Story Time: Yelling at Drivers

Story Time: Yelling at Drivers

Yes I was yelling at drivers, but it was for their benefit. Let me explain… One day when my mom and I were coming home from someplace (I can’t remember where, but maybe Walmart). We took the freeway home. There was a black convertible driving in the lane to the right of us. The lady […]

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is about a boy, Greg, who is pressured into becoming friends with a girl–a girl who happens to have cancer. By becoming friends with her, he has to ditch his “system” of surviving high school. Don’t think it’s just another cancer book where the main two characters fall […]

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The Oldest Tree in the World

The Oldest Tree in the World

Have you ever wondered what the oldest tree looks like? I have. I was biking when I remembered a story a friend told me. Here’s how it went: a flourished green pine tree forest stretched for a good distance. All the trees were densely packed together; the width of the forest spanning afar in the […]

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Story Time: Singing in Public

Story Time: Singing in Public

To begin, I need to confess that I sing in the shower. I don’t really care if anyone else is listening. If I want to sing, I will sing. I don’t care if I’m in the shower, or in public, or in a public shower; I will sing. My family and I went camping over […]

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A World with Superpowers–-Flying (pt.1)

A World with Superpowers–-Flying (pt.1)

What you will be reading is the beginning of a series–a series called, “A World with Superpowers“. This series is where I write about the practicality, scenarios, and daily life of a world where certain superpowers exist. You can probably list a lot of superpowers off the top of your head:  flying, mind reading, super strength, speed […]

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Blogger Recognition Award

Blogger Recognition Award

Marieke Mills nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. Marieke Mills is a fantastic person and writer; she continues to write very informative blog posts on books. These posts are not only informative, but they are also with a fun to read because of  her personality in the writing.  You can check out her blog here.     […]

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You Need To Read These Easter Verses

You Need To Read These Easter Verses

Easter is the day of Jesus’s resurrection–the resurrection in which gives us sinners hope. Easter also exemplifies the might and power of God: Jesus defeating death and rising again to be with God the Father.   The entire bible is God’s word and is therefore is not only great but also perfect. I have some […]

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The Unknown Meaning of YOLO

The Unknown Meaning of YOLO

Have you ever heard of the word “YOLO”? Well, if you have not, YOLO is a newer word that the youth are saying. The word is an acronym meaning, “You only live once”. This can be a very controversial word because the majority of its users us the word as an excuse to have unwise […]

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Winter Adventures: Minnehaha Falls, MN

Winter Adventures: Minnehaha Falls, MN

I went off on an adventure exploring Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota. Being an adventurous spirit, I went off the trail and ventured down closer to the waterfall. Experience the frozen Minnehaha Falls with me through photography. I don’t know if the risk of exploring other places is the same as this waterfall in winter. This waterfall is dangerous […]

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Why Summer Should be Shorter

Why Summer Should be Shorter

By the title I bet you’re thinking, “Um, Brianna, why would we want to delimit our time enjoying summer?” and I understand where you’re coming from. I absolutely love summer too. Everyone has gone to school at some point in their life. If you continued your schooling, you would know that school is tiring. Not […]

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