Friday, March 20, 2009


Yes, I have an explanation for my absence. I didn't do anything last week. That's it. But, today, overcoming my illness, I will post.

I went camping this weekend. We went to a small campsite in Spooner's Cove in Montana de Oro. It definitely wasn't that good of a vacation. We got there late, 5 o' clock, and started a fire. The fire died out in 10 minutes and didn't come back. So we ate our dinner in the trailor. The next day we went on two wonderful hikes. Here's a ton of nature pics of them.
^Sticky Monkey Flower^

^Indian Brush^

^Weird Asparagus-looking Plant^

^Wild Blackberry^
^Old Man's Beard^

^Morning Glory (This flower only has one petal and sucks up your nose when you sniff it)^
^Weird Flower^
^Eucalyptus Bloom^
And here is the delicious fruit salad I made.

~It was kinda a short post today, huh?~

Friday, March 6, 2009

Old and New... and a new band member!

Well, you probably don't know what I mean by a "new band member". In fact, I've never even mentioned a band before, so let me explain. My big sister has a desire to make a techno band. It kinda is just a dream, but last night my dad brought home a super totally awesome keyboard that records and layers multiple riffs. If that doesn't make sense, it basically means you can record a melody in one instrument and record another melody with another instrument and play it together. Ya. I know. It's awesome. Me and Andrea already made a song. Yes, so if I am a member of the band (You know how big sisters are, the friends are their group) my stage name will be Ningyou.

Okay, so, old and new.

The first is my favorite. It's my newest drawing of a small bird named Tiney. In case you still don't get it, It has fork legs, thus Tiney. The second is a fairly new drawing of a street performer (Robot), Panda and Hobo. The third is an old picture of two old friends: Turtle and Hare. They are both old and cranky. The last is a very old picture of a lady trying to train an ant, inspired by my Social Studies teacher's constant remarks about how teaching us is like teaching an ant.

~See ya!~