Friday, December 19, 2014

A Christmas Poem

One lonely night
A story began
The virgin gave birth
To God’s Holy Plan.

Look past the straw,
And into His face
The King of all kings
Is disguised as a babe.

Oh the mystery!
Why would God come down?
Be clothed in flesh and blood
Setting down His crown?
What caused Him to care?
Or walk this earth
To give hope to the sinners
To make us have worth?

History’s longing
Is finally here
The prophets foretelling
Has brought man great cheer

Angels rejoice
The world meet’s its King
Excitement is building
The shepherds go see

Oh the mystery!
Why would God come down?
Be clothed in flesh and blood
Setting down His crown?
What caused Him to care?
Or walk this earth
To give hope to a sinners
Or to make us have worth?

A star shone above
Pointing to Him:
The light to the lost
Found in their sin

A Light in the darkness
A gift from above
Giving us hope
That the Father still loved

Oh my history!
Why would God come down?
Be clothed in flesh and blood
Setting down His crown?
What caused Him to care?
Or look past myself
He showed love to a sinner
And gave the hopeless help.

But now when I think of Christmas
I think not of that night
It’s value in my heart
Has lost its worth over time

The excitement of His coming
The truth that was so near
Is lost in the holiday bustling
Inside I have a fear

Oh the mystery!
How could I forget?
The goodness of His love
The beauty of this Gift?
How I am ashamed
At the selfishness
Of looking past that sight
And to my Christmas list

Silent Night, the First Noel,
Sing not without thought
For today I will remember
The sacrifice, the lot

Of the baby King
Who was there before it began
Coming to save the world
Through a strange and beautiful plan

 Thanks for reading!
-Natalie =)

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Procrastination! Ekk!

Update! On this blog I'll be rotating every other week between writing poems, and also, attempting the "take a picture a day" challenge. I'll post one week's worth of photo's one week and a poem the next!

So I said I'm writing a poem a week because I want to improve. It's late because I have procrastinated on writing it and doing school (ahem, *cough cough*) Thus, I am commemorating this poem to my lifelong friend. Procrastination: Thanks for the memories of all-nighters, sleep deprivation, and despair of stressing.

The worst of enemies, best of friends
Whispers soothing lies
“Do it later! You know you can!”

Oh how I loathe his company
When time is ticking out
My stress brewing like coffee
While I sit there, stressing out!

 He’s a very loyal friend…
Until a deadline hits
Then he flees my company
And tells me “just deal with it.”

So today I’m going to tell him.
It’s time to say goodbye
But wait…how will I go on?
When he’s such a part of my life?

Dear Procrastination
Just leave my life! Goodbye.
Goodbye old foe of sleep!
You thought you were so sly!

But wait…I hear a noise.
I thought I was alone!
Procrastination’s angry for revenge
And has sent over his cousin—Postpone!

Ironically, I procrastinated while writing this. :) I hope I made you laugh, or snort, or chuckle a bit. Maybe I helped you to procrastinate on what you needed to be doing! I need to stop procrastinating on school-work, so.............................goodbye!








Sunday, November 2, 2014

Another Poem :)

Finally, I got around to writing another poem. I've decided I'm going to try to write a poem a week, because it's something I really enjoy and would like to get better at. Hopefully I won't bore you all!   Next week I'll write a funny one ;)
The storm swelled.

Thunder cracking, vibrating the land.

The sky darkened.

The wrath of God--his mighty hand.


Fulfilled the prophecies of old

To ransom the captured soul

By sending His precious Son

To bear the sin of the world.


Angles mourned,

Grieving the distress of their Maker.

Hands extended,

Creator nailed to His creation.


Beads of sweat pouring down

Searing cries of anguish

All for those who had the pride

To murder the God of Heaven


How can it be?

The rebel now claims

The right to be cleansed

And forgiven from shame?

Why did he come?

To be murdered, disgraced

And mocked by the ones

He came to save?


Water, blood.

A spear in His side

The King of Heaven

Is paying the price of my pride.


The promised One,

Son of the most-high God

Lowered into a hopeless grave

Buried under the sod


Oh for the tears of sorrow

Of those who loved Him most

Fleeing now in terror

Doubting the slightest hope.

Yet the grave had not power

Death not control

To bind the King of Heaven

Or to throw him off His throne


How can it be?

The rebel now claims

The right to be cleansed

And forgiven from shame?

