Friday, April 30, 2010

Planting Chums:: Four Fun Facts!

4 - Four Fridays of CONNECTIONS (forging friendships)
So Hannah from Aspire, an awesome blog by an awesome girl, is hosting this cool giveaway on her blog! You remember Hannah, of course! She was featured in an interview here, on my blog!

So, this is the LAST week to do this, and yes, I've been lazy and watching others do this. Since it's the last week, I thought I'd get involved.

This week's challenge? Post FOUR fun facts about yourself.


1. I am a first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, so don't get me mad! Heehee, just kidding. I don't hit people on impulse... most of the time ;)
Seriously, I'm just happy to know how to defend myself and keeping my laziness from showing in pounds.

2. I abhor powerpoint presentations where it's waaay too flowery, I can't read the words due to color choices, the people presenting just read what is on their powerpoint, and when there are too many animations. It can get incredibly maddening for me. I just wanna scream, "I think I can read, considering I'm past second grade, people! Tell me interesting stuff so exciting you didn't want to put in on your powerpoint!!!"

3. I have been called a mini M&M before. I'm tiny, cute, and sweet... or so people think. MWAHAHAHA! Just kidding, I'm actually much nicer in person. It is good to keep a diabolical mind secret, no? AGAIN, just kidding, folks.
*puts on fake accent* Ze girl iz crazy, no?

4. I lip sync a LOT. I cannot sing to save my life, I assure you. So, I lip sync. I'm actually pretty good at it.

God Bless,

Randomness Friday: Hiccup!

Welcome to Randomness Friday! It's my day of fun, craziness, and randomness!
 Please welcome to AGoMC...

grace beiber!!!

Thanks so much, Grace, for following! I couldn't find a link for you, but if you read this post and comment your link, I'll be sure to fix it! :)
Okay, so I just saw my FIRST EVER 3d movie! And, I have to admit, it was pretty awesome! There was only about one time when I felt I could reach out and touch something, but it's still pretty cool.

What movie did I see?
 Yesssss! It was definitely a good movie experience, and an even better 3D experience!

Meet Hiccup, a not-so-normal viking. He's pretty weak and disaster-prone, and he has a hard time with his dad. All because he can't kill a dragon. But all of that changes the night he manages to shoot one down.
Find the dragon, kill it, and bask in the glory.
Sounds simple, right?
Well, not so much...

This movie was AWESOME! I loved the storyline, the characters, and I was pretty surprised at how clean this movie really was, compared to Dreamwork's other projects. There was a lot of violence, so I wouldn't really recommend those under ten going to the movie alone. But Hiccup is a great, believable character and wow, Toothless the dragon is just so incredible! The effort put into this movie shines, and I highly recommend this movie!

This week I had the most incredible workout. Perfect in every way!
We had fun, crazy music, lots of sweat, and a ton of pain afterwards.
See, I love the days when people push themselves, not to the point of utter exhaustion, mind you, but a day where you feel as if you've lost some uneccesary weight by having a good time.

I love those umbrellas with the rainbow colors. I just feel like twirling them and twirling them, with my big yellow rainboots on. I'd sing and spin...

Please note that this is NOT my image
Props to my sister [Artista]. I promise you, that girl can really make stuff with clay... Figurines like horses, angels, people... She even made this awesome-looking Jesus sculpture! All so effortlessly... meticulously... artistically.

Then there's me, the sore artistic thumb of the family. I can draw some, but I can't paint or sculpt to save my life.

Even something simple...

God Bless,

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Interview: Laurea!

Today I get to feature an AWESOME blog and amazing blogkeeper, [Laurea]! [Laurea] is the blogger of Center Stage, and I recommend checking out her blog. It's really beautiful! Be sure to click on the button below to check it out, after the interview, that is! ;)

If you are interested in being interviewed by me on AGoMC or in interviewing me for your blog be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to read the specifics
Now, the INTERVIEW! =)
Prism: What are your hobbies?
Laurea: My hobbies are, in no particular order: Blogging (what a surprise), playing on Photoshop, playing tennis, soccer, cooking, playing Guitar Hero (though not obsessively!), listening to music, going to plays, reading, shopping, getting decent grades, playing the flute, playing piano, hanging with friends, making random crafts, saving the planet, etc.

