Thursday, November 6, 2014

Mind Tricks

was this taken from above or from ground level?


Be careful not to mess with the balance of things, because everything is not as it seems. 



Thursday, October 16, 2014

Homecoming Confessions

     What is the truth about high school homecoming?  Is it as overrated as everyone says? The answer is a thick and solid YES!  Now don't get me wrong, I had a blast! It was quite magical actually...but the thought of it was much more enjoyable.  You might be asking how I know this?  Well, this year I took the advantage of going and I wanted to see if the rumors were true myself.  They were.  Now stay with me hear as I tell this so called "fairytale".

     The day begins with the busy rushing of hair being curled and faces turned into canvases for another artist.  The stress begins kicking in an hour before you're due to be at your friend's house for pictures when you realize you're not in your dress or heels yet (not counting the outfit you have yet to put together for the after-homecoming party).  A half an hour later, you find yourself being dragged in front of a bush/tree to take those awkward "model-status" pictures for your mom and grandma.  Finally, you make your way to your friend's house only to realize that driving in 3 inch heels is a major struggle.  Don't worry, you make it to your friend's house alive. If you're like me, your friends will all have dates...except you.  Ya, I was forced to take pictures with the guy who my friends wanted me to go as date with for the last two months.  His mom was also there taking pictures and made us feel even more awkward with her comments.  Eleventh wheeling like bosses?  That's exactly what we did.  We just sorta went with it.


     After pictures, the class dinner is attended.  I arrived to realize they had lasagna as the main course.  Yummy, right?  Yeah, not when you're allergic to tomatoes.  So I starved.  Then FINALLY the dance!!!...I'm gonna switch to first person here...I walk into the high school gym only to realize I have no idea where my friends are and it's so dark, I can't see my hand in front of me.  I found them eventually.  I also came to realization that my town really is tiny.  Our only high school had enough students to cover maybe a 1/4 of the basketball court?  Now we come to the point where the dancing comes in.  I've heard dozens of times that it mostly is people grinding on each other like a bunch of nasties.  Partial lie?  I think so.  Now you're probably saying, "Sarah, that doesn't sound that bad!"  You're wrong!  The answer is: FRESHMEN!  I finally know why high schoolers hate them so much (no offence if you're a freshman!).  While everybody was having a great time in a giant mosh pit dancing to Anaconda, the freshmen boys thought it would be "funny" if they'd charge at the giant scramble of people and knock everybody off balance.  This went on ALL night!  I was bruised, sweating, getting my hair stuck in people armpitts and between shoulders (I went to homecoming with around fifteen bobbypins and came back with four. FOUR!), and I nearly almost lost my shoe!  It. Was. So. Frustrating.  Also, because of these immature stupid-heads, half of the students left before it ended because it got so annoying.  Fun fun! 

     Now I'm not telling you to not go if you have the chance.  I did have a blast!  It was overrated but it was still fun!  I'm already planning on going next year, actually (giving it a second chance).  Go ladies!  Just go!  You may not enjoy it but at least you can cross it off your Bucket List and tell stories about it to your children and grandchildren when you're old!  You won't regret it completely, I promise!


Dress:  Macy's - Sales rack for $14
Jacket I only wore for five minutes:  Kohls - I have no idea
Shoes:  Morning Glory - $12
Earrings:  Claire's - $8?


Thursday, August 28, 2014


It's so loud inside my head with words I should of said.


The song I go to for inspiration 


Saturday, August 23, 2014

Overdosive Fangirling


     First, I'd like to point out to everybody this flawless music video that shatters my heart every time I watch it. 

Heartbreaking, right?


Second,  I'd like to show everybody my most valuable possession of the moment .


And third, I'd like to announce something that my heart constantly aches over...

     As you may (or may not) know, twenty five days ago, 5 Seconds of Summer announced that next year they are going on a US and Canadian Tour!!!  My cousin, Kayla, and I (after having a deathly fangirl attack) made a promise to ourselves and each other that we were going to go to one of the concerts featured in the Tour.  I also just so happened to be signed up for 5SOS's newsletter so I had the opportunity to buy the tickets to the show Kayla and I were planning on going to.  I took advantage of this opportunity...which only means one thing...



Ya, I bought these two weeks ago and it still hasn't sunk in yet that I'm actually going...meaning that they're actually real!  Not sinking in. Nope. 


And saving the best for last...

