Sunday, June 26, 2011

K is for Kimberly

Miss Kimberly was soooooooooo sweet to recently award me both the Irresistibly Sweet Blog Award and the Stylish Blogger Award.

Here are the rules I got from her blog. :)

1. Thank and link back to the person who passed on the award.
2. Share 7 random tidbits about yourself.
3. Pass on the award to 5 others (the number varies at times from 3-10) and link to their blogs.
4. Let those people know you've given them the award.

So, here's seven things about me.

  1. Johnny Bravo is one of my favorite 90's cartoons.
  2. I could eat fried shrimp all day and not get tired of it.
  3. I love root beer soda.
  4. I finished reading Eragon weeks ago and I'm now reading Stork by Wendy Delsol
  5. I'm a lover of folklore.
  6. I'm a cat and a dog person.
  7. I have a soft spot for dark, yet also quirky stories.
And now for the winners (because the rules above said the number of winners can vary from 3-10 I decided to do 6)

  1. The ultra cool writers at  Wicked & Tricksy
  2. The wonderful Saraflower's Blog
  3. The thought-provoking Hektor Karl at After Troy
Congrats to all the winner and thanks again to Miss Kimberly (and thanks for the comment on the last post).

Friday, June 24, 2011

J is for Just can't make up my mind

I'm sorry (yet again) that there is a gap in my posting. I'm ashame to say that lately the ogress known as Writer's block has murder both my writing and my blogging( a side effect of soo much going on this last couple of days). However, Miss Kimberly asked in my last post what  field I plan on studying at Clemson (I would have answered in the comments, but everytime I'm tried to it started acting odd :( ). My chosen field is environmental studies in the Agriculture Department.  The upcoming orientation at Clemson and the checklist will keep me pretty busy in July, but I still will manage to post anytime I get the chance.

Have a great weekend! :)

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

I is for I'm excited and I just can't hide it!

Lately, I have been up to my ears in good news. My hunt for the elvish Scholarship has come to a close for now (at the Senior Banquet at my school last week I was awarded not one, but three scholarships), I have exactly 22, 850 dollars. Graduation was last Satuarday at around 3:00pm and lasted for about thirty mintues. Because I ranked third in my class (I was only at Bethune for two years after transfering there, and the new rule is that you have to be to a school four whole years to be Val or Sal), they had me recited the Plege of Alleginace at the beginning of the ceremony (lucky me). My great Mom booked a room at our local Ryan's restaurant. Long story short, it was a pretty sweet day. :D Happy Wednesday everybody!

P.S. The reason I have not written in a while is because Clemson mailed me a "to-do-list" of things that I must complete before school next fall.