Prism: Why did you pick "Center Stage" as your blog's title?
Laurea: Actually, when my blog first began in October, the name was Random Boulevard. I thought at the time that it was going to just be a random, crazy blog about my life. In December I decided to make it more refined and less random. So I wanted my blog's title to suit me--a Broadway loving little computer geek. :)

Prism: What is your favorite animal?
Laurea: My favorite animals are definitely dogs, especially small dogs. I'm going to adopt dogs from the Humane Society when I'm older. I hope to get a degree in college in Law Enforcement so I can work at the Humane Society.

Prism: Do you have a favorite musical?
Laurea: Les Miserables is definitely my favorite musical. Do I use "definitely" too much? *shrugs* Anyway, The Phantom Of The Opera and Wicked are not close behind. Phantom's music and lyrics are so breathtaking, but I find the plot to be somewhat confusing at times. And Wicked was amazing. The plot takes place before the Wizard Of Oz and it explains the events and characters of the Wizard Of Oz in such a unique way.

Prism: What would you say is the main theme of your blog?
L: That's a toughie. My blog doesn't have one straightforward theme. Photography is a huge element of my blog. I also just like posting about things that I love (or don't love). And of course, Broadway's in there. Hense the musical layout (that I designed myself!).I guess one of the themes of my blog is just showing people who I really am.

P: Do you have any pets?
L: No, but I wish I did! I really want a hamster, or a cockapoo, or even a goldfish. I used to have guppies. They kept having baby guppies, so I had guppies constantly for about 4 years. Then, the last guppy, Vishiswaz, died. I've been trying to convince my parents to let me get a golddfish named Winfield. Too bad they think I'm joking. :D

P: Summer or winter?
L: Winter! I LOOOVE the cold. The clothes are cuter in summer, but I hate that hot sweaty feeling. A perfect day for me would be between 20 and 60 degrees. So I'm definitely (there's that word again!) a winter person. Plus hot chocolate tastes so much better in winter!

P: Who is your favorite author?
L: Hard question. I don't exactly have one. Erin Hunter was probably my favorite in 5th and 6th grade, but I honestly don't like the Warriors series much anymore. I love fiction/fantasy more than nonficion, so I'd probably say Scott Westerfeld or J.K. Rowling.

P: Roses or daisies?
L: Red roses! Daisies are cute and playful, like me, but I've always been a romantic person deep, deep, DEEP down. But not too over-the-top in love. :) There's even roses in my header. :)

P: What is/was your favorite subject in school?
L: My favorite subject in school is Latin. People usually give me weird looks when I tell them this. It really is easy if you review it a lot. And you have to review it A LOT. There's 30 different endings (that I know of right now) for nouns ALONE. So making mistakes is pretty easy. I love the fact that I can walk around the house and speak in rather choppy Latin sentences and no one will know what I'm saying. :D

P: Thank you, Laurea!
L: Thank you SO MUCH for doing this, Prism! I had a blast!

Want to be interviewed or interview me?
Email me at:
girlofmanycolors *at* gmail *dot* com
with the subject line "INTERVIEW" and with your blog address somewhere in the body of the email. After checking to make sure your blog is clean, I'll contact you about dates and the interview itself.

God Bless,

Friday, April 23, 2010

Randomness Friday: Will YOU Take the Dare?

Welcome to THE shortest Randomness Friday in the history of...well, Randomness Fridays.

Here it is:

I dare you to... count the number of people you make smile tomorrow.

No need to report it to me or anything, just a fun thing to do. The numbers of people who smile back when you do will be enough to make your day!

God Bless,

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Interview: Rachel!

Today's featured blogkeeper is Rachel T. of Girlz of Faith!  Through the various posts in her blog, Rachel reminds girls that they aren't just girls, they're girls of faith! I often frequent her blog to read, and I recommend you do the same!

Please remember that I will not be conducting any more interviews until the month of May (which isn't too far away). Once May starts, I'll open it up for prospective interview-ees to e-mail me. Guys, girls, young, old, you're all welcome to join in. I may even request an interview from you.
Now, the highlight of this post!

