Thursday, October 7, 2010
I told my parents that for a first car I really would want a Jeep Grand Cherokee or a Jeep Wrangler. I wasn't expecting much but maybe something from 1980s maybe '90s but it was a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee! I understand it needs some work but that is fine with me! Plus I cant drive for a while anyway! I wasn't truly expecting a car till my dad got back from Iraq but they found it an they said they couldn't pass it up!:) My dad said I'm going to have to help him fix it up but I'm perfectly fine with that!!! My parents are the Greatest!!!!!
THANKS MOM AND DAD!
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
1. What is your favorite past-time?
- Looking for Angels- Skillet
2. Do you believe it's right to put others down to make you feel better about youself?
- Hero- Superchick
3. Would you have someone change themselves for you?
- Just the Way You Are-Bruno Mars
4. How would you describe yourself?
-Gotta Be Somebody- Nickelback
5. What is love to you?
- The Man That Can't Be Moved- The Script
6. How do you feel about what you believe?
- I Will Hold My Head High- Third Day
7. If your childhood best friend was moving away what would you tell them?
-Say Goodbye- Skillet
I encourage you to look up these songs, and answer these 7 questions yourself.
Monday, August 2, 2010
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
We are suppose to be making a difference, but we aren't. Its not that we don't try. Its that we WON'T. I don't understand that. I know we aren't perfect, and I know we sometimes make mistakes -just like everyone else- but that's no reason to just give in and conform to this world. I don't know about you, but I don't want to do it.
I will not conform.
I want to make a difference!
I want to do what I can now, because only God knows if there is going to be a later. I was not made to conform. I was made for something much greater!
Have you looked at our world and how messed up it really is? ....there are honestly no words. It makes me so mad! I've seen a lot of screwed up things. As a kid they tell you there isn't a lot you can do about it, but that is a lie. I know better than that, and so do you!
Friday, July 16, 2010
Adults are like children but with a little more experience on being child like. Their hearts are just as fragile as a child's. When an adult says, "I know how you feel," it doesn't seem the same. I mean adults just don't know what us teenagers are going through! Right?
They know exactly what you are talking about because they gossip, fight, tear people down, cry, hurt, and feel just like we do. You always feel like you can go to your friends for everything, but why don't we feel that way about adults?
As a kid I told my mom everything, but as I got older I started to feel like she just didn't understand me. When I reached 15 I finally figured it out. She wasn't the one that didn't understand, it was ME! Your friends might be loyal, but your parents are the most loyal people you could ever talk to. They will be there NO MATTER WHAT the situation is.
Adults are not perfect by any means, but nobody is. They have the same insecurities (and more), but they also love, laugh, and build others up like we do (and more).
Thursday, July 15, 2010
I think this all began on my 14th birthday when my aunt and I decided we were going to have a hang out day that never had to end. We called it a continuation day, and still do, but because of our unusual nicknames tater and bug (haha imagine that) it evolved to be called taterbug day:)
A taterbug day usually consist of:
-going to the movies
-trying weird sounding food that we have never eaten before
-going to fabulous boutiques and trying on fantastic accessories
-painting our nails
-brightly colored facials
-and sharing about what God is doing in our lives
Today taterbug day consisted of going to the gym then coming back home to eat vanilla ice cream topped with fresh blueberries. And yeah you probably guessed, MORE LAUGHING!