Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Year's Resolutions

Happy New Year's!

Today I'm going to talk about New Year's Resolutions. I don't really make any, but this year, I have a few. Here they are:
  1. To write better. I want to enhance my writing more. 
  2. To get better grades. Even though my grades are already pretty good, I like all A's.
  3. To have more family time. As I mentioned before, my family either watches a movie or plays a game together. 
There are also a few other private ones that I'm not going to share.
What are your New Year's Resolutions? Tell me below in the comments section.

Fun Fact: Each empire (ex: Rome, Babylon, etc.) made New Year's Resolutions on the first day of their calender. Babylonian new years started on March 23.

Happy New Year's Resolution Making!
Tween Blogger

Monday, December 30, 2013

More Stuff About Me

Hello again!

Today I'm going to tell you some more stuff about me. Here we go:
  • I'm a perfectionist in grades. I like to get A's. I'm sad over a B. (Don't laugh at me.) 
  • I have a book obsession. You probably already know this, but you might not know how serious it is.
  • I really like museums. I like history museums best. Sometimes I like science museums too if there are hands-on projects. My dream is to visit every part of the Smithsonian. 
  • I love to draw and paint. I got an easel as a Christmas present with a whiteboard, a chalkboard, and paper.
That's pretty much it for now. I'll tell you guys more if I think of some. Tell me something about yourself in the comments section. (Remember, this is a public blog, so whatever you post will be on the Internet. Don't post anything personal.)

Fun Fact: James Smithson was the founder of the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C.

See ya!
Tween Blogger

Saturday, December 28, 2013

New Ideas

Hey guys!

I'm going to need a little help out here. I keep running out of ideas to post about! If you have anything, just comment it below and I'll consider it. The name of the person who suggested it will be on the post. Thanks!

Keep Thinking!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Winter Break

Hello readers!

Now that Christmas is over, I have a lot more free time because now I'm not preparing gifts to send. I plan on practicing some piano, and then spending time reading (which I totally love) and playing electronics. Then, of course, I have to do chores (blah). I just got back from shopping with my mom. Now that Christmas just ended, stores everywhere are having a huge sale. I just got a really cute new dress!
What are you doing over winter break? Comment below!

Fun Fact: The song "Winter Wonderland" was written by Richard B. Smith. This is one of my favorite songs!
I know the fun fact is a little off topic but, hey, it's winter.

Happy Winter!
Tween Blogger

Wednesday, December 25, 2013


Merry Christmas!!!

Merry Christmas from Tween Blogger! I couldn't sleep the entire Christmas Eve night! I was too excited! I also love my presents! My friend made me a tote bag by herself. She can sew really well. I loved it!
I plan on having some family time today. What are you guys doing on today? Answer in the comments section below!

 And a Happy New Year!
Tween Blogger

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas Dessert

Hey guys!

In my last post, I wrote my list of things to do. One of them was to make the chocolate pretzel dessert thing. I've finished and I would like to show them to you. Here they are!
Sorry about the blurriness in the photo. But trust me, these are great! Just get chocolate chips, pretzel sticks, and toffee bits. Melt the chocolate chips till they're liquid chocolate. Dip pretzel stick in. Then sprinkle toffee over it. Try it, and tell me what you think!

Happy Eating!
Tween Blogger

Christmas Eve!

Merry Christmas readers!

Tween Blogger here again! I have so many things to do to prepare for tomorrow! Here's my list:
  1. Finish this post. 
  2. Redecorate the Christmas tree because my dad took the top part down to see if he could fix the lights. We have a fake tree, and he couldn't fix it, but now we have to put the ornaments back on. 
  3. Make chocolate pretzel sticks with toffee. They are amazing! Get giant, fat pretzel sticks, melt chocolate chips, dip pretzel sticks in chocolate, dip in toffee bits, and put it in the fridge. Delicious!
  4. Spend time with my family!
I have Christmas music on from the radio, so Christmas is in the air in my household! Can't wait for Christmas!

No fun fact.

Christmas Countdown: 1 more day!

Happy Christmas Eve!
Tween Blogger

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Hey Readers!

I thought I might do a post about Santa today. Santa Claus was made from a guy named Saint Nicholas. Every Christmas Saint Nicholas would go around to the poor giving necessities: food, water, clothing, etc. Eventually, Saint Nick died and people made stories about Santa Claus. So the next time you get a present, think about Saint Nick and what God put in his heart to help the poor.

