Monthly Archives: September 2013

Devotional #2: Friendship

We all know what friendship is, and we should have friends. But how do we pick friends? How we know we can trust them and spend time with them? I’ve had lots of friends before. Some of who were best friends, and then we got older and stopped hanging out. But then I made new friends. And I have also had some friends that I made one day and I never saw them again. My sister is my #1 friend (beside God), because she’s always there. But we all have to be careful when choosing friends, we can’t just go up to someone and decide we want to be their friend. We have to get to know them, then we can make sure they follow God’s standards. And don’t forget to pray!!

Have a Blessed Day! šŸ™‚


Jamie Grace

Oh, I love, I love, I love, I love Jamie Grace šŸ™‚ (You’ll get that if you’ve heard Hold Me) She’s one of my favorite singers. At age eleven she was diagnosed with Tourrete Syndrome. That’s why I love her so much, because of how she overcame Tourette Syndrome. Her songs are very inspiring. My favorite one is her new song Beautiful day. And for those of you who haven’t heard it, here it is!!!!
Have a Beautiful Day!!!!!! LOL! šŸ˜€

Excercising Tip

At one point in your life you probably will think about exercising, but you forget or put it off till later. But then what happens? You get out of shape!!! Big time!!! I’ve struggled with this, but what really helped me was listening to music, while I exercised, it really motivated me!!! I usually pick up beat song that are still inspiring and good.Ā  (Toby Mac, Mandisa, etc.) It makes a difference. Try it see what you think!!! šŸ˜€

And remember this, 1 Corinthians says: Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own;

Have a blessed and energized day!!!

Heartland by Lauren Brooke

Heartland is a great book series. It’s one of my favorites. The main character is Amy Fleming, she is really cool. Heartland is the farm which she lives on. I don’t even know how to explain it, it has sad moments, happy moments, exciting, and frighting moments. It’sĀ  just a plain awesome book. I would say it is for kids 12 and up. Any younger and the may need some adult supervision. But overall awesome book I really recommend.

Have a great day! šŸ™‚


You probably stopped reading after the headline right? Well, you’ve probably started by now and I want to know your favorite and least favorite subject in school. (Recess doesn’t count) I’ll start off. My favorite subject is Music, and least favorite is probably….um, Science. Now it’s your turn, love to here from you!!!