Why did He care?

What love can this be?

This mighty king

Has given His life for me.


My sin has lost the battle

Defeated and utterly slain

Jesus of Nazareth—Son of God

Has conquered the sin that enslaved


Oh or the joy of the ransomed sinner

Whose burdened life--set free

May I ever live for Jesus

And serve the only King.
Thanks for reading!




Sunday, October 19, 2014

A Random Poem ;)

Can You redeem a life so broken?

Can You change a heart so hard?
Can You take a past so hopeless
And wash away the scars?
Will you give us hope in weary lands
and dry away the tears?
Pouring down sweet summer rains
In nomad lands of fear?
When the well runs dry and days are gray,
when we are captured, dragged away,
when light is blocked out of the sky
Will You take compassion at our plight?
Can You free a captive so enslaved?
Can You rescue sinners from the grave,
and strip away the masks that hide
the frightful truth—the shame that binds?
Yes when hope seemed lost,
when skies seemed gray,
did You even spare
Your son that day?
When He was sent down to our plight,
We so blind that we despised?
 And when we nailed Him to the tree
Did you look ahead to us and see
Our shameful, broken, hardened lives
Set on His shoulders—a searing sight
Did you see the sin that weighs me down?
And see the day that I’d be found?
You have redeemed a life so broken,
You have crushed the shame inside!
You have bridged the mighty gap
that kept me captive from Your side!
How now then could I doubt
The Arms still holding me?
I will choose to trust His love
For it is here that I find peace.
Thanks for reading! I've been trying to write more poems lately, and since I haven't posted on m blog in like a year, I figured this would be a good start in getting me back into the habit!

Thursday, May 1, 2014

I scream, you cream!

Hello there!
This week, I've been doing some more experimenting in the kitchen (more like tasting, but hey, everything counts!) and I adapted a recipe I found off the internet. Hey, it's almost summer, and I know I love ice cream. I decided to make a "healthier version" of this scrumptious treat!
It was (I just ate it while downloading the pictures=) really good! I guess I should name it? How about Berry Delight? No, that sound kind of corny. Hmm...I'll have to think about it. =) Since it was a mix of berries, I think I'll go with Blue Srasberry Ripple. I like original=)...although corny original defeats the purpose...kind of. Never mind! 
Oh well, I had fun making it anyway! 
Here's a rough estimate of what I put it: (I never measure exactly, probably the culprit of all my cooking disasters.) 
Step 1:
1 cup of frozen berries--any kind! Blue, raspberry, black berry, or  strawberry!
1 tbs honey
1 1/2 teaspoons lime juice
Roughly a tbs of milk
A squirt of vanilla 
Step 2:
Blend 'till smooth and creamy in a food processor (about five minutes). 
Step 3:
Eat with joy! (like in those chocolate commercials on TV, except not as weirdly!) 

Another exciting announcement! Our cat had kittens! Yeah!

I think they're really cute! This was at a few days old... they've since opened their eyes and have gotten a lot cuter! Hannah says they aren't cute! The audacity! I would argue to differ! 

That's all for now!
-Natalie- =) =) =)

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Photo Editing: Things I've Learned

The world of photography has been increasing in popularity and many are enjoying the leaps in technology that it's taken in the last couple of years...including me! Before I start,  I'll say this in the beginning: I am no expert! Just to make sure you know that. Here are some trial and error things I have learned from editing photo's. By the way, I use a program called Picasa. It's really the only program I've ever used, so I don't have a whole lot of experience with other software. I previously used the Window's Photo Editor, and then my dad downloaded picasa for me (I'm pretty sure it's a free program you can download).

The biggest thing I've learned, is: DO NOT OVER EDIT!
Okay, let me explain. The first time I found an editing program on my computer, I was super excited. I experimented with all sorts of different lighting and features. But because of lack of experience, I ended up ruining most of my photo's. I added too many shadows, and made the pictures overly bright with highlights, making the lighting look too vibrant and almost blinding.
 My experience with photography is that most people want their photographs to look professional. When I say "do not over edit" I mean that you want to enhance the lighting and effects without letting them "take away" from the beauty of the photo. Make the lighting look natural.
For example, here are two pictures. One is edited A LOT, while the other is edited to enhance. Can you guess which one is which?