       Seven days ago, my dear friend, Abby, went to the One Direction concert in Detroit, Michigan.  (You could only imagine how jealous I was of her.)  While she was sitting ONLY A FEW ROWS AWAY FROM THE STAGE that night (yes, she also had amazing tickets), I was glumly sitting on a couch babysitting.  To be precise, the kids were asleep and I was watching Devil Wears Prada.  However, suddenly my phone started ringing.  To my shock, Abby was calling me! FROM THE CONCERT! I answered my phone so fast and the only thing I heard through the speaker was a million screams from wild fangirls and behind that, the sweet sound of utter perfection.  The flawless voices of five boys singing Diana.  Yes, ladies, I heard our boys' angelic voices sing from miles away through a phone call...
 That phone call changed my life. 

My poor heart and mind has still not processed what I have heard on that Saturday night for it was so beautiful.

My dear friend, Abby, who has only known me for a few months and will be leaving for college in less than a year, thought of me among'st the adrenaline rushes of an amazing concert.  It made me realize how beyond amazing friends are.

As I sat staring, smiling, and laughing as tears of joy prickled at the corner of my eyes, I was able to hear the perfect voices sing out What Makes You Beautiful and Teenage Dirtbag before Abby's and My phone were disconnected to leave me sitting alone...and smiling and laughing at a wall.

Life is Good. 


Friday, August 15, 2014

Go Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Bucket List #?:  Go Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Accomplished this baby this summer 



Wednesday, August 6, 2014

The Liebster Award

     I was tagged in the Liebster Award by my new friend, Emily Sage! Thank you, Emily!

General Rules and Guidelines

+ Thank the blogger who nominated you, and link back to their blog.
+ Provide 11 random facts about yourself.
+ Answer the 11 questions they have given you.
+ Write 11 new questions for your nominees.
+ Nominate 11 bloggers with under 200 followers to answer the questions (excluding the one who nominated you).
+ You must notify your nominees of their nomination.

Eleven Fact's About Myself:

1. I am in my first season of playing high school golf.  I actually just made varsity!

2.  I just finished reading City of Heavenly Fire and am not sure how to continue on with my life right now.  

3.  On Saturday, I am going to a Chase Rice, Sam Hunt, and Clark Manson concert!

4.  My wall is covered in One Direction posters.

5.  My dream job is to be a partner in Youtube.

6.  I have yet to create my Youtube channel.

7.  My laptop's name is Jace from TMI.

8.  I want to play the guitar so bad!

9.  I'm going to create an "artsy" Instagram account.

10.  I have relationships with both Harry Styles and Luke Hemmings.

11.  I am an insane 16 year old fangirl...oh wait, you already knew that.

Emily's Questions:

 When is your birthday and how tall are you?
Answer:  My birthday is July 7th and I am 5'10".

Sunrise or sunset?
Answer:  Sunset.  The sunrise would involve me having to wake up early and I am NOT a morning person.

Gold or silver?
Answer:  Both.

Flats or heels?
Answer:  Heels!  

If you could choose another name for yourself, what would it be?
Answer:  Probably my middle name, Isabel.

Where do you see yourself in eight years?
Answer:  A partner in Youtube, living in an apartment in LA full of other crazy Youtubers.  Yeah, I'd like that life.

Why are you proud of yourself?
Answer:  I'm not the person who admits what she's proud of in herself but I'd say my artistic skills make me pretty impressed sometimes.

8. If you could switch places with someone for a week, who would it be?
Answer:  This is actually a really hard question.  I'm sure someone is going to hate me for saying this but I've always wondered what it'd be like to be Kendall or Kylie Jenner.

If you could go out with a fictional character, who would it be and why?
Answer:  My fictional character, Damian, from the book I'm writing for sure! *swoon*

What is your best subject in school?
Answer:  Math, I believe.

What is your least favorite accessory?
Answer: Purses.  They always seem to get in my way.

     I know I'm supposed to nominate 11 other bloggers but I feel like the blogging world could use a small break from nominations (even though they're fun).  So I'm going to leave it at that.  See you tomorrow!


Saturday, August 2, 2014

Reunited in Kentucky

     From my post before, I mentioned that my cousin's came out to go to the Country Fest.  What I didn't mention is that I went back with my cousin, Kayla, to her house in Kentucky to have a week of fun!  Don't forget that this also means me not being able to see my mom for another whole week.

