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While typing in the title I realized that I have a whole crop of posts with the title "Yay!". Oh well. I guess I live a joyful life.

So I got awarded by Endor! Yes! I actually remembered who this time. :P

I'm stylish. ;P

So, thank you Endor! I don't know Endor as well as some of my other internet friends, because she's rarely on the Lakehouse and doesn't IM me, but she's dear to me. Through her, I met Savannah, JC, Leia, and pretty much everybody. Also, I love her sweet blog. I'm going to start a series on Becoming God's Princess and it's definitely going to be dedicated to her.

Seven things about me:
1. My main insecurity is being a complete and utter fail at dancing. >.> My second insecurity is that the drummer in our band plays the keyboard better than me(the keyboardist).
2. I desperately wish I could be like Qui. She's so creative and hard working and is so determined to try new things(and is good at everything she tries, too.) ;)

3.I have read every single novel with Jaina Solo in it.
4. I've hardly touched my NaNo novel since I finished it.
5. I have a deep and innate desire to be good at everything. That's practically unchangeable.
6. I have no fashion sense.
7. I'm excited for spring break!

I tag Paige and Sarahthegeek. (I don't think either of you have been tagged yet.)


  1. Awwwwww!!!!!

    Do you have a Gmail account? If so, send me a PM on Lakehouse. I'll let you know my address there. :)

  2. *cough* My name? *cough*

    And awwww. <3 *blushing like a bashful idiot* I'm not good at everything I try....I suck at running. xD And talking to Jason.

  3. Thanks Amaranthine! :D And It seems like you have fashion sense on your blog, haha. I also agree that Qui is awesome haha

  4. Hey Amaranthine! I saw your comment on my blog! Sweet! I take tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. Do you compete? I'm on a jazz and hip hop team :D

    You're from Hingham? Awesome! I'm from Plymouth. Hey, neighbor! Haha


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