3:34 in the morning thoughts in 10 whopping minutes

1. Will I wake my dorm room neighbors if I make a hot pocket?

2. I never realized how dark it is at this time.

3. I really can’t sleep.

4. Are my eyes bloodshot? *Goes and looks in mirror*

5. Screw it! I’m making this hot pocket.

6. But… I will do it in the community lounge’s microwave.

7. Can I take my blanket out there?

8. Nah. I’ll look like a weirdo.

9. What is a weirdo?

10. What is normal?

11. What is life?

12. What is my purpose here? *Looks at Bible and thinks about reading it, but sets it back down, because no one wants to think at this time in the a.m.*

13. Does it always get colder at night/early morning?

14. Tee hee. That’s a silly question. It is freezing rain outside.

15. Can I go to sleep yet?

16. I’m going to message my friend.

17. K bye.

18. Wait… I hope he answers.

19. If not, then, well I will come back and edit this post adding more.

20. Is video chatting an option?

21. Do I dare ask?!

22. Need advice guys. Comment?

23. Who is going to comment this late at night?

24. Is he going to answer this early? (See how I corrected myself. It is a.m., not late at night?)

25. Sleep is nice.

26. Brain, “Too bad. So sad. Sucks to suck. You want to sleep? Good joke!”

 

Teens To Do

10 Fun Things to do with Your Teens

Teens like to do many things, and teens even though they are branching hopefully know where their roots are, family. While they are branching out allprodad states that there are 10 things to let them fly and yet keep flying back again. “Some of the ways to do this are to reminisce (look in the photo album; tell stories of some of the photos or go to an elementary school and visit old teachers taking new photos), play sports (make up a game or simply play catch, be active with your teen), catch a flick (go to whatever theatre they want to go to and maybe take your teen(s) out for a shake afterwards [YUMMY]), the great outdoors (It doesn’t have to be camping, go for a hike in a state park), Big parks and big fun (For us this would mean go to adventure land!), community service (this doesn’t have to be a huge lesson, but teens need to know and be exposed to the good and importance of community service, plus they will feel better about themselves), hit the road (take a random road trip let the teen help read the map [this helps develop life skills]), photo hunt (go looking for things to take pictures of give clues maybe), bowling (what teen doesn’t like cosmic bowling?), let them decide (‘the whole point is to spend meaningful time with your child.’ give them the control [generally] and you may discover she’s a great leader or you may discover something about yourself).”
I believe this is important to me for two reasons: I’m a teen, and I plan to have kids someday. I think all of these sound like fun, and, honestly, the only two my family haven’t done is bowling or community service. I believe parents and children should always try and find time to spend together. NOTE: this doesn’t mean all the time.

Bucket List

This is my bucket list with the first 27 things that came to mind. Some may take more than a year, lasting my whole life, and some may take a day, but anyway I will update it every once in awhile, adding things or checking ’em off!

1. Get my book published.

2. Keep a diary for a whole year.

3. Become closer to God.

4. Enter a poetry contest.

5. Make a scrapbook.

6. Volunteer. (More than I already do!)

7.  Marry the right one the first time.

8.  Become a foster-parent.

9. Adopt a foster-child.

10. Become a social worker.

11. Be happy.

12. Be the best I can be.

13. Kiss my man in the rain.

14. Dance with my man in the rain.

15. Believe I’m beautiful.

16. Graduate High School.

17. Be patient.

18. Go to state speech.

19. Go a week without procrastinating.

20. Have fun at prom this year.

21. Take more pictures. (Not just selfies! Nature people!)

22. Clean out my inbox on my email! 0_o

23. Write to write.

24. Do more chores to help.

25. Forgive and forget.

26. Lose weight for summer.

27. Master crocheting.

Cinema

Lights, Camera, Action! I’ve heard that a lot and I bet you have too. I’m going to tell you my top ten favorite movies in order from most to less and maybe why they are.

1. Forest Gump. Reasons: I liked the book. It makes me feel hopeful. Such a good movie. Plus, it has my favorite actor in it.

2. Angels and Demons. Reasons: I love the book, and this is one of those very rare movies that follows the book exactly.

3. Stay Alive. Reasons: It was the second scary movie I ever watched, but I count it as the first. See, I saw It when I was about five and was scared to near our lilac bush for about three months, yet I didn’t fully understand the movie. I didn’t see the whole movie It either.

4. Better Off Dead: This is a great movie and classic.  “Do you know what the street value of this mountain is?

5. Unthinkable.  Unthinkable makes you question how far would you go when it comes to protecting your country? Protecting people you don’t know? Yourself?

6.Fried Green Tomatoes. It is so down to earth. I like the movie because my mama and I watch it together sometimes, just the two of us.

7. Pitch Perfect: This movie brings different kind of people together. It ‘s a well done movie. I love the songs and love the humor.

8. The Lion King or tied with the Jungle Book: These movies are full of awesome songs to blast out to with a http://aperfectescape.wordpress.com/  or @kaythekat (Twitter). The Lion King is special for other reasons too… Ahh some days of my childhood with the VCR playing The Lion King over and over again.

9. Captain America: It is a well done movie. I love the adventure without the blood and gore.

10. All Transformers They are entertaining. Simple.

Guilty Pleasures

FOOD:

Chocolate.

Fruit snacks.

Cereal.

BBQ anything.

 

SOCIAL:

Talking too much.

Laughing loudly.

 

PROCRASTINATION:

Reading too much.

Being on twitter, my phone, my blog, and etc.

 

ETC.:

Spending too much money.