Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination By ReviewsByAaliya

Thank you ReviewsByAaliya for nominating me for this award! Each time I receive a nomination is a sign of recognition from my fellow bloggers! The Rules Thank the blogger who nominated you in the post and link to their blog. Answer the 11 questions asked of you. List the rules and include the Sunshine Blogger… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination By ReviewsByAaliya

Book Review: Time Zero By Carolyn Cohagan

Summary This teen novel was placed in the far future when Manhattan island was separated from mainland New York by war and a wall. “The Prophet” had convinced the citizens of the island that everybody outside was evil and that women were inferior to men. Themes 1) abuse of power: By segregating the people by… Continue reading Book Review: Time Zero By Carolyn Cohagan

Reblog Feature: Eco-Parenting (Raising Earth-friendly Kids)

Parenting is challenging on its own. Now eco-parenting is even more challenging. I found it more overwhelming to raise my children to be waste-free and eco-friendly, but the idea of raising them to be more Earth Friendly was doable. The best kind of parenting is to model and be an example for your child. That… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Eco-Parenting (Raising Earth-friendly Kids)

Travel Bucket List Art

Ah…thanks to Covid-19, travelling abroad for leisure has been put to a halt. So, I decided to draw some of the places that are on my bucketlist….. In no particular order….. Egypt As a little girl, the mysterious Egyptian mythology and history intrigued me. Even though I had seen some of the relics and antiquities… Continue reading Travel Bucket List Art

Spring Break In Las Vegas Pre-Covid: Part Two

As I was not into the casinos, I was interested in the museums at Las Vegas. What else was there to see in Las Vegas? Time to check it out! National Atomic Testing Museum “The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site in… Continue reading Spring Break In Las Vegas Pre-Covid: Part Two

Spring Break In Las Vegas Pre-Covid: Part One

In 2018, school was off and we all flew to Las Vegas! The first place that I stayed at was the Worldmark By Wyndham on the Boulevard. The pool was a lot of fun as it kept us moving as we just floated on top. Let’s review my stay… The Ultimate Variety Show To be… Continue reading Spring Break In Las Vegas Pre-Covid: Part One

Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award Nomination By Beauty Of Cafe 205

It’s such a wonderful and warm feeling to be nominated each time. Thank you BeautyOfCafe205 for this nomination! Remember to check out her blog and subscribe too! RULES FOR IDEAL INSPIRATION AWARD: 1) Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their site 2) Answer your nomination’s questions 3) Nominate up to 9… Continue reading Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award Nomination By Beauty Of Cafe 205

Book Review: Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire

Summary In this book, two exciting events took place, the Quidditch World Cup and the Triwizard Tournament. Two, seemingly unrelated, events, but with much hidden secrets among the spectators and judges. So much so that I took a long time to finish this novel. (There were 37 chapters in this book.) Themes 1) sportsmanship: Both… Continue reading Book Review: Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire

Lovely Lavender

Lovely lavender Under the summertime sun Soaking in the rays. —- Chocoviv Truthfully, I do not have a green thumb. The lavender bushes that I have outside my place basically just grew and grew with minimal care. I water them every so often during the warmer months. During the winter days, the plant will wither… Continue reading Lovely Lavender

Reblog Feature: Plastic Free July in Pandemic

July is here and so is the Plastic Free July.  We are halfway through the year, the best time to review our goals and see if we are on track. 2020 has been an unusual year so far with the ongoing pandemic. Our way of life has changed dramatically. To avoid spreading the COVID 19… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Plastic Free July in Pandemic