 No fun fact because this post was basically a fun fact.

Christmas Countdown: 3 days till Christmas!!!!!

Merry Christmas!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Calling All One Direction Fans!

Sup Readers!

My friend has a blog now, too. She is 1D Girl and her blog is http://1dgirl6.blogspot.com/ so be sure to check it out! I also put this on my Blogs I Read list. Hope you like her blog!

No fun fact. Go to 1D Girl's blog and you'll find a ton of facts about One Direction!

Christmas Countdown: 6 days left till Christmas!!!!

Tween Blogger

Wednesday, December 18, 2013


Hey guys!

Really quick post! I just wanted to say thanks to all my readers. I'm so glad that you all check my blog. I'll have more posts coming. I'm going to try to do it everyday. I'll make that my New Year's Resolution! So, in case you didn't see, scroll down until you see on the right side something that says Blogs I Read. Those are my friends' blogs. Please check them out too!

No fun fact because there really is no point to a fun fact for this subject.

Happy New Year!
Tween Blogger

Why Stars?

Merry Christmas!

Have you ever wondered why stars are put on Christmas trees? Well, if you did, here is the answer: the star symbolizes the star that the wise men saw on Christmas. Funny thing is, the Bible doesn't say how many wise men there were, or if they were kings. It just says that there were three gifts: gold, frankinsence, and myrrh. But they were wise men, called Magi. The Magi followed the star in the sky to Jesus Christ. So now, we put stars on our Christmas trees? (But, to tell you the truth, I put an angel on mine!)

No fun fact because this entire post was a fun fact.

Christmas Countdown: 7 days till Christmas!!

Follow that star!
Tween Blogger

Monday, December 16, 2013

Decorating the Christmas Tree

Hello readers!

A few days ago, my mom and I decorated the Christmas tree. To get in the spirit of Christmas, I put on some Christmas music softly and it was so relaxing. My mom and I loved it! If you've done something like this, tell me in the comments section. I would love to hear all about it!
I really don't have anything to blog about. Please tell me more things to blog. I'm really running out.

For the fun fact, go to the post O Christmas Tree.

Christmas Countdown: 9 days till Christmas!

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas!
Tween Blogger

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Christmas Poem

Hey guys!

Here's a poem I wrote a few years back about Christmas. I was in third grade, so if it isn't that good, you can't blame me!

What Christmas Means to Me

What Christmas means to me,
Is that Jesus is the key. 
He died on the cross,
And now we are not lost.
Let Christmas trees and candy canes,
Help us go down the right lane.
Jesus loves us all,
For the price has been paid,
By Him. 

10 days until Christmas! I still have to do my Christmas shopping!

Fun Fact: Christmas trees stand for eternity, like Jesus is. Candy canes are shaped like a shepherd's crook, just as God is our shepherd. I've also heard the the red stands for Jesus' blood and the white stands for the purity.

Smiles everywhere!
Tween Blogger

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Christmas Spectacular


Hey Readers! I just got back from the Bethel Christmas Spectacular! Bethel is a church that is really, really talented in putting on shows. Every year, they put on something called Christmas Spectacular. Everything is so wonderful! My favorite is the tradition of The Twelve Days of Christmas. It is so much fun! This year, the last show is on Sunday, December 15 at 4:00 pm. Sorry for the short notice! If you plan on going any other year, though, note that it's always packed. So get there, like, one hour to 45 minutes early if you want good seats! Here's their website: http://www.christmasspectacular.org/.
It's kind of my family's tradition to go there. Hope you can go!

Fun Fact: The Christmas Spectacular began in the 1970's. (You can get more info by clicking the address and clicking "History."

Have a cup of cheer!
Tween Blogger

Friday, December 13, 2013


Hey again!

Tween Blogger with a news flash. A couple days ago, in the post Happy Birthday, Jesus!, I said not to say "Happy Holidays" or something because it doesn't show the true meaning of Christmas: Christ. Well, today my teacher found out the "Xmas" is actually okay. The "X" actually means "Christ" in Greek! Everyone in my class was so surprised. Hope this was news to you too!

No fun fact today because this entire post was basically a fun fact.

Wish you a very merry Christmas!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Cupcake Baking

Hey guys!

