Friday, October 30, 2009

Life Takes a 360, pretty much everything in my life right now is completely changing. I just got a new full time job (which is great!), so 1.) I'll be getting up before the sun to get to work on time 2.) Because of this job, I'll be switching chiropractors (sure hope this new one is as good as my last- he was such a good doctor!) 3.) Also because of this new job, I won't be able to take care of "Little Boy" anymore :( (I'll miss that cute little kid...I'll have to visit every now and then) 4.) We just started rehearsal for the musical White Christmas, which opens in only 3 weeks, ah!!! 5.) And last, but not least, I have been called to be the Young Women's President in my church ward. I'm excited to be working with the Young Women, but it's going to be a challenge and a little difficult to get the hang of knowing how things work and what to do!

I just can't believe how much life is changing all at once! It was like BAM! One day I suddenly was bombarded with all these changes! I can't believe how busy I'm going to be...and probably how tired too! :P Don't get me wrong, I like being busy, but...all of a sudden all at once?! Wah! Oh well, I guess this is what's going to happen when I have kids, huh? Might as well get myself to adapt well to quick changes while I can, lol! ;)

Well, not like this is the most exciting story ever, but I just needed to write down my thoughts about all of this. It's just crazy how much life will be changing now! Good things happening, some bittersweet too, and although it's crazy, I'm sure it's good for me and that good things will come from it all. :)

Monday, October 26, 2009


It's that time again! Wow, the weeks just fly by!
This week's video is called Disturbia by 3173master starring the characters from the Final Fantasy games. I've never played them, but this video is totally awesome! :)

Friday, October 23, 2009


Hahahaha, this is hilarious! And just in time for Halloween too! :D

Monday, October 19, 2009

It's My Life-Matrix

Welp, here it is again! This week's video is one that my awesome friend made! It's called It's My Life-Matrix (on my YouTube channel) by SavvymacDavvy, starring Matrix from Reboot, along with all the other Reboot characters. (BTW, Reboot is an AWESOME show! Click here for info from Wikipedia on it!)

Friday, October 16, 2009


Ever wondered what Tommy the Green, then White, then Red Power Ranger is doing now that his Power Ranger days are over?
Here's your answer:

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Inuyasha...So Cool! :D

So, my new favorite thing right now is a Japanese anime called InuYasha. The story is really fun (click here for the plot explanation), and I enjoy it a lot, although I like the episodes in the middle best, so like parts of season 1, season 2, season 3, and season 4 until the Band of Seven come into the picture. Seriously, I just got so bored with those weirdos and the main characters kinda got overgeneralized...Oh well. I guess that's what happens when you make 167 episodes (WAAAHHH!) Crazy huh? And then there are the 4 movies (which number 2 is the best so far)! It takes FOREVER to watch the whole thing, and maybe my problem is that I'm just ready for the story to end. It's been fun and all, but I'm just ready for the story to end because the story didn't actually end either, so there is one more season that just came out this fall in Japan. I don't know when it will be available for English dub or even subtitles, so I guess I'll just have to learn Japanese! Ha ha, ;) Here's the new opening and ending for the series. I put them on here because they are awesome! :D

(BTW, in case anyone was wondering why they have that red string tied around their pinkies, I looked that up, because I was wondering too, hee hee! It's a Japanese concept called the Red String of Fate. The idea is that two people who are destined to be together are attached by an invisible red string bound to their pinky finger. This makes me sooooooo happy though, because I am definitely an Inuyasha/Kagome fan, they are so cute together, eee! ^_^ )

I LOVE that ending song! Here's the whole song on this next vid, if you'd like the hear the whole thing. It's pretty cool! :)

Monday, October 12, 2009

Hold Me Now

Here's the video of the week! This one is called Princess Tutu AMV - Hold Me Now by Komichi on YouTube. I've never seen Princess Tutu, but this video makes me want to! It's so cool! Enjoy!

The gist of Princess Tutu (according the Wikipedia): Princess Tutu includes elements of fairy tales and famous ballets, particularly Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. The series follows Duck, a duck who has transformed into a young girl who attends school and takes ballet, and her efforts to restore the heart of her mysterious schoolmate Mytho by transforming into Princess Tutu. The series explores the consequences of her actions and how they affect her and those around her, particularly Duck's classmate Rue, who is in love with Mytho, and Fakir, Mytho's childhood friend. It becomes apparent that Duck, Rue, Mytho, and Fakir are meant to play out the roles of characters in a story written by a writer named Drosselmeyer, but the characters begin to resist the constraints of their assigned fates and they fight to keep the story from becoming a tragedy.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Happy Halloween...InuYasha Style! :D

This is hilarious! I put it together! Have a good laugh and enjoy! :D

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Friday, October 2, 2009

Our Story

So I was thinking it would be fun to do a video of the week every week, and although I know it's Friday, I thought I'd start the first one early. :)
Our first video of the week is called "Our Story" by YakuKikyo on YouTube, featuring Inuyasha and Kagome (so cute)! Enjoy!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Conned By a Two-Year-Old

So, I take care of this cute little boy 2-3 times every week. For safety purposes we'll just call him "little boy" from here on out. He's a very cute kid and I love getting to take care of him and we have lots of fun together. Well, about the 2nd week (about a month ago), I couldn't remember how old he was, but I didn't want to seem silly, having to ask his parents what age he was. Well, I then got this brilliant idea. Why not ask Little Boy how old he was? Perfect! So I asked him, "Little Boy, how old are you?" and he said, "I'm four!" and held up four fingers. Great! Now I didn't have to feel silly asking his parents and I was able to find out how old he was! I thought I was so clever! Plus, I supposed that this would make sense since they had mentioned that they wanted to put him in preschool soon, and my own 4-year-old niece had just started preschool.

So, weeks went by, and one day we were visiting his aunt, who happens to be my friend, and her little boy. While we were talking, I thought I heard my friend mention something about Little Boy being 2 years old. I was a little confused by this, but, again, not wanting to be silly, I didn't mention it. So when we got home, I asked Little Boy again how old he was. "I'm four!" he said, and held up four fingers. "Hmmm..." I thought. "I must have just heard my friend wrong."

The next week, I needed to stop by the post office, so Little Boy and I went on a little outing together to run some errands. When we got to the post office, I happened to see a friend of mine from church. She asked who Little Boy was and asked him if he was two. I replied to her that he was actually four. She seemed a bit surprised, and as we said good-bye and Little Boy and I were standing in line, I looked down at Little Boy and wondered, "You know, if I were anyone else, I would say he was two also." That's when I began to get very suspicious.

So, my friend came over to visit later that same day, and, again, not wanting to seem stupid, I tactfully asked her without actually asking her how old Little Boy was. "His birthday was in March, so when his mom has the baby, he'll be almost three," she said.

I couldn't believe it. I had been tricked by a two-year-old! How could I have been so stupid????? All those times that my friends in elementary school had told me I was very gullible were suddenly coming back to me...

I seriously don't know what's wrong with me. I wondered sometimes if he really was four, but I figured he could tell me his real age, so I believed him! The other thing too was that he is taller and talks a little more than my nephew who is also two, so I thought maybe he had just barely turned four!

But I feel so silly...and the ironic thing is that I really wouldn't have felt so silly if I wouldn't have been so afraid of being silly in the first place! I feel even sillier now than how I would have at the start!

Oh well. I suppose this does make a good story, and a good lesson to never be afraid of feeling silly. :P