Prism: Why did you decide to start blogging?
Rachel: Well, I was fully introduced to blogging when I was about...probably seven. (The blog I had was VERY minor.) But, by the time I turned ten, I found it slightly more difficult to have a good relationship with God. That's when I realized that I wasn't the only one who went through that. So I created Girlz of Faith to help girls, just like me, live for God.

Prism: Pink or blue?
Rachel: Pink. Hot pink, though. Not like, light pink or anything like that...

Prism: What do you post about the most on your blog?
Rachel: I'd probably say that I post more about what's going on with my life, but I'm starting to do some devotional posts.

Prism: How does being a Christian influence your life, even more your writing?
Rachel: Although I was saved when I was six, I can't remember life without Jesus. It doesn't really influence my life. it IS my life. When I write, I try to do it in a way that spreads a Godly message to people like me.

Prism: Where would you go for your dream vacation?
Rachel: Evansville, Indiana. It's a random place, but I think it's kinda cool. =)

Prism: If you could have any talent in the world, what would it be?
Rachel: Gymnastics. It looks so fun! But, it's difficult for me to do, so, yeah.

P: Snow or sun?
R: I love both!

P: What is/was your favorite subject in school?
R: Reading, because I'm currently getting to choose the books. =)

P: What is your favorite/life bible verse?
R: 2 Corinthians 4:6: For God, who said, 'Let light shine out of darkness' made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of the Glory of God in the face of Christ."

P: Describe yourself?
R: I write all the time...and I'm random. =P

P: Thank you so much, Rachel!

God Bless,

Monday, April 19, 2010

Review of How Should a Christian Live?

  How Should a Christian Live? is a devotion for teens that covers lessons that can be taken from 1 Corinthians through 2 Thessalonians. This book is from a series of devotionals written to accompany the Word of Promise: Next Generation Audio Bible CD(s) that have recently come out. I'll cover the specifics later about the number of pages and the CD later.

  This book is really well done. As a teen, I found it visually appealing with its colors, activities, and lessons. I enjoyed taking a break once in a while to do a crossword puzzle that involved words from a certain lesson or unscrambling words of a verse. It was fun, and I think it's a great idea. I also really liked listening to the audio portion enclosed. Although I didn't recognize the actor who portrayed Paul, I enjoyed the way the reading was put together.

 Although this devotional seems to be made for personal use (there's a journal section along with each lesson), I think it would be great as a youth group study. The leader could own a "master copy" with answers and the CD, and the students could each own a copy of the book. This way students can discuss their thoughts with their peers or teacher and delve deeper into the Bible. Personally, I think it would have been more fun to go through this devotional with my friends.

  I did have a few problems with this book. I kept on seeing words like "success", "safe and secure life", and "enjoyment", but at the same time, I saw words about being satisfied with Jesus and about life being about pleasing Him, not ourselves, and things about life not really being about success.
I felt as if the book was sending mixed messages, as if the author was not sure about what to say.
Also, the book alludes to many passages to the Bible, but it doesn't always give references. I would have preferred even a footnote about where to read about it.
Moreover, I felt as if the content of the book wasn't deep. I felt as if it would be better for a teen who is just starting his or her walk with Christ, but reading it was nothing but a benefit.  

All in all, I give this book a 4 out of 5.

Specifics (from
1 Paperback Book, 1 Audio CD

176 pages
12 sessions
Features include: GET-IT (help to understand difficult concepts); GRAB-IT (how does this look in your own life); HOLD-IT (how to maintain in everyday life); GIVE-IT (how does this affect others in your life); DEFINE-IT (in-depth look at key words); and LIVE-IT (presentation of ideas, questions, challenges to support each session's content).

CD: Audio Bible books 1 Cor-2 Thes.

NOTE: This book was provided to me by Thomas Nelson Publishers. 

God Bless,

Friday, April 16, 2010

Randomness Friday: Haunted by the Gram Stain...

Welcome to Randomness Friday! I feel as if its been forever since I've posted one of these, but I just missed last week. I feel oh-so-random this sunny day. How about you?

Please welcome this week to AGoMC...*drumroll*




It's wonderful to have you all here!

So... About the Gram stain. It's this procedure thingy used to identify bacteria by using their cell wall's chemical properties (peptidoglycan vs. lipids). *suddenly feels a smidge smarter* Purple dye and red dye are used in the procedure, and it can be pretty messy if you're not careful.

