Thursday, November 18, 2010

Up to early and nothing to do!

Well, that's not exactly true...I should be working on school. But what normal kid, or teen for that matter, ever wants to do school?
I definitely am up to early though, I love it.

I'm definitely more of a morning person, although I love being a night owl too. It's because there isn't much going on. I mean, don't get me wrong, I love my family but one can only take so much of them! If you know what I mean...
Wanna-be quiet personalities like quiet. =)

The less people the better, because it's quieter, calmer, peacefuler. Wait that's not a word...anyways. I say people scare me. That's not exactly true. They don't scare me they just...well, scare me. =)

I absolutely love watching people. Love, love, love! But to have them talk to me well, that's different. I'd love to go a day without speaking. Unless it's to myself, singing or what-have-you.
I wouldn't last a whole day though. I get bored after about 2-5 seconds of being alone (exaggerated of course, it's more like minutes...).
I know that from experience.

I'd also love to have a secret hide out, where I could store all of my writings and books and things but still be able to see everything that goes on in daily life. In other words, I'd like to hide in plain sight, turn invisible...

Anyone who understands my ramblings is awarded a prize. Go get yourself a cookie. =)

I know this isn't right, the reason for wrongness I'm "not quite for certain" but I know that I am wrong. I cannot hide all the time. I have to be around people. Sharing the love of Jesus everywhere I go, but have you noticed it's hard? It's hard to share that love everywhere. In all things.
I'm sure you have. You've probably felt the want to hide too. To "get away from it all".

*sigh* If only we could. ;)

Good Morning blogging friends. Bright and early start today! =D

Miss Bea

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Why this post?

That's a great question. Why this post? Sometimes you have to have a post you don't know exactly why you posted. If you know what I mean....

So why this post? Because! Christmas is coming! =)
Oh, sorry, more than a month to go? My oh my! I must be confused then. It's true though, Christmas is coming.
Tell the stores it's not Christmas yet if you'd like but, as Mama and I were shopping today, Christmas music was playing and a few of the older folks were singing along. This wasn't any new trendy song that you hear 50 million times every year, this was Christmas carols. Strange to hear Christmas carols in a store now-a-days isn't it? Oh little town of Bethlehem. That was the song they played, along with others. I proudly sang along, way off tune but hey, at least I tried!

They might not be considered carols anymore...who knows? In almost every hymn book across America (even the world, I think) Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is in there. Old caroling books have it in there. Is this a good point?

I'll have to show you what I got today while I was shopping! (okay, so it was yesterday but...who's gonna notice?=P)
Oh, and I have pictures from a trip I took a couple weeks ago to share too! =)
Great things planned, stay tuned! =)

Merry Christmas friends! =)

In Christ,
Miss Bea

Monday, November 8, 2010

I've gotten a new look...

My blog has, that is!

Hello friends! What do you think? Like it?

So, as I haven't changed my blog background or header since I started blogging, I decided it was time for a change. =)
Changes always seem so fresh! =P

So, goodbye old header, I liked you when I started but it's time to go and hope you'll be picked out again next year.
And as for you, blog background, I forgot already what you looked like to I says goodbye to you.

So, I'd love to hear what you think of the new look, background, header, new colors...WDYT?

In Christ,
Miss Bea

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

A couple books I've read

Lately I've been really into reading, I read 2 books last month.

The first being Waiting for her Isaac (click for a brief description), I really enjoyed it...seeings as I read through it in about a week. Although I did enjoy reading it, I didn't enjoy that book as much as the second one. =)

The Second:

I loved this book! =) It's a bit bigger of a book but I read it within a couple weeks, and I absolutely loved it!
For those of you who are wondering, this book is about mice.

The Author: Brian Jacques (pronounced Jakes)

When Redwall Abbey is attacked by a rat known as Cluny the Scourge, the Redwallers rise up in defense, and a young mouse known as Matthias embarks on a quest to recover the legendary sword of Martin the Warrior. ~ Plot introduction - Wikipedia

The main character, Matthias, is faced with protecting Redwall Abbey, and all who live in Mossflower woods, from Cluny the Scourge. He meets so many different kinds of animals and each has their own way of talking.
I liked the way the moles spoke best! =)

Right now I'm working on reading another book from the redwall series, Rakkety Tam.
So I'll probably have another post like this again soon. =)

So, for the lack of posting I apologize but, school comes first. Then chores. And reading or blogging (generally "goofing off"). =)

What about you? Have you read any good books lately?

In Christ,
Miss Bea

**Note** Some of the words Cluny's horde used (in Redwall) were not ones I personally would use. Just so you are aware, if you happen to pick up this book, they are evil rats and they talk differently then those from Redwall Abbey (if you get my point). I wouldn't call it swearing necessarily but some of the names they call each other are uncalled for.
As I said to my brother (who lent me the book) "Some of the things they say are...odd..." In other words, it's not a Christian book.