     The 3rd week of craziness in June began with a much needed reunion with one of my best friends, Anna.  Kayla and I met Anna around five year's ago at a camp in Wisconsin.  The first year of camp, I was actually kind of scared of her.  She looked like this strong intimidating teenager (I was only 11) and I avoided her as much as possible through the entire camp.  However, the very next year when Kayla and I went back to camp, we ended up being roomed together with Anna.  After one conversation, I knew Anna and I were going to be great friends and I found out that she wasn't that "frightening" of a person that I thought she was the year before.  She was a girl who was actually younger than me and just had a strong-willed personality with a fun, crazy side.  By the time our 2nd year of camp ended, we've already exchanged emails and phone numbers.  We stayed in contact with each other and once again, the very next year at camp, we were roommates and our friendship only became stronger.  Just this last year, we somehow, miraculously, both went to Catholic Family Land in Ohio at the same time without planning it, as well.  So this year, Kayla, Anna, and I did not want to break the routine of seeing each other once every year.  Kayla and Anna created a plan of having Anna fly up from her home state, Georgia, and land in Kentucky where we'd all be reunited again!

     Through this week together in late June, we tried to have as much fun as possible.  We swam a lot.  We even had the chance to go night swimming with glow sticks!  We watched scary movies, went shopping, bought candy at a candy store, ate frozen yogurt, went to the Walking Bridge in Louisville, played tennis, and watched fireworks over the 4th of July.

Don't worry, we're not naked.
The Walking Bridge
Fourth of July
     I'm still trying to get in the habit of taking pictures of everything but that's not going to happen until I get a new phone or iPod.  Anyways, we had a blast and were very sad to say goodbye.  We have actually already began our plans of being together again next year.  Oh, and, proudly, Kayla and I have accomplished our goal of persuading Anna to join the "dark side": loving One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer.  Success!

P.S.  If you need proof that she's now a Directioner...I received a Snapchat the next week from Anna...


Friday, August 1, 2014

Two Weeks of Being Mom-less

     It turns out I've decided to stay home tonight and not be social.  Mostly because my ride to the party became suddenly busy... and I'm too lazy to go get my own driver's license.  But who needs people when you've got books and wifi, right?

     Back on the 16th of June, my mom left for a two week vacation with some of her lady-friends to go to Germany, Rome, and Switzerland.  Trust me, you appreciate your mother a lot more once you have to be "mom" for two weeks.  Even though I only had to take care of my dad and little brother (who's 14), my everyday routine consisted of laundry, meals, dishes, cleaning, and I barely had any alone time for myself.  However, my genius father created the idea of taking our own little vacation to New York (to be exact, Niagara Falls) over the first week of not having mom around.  So on that first Tuesday morning, we left Ohio and made our way to New York.

(Pictures are not high quality because my mother took the big nice camera so we were left with my little brother's iPod.)

We stopped by Lake Erie along the way.
We also saw the largest covered bridge in the US.
      After some sight seeing in northern Ohio, we continued to our destination.

At night vs. the day
      Niagara Falls was beautiful but if you ever have the chance to go, I suggest getting a passport and viewing it from the Canadian side.  From the American side, you can only see the Falls from weird angles.  It was still amazing though! 
     After staying a night in New York, we went back to hike through the state park of Pennsylvania. 

Not the most flattering picture but Dad and I decided to show off our acting "skills".
     By the time we arrived back to Ohio, it was Thursday evening.  I was absolutely exhausted.  The next morning, I had to wake up very early to babysit three little crazy boys.  By the end of Friday, I was a walking zombie.  It didn't get any better because on Saturday morning I had to, once again, have my bags packed and ready to drive 3 hours to Indiana for my cousin's graduation party and last dance recital.  It just so happened to be a blast!

     My cousins and I stayed in tents and campers in our aunt's backyard on Saturday night.  My cousin Kayla (the one in the blue skirt above) and I made the mistake of sharing a bed in one of the campers.  We were up till 5am fangirling about everything: books, movies, TV shows, One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer, etc. We somehow woke up 3 hours later and continued on with our day without being somewhat drowsy. The weekend was a lot of fun!

    Our 2nd week without mom was boring and busy with chores and such.  On the coming weekend though, I saw all of my cousins again at the Country Fest.  The Country Fest is a huge picnic that's a huge deal where I live.  People actually call it God's Picnic because it's so much fun!  Unfortunately, I didn't get any pictures from the fest.   

