In Which Jo Gives Me an Interview + TO DEATH WITH THE SCHEDULE

       For starters, yes I missed ALL. OF. LAST. WEEK’S. POSTS. I have an extremely good excuse for that actually – I was sick. So there. :p           But lately, you’ve been seeing these apologies at the top of posts too much, and I’ve been getting tired of writing them. That’s why I’m officially proclaiming THE DEATH OF THE … Continue reading In Which Jo Gives Me an Interview + TO DEATH WITH THE SCHEDULE

My Strangest Dreams: Vampires, Alligators, and The Hunger Games

         In all honesty, I picked this post idea because I had no idea what else to do. Also, I’m very sorry for missing a bunch of posts…whoops.         Hello, folks! Today I have racked my brains for all the weirdest dreams that my brain has ever thought of – and let me tell you, they get pretty wacky. … Continue reading My Strangest Dreams: Vampires, Alligators, and The Hunger Games

A Spontaneous Q+A: The Answers

        Hello, folks. On Monday, I wrote a post asking for questions for a very spontaneous Q+A…and let me just say…GOOD GRIEF YOU GUYS. There’s like 70 questions here. 😛 Some of them are…interesting? To say the least, and  I mean the very LEAST. Gracious.         So, let’s cut the chit-chat and get down to business answering all these … Continue reading A Spontaneous Q+A: The Answers

Sorting Shadows Charries into Hogwarts Houses

**featured image coming soon**       Hello, folks! Sorry about missing a post on Wednesday, but anyways – if you read my post on Monday, you will have gotten acquainted with the characters in “Shadows”. If you hadn’t, you might wanna read it otherwise you’ll be very, very confused. XD       I am completely improvising with Shadows – well, I did some … Continue reading Sorting Shadows Charries into Hogwarts Houses

Why Chinese New Years are Superior to American New Years

            Happy Chinese New Year, folks. Now, technically, the new year was yesterday. However, thanks to how AWESOME Chinese New Year is, today is still part of Chinese New Years. I’ll explain later. XD          I’m 2nd generation Chinese-American – that means that my parents were born and raised in China, as my ancestors have been for … Continue reading Why Chinese New Years are Superior to American New Years