Original photo:
 Photo #1
Photo #2

Personally, I like #2 better than #1. It's less blinding =). Maybe the example is a bit exaggerated, but hopefully you understand my point!

Lesson #2
This is something I've had to learn the hard way. Many a time, I've edited a photo and ruined it because I didn't make a copy of the original before I started "experimenting".

Lesson #3
Use crop! It's a great help. Although I don't suggest it as your main plan of action when taking pictures (meaning try to get a unique perspective on the item your photographing in the first place instead of just cropping it later...something I am still learning) I do think it's a great tool. Cropping helps let you get rid of excess picture space and directs the focus back to the main subject. For example, here is a picture I took:

There is lots of "excess space" in the picture.

So you can use crop to edit the picture and bring the main focus back to the flower AND make the perspective a little more interesting! I know on Picasa, and other editing programs, sometimes suggest different ways to crop the picture! Here's how I cropped it:

Lesson #4
Just have fun. Don't compare the pictures you take with the ones your friends or other photographers take, because that only discourages you! (I know!) Photography is all about capturing the moment and God's beautiful creation. Editing is another fun way to bring in the color your camera didn't capture! (or add color that wasn't there too!) Don't be afraid to experiment!

If you have any photography tips you want to add, feel free to comment below! I'm still growing in this area and I would love to learn more tips and tricks!
Thanks for reading!


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

This week: an overview of the highlights

Captives (The Safe Lands, #1)

After about 20 minutes of wasting time on the internet (it wasn't really wasting, just postponing (literally!) this post) I am finally sitting down to write a semi-organized couple paragraphs about my life lately. Well, starting off, you had better put your thinking caps on, because you'll probably will have a hard time following my thinking (because, yes! What in the world could I post about that wouldn't be random, you might ask yourselves!). So anyway, to start off, I've actually had a good week. I'm serious. It hasn't been crazy of stressful (praise the Lord!) and I've actually had time to read! Yes! *stands up and does an incredibly clumsy and what many might call lame dance*
Savanna loaned me a book, and so far, I'm enjoying it! It's called captives by Jill Williamson.

Another thing I am excited about, is I think our cat, Midnight, is pregnant. I'm almost positive (don't tell Hannah that. She is very skeptical of my abilities in diagnosing cats, due to some mistaken diagnosis's!=) (I don't even know if that is a word! This will be her first litter, so the kittens probably won't survive. I'm guessing that Midnight is due in about two weeks, although I could be way off.  =)

Hannah's Birthday was on the 10th (Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!) and I made her go on a treasure hunt to find her gift. *giggles with a hint of mischief* It was really quite hilarious watching her run around the house (I spaced the locations really far apart!=) hehe! Oh well, I made up for it. I gave her a frozen music book to play on the piano. I hope she liked it. Here are some of the clues I came up with. I had fun!

It seems to fly    
when I'm not looking
goes round and round
it's handles ticking

Answer: Clock

The smoke alarm's off again
I'm choked up with smoke
can't handle this cooking
It's gonna give me a stroke!

Answer: Oven

It growls and groans
In unsettling ways
but it's necessary to keep
the frostbite away

Answer: The furnace (it can be really creepy at night. It makes some strange noises!)

It runs without legs
It spins and purrs
Many have dreaded
this mile-length word

Answer: Treadmill

It causes nausea
And even despair
This mind twisting subject
Is hard on the hair

Pages and pages
of hateful equations
but on three twenty two
lies the next clue

Answer: Math book (look on page 322)

So anyway, I had fun with it. =)

Hannah has been watching Lord of the Rings with me! Finally! Guess what she said too? She told me she liked them okay! Yes!!!! I was excited. We watched half of The Two Towers last night. Finally I'll have someone to watch them with me!

I'd better get going! See ya!
Thanks for reading!

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Spring is here!?!?!?!