I mean, purple streaks all up my arm ya'll... I was not amused.

But since being introduced to the procedure, I've been seeing it everywhere! And by everywhere, I mean it. In classes other than the one class I originally learned it, I see purple and red everywhere, and I suddenly see a lot of info. about germs in my normal, unassuming life.

Knowing bacteria live all over me is just a teensy bit unnerving...

*stares at arm*
They're aliiiiiive! S. epidermidis!!! Auuuugh!

Lysol, anyone?

Anyone want to join my War on Allergies?
Just kidding... But seriously, ya'll... They stink.

Itchy eyes, running nose, sinus headaches... I even have to keep my distance from my beautiful dog!

This is why I am not the biggest fan of spring.

Random facts about Prism:
M&Ms have always been my favorite candy.

I've always wanted to start spelling favorite as "favourite" but never really got it started...

I L-O-V-E British accents. Like, so much.

I tend to use sarcastic humor more than anything else.

Until next week~ Have a good weekend everyone, and I'll see you on Monday!

God Bless,

Thursday, April 15, 2010

~Awesome Giveaway & Random Answers~

Eldarwen Failariel is having this totally awesome blog party over at The Faithful Elven Princess! Get this- you can enter for a free copy of Owl City's Ocean Eyes! Wahoo!
Click on the link or button in my sidebar to go there and party!

Fun Q&A by Eldarwen

1) How old are you?
*shifty eyes* That's classified.... But if you must know, at times I feel so tired I feel like I'm 70, I sometimes eat too much sugar and act like a 3 year old, but at times I'm just your normal teenager!

2) What name do you go by on blogger?
The Weirdo that Posts all of the Random Stuff... Just kidding! ~Prism~ is the name, randomness is the game!

3) When is your birthday?
It's a number... I think... or is it a color? A state? A letter? Oh, oh, dear... 

4) If you could live anywhere in the world, besides where you live now, where would it be?

5) How did you find out about Blogger?
Through the bestest girl, Maiden of Emmanuel!

6) Tell us something interesting about yourself:
I've been to the Taj Mahal, but it was soooo hot because they make you walk barefoot around the Taj, so it was sooooo hot and my feet hurt soooo bad...

7) What was your favorite toy when you were little?
This electronic ball thing that had these flashing lights, high pitched woman's voice talkin' all the time, and mirrors! Hel-lo, baby toy paradise!

8) What is your favorite meal? Have you ever cooked/helped cook that meal?
Ack! I love food too much that I cannot pick just one. I've cooked lasagna before. It took forever, but it was pretty yummy!

9) If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
Not sure on that one. I have my flaws, but it's what makes me, strange as I am, me!

10) Are you an outside person, or an inside person?
Me + outside= MAJOR allergies and a not-so-happy camper!

11) Are you a mommy's boy/girl, or a daddy's boy/girl?
Probably a mommy's girl AND daddy's girl... Certain situations call for specific parent. Teehee! 

12) In one word, describe the feeling you get when you stub your toe, after just being told by your parents that you are grounded for the next month:
Same as always... I'm pretty klutzy in the first place... Probably got grounded after tripping and breaking something valuable anyway.

13) Let's say you TP'd your friend's house (for those of you who don't know what TP'd stands for, it means toilet papered. As in, put toilet paper on their trees, cars, house, porch, etc.). If someone asked you why you TP'd your friends house, you would:
 Grab my head, make a crazy face, and scream, "The voices!!! They voices!!! They...they made me do it!"
Then I would scream and run around in circles until they walked off, pondering why they even asked in the first place...

14) Have you ever gone swimming in deep, dark, dirty water?
Ick. No. After what I've learned in the past year about microorganisms? 

15) Have you ever dreamed about getting ready to leave the house, and forgetting to get your pants on?
Uh, no. I may be weird some times, but not THAT weird! ;)

16) Have you ever done something so ridiculous, that you wish you'd never done it? If so, what?
Yes, on a daily basis. I can't think of a particular one at the moment, but if you follow me around for a day you'll see what I mean.

17) Imagine that you saw a purse snatching. What would you do?

a. scream and run away

b. move out of the state/country

c. tackle the purse snatcher to the ground.

d. ignore it, start whistling, and turn the other direction.

