Monday, July 18, 2016

My Blog's Design- A Review

Aaye Mellonamin!

And how are we today?
I: fine, thank you!
Me: molto bene!
Myself: hey did you see that squirrel yesterday?
Me: the one that the dog chased?
Myself: yeah, that thing was completely nuts!!! *roars with laughter*
Me: he. he. he.
I: that is really not funny at all

(I'll just keep going with the post. Sorry about the noise! They are like this ALL the time. Esspecially when I'm trying to get to sleep!)
So, in case you couldn't tell, about two weeks ago I got a new design!!
I wasn't satisfied with my own work, so I asked my friend Allie Taylor for help. She does blog design and oh. My. g-o-s-h. She is good. I mean, just look at this place!!
Go check out her blog! And if you need work done, ask her. She's wonderful!!!!!!!
Here is my review.
I asked for a midnight in spring feel. She gave me midnight blue font, with a silvery background. I also asked for pale green somewhere, because I LOVE the color! So, little box thingy majig around the pages, that is green. And the replies to comments are in green too. I wasn´t even sure how it would work with blue and purple, but it worked WONDERFULLY!
The design is simple and open, which is exactly what I was looking for.
Also, she made me a button and a header, which I have wanted for a while but didn´t know how to do. So far, I have not found a single deffect.
Out of five stars I give her 10. Great job, Allie! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Me: hey! She was writing the post without us!!!!
Myself: not cool, E. NOT. COOL.
I: *gasp* how could you?

Oh calm down girls, sheesh. It's just a post!

Me: I can't believe you!!!!
Myself: I oughta punch you!
I: *cries*

Um, calm down, okay? It's not the end of the world yet! He he. Right? Right?
*chuckles nervously* um, see ya people. I need to run.
Tenna' telwan!! 

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Vedui' il'er

Vedui' il'er! 
Yeah, yeah I know. I said I would only post every other week, but honest, it's an emergency. There's a crack. In my wall. Aunt Shy says it's an ordinary crack, but I know it's not, cause at night... there are voices. So please could you send someone to fix it. Or a policeman. Or- 
Oh wait, you didn't want a quote? Woops. That was from The Eleventh Hour, the first episode of season five of Doctor Who. Amelia Pond says it. So back to the real thing:
I am going to be doing a character conversation with my friend Christine's (not Daae, unfortunately. She ran off with Raoul. Tsk. Tsk. What a foolish girl) character. 
The emergency is just this: we don't really know what we want our characters to say. So, we want you, lovely readers, (yes, contrary to common belief *frowns at myself* you are lovely) to supply them with questions. Here is your assingment in bold just in case you don't understand, Me tells me that she doesn't:
What would you like my character (Mik) to ask Christine's character (Eirick), or vice versa? 
Still not make sense? Ask in a comment! Thank you for reading this, even though I said I wouldn't post it! 
Namaarie Mellonamin!
~Your Friend (FOREVER) in the Yellow Shirt, E
Joke lang! Thought you got rid of me, eh? Well you didn't! (Excuse me for a moment, I need to laugh evilly and do a villain's rule! dance) 
For serious, though. It was pointed out to me, by my wonderful friend that the above post was confusing. I felt so too, but I wasn't sure so I'm glad she thought so too.
Okay, let's pretend I am going to be Dorathy from The Wizard of Oz. And you, are going to be Alice from Alice in Wonderland. We are going to talk to eachother but only as our characters.
That is what I will be doing with Christine, only not with Alice and Dorothy, but with our own characters from our own stories. Make more sense? Sorry for the misunderstanding before!

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

A Little Bit Of Nothing...

Hello all you lovely readers!

Me: ha! that's the funniest thing I've heard all day!

Myself: what about that joke I told you?
Me: you mean the dog one?
Myself: yep. wasn't it great?
Me: you know what, not really.
I: You mean this one? "A dog walks up to a tree and then says 'oh no, I forgot to store acorns for winter and now I am dead."
Myself: *doubles over with laughter* it's so funny because the squirrel gets dead!
Me: you think you are so funny, don't you? 
I: that's from Up isn't it?
Myself: yeah isn't it great? *laughs hysterically* 
Me: Amin feuya ten' lle

cricket cricket. cheep cheep. blink blink. 

Okay that was weird. I need to ground those three. 

Me, Myself and I: WHAAAAT??? NOOOOO!!!!!
Me: the 'lovely' readers love us!!!
Myself: I need to tell more squirrel jokes!! where will the world be without me??

Oh good grief! What do you think? Should I keep them? (please answer in the comments) I may just bring them out for special occasions. Anyways, back to the post.

I've been doing a lot of stuff, and this summer is really going to be packed!

This weekend, we went to visit my aunt in Peoria, Illinois. She is a Franciscan Sister of the Martyr St. George! It was really great. This coming weekend, we are going to Texas to do mission appeals at churches. I'm sure by now you have got the memo that we are going to Honduras or Nicaragua in September, or October. Yeah, the date isn't definite. Also, August 3rd Ellie and her boyfriend Tom are coming to visit. My oldest sister Abi and her husband Grant are getting here the 11th of August and Mia is also coming back from World Youth Day then! I am doing camp nano this July, which is going slow, but fun. So, I will be posting every other week I think. We'll see. A very awesome friend (THANKS MADDIE!!) told me I should have a schedule for posting, so that's it. I don't want to do every week, though. That would be too much. 

So, I also am going to start posting more of my art work, I mean you'll want to see it before you commission me, I'm assuming. I haven't really worked on that much though... been writing and reading more. 

Okay, one last thing before I go. I have been reading a lot of good books lately, and so here is a list just in case you need something to read:

  1.  Ghost At The Window by Margaret McAllister
  2.  Octave of Angels by Margaret McAllister
  3.  Aesop's Fables by Margaret McAllister
  4.  Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
  5.  Mr. Lemoncello's Library Olympics by Chris Grabenstein
  6.  The Doldrums by Nicholas Gannon 
I feel sure I've read more but... I can't think of them.... Oh well. I highly recommend all of those! They are very enjoyable and fantiliant.
Oh! did I mention??? I invented that word: Fantiliant. So don't steal it! You can use it, just don't claim it. It is the equivelant of FANTASTIC!!! and BRILLIANT!!! because I use those words waaay too much, so might as well make it easier to say :)
Namaarie Mellonamin,

dude i forgot to title this one too

since last i posted so much has happened. so much that i hardly know where to begin or if i can even try. i will try, though it might take m...