New Year’s Resolutions!

Happy New Year’s everybody! Only a couple more hours until 2016, and only a couple hours left of 2015! Aren’t you excited? Cause I am!  The new year will be representing the third year of this little blogs existence, so YAY!

 Now, to be honest, I’ve been a little  extremely lazy with this blog last year, and I’m really sorry that I haven’t been as attentive as I should have. For my new year’s resolution, I promise to spend a lot more time posting, instead of fermenting into a couch potato. ;^)

Along with the new year, there are going to be a couple major changes around this place. All will be revealed in time,  but until then…

Ten Resolutions for Creative People

Green Tip

Be sure to clean up the remains of your fireworks! 

Disney Magic, The Sequel!

Yep! It’s that time again! The sequel to the epic magic-ness of Disney Paris!!!

Last time we went, (see the adventure here) the tickets were much cheeper then we thought they’d be, (still expensive, but definitely less) and we ended up buying enough tickets for TWO trips. So at six am, we piled into the car and drove to Paris.

Four hours later, we arrive at the gates of Disney.

Ohhhhh... Halloween. BWAHAHAHA!

Oohhhoohhh…Spooky. BWAHAHAHA!

One thing’s for sure, it’s MUCH more crowded then the last time! Partly because of the entire Halloween-iness, and that most schools were on a two week break. So we had to wait about ten-fifteen minutes in total until we entered the park. It was still not as long as I’d expected it to be, and we quickly found ourselves in Main Street, which was totally decked out with ghosts!


They also re-bulbed the lampposts. Lovely touch.

They also re-bulbed the lampposts. Lovely touch.

Another fun thing they did was insert sound effects into the buildings. About every ten seconds, there would be a ghosty moan or an girlish shriek emanating from them. It annoyed a couple people, but I was grinning every time there was a burst of insane laughter.

Old car!!!

Old car!

Old car!

They had a lot of life-sized ghosts hanging around everywhere so people could take pictures with them. I only managed to take a photo of a few, but I hope they make you grin.

I was really tempted to pull everyone over and take a picture of myself in this.

I was really tempted to pull everyone over and take a picture of myself in this.

More vintage cars!!!

More vintage cars!!!

Since we’ve already ridden (almost) every ride in the park,  we just slow rolled through everything. After hooking up with a friend, we headed over in the general direction of Fronteir-land. Eventually, we found our way inside.

Oh! What's that in the distance? BIG THUNDeR MOUNTAIN!!!

Oh! What’s that in the distance? BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN!!!

To our delight, the place was just as equally decked out as Mainstreet, only in a more, autumn-y pumpkin-headed scarecrow filled way.

Runaway Pumpkinface!

Runaway Pumpkinface!

I really like those lanterns. Maybe I'll be able to recreate them with some card stock...

I really like those lanterns. Maybe I’ll be able to recreate them with some card stock…

Since we didn’t want to risk missing it like we almost did last time, Big Thunder Mountain was the first place we went to. However, the wait in line was an hour long, so we decided to go in the Haunted Mansion while we waited for our Fast Pass.

Welcome, foolish mortals!

Welcome, foolish mortals!

This was the only photo of inside the manor I could take before it was too dark.

Can you read what they say? The first one says, “Faithful Butler. Kept the master happy.” and the second one says, “Faithful Chambermaid. Kept the master happier.” ;^)

Our view once we exited the ride.

Our view once we exited the ride.

I’ve gotta say, the ride gets better the more you ride it!

These guys were playing outside the ride when we got out.

These guys were playing outside the ride when we got out.

At this point, everyone was starting to get hungry. So, after a bit of searching, we decided to eat here. Warning: This restaurant has rather bad (photo-taking wise) lighting so the photos are not going to be as good!

Warning! Bad lighting inside!

Warning! Bad lighting inside!

The picture can’t capture how beautiful this place actually is, so you’ll have to go there yourself to see.

Fun fact: The restaurant itself is actually part of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride! We watched people pass by in little boats along the “river” as we waited for our food to come.

Our drinks and appetizers quickly arrived. My siblings and I were half amused, half disappointed, of how small the drinks were.

Here's a side-by-side comparison of how small they are. They're only slightly nigger then my pointer finger!

Here’s a side-by-side comparison of how small they are. They’re only slightly higher than my pointer finger!