This week, I'm teaching a missionary story in the good news club Hannah, Kirk, Mrs. Weddle and I are teaching out at Riley. Prayers would be appreciated! It's been a really fun club to teach. The kids are really attentive and ask really great questions!
     I can't believe it's already April 9th! Spring IS here! Yippee! I went out and picked some of our daffodils yesterday! (okay, it made a pretty wimpy bouquet because they were the only flowers out, but, hey, they're cheerful!) I love flowers! I'm so glad it's spring. I was getting sick of winter;)
    Speaking of spring, we officially celebrated Hannah's birthday yesterday (since we'll be busy on her actual birthday tomorrow). I got her a pair of Nike shorts (they're light pink with a periwinkle and white stripe!) and my parents also got her pink shorts (hot pink) and a matching jacket. They're really cute. I think I'll have to bribe her to let me wear them (either that, or guilt her into it...just kidding!)
So anyway, that's mostly the extent or the exciting extent of my week....Oh yeah....I get to take the ACT on Saturday. Joy.  It's just for practice, but I'm still kind of nervous. Oh well, at least it isn't for "real" since I'm only a sophomore this year.
    I haven't gotten a whole lot of time to work on my room this week... I have a cork board and a white board/magnetic board that I want to hang up, but my dad wants to hang it "right". Plus, he doesn't want me using his tools (yeah, the thought of me with power tools is a little unsettling) because it seems like they always go missing after a project. Hee hee:) *guilty smile*
I'd better get going...
Until next time,

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


Hey there! This week has been a different sort of week! First off, Civics/Economics class ended last week, and hence, I don't have to go anywhere today (I have more time to finish school! Yeah!). Another thing about this week that's been out of the ordinary, is this Saturday, we burnt our land! Now it looks all black and kind of depressing, but in a couple of weeks, (since we burnt off all the dead grass) it will be green, and super pretty!
Here is a picture of mom watching them burn:
It's kind of blurry because I was taking it from our upstairs window!
Here's some of after the fires died out:

I've also been working on my room and that's been really fun for me. I'm not very good at figuring out what works, and what doesn't, (just ask anyone in my family! I've been coming up with some pretty hideous stuff! =) but it's fun for me to try. I bought a white board/ magnetic board at hobby lobby yesterday, but I have to wait for my dad to hang it for me. For me, patience is not a virtue that comes naturally! Well, as I was saying, I've been working on putting my room together! It's still kind of a wreck (from me pulling stuff out, rearranging furniture etc=) but here are some pictures of my bed in process! I moved it to try to maximize space!
I want to get some throw pillows that pull together the blue walls, and the corral sheets. And in case you're thinking "wow, her room isn't as bad as she says" you should see the other half! I have piles and piles of stuff that I shoved out of the way! I had to spend about 20 minutes cleaning up the small area that you see! So, on that note, I'd better go start cleaning up! Thanks for reading! Adios amiga's! 

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Hey everybody, I hope you're having a great week! My week has been pretty crazy (or so it seems) between finishing due assignments, preparing for a five day club etc, etc, etc=) I taught the bible lesson on Jephthah, (I'd never heard that story before!) and Hannah helped out with it. She dressed up as him (beard, bible costume and all!) and I get to interview her!  (She is so funny!=)

This week, I decided to change my room theme (from the accent color gray/chevron) and make the accent color a peachy-coral! I got sheets, and rearranged my room, and have been coming up with some fun ideas!

I also found some fun fabrics at Joanne Fabrics, so I'm pretty excited. One of them is lacy and white, and the other is a kind of burlap. I found the fabric on sale, and only paid 12.00! Yeah for sales!
Here is a picture of one pillow I sewed out of them. (Man, was this hard fabric to work with!)

Here is a picture of the other fabric!

 I am excited! Since I rearranged my room this Saturday, I have some more ideas (yes, I know, I know) although I haven't exactly finished all my other "in progress projects":)
Here's one I hope to work on this week! I found the idea on (surprise, surprise) pinterest!

Make a rug out of any heavy weight fabric and a rubber mat! wow!!!

I found a tutorial off  the blog "all parenting" It's instructions on how to recover old rugs! I'm gonna give it a shot this week! Hopefully it won't end up in one of those pinterest fail websites=)

Thanks for reading!

Friday, March 14, 2014

Another Random Post....=)

Hello! I hope you all have had an amazing week! Wow. I can't believe it's spring break! (well, in like 12 hours) I'm excited. I'll have to finish up some homework before I'm officially off, but I am excited!
As many of you know (probably all of you know!=) I've been in the process of re-decorating my room (sooo much fun!!!!!!). Here is my newest completed project: A chalkboard wall! I found white chalkboard paint too!!!!!

 Before/starting the first coat:

After the first coat:

The completed project after FOUR (long, long, )coats:

My goal for this wall, since it's right across from my bed, is to make it a quote wall (using magnetic paint or a cork board./verse of the day/ (chalkboard) calender/planning wall. We'll see how that turns out! I got the idea from a magazine!