     My next post will be up soon! 


It's-Never-Too-Late Update!

     I remember thinking on my last day of high school as a freshman that I was going to blog throughout the entire summer.  I was going to make a large fun summer bucket list, do adventurous activities everyday, and share it all on my blog along the way.  As you may have noticed, this "goal" of mine has not been accomplished.  Now, with only a few weeks left of summer, I am very much regretting my failed attempts to blog this summer.  BUT after several months of a break from blogging, my mind is finally in the mood to be creative!  In these last few weeks leading back to school, I will be sharing with you some of the "adventures" I've been able to have this summer and art projects I've been working on.  At the beginning of the summer, I wanted to do a Q & A and perhaps a room tour?  Honestly, I'm not going to let school get in the way of letting me blog so I'm still going to achieve all of the goals I made back in May.  With that said, you now have some posts to look forward to (at least I hope you're looking forward to them)!  I should have one of my posts up tonight unless I decide to venture out of my room and actually socialize with people at a party... See ya later!


Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The Wedding Bells Have Rung

A month ago from today, Mackenzie Buscher became Mackenzie Bertke.  The wedding was beautiful and beyond perfection.  

The Mass.
The Bride and Groom
The Whole Wedding Party
The Bridesmaids!
We're so happy to be sisters!
The Groomsmen!
Flawless <3
The Bouquet Toss
It's time to party!
The Reception
The Wedding Cake
     I still can't believe it's over after nearly 2 years of preparation for The Big Day.  Today, Andrew and Mackenzie are happily living in a big farm house with their three dogs and one sassy kitten.  They are approximately only fifteen minutes away and neighbors to my best friend so we see each other often (thank goodness!).
     With the amount of pictures I have received from the wedding, I have only showed you a small amount of what I have but I did post most of them on Google+.  I will leave the link down below if you want to view all of them... you really should because some of them are very funny and beautiful and there are also pictures of the decorations from the wedding reception.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

I Don't Dance

"I'll never settle down
That's what I always thought
I was that kind of man 
Just ask anyone
I don't dance"


I have been listening to this song non-stop for the last two days.  Makes you want to fall in love and get married, doesn't it?


Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The Sunshine Award

Thank you so much, Madeline for nominating me in the Sunshine Award!

* Thank the person who nominated you and link to their blog.
* Answer the questions they asked you.
* Nominate other bloggers.
* Give them a list of questions.
* Let them know that they have been nominated.
* The Sunshine Award button must be on your blog post.

Madeline's Questions:

What story are you currently writing?
Answer:  I consider it to be more than just a story because I've always had the same vision of it in my head.  My dream is to turn it into a published series one day.  As to the actual story, I'm not ready to reveal it to the world yet so you'll have to wait a little longer ;) But I will tell you that it's about a seventeen year old girl named Alexandra. 

Favorite music at the moment?
Answer:  Well, One Direction of course!  No, but actually I've been really into deep emotional music, lately.  I find it very inspirational.

Type of tea?
Answer:  I've always disliked tea but recently, my mom found a peppermint tea and it's not too bad.  I'm kind of addicted to it to be honest.

If somebody offered to buy you a plane ticket to wherever you wanted to go, where would you choose?
Answer:  Since there are far too many places I want to visit in the world, I pick Hogwarts.  I mean it's possible, right?

Are you a neat and tidy or messy and disorganized person?
Answer:  I'm messy but organized.  Ya, I'm strange. ;)

Favorite Disney Princess?
Answer:  Ever since I was a little girl, I've always loved Belle. <3

If you could bring back a dead fictional character, who would it be?
Answer:  NO! I was hoping this question would never come! *goes into deep thought for several minutes*
(For those who have not read TFIOS and Divergent, move on.  For those who have, drag your mouse over the black "box".)

Augustus or Tris? AH, THIS IS KILLING ME!  *ten minutes later*  I'm going to have to choose Tris just because I still don't understand why she had to die.  I think I can somewhat accept Augustus's death just because Hazal, most likely, died from her cancer shortly after Augustus so I'm sure they're both happily together in heaven.

The One or City of Heavenly Fire?
Answer:  City of Heavenly Fire!!!  The end of the month can't get here fast enough!  Who will survive?
  I haven't gotten around to reading The Selection YET...  : P 

You have to destroy all your books but one.  Which one is it?
Answer:  I'm going to be honest here.  Madeline, you sure do know how to torture a reading-addict.  I would save...TFIOS! I love it too much.  Destroying it would be the death of me.