Since practically everything on the menu was seafood (again, I’m a vegetarian) I ordered from the kid’s menu. This is what I got.

The veggies in ranch weren’t that great (the ranch was sour and the veggies were dry) but the pasta, with the side of tomato sauce (upper right corer) was delectable.

Then, for desert, my little sister and I decided to get a mango smoothie.

There was a large chocolate stick embedded into it sitting atop whipped cream The smoothie itself though, was extremely sour and I couldn't eat it.

There was a large chocolate stick embedded into it sitting atop whipped cream. The smoothie itself though, was extremely sour and I couldn’t eat it.

Since the smoothie was gross, my mom shared her desert with us.

FIRE!!!!

FIRE!!!!

We ended up spending two hours inside the restaurant, and by the time we got out, it was around 2:00. We decided to go over to the Aladdin attraction, and walked across a maze of rope bridges and really dark “caves” to get there.

This was the biggest bridge we had to cross.

This was the biggest bridge we had to cross.

Romantic no?

Romantic, no?

PHOTOBOMB!!!!

PHOTOBOMB!!!!

Then we walked over to Big Thunder Mountain. We ended coming across two Disney characters along the way.

Zazoo and… the snake from the Jungle Book. (I forgot his name!)

Big Thunder was a blast! Just like last time, this was without a doubt, everyone’s favorite ride!

After that, we marched over to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Last time we came to Disney the ride was closed, but thankfully it was opened this time around. The line was very long, but definitely worth it. And the best part, the ride was totally original, no Davy Jones, no Jack Sparrow, and it even had the talking skull and crossbones!!! After that and a quick coffee break, we continued on to Tomorrow Land.

The adults really wanted to go onto Space Mountain again, and I really didn’t want to go onto it again. Since I’m old enough to wait outside, and won the choice not to ride it, I got to wait outside while everyone else went on. During that time, I took a couple photos of my surroundings and chatted with my younger brother (who also didn’t want to go on the ride).

After about fifteen minutes, the adults and my little sister came out of the ride and we headed over to Sleeping Beauty’s castle.

And now, the superstar of the park, THE DRAGON!!!

Psst! Mr. Dragon! Wake up!

Psst! Mr. Dragon! Wake up!

Poof!

Poof!

Oh! Hello there, foolish mortals!

Oh! Hello there, foolish mortals!

Once we exited the dungeon, we found the back of the castle thrashed by a threshold of thorns!

Gasp!

Gasp!

MALFEASANT!!! SQUEEE!

MALFEASANT!!! SQUEEEEEE!!!!

Sadly, we didn’t have enough time to say hello (curses!) and we went on our way to the Teapot ride.

This was a picture I snapped of the castle inside the center of the Wonderland Maze. Words of advice, just skip it. It’s a pain in the butt, and way too crowded, even the last time we went there!

Soon, we were in our teacups. After spinning around for about a minute (that’s how long the ride lasts) we got off and headed back towards the castle for the parade. We found Malfeasant (and the huge crowd around her) gone, leaving me a clear view of the giant thorn bush.

By the time we reached a spot to watch the parade, all of the front row seats were taken and the sun was setting. I did my best to take the best quality photos I could do under the circumstances, but my photos don’t do it justice.

Fairies!!!

Fairies!!!

The fairy from Pinochio.

The fairy from Pinochio.

MERLIN!!! :^D

It’s MERLIN!!! :^D

Everyone's favorite, Elsa, Anna, and Olaf.

Everyone’s favorite, Elsa, Anna, and Olaf.

I wonder what’s behind that secret panel…

Rapunzel, ridding on a swing in a flowery climate attached to the other side of the Frozen float.

There’s Rapunzel. Ridding on a swing in a flowery climate attached to the other side of the Frozen float.

I really like the lanterns.

There’s Pascal!

MAD HATTER!!!! (Such a pleasant fellow)

MAD HATTER!!!! (Such a pleasant fellow)

I’ve gotta say, the Alice in Wonderland float kind of freaks me out a bit…

Creepy...

See? Creepy…

There are no strings on me! :^D

There are no strings on me! :^D

Run Pinocchio, RUN!

Hup hup hup hup hup!

Hup hup hup hup hup!

Hello there, partner!

Whiny the Pooh!

Whinny the Pooh!