Another thing I'm excited about is the father daughter banquet tomorrow! I got my dress from good will, and I love it! (whenever I find a good deal, I get excited!)
Here's a picture!

So anyway, I'm pretty excited! I love empire waist dresses!
Thanks for reading,

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Family Movies I Love

The Ultimate Gift (2006) Poster

It's hard to find a good family movie these days! Here are a few of my personal favorites!

One of my all time favorites is 'The Ultimate Gift.' 

Story line: Jason has grown up in a wealthy family all his life. Spoiled, and selfish, he doesn't know the true meaning of friendship, hard work, or sacrifice... Until his billionaire grandfather dies. In order to receive his inheritance, he must complete a series of tasks that unknown to him, each teach the vital lessons of hard work, generosity, and putting others first.

For a complete review go to:

Another family favorite:

'Gifted Hands'

Story line:
Gifted Hands tells the story of Ben Carson, one of the most gifted neurosurgeons in the world today.Growing up in an impoverished neighborhood, and in a mostly white school, it tells of his struggles to beat the odds, and his victories in medical science.

Another of my favorites:
'The Kid'

The Kid (2000) Poster
Story line:
Bruce Willis plays an unhappy and disliked image consultant. Then, an eight year old version of him appears, changing his life forever. The lies that shaped his life ever since he was a kid are beginning to crash to the ground. His life will never be the same again.

For a complete review, go to:

Thursday, February 27, 2014

An Interview With Myself

Hi everyone! I'm going to be a copy cat too... For this blog post, I'll share a little more about my self though questions that I'll answer! I've been enjoying reading every one else's! This was a great idea whoever it was that came up with it!

What is your full name, and what would you change it to if you could? My full name is Natalie Joy Peterman=) That's hard....I really like the name Makenzie!

What is the first thing you think in the morning? "Five more minutes!" *hits snooze*

What's the last movie you saw in theaters? FROZEN! I loved it!

What is the last movie you saw that made you cry?  The Kid! It's SUCH a good movie!

What's your favorite book of the Bible? Romans and Philippians...I also think Matthew and First John are also pretty cool though. =)

If you could live anywhere, where would you live? Probably where I live now! If I could move all my friends and everything I love with me, I'd live in Alaska for 2 months of the year, New Zealand for 5, and the Bahama's for the rest!

If you could go anywhere in the WORLD, where would you go? Definitely Paris, New Zealand, and Rome!

Favorite foods? Pizza, potatoes, watermelon,  and icecream!

Are there any foods that you don't like? Wow. Should I give this list alphabetically?  I HATE carrots! I also don't like green beans, lettuce, broccoli, peanuts and anything fishy! (I'm a really picky eater!)

What do you like to do with your spare time? I like to do anything crafty or creative! I love reading when I can find a good book, and I like to spend time outside when the weather is nice!

Facts that might surprise other people? I LOVE umbrella's. They're just so adorable!  I'm terrified of heights, and if I ever got a job, I would NEVER want to work in an office!

What is your favorite character quote? "Oh! Don't be a porcupine in a balloon shop!"- I don't remember the book's name! It was written by David Lewis though!

What is your favorite period in history to learn about? I like Roman, and early American History!

Favorite quote? 

I love this quote!

By mr albert eistein

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Hello there again! This week has been kind of strange. One day: sunny and 70 degrees, then next, sunny and 60, and then, what do ya know? Snow!  Thankfully it's stopped, and melting which is a very good sign! Man, am I ready for spring! Even though it snowed earlier today, guess what I found growing today? See for yourself!

Its growing! Green, finally! Although I love winter, I'm just about ready for it to be over! On that note, it's been a pretty good week. Well, excluding dissections...okay, they weren't that bad. I would have enjoyed them, but the stench really got to me. I was about ready to puke! Oh, so gross!=)

 Anyway, Some of this weeks highlights were thrift store shopping. I had a great find! I found this cute gray dress that  is really versatile... I was so excited!

Also, I found a sheet that I'm going to use as materiel for throw pillows in my room! It was only $1.50 too! 

It's been a great week overall! I'm so excited that it's been warmer this week! Spring is just around the corner! 

                                                      Thanks for reading!

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Snow Sorbet!