C! TACKLE! I would tackle the purse snatcher and then lecture the criminal on the sin of taking a woman's most treasured possession.

18) How many friends do you have on blogger?
A lot, and I think all of them are awesome!

19) What makes blogging so much fun for you?
Just being able to share my crazy musings brings me a lot of joy. As for the joy of my readers, I have no clue if they find me fun. 

20) You're a turtle, who has bet that you can win a race with a rabbit. How does it turn out?
 It's epic! I, after crawling along the first two minutes, suddenly reach inside my shell and pull out a... ninja headband thingy! I put it on and fly my way to the finish line, a whole minute before the silly, non-ninja rabbit does! I laugh and dance, then graciously bestow the winner's trophy to the silly, non-ninja rabbit, assuring him that my awesome ninja-ness is all the reward I need. 

Wow... was I random today...

God Bless,

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Interview: Shaynie!

Today I have the honor of interviewing an amazing person, Shaynie from The Book Blog! This amazing blog is filled with reviews of clean books for young adults to read and enjoy without having to worry about the negative elements popular in today's society! I highly recommend visiting her blog!

Quick note: I will not be accepting interviews until the month of May. For those of you who I have already promised an interview, will be on schedule, and I apologize for any late e-mails or inconvenience. I hope to have it on full swing during the summer, though. Perhaps a whole week of interviews? We shall see, but I thought I'd give you all an update.

Now, what we've all been waiting for, the interview!

Prism: How did you first get interested in blogging?
Shaynie: Well, my aunt started a blog last year or so, which inspired me to start a private family blog. And since I love books so much, why not have a book blog? I found very few book review blogs that cater to middle grade/YA fiction. Well, there are some, but they don't care about keeping the books clean. So I thought, why not start one myself?

Prism: Summer or winter? Why?
Shaynie: Summer, definitely! I hate cold weather, rain, and snow. I could live in San Diego or Florida where it's summer all year round! There's nothing like the smell of fresh cut grass, lightning bugs, and a warm summer evening...ahh!! There's nothing more inspiring.

Prism: Are you a cat person or a dog person?
Shaynie: Well, when I was young, I loved dogs. I still do like chihuahua's, but if I had my choice, I'd prefer a cat. They're so soft and cuddly. :D

Prism: What is your favorite type of book?
Shaynie: My favorite books are Holocaust fiction. I really love reading/learning about the Holocaust.

Prism: What is your favorite fiction book?
Shaynie: My favorite fiction book is Phoenix Rising by Karen Hesse. From the jacket: "Part love story, part coming of age, this is a tour de force by a gifted writer." I couldn't agree more.

P: How often do you post on your blog?
S: Usually about 5-6 days a week. I review a book right after I finish it, and I usually read at least one book a day. Posting regularly keeps regular readers. :)

P: If someone gave you one thousand dollars, what would you say to them?
S: "Thank you from the bottom of my heart, wonderful person who bestowed to me so much money. Could you please give me a ride to Target?"

P: How do you review books on your blog?
S: I go to the library and pick up books with my blog in mind (meaning I make sure they seem clean, etc.) then I read them and see from there if they're worthy to be reviewed or not. If they have a lot of language and/or romance, I don't review them.

P: What is your favorite color?
S: Hmm....that's a tough one. But I'd have to say red.

P: Music or sports?
S: Music, definitely. I don't play any music (except a couple chords my brother taught me on the guitar) but I love to listen to music.

P: Thank you so much for your time, Shaynie!
S: I hope you enjoy my blog! I love reading and love books, so this is just an outlet. I also love feedback. Don't lurk; tell me what you think! I am also open to suggestions for book reviews and just feedback in general. Thanks, Prism, for featuring me here!


God Bless,

Monday, April 12, 2010


I don't know why, but I've had this song stuck in my head for the past couple of days. It's totally awesome.