Eore! (DANGE IT! I couldn't get a front side picture!)

Eore! (DANG IT! I couldn’t get a front side picture!)

Tigger and a bumblebee!

Tigger and a bumblebee!

This next part is probably my favorite. Right before the Lion King float, there’s a group of people carrying parrots on sticks. They look really pretty when they’re spun around.

Ohhh.

Ohhh.

Ahhhh.

Ahhhh.

Look at all the people with their cameras!

I really like how this pic turned out.

I really like how this pic turned out.

Simba.

Simba, Pumba and Timone!

The BABOON!

And the BABOON!

Mr. Smee and a group of other pirates.

Mr. Smee and a group of other pirates.

Peter Pan and, I think that's Captain Hook...x

Peter Pan and, I think that’s Captain Hook driving the float…

Just to let you know. Favorite float. Right there.

Just to let you know. Favorite float. Right there.

Hang on Bert! HANG ON!!! :^D

Hang on Bert! HANG ON!!! :^D

Very blurry photo.

Very blurry photo. :^P

And now for the finally!

Mini and Mickey!

Mini and Mickey!

Donald and Goofy! Gettin down with it!

Donald and Goofy! Gettin down with it!

Guess what's behind the float?

Guess what’s behind the float?

It's Tink!

It’s Tink!

Quickly, before the crowds could stampede us anywhere, we marched over to Tomorrow Land to ride the Buzz Lightyear ride (sorry, no photos). The ride itself kept on pausing, allowing us a lot of time to hit the same targets over  and over again. In the end, I ended up with a high score of 20,000, while my dad got over 60,000!

Then, we walked over to Star Tours. This one, is another must. I mean, sure, all of the Star Tours rides are epic, and even though there’s only one version here, it’s the original! Plus, there’s also a Star Wars themed arcade near the exit, so you can goof off a little bit before continuing your Disney venture.

After exiting the arcade and the gift shop, it was pretty dark and my battery was almost dead. I used what little battery I had left to take nighttime photos.

Blurry Photo! (I actually like how this one turned out)

The castle's really pretty at night.

The castle’s really pretty at night.

We saw that there was a Disney show going on near the castle, so we hustled over and caught it just in time.

It's hard to tell, but there's the evil queen from Snow White up there.

There’s the evil queen from Snow White.

Then my battery died. :^L

The “show” turned out to be a meet-and-greet with Disney Villains, and since my phone was, again, dead, we left and looked for a place to eat. We sat down at the restaurant inside Tomorrow Land, and ate some fast food very similar to, Mc Donald’s. (Eh! Eh! Get it?) Then we exited the park, and drove home.

. . . .

The day afterwards, I took a photo of my souvenir, which I bought at the Star Tours gift shop.

Awwww, look at dat face!

Awwww, look at dat face!

They had a fun, “build your own droid” section, where I made this little guy. I sat him up on a shelf with two other Star Wars toys.

Why yes, those are candy things.

Why yes, those are candy things.

All in all, not a bad day! I had a lot of fun and hope you guys can to, if you ever decide to visit.

So long, folks!

P:S: Stay tooned for Halloween costume reveal.

Green Tip

It’s Halloween everyone! Lot’s of candy everywhere, which means lots of candy wrappers too. If you trick-or-treat, be sure to recycle all of your candy wrappers, instead of throwing them away.

Pixie Pumpkins!

Woopee!!!

Only 8 more days left until Halloween!!!

YAAAAAAYYYYYYY!!!

YAAAAAAYYYYYYY!!!

I’ve been working on my costume all month and I can’t wait to show it to you guys! However, that’s gonna have to wait  until latter because today it’s all about pumpkins.

One of the many things I absolutely love about the fall is the glorious pumpkin. They’re delicious, bright orange, a fun carving canvas, what’s not to love? Now, last year we had a HUGE mini pumpkin harvest, and this year we hoped for the same. Unfortunately, our garden hasn’t been that successful this year. None of the corn grew, all of our wildflowers didn’t bloom so beautifully, the tomatoes took forever to mature, and we only ended up with about 7 pumpkins in total. :^(

These are the only one's I'm using today, so these are the only ones I took pics of.

These are the only one’s I’m using today, so these are the only ones I took pics of.

However, seven’s better then zero! So I “borrowed” the three pumpkins you see in the photo above, and began to experiment. This is what I came up with.

