Hi there! You probably noticed I haven’t been blogging all that much lately. (It’s pretty much non-existent.) The main reasons why I haven’t been posting anything is because I have been lazy. Yes, I admit it. I’m just a lazy bum. But I also have to admit that I don’t have as much time to… Continue reading Life Update: Transferring Schools, New Projects, & Hello Summer!
Hello there, friend! It’s been a while, I know. What else do you expect from me nowadays? I hope you all had a Happy Holidays and started your New Year off great! I’ll be honest. I didn’t like 2016 all that much. It wasn’t my best year yet. I think 2014 was my favorite… Continue reading Last Few Months of 2016
Welcome to my new blog!
We have successfully migrated from Blogspot to Wordpress. I spent a lot of time going over each blog post to make sure they were in the correct format, but there are still some posts that look funky. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t fix it. I’m only one person. I hope you’re all okay with some old blog posts looking weird. The good news is that my future blog posts will all be in the correct format! Woo!
Hey, friend! You probably already guessed from the title what this post is going to be about. I’m sure you’ve noticed I haven’t posted anything since late-July. And if you followed me on Odyssey, you probably noticed I stopped writing articles on there as well. So what’s happening? What’s going on with Sally? First thing… Continue reading Life Update: Quitting Odyssey, Back to School, & Blogging Plans!
Happy Saturday! Last Saturday a group of my friends and I decided to go on a picnic because why not? Picnics are fun and cute and counts as a physical outdoor activity – right? It’s better than sitting in all day, binge watching Malcolm in the Middle. (Currently on Season 7 – the last season. No shame.)
Plus, the best part about picnics? They’re free! Well, for the most part. Location is free, activities are free, and company is free. (Unless you need to buy your friends, in that case, company’s not free and you should probably get new friends.) The only thing that costs $$$ is transportation, unless you decide to walk to a nearby park, and the food might be a little pricey, but we decided to go potluck style and all bring something of our own.
When I was younger I wanted to become an artist. Someone who draws and paints and creates amazing artwork for people to gaze and awe at. But why did I really want to become an artist when I was younger? What peaked my interest to pursue a career in it? To put it simply – I liked the attention.
I’ve always been a fan of stories. I love hearing them, writing them, creating them. They’re everywhere, and I find that so special. So I’m currently on my summer vacation and unfortunately I have absolutely nothing to do. That’s right!
I’m not in summer school, and I don’t have a summer job or anything like that. Instead, I am 100% free all the time. Sounds amazing, right? Especially since I can now focus on writing my stories and refining the ones I have now.