Halloween is Around the Corner!

Hello everyone!

So I know I haven't posted in a long time... but here it goes.

I can't wait for Halloween. My favorite Holiday of the year. Even just the way the air feels and the crisp of dead leaves under your toes. I love how the sun sets each night, embracing the earth for as long as it can. The air feels thick and clean. And musty with the smell of life going in to hibernation. I love driving on the road under the bleak sky, the beautiful oranges, reds and yellows accenting the gray. Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the heat though, so it's kind of hard to give it up. Anyways, who loves Halloween? I know I do. I am still deciding who I want to be for Halloween though. I am deciding between... Link from Zelda, Lucille Ball, Velma from Scooby Doo or a very cute orange and black witch costume online.

Well.. Sorry it was so short, but I've got to run!

Thanks for reading!



Or catch up if you prefer. I prefer ketchup. Wow! So much has gone on since the last time I posted... Here's the scoop!

I had a wonderful Christmas, filled with family, fun... and food! New Year's was great, and January was... January I guess. Monotonous... drab... Anyways... I had a violin recital in January though... So I guess that wasn't drab! Once February picked up, things started getting more fun! I auditioned for the play "Much Ado About Nothing", and I will get to that a little later. I had a fantastic Valentine's day, with flowers, chocolates, and a nice dinner. We had goat babies on February 18th I think was the day, and boy are they cute! Mama goat Suzie had triplets, and everything went great! She had two boys, and one girl. If you want to come see them, come soon! They are at one of their cutest stages right now. Let's see... Oh right! Much Ado About Nothing. I auditioned for Beatrice, and luckily I did get Beatrice! Very exciting! I am very busy memorizing lines, going to rehearsals, etc. My play is on April 13th and 14th at The Midvale Main Street Theater if you want to come! We went to Disneyland as you might have seen, and it was so much fun. Already I have heart ache to go back though. I guess I will have to wait until my birthday.... HINT HINT!! HINT!! Sadly, our favorite ride "Splash Mountain" was closed, along with my favorite land Critter Country. And another fun thing that happened in Disneyland, was that I got to play fiddle! There was a man in Frontierland playing his fiddle, and of COURSE I stopped to watch him. He asked where I was from, and asked if I played fiddle. Then he let me play his post Civil War inlaid violin! It was a dream come true! Another thing I suppose I should mention... I got a full sized violin! It is a 1998 Scott Cao violin. It was my violin teachers old violin, that she thought she was going to keep forever, until she stumbled upon a really GREAT violin for a really GREAT price! I loooove my new violin so much! It sounds amazing, and it is so beautiful to play. I can't think of anything else off of the top of my head right now... Me and my mom worked outside ALL day today! Guess that's all for now!

Toodle loo!




Here are a few pictures from our recent Disneyland trip that I took with my mom, and Grandma Kay.

Here are a few pictures from our recent Disneyland trip that I took with my mom, and Grandma Kay.