Pixie Pumpkins!

Pixie Pumpkins!

So grab your glitter and acrylic paint and let’s go! (P:S: I forgot to take a supply photo before I started painting the pumpkins! Boops!)

  1. Acrylic paint.
  2. Glitter.
  3. A pumpkin (I used miniature ones but the big ones’ll work just as fine)
  4. A paper cup.
  5. Some glue.
  6. A paint brush.
  7. A foam paint brush.
  8. And a paper plate.

P:S:

Before I began, I glued on a flower bead to the top of one of the pumpkins. To make it look like it still had a stem. You can do the same thing if you don’t want your pumpkin to be stemless.

Tada!

Tada!

On with the tutorial!!!

Step 1.

Cover your pumpkin with an even coat of paint. Your not going to get it all in one go so be patient and let it dry completely between layers!

Patients is key.

Patients is key.

Step 2.

Once it’s completely dry, put your pumpkin onto a paper plate because it’s gonna get messy.

Step 3.

Pour some glue into your paper cup, then add a tiny amount of water. Key word tiny. Any more and your gonna end up with paint peeling off and nobody wants that.

Ick.

Ick.

Step 4.

Take your foam brush, and dip it into the glue mixture. Dab, smear, press, or just take the cup and drizzle the glue onto the top of your pumpkin. The technic is entirely your choice. ( I used the drizzle technic on mine)

Step 6.

If there’s any glue on the plate, move the pumpkin to another paper plate, then douce the whole thing in glitter!!!

Step 8.

Now, DON’T TOUCH IT! I mean it. Just leave it alone. Don’t try to fix anything or you’ll end up peeling off the paint!

Step 9.

Now is the time to use your paint to fix any smears or add more glue and glitter onto areas you’ve missed.

Step 10. FINAL STEP!

Once the pumpkin is completely dry, gently brush off any loose glitter onto your plate, then carefully put the glitter back into it’s container. (let’s not be wasteful with glitter now)..

And vwala! Your pixie pumpkin is complete! Now I tried this decorating technic onto the white gourd, and had some mixed results. The end result is, decent. But not as great as the original. It was extremely difficult to apply the glue and glitter, the paint kept on peeling off, and it just didn’t look as nice. I advise to just skip decorating gourds altogether, and stick to the pumpkins!

Now, some of you might be wondering what happened to the third pumpkin. Well, here’s your answer!

Hala!

Hala!

Enjoy!

Green Tip

Make your own costumes for Halloween. Store bought one’s are not the best quality and use up a lot more resources then homemade ones. Plus, homemade costumes last longer, and are can be  more fun!

Facorns (Fabric Acorns)

Acorns. Man, who doesn’t love em’? They’re tiny, cute, and hold the power to create a huge tree inside their tiny shells! When I was eight years old, I would cram as many acorns into my pockets whenever I stumbled across an acorn tree, then empty them into jars once I got home.

The jars disappeared, as well as my habits of collecting acorns, as the years progressed, but I never creased to enjoy their natural beauty. Finally, a couple weeks ago, when those little suckers started falling from the trees, I began to collect them again. Pretty soon, I started finding them everywhere, falling out of my coat pockets, and littered all over my room. I contemplated what I should do with them, then I found a small pile of acorn tops missing their bottoms.

I had a “Uricka!” moment, took out some scrap fabric, and came up with this.

These are really easy and fun to make! Here’s what you’ll need.

  1. Some scrap fabric.
  2. A sewing needle.
  3. Some matching thread.
  4. A pair of scissors.
  5. An acorn cap. (To make sure it doesn’t start to decompose, store your acorn caps in a dry area for several days before use. This’ll remove any moisture that might still be there.)
  6. Your trusty hot glue gun.
  7. A sewing pin.
  8. A pen.
  9. Pillow stuffing.

Let’s get started!

Step 1.

fold your fabric in half, put the acorn cap on top, then take your pen and draw a loose acorn shape around it. Be sure to make it a little bigger then you want your actual acorn to be.

Step 2.

Take your sewing pin and put it through your fabric. Then, take your scissors and cut along the lines.

Step 3.

Thread your needle and sew around the perimeter.

Step 4.

Take out your pin, then turn the fabric right side out.

Step 5.

Stuff your facorn with pillow stuffing.

