY GIRL by Billy Currington
  8. LOVE ME AGAIN by John Newman
  9. DEMONS by Imagine Dragons
Next 5 songs
  1. SHE WOLF by Shakira A note: lots of cleavage and, uh, lower body.. (it's Shakira.. What do you expect XD).
  2. WHENEVER, WHEREVER by Shakira
  3. LOVE DON'T DIE by The Fray
  4. LIKE ME from Teen Beach Movie
  5. CAN'T STOP SINGING from Teen Beach Movie
Next 3 songs
  1. EMPIRE STATE OF MIND (COVER) by Greyson Chance Truly amazing. :)
  2. HEART LIKE STONE by Greyson Chance Very mysterious-sounding.
  3. TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW by Greyson Chance
Next 6 songs
  1. SECOND CHANCE by Shinedown One of my fav songs!!!
  2. THE MONSTER by Eminem ft. Rihanna
  3. DARK HORSE by Katy Perry
  4. ADORE YOU by Miley Cyrus
  5. YOU FOUND ME by the Fray Amazing song :) Lots of piano. You'll love it.
  6. HOW TO SAVE A LIFE by the Fray Amazing song :) Piano. Can really hear his voice. Great melody.
Next 3 songs
  1. WHAT ABOUT LOVE by Austin Mahone It's a really good song! I think it's pretty unique. I mean, I haven't heard a pop song on the radio like it lol. If you've already heard this song, sorry! I don't think everyone knows about Austin Mahone though, do they???
  2. BLUE (DA BA DEE) by Eiffel 65 Just a fun, cool funky song. I normally would never have ever searched for this type of song. Friend posted the link. It's from the album "Europop" to give you an idea of what it sounds like.
  3. HAPPY by Pharrell Williams Love this song. Lighthearted, jazzy, fun. HAPPY XD
Next 2 songs
  1. CAROL OF THE BELLS Just a cool song that is very Christmasy
  2. I GET AROUND by The Beach Boys Haha, self explanatory. The Beach Boys are awesome, especially this song!!!
Next 2 songs
  1. CHEYENNE by Greyson Chance No description necessary <3
  2. HOME IS IN YOUR EYES by Greyson Chance (I couldn't find an unpitched version on YouTube unfortunately!)
Next 3 songs
  1. SUMMERTRAIN by Greyson Chance No description necessary <3
  2. HOLD ON 'TIL THE NIGHT by Greyson Chance No description necessary <3
  3. SUNSHINE & CITY LIGHTS by Greyson Chance No description necessary <3
Next 5 songs
  1. UNFRIEND YOU by Greyson Chance Original song. :D I really like it! I'm sure you will too, because it has a great beat & great vocals courtesy of Mr. Chance... Kind of has a Demi Lovato feel to it, I guess! Like "Give Your Heart A Break," except Greyson released "Unfriend You" before Demi released "Give Your Heart A Break."
  2. PAPARAZZI (COVER) by Greyson Chance Cover of Lady Gaga's Paparazzi! Greyson was just 12 when he performed/sang it at a fundraiser for his local church.
  3. GET AWAY by Mitchel Musso
  4. EMPTY by Mitchel Musso
  5. 21ST CENTURY GIRL by Willow. Fun & catchy song ;) In case you didn't know, Willow Smith is the daughter of the famous actor, Will Smith!
Next song
  1. WINDOWS DOWN by Big Time Rush Sooo catchy.
Next 3 songs
  1. ODD MAN OUT by Mitchel Musso <33333
  2. 24/SEVEN by Big Time Rush Just found this today! Great beat, very catchy! :D
  3. READY TO GO by Panic! At The Disco The catchy, funky beat you can expect from this band. LOVE THEM, as you guys know. ;P
Next 8 songs
  1. HERO by Drew Ryan Scott (he sung all of Sterling's music in the film that "Hero" is from) <3 He has the most amazing voice in the world. Out of any video I have ever listed, this guy breaks the scale and shoots it up to the moon.
  2. HANGING by Sterling Knight
  3. KANGAROO COURT by Capital Cities Great song and great music video! Cool techy beat!!! Trust me guys, you'll love it ;)
  4. TRUTH OR DARE by Emily Osment Amazing song. Another of my favorites! Funky, fast-paced, and will get stuck in your head! It's kind of Jewish(y) music; I don't know how to describe it. It's not religious at all, but it has the sound of Jewish music.
  5. FOLLOW ME NOW by Alvin & The Chipmunks
  6. ARE YOU SLEEPING by Harry Nilsson It's an older song (not pop) but it's still got an awesome tune!! Try it. I think you guys might like it :) It's part of the soundtrack for a great, old movie called The Point, whose narrator was Ringo Starr!
  7. COME BACK MY LOVE by Mitchel Musso
  8. QUICKSAND by Bridgit Mender Beautiful song, but that's what's to be expected from Bridgit. No auto-tuning. Nothing. This girl can sing. Her acoustic versions are 8x better than her original songs :P
Next 4 songs:
  1. HURRICANE by Panic! At The Disco! What can you expect from such a talented, unique band?! Love them. They are so quirky and awesome and they come up with the best melodies and the most intellectual and weird lyrics ever.
  2. ONE STEP CLOSER by the talented Shane Harper This song has a melody, like Bruno Mars' "Count On Me" tone or Jason Mraz. It's great and fun!
  3. HASTA LA VISTA by Camp Rock Awesome. Found it randomly on Spotify and immediately fell in love with it. Great, funky techno.
  4. DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL by Jesse McCartney Haha it's just awesome. Jesse has such a great voice. Don't play this song to protective fathers :P
Next 2 songs:
  1. DEJA VU by 3OH!3 Awesome beat in my opinion. Cool techno-ish awesomeness. :) Might be a little inappropriate (in terms of lyrics, not visuals). No swears
  2. HEART ON FIRE by Jonathan Clay One of my favorite songs! It's awesome and upbeat! I'll never get tired of it.
First 3 songs:
  1. SOMEWHERE ONLY WE KNOW by Keane British music :P What's not ta love
  2. ROCKETSHIP by Shane Harper
  3. POSSIBILITY by Tiffany Alvord Song about unrequited love - crushes. Sad. Maybe you guys can relate? ;p