I'm into baking, and I love decorating my cupcakes! I'm thinking of a Christmas batch. What designs do you think would look good? A star, a tree, anything! Just comment it and I'll think about it. When I do make the cupcakes, I'll be sure to take a photo and post it here!

Fun Fact: Cupcakes were convenient back in the past because cakes were too big and took too much time to bake.

Cupcake Smiles!
Tween Blogger

Gingerbread Houses

Sup Readers!

I love gingerbread house decorating, although my house never really stands. The only time it stood was when in class we used a shoebox to outline it. I made a Target, but it was really ugly. This year, my class is going to make houses again! I've always liked making different designs for my house. I also really like eating it. I've got a BIG sweet tooth. All the sugar and candy is so tasty! 
Do you like gingerbread houses? Answer below in the comments section!

Fun Fact: Gingerbread houses came from the fairytale: Hansel and Gretel.

Happy Decorating!
Tween Blogger

P.S. I didn't make the gingerbread house below. I found it on the Internet.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

O Christmas Tree!

Hey guys!

Every year, I love putting up my Christmas tree. We have a fake one since my mom and I have allergies. It's kind of a tradition for my mom and dad to put it up, and for my mom and me to decorate it. We have tons of ornaments! We even have an angel to put on top. Do you chop down a tree, or do you just buy a fake one to use every year? Do you use ornaments, or do you use something else like popcorn strands or something? Answer these questions below!

Fun Fact: The evergreen tree is used to stand for "eternity."

Have a Treemendous Christmas!
Tween Blogger

Monday, December 9, 2013

Homemade Christmas Decorations

Ho, ho, ho!

Tween Blogger here with some homemade Christmas decoration ideas. These are all from the Internet, so if you don't know what I'm talking about, you can search them up. I hope you like them!

  1. Snowman head out of popsicle sticks. Use buttons for the face.
  2. Paper snowflake. I don't know how to show you how to make it, so your going to have to search this up.
  3. Paper or foam ornaments. These are fun because you can make them however you like. You can even glitterize them.
  4. Pinecones with puffballs. I'll have a picture below to show you what I mean.
My personal favorite are the ornaments. I love thinking of new designs for them! Which one is your favorite? Comment it below!

Fun Fact: Before Christmas ornaments were invented, people used fruit, nuts, and popcorn and cranberry strands. Then people began to use paper streamers and bits of shiny metal foil. The first glass ornaments were made by a German glass-making company.

Many blessings,
Tween Blogger

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Happy Birthday, Jesus!


In my profile, I wrote that I'm a Christian. So during Christmas, I don't celebrate Santa Claus (though I do still get presents from him. I know that they are my parents.) or presents (though I do love getting them). I remember Jesus' birth. I also go to a Christian school, so every year, we have a Christmas musical. I really enjoy singing and acting in it. Christmas isn't all about presents or getting stuff. It's about giving and celebrating baby Jesus. Even if you aren't Christian, always remember that giving is better than getting.
Also, my Bible teacher said that you shouldn't say "Happy Holidays" or "Seasons Greetings" or something like that. Saying "Merry Christmas" will remind you of the real meaning: Jesus. The word "Christmas" has "Christ" in it.

Fun Fact: Jesus was born in a stable, in a manger. (My sources for this was the Bible, not the Internet.)

Be cheerful!
Tween Blogger

Friday, December 6, 2013

My Fave Christmas Songs

Merry Christmas!

Today, I'm going to tell you my favorite Christmas carols! I have a lot of favorites. This list will be a little long. I love singing Christmas songs. They are always so cheerful!

  1. Jingle Bells
  2. We Three Kings
  3. Jinge Bell Rock
  4. Santa Claus is Coming to Town
  5. The First Noel
  6. Oh, Chrismas Tree
  7. Midnight Clear
  8. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  9. Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  10. Winter Wonderland
  11. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
  12. Joy to the World
  13. Away in the Manger
  14. Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
  15. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  16. Silent Night 
  17. The Twelve Days of Christmas
Do you have any favorite Christmas carols? If you do, comment your top three favorites down below!

Fun Fact: The most popular Christmas song is White Christmas.

Let it snow!
Tween Blogger

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Being Kind


It's Tween Blogger again! I have seen a poster everywhere: at school, online, at my extracurricular activies. I really like it, so I'm gonna share it with you today. Maybe you've seen it somewhere too.

