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Me VS Reality

Hello, agents. This is a top-secret record of a conversation with me and reality.

Reality: Hey.
Me: (mumbling) Hi.
Reality: HEY!
Me: Can't you see I'm busy?
Reality: Yes.
Me: Thank you. Please leave me alone.
Reality: (peering over my shoulder) Why are you researching flights from Texas to Washington DC?
Me: For my book.
Reality: (laughing) Oh, yes. Your book.
Me: What? Shut it now.
Reality: It just seems illogical to call 9 chapters a book.
Me: 9.3 repeating. Who cares?
Reality: I do.
Me: Well, I certainly don't.
Reality: Yes you do.
Me: Don't.
Reality: Do.
Me: DON'T! Now, can't you just leave me alone?
Reality: No.
Me: WHY NOT?!!
Reality: It's in the name. Reality. You can never escape me.
Me: Yay. I'm sure you're fun at parties.
Reality: Did you know that I don't have a sense of humor?
Me: Aw, come on!

Guess what, guys? I did ACTUAL WORK on my book today. Isn't that awesome? Look and see for yourself.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hey guys. I know many of you will not be able to read this on this holiday and the rest will prefer watching parades on TV and family dinners, but I wanted to give you all a special post celebrating a time of gratitude. Thanksgiving is a time to relax and count our blessings. Often, we are too caught up in the world of money and duty and chores and school and what-have-you to see the wonderful things, people, and rights that exist in our lives. Thank you all for reading my blog. I love blogging, and I love sharing my writing and strange humor and logic with all of you. We're all little people in a big world, but remember that all of us have something to be grateful for. Whether you are American or not, whether you are cruising or sinking through life, whether you even celebrate Thanksgiving, I know that if we count our blessings, we will realize just how lucky we are. I believe that God gives us more blessings than we can hold, if we really let them in. Some of you may not believe…

Disney's Megara

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Hello, Imaginers! I had a brainchild...wow that sounds wrong...that I wanted to share with y'all!

I call it: Megara.

So we all know and love Disney's Hercules right? Right?Okay. Well, I thought, what if Disney made a sequel sort of thing all about Meg's life? Come on, you know it would be awesome! And depressing. But mostly awesome! Who's with me? Here's the basic plotline:
Disclaimer: None of these pictures are my property AT ALL.

The movie cover:






Base picture source:http://www.angelfire.com/jazz/ruthsstudy/disney.html (I added the writing)











Meg was raised by her former hero father, and her childhood was a happy one.

source: http://adquatt.deviantart.com/art/Little-Megara-94375465
But tragically, he died fighting a monster threatening their home in Athens. Source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/390265123936519849/
Meg was sent to a convent by her aunt to complete her education. It was hard, because she had just lost...everything. (That convent thing actually happened,…

Reply to Bekah

Hey y'all! Bekah just posted a blog post called Reasons I'm Not a Stereotypical Modern Tween. I decided to do a follow-up post, my reasons I'm not a stereotypical modern tween. Yeah, I'll admit it, I like clothes to a certain extent. But I am not a stereotype. And no one is.

Reason #1: I don't know anything about the modern celebrity world.
I love Taylor Swift music, but that's about it. Otherwise, I listen to Wicked, The Lumineers, Disney, and The Beatles. I don't get why Uptown Funk and Watch me Whip are popular. I know nothing about music today. And, I know very few celebrities. Here is my list of great famous people:
1. Louisa May Alcott
2. L.M. Montgomery
3. J.K. Rowling
4. Joan of Arc
5. Terry Pratchett
6. Roald Dahl
7. Thomas S. Monson
You get the picture. Five of those are writers and two religious leaders. Well, Joan of Arc wasn't really a religious leader, but you get it. Also, only two of those are still alive.

Reason #2: Sword fight time on!