Which book would you want to live in? 
Answer:  I could see myself in any of The Mortal Instruments books.  I mean ya, it would be creepy with all the demons but if I grew up with training as a Shadowhunter, it wouldn't be all that bad.  I mean, Idris sounds pretty awesome.

I Nominate:

Lila from Creative Thinking
Mackenzie from think. eat. write. read.
Lizzie from Castle in the Air
And to make it fun, the first person to comment "I volunteer as tribute!" on this post.

My Questions:

Do you have a role model? If so, who? 

When you get married someday, would you want a small or large family?

Are you going to make a summer bucket list this year?

Earth or the story world you've written and created in your head?

What do you want to do and achieve in your life?

Fair or an amusement park?

Are you adventurous?

How tall are you?

Favorite store to shop at?

Tobias Eaton,  Jace Wayland,  Edward Cullen, Peeta Mellark, or Augustus Waters?  You must marry one, cliff (kill) one, kiss one, one must be your child, and one must be your best friend.  Now choose!  (And if you haven't heard of these characters, 'Do you wear makeup?  If so, what kind?')

     Well those were kind of random, Sarah.  Yes, I know.

     Thank you again, Madeline for tagging me!  I really enjoyed answering your question (even though some of them I really struggled with...it's okay.  I forgive you!) 


Monday, May 12, 2014

To-Be-Read Jar

     I don't know about you, but my TBR (To Be Read) book list is HUGE.  Being the booklion that I am, I want to read and get my hands on every good book out there.  There's just one problem: I never know what book or series to start reading next because I'm equally excited to read all of them.  But don't worry, there's a solution!  I'd like to introduce you to the TBR Jar!

Items needed:

  • A jar with or without a lid 
  • Paper
  • Scissors 
  • Pen
  • Glitter (optional)
  • A Goodreads account or a list of books you want to read
Step One:  With the scissors, cut your piece of paper into slivers about a half an inch wide each.  
Step Two:  With your pen, on each slip of paper write the name and author of a book you want to read.  (For a series, only write the first book in the series.) 
Step Three:  When finished writing the slips of paper, place them in the jar.  You can fold them, turn them into little oragami stars, or not fold them, etc. 
Step Four (optional):  Sprinkle glitter into the jar.

     Now every time you want to read a new book, just stick your hand into your TBR jar and grab a single slip inside, read it, and TA DA! You know what book to read next!  It's pretty genius if you ask me...


Saturday, March 29, 2014

This Or That?

Tag, you're it! 
I have been tagged by my dear friend, Neeli to do the This Or That tag. Oh, and psst, you should go follow her blog! 

Rules: Answer the questions given to you, give the people you nominate the same questions, nominate three people and let them know they've been tagged. (You don't have to do this tag if you don't want to)

Neeli's question's :

Hair up or down?
Answer:  It usually depends on what I'm doing.  If I'm out having fun, it's down. If I'm working or just sitting around at home, it's up.

Dessert or fruit?
Answer: Ha! Since I'm allergic to most desserts, fruit! 

Dress or shirt and sweatpants?
Answer: How about a t-shirt and skinny jeans? 

One Direction or Jonas Brothers?
Answer: Oh gosh, if you've seen my bedroom walls, you'd know that I'm 100% One Direction!

Radio or iPod?
Answer: I guess my iPod...it's depends on what mood I'm in.

Sleepover at your house or at a friend's house?
Answer: It depends on whose house I'm going to but usually the friend's house is always more fun. :)

Cookies or apples?
Answer: Cookies! Because apples are a pain in the butt to eat with braces.

Playing cards or painting? Answer: Painting.

In a board game, would you rather be a green or a white piece?
Answer: Green but if there was red, I'd choose red.

I tag:


Friday, January 31, 2014

New Year Resolutions 2014

     I am very much aware that it is almost February and not the beginning of 2014 but I'm going to make February my new beginning.  Through the month of January, I have been brainstorming ideas and goals I plan on meeting this year.  Usually, I never make resolutions but sometimes a change is always good. 
     Two thousand fourteen is my clean slate.  As some of you may know, 2013 was a pretty crappy year for me and I intend to leave it in the past forever.  I cannot be more excited to begin my New Year with confidence that this year will be different and better. 