Before you speak...
T- Is it True?
H- Is it Helpful?
I- Is it Inspiring?
N- Is it Necessary?
K- Is it Kind? 

I admire whoever came up with this, cause it's true. Always think before you say something. Also, it would be a good idea to put yourself in that person's shoes. If that was said to you, how would you feel? Think about it.

Fun Fact: The Think Before You Speak thing is a television, radio, and magazine campaign made in 2008.

Tween Blogger

P.S. I'm running out of things to blog about! If you have anything you want to see on this blog, comment it down below. I will also put the name of the person who suggested it on the post! Thanks!

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Book Review

What's up, Readers?

It's Tween Blogger here, with another book to recommend to you! It's called Little Women and Me by Lauren Baratz-Logsted. It's about this girl named Emily who gets sucked into the book Little Women. Everyone acts as if she was already part of the book. It's hilarious to read about how she tries to fit in with the rest of the characters. Emily also has to worry about whether she'll ever get out of the book or not! Read it to find what happens. Take a look at this book!

Fun Fact: Little Women's author, Louisa May Alcott, was born on November 29, 1832 in Germantown, Pennsylvania. She died on March 6, 1888. She had three sisters.

Bye for now,
Tween Blogger

Friday, November 29, 2013


Hi readers!

I'm at Lake Tahoe right now. I like to ski, and usually, when we go, I rush right down the hill. I'm more a beginning intermediate level person. My problem is that when the snow gets icy, when people almost hit me, anything like that, I get REALLY scared. During this ski trip, it was kind of crowded. It was also a little icy. So, naturally, I froze. The first two days of skiing were frightening. But on the last day, it was amazing. I guess I got over it. Here are some tips if you ever get scared:

  1. Keep telling yourself that you can do it.
  2. Concentrate.
  3. It might also help if you do something you love. Sometimes, when I'm skiing, I sing quietly. I have more fun that way.
Try these the next time you get a chance. Also, in the comments section, answer this question: Do you ski or snowboard, or do you just like to go sledding?

Fun Fact: Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the U.S. It is also the tenth deepest lake in the world.

Tween Blogger

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving 2013!

It's Turkey Day!

Happy Thanksgiving from Tween Blogger! I just want to say thank you to all of you who read my blog. I hope you have a good dinner with lots of food! My dinner has mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry apple sauce, stuffing, rolls, pumpkin pie, and, of course, TURKEY! I can't wait to eat. I'm eating with my family and friends. I just got back from swimming and still waiting for dinner.
If you want to see the fun facts for today, scroll down to the post Thanksgiving. The fun facts are in there.

Be thankful!
Tween Blogger

Tuesday, November 26, 2013


What's up!

I have another poem to share with you all! Here it is:

There are four seasons,
Fall, summer, winter, spring.
Some of the trees sway,
Others have birds that sing.

I really enjoy writing short poems about nature. Thanks for reading!

Fun Fact: 29% of Americans perfer fall, which makes it the favorite season among America. 

Tween Blogger

Sunday, November 24, 2013


Hello again!

Tween Blogger here! Thanksgiving is coming up, and I just wanted to share some of my feelings on this. Sometimes, we can be a little ungrateful. I know I can! When you catch yourself, think about what you already have. I haven't told you guys this yet, but I have a peanut allergy. It really sucks to see people all around you eat candy or chocolate or something that you can't eat (I'm a chocolate lover. I got a big sweet tooth, too). I learned to count my blessings. A good little activity to do during Thanksgiving feasts is to make a list of things your thankful for. It helps open up the dinner!

To celebrate Thanksgiving, I would like you to comment below on things that you are grateful for. Tell me all about it!

Fun Facts:

  1. The original Thanksgiving feast lasted for three days! Nowadays, there's just a dinner.
  2. There was no turkey. They ate ducks, geese, and deer.
  3. No pumpkin pie. Pumpkin, but no pie.
  4. No women or children. Just men. 50 pilgrim men and 90 Native Americans.
  5. Pilgrims didn't wear fancy buckles or anything like that. They most likely wore rags.
  6. There was seafood. No one would imagine that they ate seafood. 
Those are just some. There are lots more!

Thanks for tuning in,
Tween Blogger

Fun Facts

Hey readers!

I'm starting something new on my blog: Fun Facts! From this point on, I'll give a fun fact that relates to the subject of the post. I'll be sure to check that the info I give out is true. Sometimes, I might even have more than one fact. I hope you learn something from them, 'cause that's basically the point.

