Blogger challenge #1

(For Blogging Challenge #1)

Why should people visit my blog? That is the question — and here’s the answer: Because they want to! Why should they want to? Maybe because they like hearing about the funny or interesting things that happen in my life, or because they enjoy my stories. I believe everyone should have their own reason for doing something, even if it matches someone else’s reason!

Homeschool kids carnival, #17

Heyyo. It’s time for the 17th Homeschool Blogs By Kids Carnival, and guess what? I’m hosting it!

by ninahale

So here are a few summer-y tales and ideas for you:

Campfire tales . . .

You know those nights where you invite some friends over, put up a bonfire, eat hot dogs, roast marshmallows, and maybe tell some ghost stories? Well, these might not be ghost stories, but they’re just as good!

Winter Memories . . .

What about those days when it’s so hot that you wish for the cold of winter? I know I get them! Well, I may not be able to hurry up the seasons, but you can always just think of winter fun!

by mikebaird

Friendly visits . . .

What about those summer field trips? Going to friends’ houses or to museums? To water parks? To another state or country!? Well, how about going back in time with these bloggers?

Bike rides and other activities . . .

Summer is a time to be running around outside, breathing the fresh air, and playing with friends. It’s a time to be happy and active! Well, here you can find some activities to keep your heart pumping ;)!

Crafty Summer Crafts . . .

What about those rainy days? Or those days when you get sick (UGH!)? Or those days when it seems just too hot to go out? When it feels like there is nothing to do? Well here are some crafts to take your mind off moping and give you some fun!

by feeliz

Summer science . . .

What about nature? Don’t leave it out of the game! Summer is a time to go exploring in the woods to check out the animals and plants. Some nature will even come to you — I got the bug bites to prove it ;). Or you can always get colorful with chemistry, too! Check out some of these science tricks:

. . . And other fun stuff!

Then there is the miscellaneous summer stuff! Like these:


To read more about the homeschooled kids blog carnival, go to

To get one of the carnival buttons for your blog, click here.

To submit a post for the next carnival, go to

Happy Blogging!

The kitten’s been purring for three years

WOO!!!!! I, Princess Kitten, have now been blogging for three years (a little more, as I didn’t make my blog and my post of “hello world” at exactly 8:37, and that is the time I’m posting this ;)).

Here are some other anniversaries (most probably not today) that you may celebrate:

  • Jesus Christ being born (many people celebrate Christmas, even if they aren’t Christian).
  • Your birthday.
  • Fellow family members’ birthdays.
  • Friends’ birthdays.
  • Jesus Christ coming back to life (many people celebrate Easter, even if they aren’t Christian).
  • Our country’s freedom (July 4th).
  • And a married couple celebrate their wedding anniversary.

What other holidays/anniversaries do you celebrate?

Well, anyways: I hope you stay with my blog through the ups and downs (writer’s block/not paying attention to my blog/only being able to think of boring ideas, and floods of ideas that I somehow get all/most of out to you, my readers) for many years to come!

Homeschool kids carnival…

Well! A couple days ago the homeschooled kids carnival went up and my post, “My winter wonderland,” was in it; along with a few other entertaining posts from many other blogs, including those of my blogging class class-mates (see my post “Bloggers Ed 101“).

So click here to go and look around the fifteenth home schooled kid carnival, there’s sure to be things for everyone! Someone even put something about the history of cotton in it!

Writer’s block

Sorry, everybody, that I haven’t put any thing up on my blog for a while, but I’ve got writer’s block. At least I’m a real writer now, at least that’s what my mom says. And if you got writer’s block, my mother would probably say, “That means you’re a real writer, because every writer gets writer’s block. Even J. K. Rowling.”

So anyway I’m a real writer now, and I’ll back as soon as I can be.