Events to come of 2014:
  • Divergent movie, The Fault in Our Stars movie, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Amazing Spider Man 2, Mockingjay Part 1, and The Hobbit: There and Back Again!
  • OSU vs. Iowa basketball game
  • ProLife March in Washington DC
  • My brother's wedding- May 24th  
  • My cousin's wedding
  • Three graduation parties of my cousins
  • Volunteering at vacation bible school
  • My mom leaving for Germany for 2 weeks
  • Country Fest 2014
  • I turn 16
  • (Hopefully) Get my driver's license.
  • Second year of Catholic Family Land
  • Maybe a vacation to the beach?
  • My first year of going to a public school
  • Get my braces off

Goals/Resolutions for 2014

  • Exercise (run, workout, etc.)
  • Be more confident in myself
  • Be a better friend
  • Be less of a procrastinater 
  • Write. Write. Write.
  • Draw. Sketch. Paint.
  • Finish my studio
  • Paint a masterpiece
  • Play/learn my guitar
  • Join CYO basketball
  • Reach 100 followers on my blog
  • Have 300 followers on Instagram
  • Read 50 books
  • Make my first YouTube video
  • Have 100 YouTube subscribers
  • Journal EVERYTHING
  • Post 164 posts on this blog in one year
  • Be more dauntless ;)
  • Go to homecoming
  • Make a memory jar
  • Learn how to do graffiti 
  • Do my own version of Van Gogh's Starry Night
  • Learn to write calligraphy
  • Let my hair grow even longer
  • Do something that scares me
  • Finish all the seasons of a TV show

          I am so excited to begin this new year with a clean slate and new goals to conquer.  If you haven't created any goals for yourself this year, you should! Dare yourself to step outside your comfort zone, try new things, and make yourself a better person.  We all have hopes and dreams to accomplish one day and it's not just going to be a skip in the park; it's going to take time and maybe you'll go through some rough patches and feel like giving up. So take baby steps.  Write down the goals you need to do to get to your dream.  Each year make a list and you'll slowly make your way across the stepping stones of life. You'll feel much better about yourself at the end of the year, as well. So tell me, what goals are you going to complete this year?


Sunday, January 26, 2014

The Sunshine Award

I'd like to give a shoutout to the one and only Lila aka My Fangirl Buddy for tagging me in the Sunshine Award! She's awesome and you should go follow her flawless blog!

(I hope you enjoy reading me answers)

The rules are:
1. Thank the blogger that nominated her and link to her blog
2. Nominate other bloggers and let them know on their blogs
3. Answer a list of ten questions
4. The Sunshine Award button must be posted on the blog

1: What is your dream job?
Over the years, my dream job has been constantly changing but I'm pretty certain on what I want to do now.  My dream job is to get my book series published and become an author, while, being a famous YouTuber and traveling the world, having fun, and just making people laugh.  I don't want to be just another number on the world's population number. I want to be somebody; I want people to know my name.

2: What are some of your goals for 2014?
I've been thinking about this a lot lately.  I'm not sure yet. I am planning on writing a big New Years Resolutions post very soon. So stay tuned ;)

3: If you had three wishes,what would you wish for?
This question is always hard.  I'd wish that people would be able to live their life freely and not be so afraid of failure and what other people would think of their actions and looks.  I'd wish that One Direction would be immortal and make music for eternity so my children and my children's children would be able to experience them and the happiness that they bring you as they've done to me. And lastly, I'd wish that abortion would end so that millions of babies could be saved. 

4: What was your favorite part about 2013?
Honestly, 2013 was a really crappy year for me and I'm trying to forget about it; bury it in the ground and never think about it again. It's in the past.

5: Where is your favorite place to go?
Probably my library since the nearest book store is 1 to 2 hours away, but I also love travelling so anytime I'm going out-of-state, I'm super happy. 

6: What song describes you the most?
Definitely American Girl by Bonnie McKee.

7: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I hope I'll be in college, an on-my-way-to-being-famous YouTuber, a soon-to-be author, and be in a series relationship.

8: How would you describe yourself?
Crazy, weird, funny, nerdy, competitive, outgoing, friendly, and nice.

9: What is your inspiration?
Definitely music and black and white pictures

10: Did you have fun doing this post?
Yes, I did!

I tag everybody who has a blog to do this tag! It's a great way to get your followers to know you a little better.