Smiley Face,
Tween Blogger

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Take a Look!


Here are a couple of blogs that my friends have. Visit them! They're awesome.



Tween Blogger

Fun Things to Do

Hi readers!

You know how sometimes, you've finished all your homework, housechores, etc... there's nothing to do? Don't turn on the TV. Find something else. Here are some ideas:

  1. Read. It doesn't matter what you read. Magazines, books, comics... they all work!
  2. Find a fun craft. You might be a true artsy person at heart.
  3. Paint or draw. Again, a little art never hurt. 
  4. Call a friend and chat (with a parent's permission, of course). I just love to talk about random stuff with my buddies.
  5. Make up stories. Occaisonally, I lay on my bed and start daydreaming. Then, if you want, you could write down the story and share it.
These are just a few suggestions. There are lots more that I'm sure are great! Try these out, and tell me which one is your favorite!

With a smiley face,
Tween Blogger

Saturday, November 16, 2013


Hey guys!

It's Tween Blogger. I have many different hobbies, which you can tell from my profile. I was just wondering what type of hobbies you might have. Comment below on what your hobbies are. You can write as many as you want. I'm a curious person!

Random Tip: Smile!

Take Care,
Tween Blogger

Monday, November 11, 2013

Veterans' Day 2013

Happy Veterans' Day!!!

I'm Tween Blogger here again with a poem. I wrote this for my school's Veterans' Day Chapel. I hope you like it!

We Thank You

Honoring those who fought in war,
For those who hid among the roar
Of gunshots and cannons on the shore.
We thank you!

Risking your life on land and air, 
You battled to show you care,
For America you did your share.
We thank you!

Now in our beds we lay,
Thinking of how you helped in so many ways,
Freely we can say,
"Happy Veterans' Day!"

I've been told many times that I have a writing talent. By teachers, by parents, and by friends. What do you think of this poem? Tell me in the comments section below!

Thanks for tuning in,
Tween Blogger

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

My Favorites

Hey guys!

Here's a little more about myself:

Foods: Fruit and Chocolate
Candy: Jolly Ranchers
Drink: Fanta
Color: Turquoise
Animal: Dogs
Celebrities: Selena Gomez, One Direction, Taylor Swift, Arianna Grande
TV Show: Good Luck, Charlie
Movie: Despicable Me 2
Subject: Reading/English/Literature
Stores: Target and Old Navy

Tell me some of your favorites below in the comments section!

Tween Blogger

P.S: Suscribe to my friend chelsea chu on YouTube! Type "chelsea chu" in the search bar. Her's is the one with the little stuffed octopus picture!

Monday, October 28, 2013


Happy Halloween!!!

Hello readers! Halloween is coming up! I think that the best part about Halloween is dressing up. I'm going to be a cowgirl. I've got this really cute hat and for the outfit, I have a shirt and some jeans and boots! I also love all the candy!
What are you going to be for Halloween? Do you like dressing up and getting candy, too? Answer these questions down below in the comments section. Thanks for your time!

Happy Trick-or-Treating!
Tween Blogger

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Tips on Staying Calm


It's Tween Blogger again. Have you ever gotten really nervous, so much that you can hardly think straight? Yeah, me too. Having played the piano for so long, I've done quite a bit of tests and recitals. I learned how to take care of these emotions. Here's how:

  1. Take deep breaths. Trust me, it helps.
  2. When you are actually doing it, concentrate. Clear your mind and focus.
  3. Have fun! I mean, you wouldn't be doing it unless you like it, right?
  4. If you mess up, don't panic. Just keep going and act like nothing has happened.
  5. Do your best! That's all that matters!
Try tips these the next time you're going to perform or something like that. Then tell me how they worked out for you in the comments section below!

Good luck!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Book Review

Hi Readers!

This is Tween Blogger, and I've got another book review! You know, reading is good for you. You never know what you might find that's interesting. Anyway, this book is called A Corner of White. It's by Jaclyn Moriarty. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! So, a girl named Madeleine finds a message portal sorta thing. She's in Cambridge, BTW. The portal thing is only big enough for letters, and she starts to send letters to this guy named Elliot. Now, he's in the magical Kingdom of Cello. It's like two different worlds in contact. His portal hole is the inside of a broken TV (Kingdom of Cello is not fairy wings and wands, there's just a lot of things. Just read the book.) and Madeleine's is a broken parking meter. They switch letters, and they give each other advice. Never seeing each other. But they each have their own love life. There's a little bit of teenage romance. Take a look at this AWESOME book!