Robbie Seay Band

Have you ever had a dream so big no one else could see
But you believed it was possible to be anything you wanted to
Believe me when I say that you are not alone today, no
I have been there too

When the whole world seems to turn its back on me
All alone out on the sea
I need a miracle, I need a miracle
When life don't seem to make sense at all
I believe you hear me when I call
I need a miracle, I need a miracle

Have you ever stared death in the face
So close you could hardly breathe in
And you cry out to God for mercy to prevent the fall
There are very few words to say
When you can't see another day
Oh, my heart beats again

When the whole world seems to turn its back on me
All alone out on the sea
I need a miracle, I need a miracle
When life dont seem to make sense at all
I believe you hear me when I call
I need a miracle, I need a miracle

When the lights all seem to come crashing down
All alone, no one around
I need a miracle, I need a miracle
When life dont seem to make sense at all
I believe you hear me when I call
I believe, I believe
And I believe though I can't see
Now I believe, I believe
And I believe, I still believe

When the world the world seems to turn its back on me
All alone out on the sea
A miracle, oh God I need a miracle
When life dont seem to make sense at all
You always hear me when I call
I need a miracle, oh God I need a miracle

When the whole world seems to turn its back on me
All alone out on the sea
I need a miracle, I need a miracle
When life dont seem to make sense at all
I believe you hear me when I call
I need a miracle, I need a miracle

Oh, and I have been there too
Believe, believe...
Oh, and I have been there too

God Bless you all,

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Interview: Dreamstar!

 Today I have the privilege of interviewing Dreamstar, owner of Wings of a Horse!
If you are interested in being interviewed by me on AGoMC or in interviewing me for your blog be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to read the specifics
Now, without further ado, here is the interview!

Prism: What is your favorite game?
Dreamstar: Huggermugger, I must admit. It's great fun once you get the hang of it! It has a funny name, I know, but my parents played it when they got married! I have only played it once, and it is very difficult, but very fun also! Huggermugger is like a trivia game, and there are questions I don't even know because I haven't encountered them yet!

Prism: If you were to pick the theme song of your life, what would it be?
Deamstar: A theme song of my life is super simple, my fave song "Wild Horses" by Natasha Bedingfield. Absolutely lovely, and it describes everything I would want to do! It seems like that song was written, for me!

Prism: What is your favorite part about your blog?
Dreamstar: My favourite part about my blog must be my followers and my design(background, ect.) My followers and their comments thrill me knowing that they like what I post. I try to do my best with my posts, but sometimes I don't get that many comments, so I just try to think of what my followers would like to read. I try to make my blog look attractive and beautiful with the designs. Because if a blog looks good, you may get more readers because then it looks more interesting. Of course I like everything about my blog, but comments and my followers make my day!

Prism: What's the funniest thing that ever happened to you?
Dreamstar: lol. The funniest thing that ever happened to me was just last Summer Break! me and my friend were at this horse camp, and it was the end of the day. We were waiting with these two other girls for our parents. We all had pop, because we could buy pop there. So were were laughing and all that. Then one of the girl's said something half funny right as I took a drink of pop, Coco-Cola. I laughed, and the pop came out my nose! The whole mouthful! It was so funny, cause all you saw was pop dripping out my nose, and a puddle in my hand. That must be one of the funniest moments in my life.

P: Do you play any instruments? If not, do you participate in any sports?
D: Hmm....well, I have absolutely one favourite sport. That would be horse-back riding. It's a thrill and an honour to be able to ride on those magnificent creatures. Horses are so majestic, and mostly free. Horses can never be held back, they have power, beauty and freedom. I go horse-back riding every Sunday, on a horse named Aladdin, the bets horse in the world to me. :)

P: What kind of horse is Aladdin?
D: Aladdin is a bay Thoroughbred Stallion. I'm not exactly sure if he is a Stallion still, but pretty sure! :) Thoroughbreds are mainly used in horse racing. Aladdin used to be a racer. he has a white spot on his leg because when he was racing, people inject stuff into the horses so they can't feel pain. It takes 10 injections to create a white spot, and Aladdin has a pretty big one. His FULL name is Prince Aladdin, but everyone calls him Aladdin. Aladdin isn't the nicest horse, but he's the perfect horse for me! He has a very big attitude. He hates other horses behind him. If we're doing a lesson(we sometimes go on trail rides), and he's leading the little group, he will stop and kick out at the other horse! Of course I am getting better at controlling him. I have been riding him for two full years this June or July! He is the *counts* fifth? horse I have ridden, and so far, my favourite. I get very emotional if my instructor ever suggests changing horses! She hasn't for about a year, but last summer, Aladdin was being a pain, and she wanted me to switch horses. I obviously said no. Aladdin is the best, and I hate seeing other people riding him. I could have not asked for a better horse. I wish he was mine! He's 20+ years old, but still going strongly. He's my boy, and I never want any other horse to be. :) I could talk about Aladdin for so long, but I won't. Way too long! :) One more thing: Aladdin's the best. :)