Step 6.

I had fun taking this picture.

I had fun taking this picture.

Re-thread your sewing needle and sew the opening shut.

Step 7.

Fill the acorn cap with hot glue, then quickly put your facorn into the cap before the hot glue can cool.

And you’re done!

Tada!

Tada!

The background is a miniature door I got for a birthday present.

Now that you’ve mastered the technique, why not make a couple dozen?

Now comes the hard part, finding out what exactly to do with them! Decided to turn one of them into a removable button and attach it to one of my hats.

Tada!

What ideas will you come up with for using the facorns? Let me know in the comment section!

Green Tip

Just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean you need to turn the heater up! Keep them as low as possible, then open all of your windows to let sunlight and warmth inside and bundle up!

Nutella, Messy Messes, and Eclairs (YUM!)

How’s it going folks? Having a lovely winter? (We’re having a white one)! :^)

This is the lovely view from my balcony.

:^)

 Now two days ago I was wondering about what to for today’s post, so I was flipping through one of my Girl Scout journey books (for inspiration), then I found a recipe that I REALLY wanted to try. Guess what it is. If you’ve guest eclairs, (or cheated by looking at the tittle) then your correct!

Need:

  1. 4 eggs at room temperature.
  2. 1/2 a cup of butter (It should say on the wrapper) plus a little extra to grease your cookie sheet.
  3. 1/2 a teaspoon of salt.
  4. 1 cup of all-purpose white flour.
  5. 1 cup of water.

1. Dollop some butter onto a paper towel and start greasing your cookie sheet.

Use butter. No elbow grease required.

No elbow grease required.

2. Next, preheat your oven to 450 degrees F.

3. Pour your salt, butter, and water into a medium sized pot, stir often, and wait for it to boil. HEADS UP: When it gets boiling the next steps are going to be CRAZY.

it

4. This is going to sound weird, but pour your flour into the boiling pot and it’s going to steam a lot while you mix it.

Don

Don’t freak out and keep stirring.

Tada!

Tada!

5. At this point I turned off the heat and removed the pot from the still hot stove and added the eggs. Be sure to add them in one at a time.

This photo was taken at the 2nd-3rd added egg.

This photo was taken at the 2nd-3rd added egg.

6. When I was done, the dough was all clumpy when it should still be one big lump of dough. So I put it back onto the hot part of the stove, (Do not turn it on, it should still be hot) and mixed it up for a few seconds, then removed it from the heat.

7. Now your supposed to dollop the dough into small log shapes (Give them S P A C E. They’ll expand like crazy), and I thought you were supposed to do it with your hands. But obviously, I was wrong.

GLEAGH!

GLEAGH!

So after I washed my hands, (That dough is STICKY) I used my spoon to dollop the dough into logs tried to even them out.

Ahhh. Much better.

Ahhh. Much better.

8. Now put your eclairs into the oven and cook them for 15 minutes.

Creepy owl timer stair of DOOM!

Creepy owl timer stare of DOOM!

Now would be a good time to do those dishes.

Messy!

Messy!

9. After your eclairs cook for 15 minutes, turn the heat down to 350 degrees F, and let them cook for 30 more minutes.

10. Take them out of the oven and let them cool completely before you add the filling.

Tada!

Tada!

It was at this point when I found out that we didn’t have any heavy cream (NOOO!) so my mom went to the store that evening but it was bedtime when she came back. And in the morning, I woke up with a really bad fever (it’s almost gone now) but I knew I had to finish making the eclairs.

Need:

  1. A cup of really cold heavy cream.
  2. 1/2 a teaspoon of vanilla.
  3. 1 teaspoon (or more) of sugar.

Oh, and you’ll also need one of these.

Girl's best friend

Girl’s best friend

1. Pour all of your ingredients into a large bowl and start mixing it until it looks like this.

 Now it is time to do the final touches to your eclairs (YAY!)!

1. Take a knife and carefully slice open the top.

2. Now take a spoon and fill up your eclairs.

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3. Place the top back onto the treat. Take another spoon and spread some Nutella on the top of your eclair.

Mmmm. Nutella.

Mmmm. Nutella.

Now dig in!

Yum!

Yum!

This recipe gives you 6 eclairs (depending on how big you make them). They would be great for parties and they’re supper delicious. Like this post and subscribe to this blog.