Thanks for tuning in!
Tween Blogger

Monday, October 7, 2013

So Cute!

Hello Again!

It's Tween Blogger here. I was just surfing on Google Images and I found this adorable picture. A baby sleeping with three pups! I wonder how the parents reacted!
Well, that's it for now. Tell me what you think of the pic!

So Long!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Fun Game

Happy Thursday!

Hi readers. Today I have a game that my teacher told me and my class about. It's really fun!

Zoom, Eek.

How to play:
Get in a big circle, arms length apart.
Say Zoom over your right shoulder and Eek over your left shoulder. Practice.
Choose one person to start.
 Say Zoom around in the circle so that everybody gets a chance to say it.
Then say Zoom or Eek!

How to get out:
Don't take too long to decide which one you want to say. This is a quick game.
Say Zoom or Eek over the wrong shoulder, you're out.
Switch Zoom to Eek or vice versa three times in a row and you'll be out.

The more people, the more fun! Try this game, then tell me the results in the comments section!

Have Fun!
Tween Blogger

Monday, September 30, 2013

Book Review

What's Up, Readers?

I have another book review for you. I read a lot of books. If you visit my profile, you'll be able to see what I like. Well, reading is on there. This is actually a series. It is called The Series of Unfortunate Events. If you've heard of it, great. If not, give the first book a read. It hooks instantly. In the series, three siblings: Violet (oldest), Klaus (middle), and Sunny (infant) face lots of misfortune. It starts out when their parents die in a fire that also burned down their mansion. They jump around from house to house as someone keeps trying to snatch their money. Their parents left behind lots of money, and this guy, Count Olaf, keeps trying to take it. It must be pretty annoying because Count Olaf is always in disguise, and by the time the adults find out, he always escapes. There are 13 books total, and I'm already on book 10. Try it. Take a look at these books!

See ya later!
Tween Blogger

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Book Review


I read this book called What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen. I think that it's an awesome book. It is about a girl who's parents are divorced. She keeps moving as her dad looks for different jobs. There are surprises around every corner, and when I read it, I am drawn into the story. Take a look at this book!

Happy Reading!
Tween Blogger

Saturday, September 28, 2013


Here's a poem that I wrote a while back:
My Worlds
I have many different worlds, and they are all unique.
For while most people have one, I have three.
All of them are special in some kind of way.
'Cause when you're feeling down they are sure to make your day!

Nature World is beautiful with all those pretty flowers,
The sweet smelling scent and plentiful rain showers.
The clean flowing river, the comfortable sun.
Make this world great for everyone!

Next, is Candy World and it's the sweetest of them all.
For it's all about sugar down at Candy Hall.
Hug a gummy, chew a jawbreaker.
With a field of lollipops bigger than an acre!

Finally, it's Music World, where instruments take place.
The singsong notes put a smile on your face.
The air is filled with cheery songs.
It makes you want to stay for very, very long.

Now you know my worlds, now you know my themes.
I used imagination, it's all that really means.
You can do it to, I know it's in your heart.
It's a piece of you mind, it's a work of your art!

Tell me what you think in the comment's section!

Tween Blogger

Friday, September 27, 2013

Tips on Being a Good Friend

Hi Readers!

I'm back with some tips on how to have a good friendship. Sometimes you and your friend may have a few arguments. Here are a few things you can do to help the relationship:

  1. Don't fight back. If your friend is being mean to you, don't do the same thing. Just be polite.
  2. In an argument, you may find that you want to say some hurtful things. Hold them back with a strategy that works for you (ex: counting to ten, taking deep breaths, etc).
  3. Try to reason with your friend. Work out a compromise that you both agree on. That way no one feels as if they're not as important.
  4. When the argument is over, never, ever hold a grudge. Don't bring it up again. The past is past.

Try these tips out, and see how they work. Tell me the results in the comments section down below.

 See ya!
Tween Blogger

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Hey Readers!

I just started this blog. I hope you like it! Here I will post tips, book reviews, and maybe a tasty recipe from time to time. Keep checking for new posts!

Tween Blogger