Friday, April 11, 2014

Friday, March 21, 2014

Weird Scary Story


The Wrong Parents, from LadyStoneheart

When I was little, I used to wake up in the middle of the night and go into my parents room and sleep next to my mom. One night when I was about 5 or 6, I had this really really vivid dream where I woke up scared, and went into my mom's room to sleep with her. When I went in, however, there were a set of parents on the bed, and a set of identical parents on the floor. I instinctively knew in my dream that I had to wake the right parents, because the wrong parents were evil. So I chose the parents on the floor. I distinctly remember thinking that the evil imposter parents would try to trick me, so I chose the parents on the floor. When I went over to the parents on the floor, they both opened their eyes, and where their eyeballs should have been, it was just bright glowing red light. That was when I actually woke up. Being a scared little kid, I of course went right into my parents room to sleep next to my mom.

There was a set of parents on the bed, and a set of parents on the floor.

I literally pissed myself.

The "second set" of parents was actually a pile of unfolded laundry. But I will never forget the fear that struck my little 6 year old heart at that very minute.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Cats Stealing Dogs' Beds Vid

Just wanted to share this cause I think it's hilarious. :P

Monday, February 3, 2014

Some Winnie the Pooh Quotes :)

“You can't stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.”

"I am a bear of very little brain, and long words bother me."

"Just because an animal is large, it doesn't mean he doesn't want kindness; however big Tigger seems to be, remember that he wants as much kindness as Roo."

"If the person you are talking to doesn't appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in his ear."

"It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"

Monday, January 6, 2014

The Storyteller (not written by me)

Hey guys. I was reading a book called Stories for a Teen’s Heart today. There were a lot of touching stories but I found a really good one so I’m posting it here for you to read.

The Storyteller
Author: Unknown
“The Storyteller” author and original source unknown. Quoted from Real magazine.

A few months before I was born, my dad met a stranger who was new to our small Tennessee town. From the beginning, Daddy was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around to welcome me into the world a few months later.

As I grew up, I never questioned his place in our family. In my young mind, each member had a special niche. My brother, Bill, who was five years older than me, was my example. Fran, my younger sister, gave me an opportunity to play big brother and develop the art of teasing. My parents were complementary instructors—Mom taught me to love the Bible, and Dad taught me to obey it. But the stranger was our storyteller. He could weave the most fascinating tales. Adventures, mysteries, and comedies were daily conversations. He could hold our whole family spellbound for hours each evening.

If I wanted to know about politics, history, or science, he knew it all. He knew about the past, understood the present, and seemingly could predict the future. The pictures he could draw were so lifelike that I would often laugh or cry as I watched.

He was like a friend to the whole family. He took Dad, Bill, and me to our first major league baseball game. He was always encouraging us to see the movies and he even made arrangements to introduce us to several movie stars. My brother and I were deeply impressed by John Wayne in particular.

The stranger was an incessant talker. Dad didn’t seem to mind—but sometimes Mom would quietly get up while the rest of us were enthralled with one of his stories of faraway places—go to her room, read her Bible, and pray. I wonder now if she ever prayed that the stranger would leave. You see, my dad ruled our household with certain moral convictions. But this stranger never felt an obligation to honor them. Profanity, for example, was not allowed in our house—not from us, from our friends, or adults. Our longtime visitor, however, used occasional four letter words that burned my ears and made Dad squirm. To my knowledge, the stranger was never confronted. My dad didn’t permit alcohol in his home—not even for cooking. But the stranger felt like we needed exposure and enlightened us to other ways of life. He offered us beer and other alcoholic beverages often.

He made cigarettes look tasty, cigars manly, and pipes distinguished. He talked freely, openly, and often about sex. His comments were sometimes blatant, sometimes suggestive, and generally embarrassing. I know now that my early concepts of the man/woman relationships were influenced by the stranger.

As I look back I believe it was the grace of God that the stranger did not influence us more. Time after time he opposed the values of my parents. Yet he was seldom rebuked and never asked to leave.

More than thirty years have passed since the stranger moved in with the young family on Morningside Drive. He is not nearly so intriguing to my dad as he is was in those early years. But if I were to walk into my parents’ den today, you would still see him sitting over in a corner, waiting for someone to listen to him talk and watch him draw his pictures.

His name?

We always just called him TV.