This week, I had absolutely no idea what to blog I decided to bake...(ahem, maybe "make" would be a better word choice) something before the snow melts...snow cream! (I've never tried it, but I've seen it on pinterest. So anyway, here's what was in it:

2 cups snow (it should have been freshly fallen snow, but unfortunately it wasn't)
1 tbs. sugar
1/2 cup milk
2 drops vanilla extract

Directions: Combine sugar, milk and vanilla. Drizzle over the freshly gathered snow and mix until even. If the proportions are off, you can keep adding snow and milk until the consistency seems right.

Surprisingly, it was better than I thought it would be.

After experimenting with that, I thought it would be fun to experiment and make up my own recipe.=) Mmmm. Citrus sounds wonderful, doesn't it? After some experimenting, I came up with this recipe.

Snow Sorbet

Time: 20 minutes                                                                       Serves two people

1 tbs. orange juice concentrate
2 drops lemon extract
1 1 tbs. water
2 tsp. sugar
1 cup freshly fallen snow (keep in the freezer until ready to combine!)

Combine the first four ingredients, and add them to the snow. Stir until even, and place in the freezer for 10 minutes or until the consistency is right!

Hope you enjoy it!

Friday, February 7, 2014

Room Redo!

Over Christmas break, I started on my 4-H project, decorating my room. Here's some pictures!

 <--- That's my "old desk" . Hannah decided to switch with me!

<--- I decided that I wanted to change the color scheme, but I also didn't want to have to paint my room. I decided on just changing the bedspread, and finding/sewing some fun throw pillows. This could change the feel of the room without spending a ton of money.

 As I already said, I decided to find a versatile bedspread so that if my taste were to change, (and it probably will!) I could easily switch it up.  By sewing throw pillows, I could bring in my accent color (gray) and save money! I asked mom to look for a white comforter, and here's what she found!
She also found some 5.00 blankets that I could cut up and sew into pillows! It's one of my favorite patterns! White and gray chevron!
Okay, I must admit, it was not the easiest stuff to sew with, and my seams aren't very even, but the pillows look fine (well, at least I think so!).

I also used an old, blue shirt we had and used the fabric from that!

                                Pinning and sewing!---->

So anyway, once all that was done, I decided to paint my desk. Hannah and I ended up switching desks, because her's was already white, and all I would have to do was touch it up with some paint. Here's the before pictures!

So anyway, I painted it, and guess what. Before I started, I didn't check the color to see if it matched with my bedspread. BAD IDEA! It turned out to be a creamish color, and it looked absolutely awful beside the bed. I decided there was only one option: repaint the desk. So that next day, I got to work. I checked the color this time! Here's the finished product!

Oh, I spray painted those letters and the vase on the desk! (My grandpa made the letters for me for Christmas two or three years ago!)

 All in all, I'm having a blast doing this! Although there is still more work to do, I'm looking forward to the finished product!

Coming in future posts:

Couch transformation!
(i.e. when I have money to do it!)

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Wow! I can't believe it's already February! Yikes! Time flies. Lately, things have kind of settled down (at least for me!), and it's really nice not to be terribly busy. Well, mostly this week I've been doing school. I have a biology test I have to take, and I'm kind of stressing about that. =) 
     One of this week’s highlights was a sleep over Hannah and I had...we decided last night (Friday) that we should have a sleep over, and we were going to pull an all-nighter watching  Jane Austen movies, but I kind of got tiered around there went that idea. It was really fun. We watched Jane Eyre (okay it's not Jane Austen, but it was fun) Mansfield Park and part of Persuasion... =) 
      Is anyone looking forward to the super bowl? I'm excited! Go Denver! Hannah and I made football cakes today...mine was a total flop, but hey! It will still taste good! You can't go wrong with peanut butter and chocolate! 
   We've been involved 4-H again and our club is doing a play for club days. Hannah and I are in it (yes, I'm not great at acting, but I still think it will be fun) and the script is hilarious! I'm playing an Egomaniac going on his first date.
     Speaking of 4-H, I started a project already! I’m redecorating my room (the only downside is I have to pay for everything…I never realized how expensive it can be!) Pictures will be coming! Right now, things are a little chaotic up there, and I think you might be scared by the mess! =) I didn't feel like painting the entire room, so I’m just changing the bedspread and finding some fun throw pillows. Hopefully it will give the room a whole different feel! I’d better sign off! Thanks for reading!