P: Favorite fiction book?
D: Ohhhh! VERY hard one...I have two absolute FAVOURITES! They are both beautiful. War Horse by Michael Morpurgo and A Dog's Life(the autobiography of a stray) by Ann M. Martin. I have read each book a ton of times. I could read them until the end of time. Both are great, and I would recommend them to anyone who loves animals, or a great story!

P: Would you ever want to go surfing?
D: Surfing...well the ocean scares me quite a bit now, so I think that would be a no! Surfing to me, sure, it seems fun, but I would never really want to try it. It seems really risky, and what if their is a Shark nearby!? lol. Sharks scare me greatly. I know there is a small risk o being attacked, but still! Also the waves, I hate being swept under by them. Being pulled away by the retreating water. It feels like you will never come back! So going on a large wave...don't think it's the right thing for me!

P: What is your favorite color?
D: My favourite colour is easy, BLUE. If you were ever to see me, I would most likely be wearing blue. :) That colour makes up most of my wardrobe, but I do have other colours that I wear, but mostly blue. Blue is the colour of the sky, and the sky is absolutely beautiful! It holds so many mysterious. Space is black, but the sky is blue. Weird? Isn't it? So ya, I think blue is a lovely colour and have for a long time. So it must be my favourite colour!

P: What do you post about the most on your blog?
D: I don't really post specific things of Wings of a Horse(WOAH), just sort of random posts each time! I try to post about my life a bit, but that fails miserably. :) I love writing, but for some reason when I try to think of what to post, I freeze up! it's like my brain bails on me, and leaves me to figure it out on my own! I really don't know what happens, but I just try to post about stuff as often as I can. I never seem to get good ideas, or make long posts, but I don't think that matters much. It's the thought that counts? Right? I'm glad my followers still keep up with me though!
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God Bless,

Friday, April 2, 2010

Good Friday

I pray you remember what is so important about this day. I know I already posted a post today, but what today is must be remembered. God sacrificed Himself for His creation. What a Savior!

Remember the sacrifice, but do not mourn. Good Friday is not the end of the story! Easter is coming. Praise Jesus for what He has done!

God Bless,

Randomness Friday: Wacky Voices...

Don't worry, I'm not going crazy. I'm not hearing these weird voices in my head or anything, but rather on my television...

You're probably thinking, "Care to clarify, Prism?"

Children's programming. Have you ever noticed that the majority of children's programs out there have characters that look pretty different and have some of the weirdest voices? I'm not saying the voice actors sound funny, I'm just saying the way the manipulate their voices sounds somewhat...unnatural?

Am I the only one who thinks that characters in children's TV shows sound like they've sucked on helium or something?

It's officially been a year since we've adopted my Lil' Sis from India. You may want to go back in my posts a year to see the chronicles of it all, but I can assure you, it's been an amazing ride.
I can't believe it... A year already!

♥ you forever, Lil' Sis!
Often people look at me in disbelief (both in the blog world and real life) when I say I'm in Tae Kwon Do, and that I'm a black belt.
I find it quite amusing at the reasons...

"Dude, you're tiny!" (*glares* When did that ever stop anyone?)
"You're too sweet!" (*snicker* You sure 'bout that?)
"You're too quiet!" (*yells* No, I'm not! *grins*)
"You're too girly!" (*yelp in surprise*)
"You're too delicate!" (Oh, puh-leeze)
or, just:
"You're doing what?!"

But I love it! I mean I've worked so hard, cried numerous times, hurt myself, gotten sore muscles, and yes, even bled to get where I am today. But I find great joy in it for some reason. Whenever I nail a kick, memorize a whole form, or fend off sparring partners, I know I'm getting a good workout, learning self-defense, and having a blast!

Besides, there's nothing sweeter than the loud slap of a kicking paddle when you just nail that roundhouse kick...

God Bless,
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