Green Tip

Did you know that some plastics that are often used in the kitchen can be poisonous? Here’s a video that will tell you what plastics are safe to use, and ones you should avoid like the flu! Plastics

Sorceress Costume

Hello everyone! I know this is SUPER last minute but you know what they say, better late then never!

Now originally I wanted to make a What Dose the Fox Say Opagugunstyle smashup, but we didn’t have any fabric stores around and if we bought our fabric online, it would come to late. Then I thought of making a Wildstyle costume but I didn’t like the sweatsuit we were going to use. So in the end, I decided to make a modern sorceress costume.

1. So my costume is loosely inspired by Harry Potter so I didn’t add a cape or anything else obvious. Instead, I took a fun patterned shirt, simple jeans and a black jacket since it’s cold.

2. So next you’ll have to gather all of the jewelry that would go good with this costume. Stuff like chains, mystical-y pieces lockets, mismatched earrings, rings, that sort of stuff.

3. Next you’ll try out your hairstyle. You can do it differently but I was going for the kind of crazy sorceress from Harry Potter.

That lady

That lady

So I put my hair up in a really loose, slightly on one side high pony tail. If your going for this then you’ll really want it to look messy and slightly crazy. You can even put ribbons and hair clips if you wanted to. (P.S. My parents have strict rules when it comes to putting photos of me online, so I couldn’t do a good photo to show you my hair. Sorry!)

5. Next you’ll want to see how it looks together. Experiment with your jewelry and mess around with your hair even more.

6. For make-up I didn’t use anything. You can if you want to but I wasn’t in the mood for it.

7. Ok you can simply use weird hand motions and utter gibberish or you can make a wand and utter gibberish. I didn’t have enough time to make one so I borrowed my brother’s instead.

1st Harry Potter wand tutorial

Lavender Wands (I think this is for spa home treatments but it looked pretty nifty)

2nd Harry Potter Wand Tutorial

Little Kid’s Wands

 8. Now to add to the whole sorceress look, I simply took a magical-y book I had on hand (It happened to be the Monster Manual from D&D).

 9. And viola! Your done! Now you can go trick-or-treating or go to a fun party!

I hope you’ve enjoyed todays post and I hope you’ll enjoy this Halloween! You can easily change this up to a more “everyday” wear like I would (parents may not agree). Tell me what you’ll be dressing up for Halloween and maybe you can suggest a how-to as well. Oh, and until then you can watch this video about the history of Halloween.

Halloween!

I don’t have enough time to take a photo so I’ll update that as soon as possible!

EXPECTO PETRONUM!!!

EXPECTO PETRONUM!!!

Green Tip

When your out trick-or-treating, be sure to not throw your wrappers on the ground!

Pumpkin Candle Holders

So when it was time to harvest our gardens crops, I noticed just how many pumpkins and gourds we grew (gourds are miniature pumpkins)! I mean, we filled a huge basket full of them and put it outside for decor, and there were so many still left in the shed! It would be a shame to just let them rot! There were so many ideas I wanted to try, this was the first one I did.

Need: Small pumpkins (or gourds), a knife, a small candle that you’ll like to use, a pen, a spoon and the kitchen sink (har har, you know, the joke, everything but the kitchen sink?)!

1. Wash your gourds and dry them off.

2. Place the candle over the top of your gourd and trace around it with your marker.

Like this.

Like this.

3. (This is the part when my mom insists on orders me to let her do it so I don’t accidentally cut myself.  CAREFULLY carve out your gourd.

Doing this makes it a lot easier.

Doing this makes it a lot easier.

4. Here, you’ll hollow out your gourd with your spoon

Try to ignore the messy background.

Try to ignore the messy background.

5. Now see if your candle will fit. If not, use your spoon to slowly carve off more of the gourd and see if it fits. But be careful! You don’t want it to fall into the gourd itself!

 Ok, I forgot to make an after photo, I’ll make some more and take a photo when the candles are lit and post. Now when you’re satisfied with your gourd, turn the lights off, light the candle, turn an audio book, sit down and watch the candle flicker into the evening as you enjoy your story and slowly drift into, ZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…

Green Tip

 Ok, I know my “green tips” are mainly about how to help the environment but I think this can make you change how you use the internet (and hand over your socks!!!). 

Socktober!!!