Lookin’ Out My Back Door

Today’s daily prompt from the daily post is Lookin’ Out My Back Door “Look out your back window or door — describe what you see, as if you were trying to convey the scene to someone from another country or planet.” 

The link: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/prompt-back-door/

When I look out my back door, I see a series of things. The first thing which catches my eye is the vegetable garden. It is a couple of feet high, and has soil filled in it almost to the top. A wooden barrier or boundary surrounds the garden, with a step stool in front for people to tend to the garden.

Another thing I notice is the next door house. They have a fence which separates our property from theirs. There is a small rectangular window in the side of the home. There are two pine trees in the backyard, a little taller than our house.

Coming in closer to my house, there is a deck, a reddish-brown color. Robins, sparrows, doves, and occasionally hawks or cardinals perch on the railing. They play, fight, and feed. In the spring, sometimes I even see small chicks learning how to fly.



Liebster Award

I have been recently nominated for the Liebster award by Aarya & Veda. The post: http://thafreebird.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/the-liebster-award/

 To be honest, at first I thought that this was fake, but then I looked it up, and I stand corrected. This is my first blogging award.

The Liebster award is given to new bloggers, to discover new blogs.

These are the rules:

 Link back to the blogger who nominated you.

 Answer the 11 questions asked by the blogger who nominated you.

3. Nominate some other bloggers with less than 200 followers.

 Go to the blogs you nominated and notify them of your nomination.

 Give your nominees 11 questions to answer.


I will now answer the questions which I was asked:

  •  Why did you start writing a blog?
  • I wanted to share my ideas and and and thoughts with the world.
  •  If given chance, which fantasy world would you like to live in and why?
  • I would live on Cybertron, form Transformers.
  • What was your first post on your blog?
  • It was discussing the Relevance of this blog.
  • What is your take on live in relations?
  • I don’t understand this question…
  • Which is your favorite book and why?
  • The House of The Scorpion by Nancy Farmer. It is a perfect mix of science fiction and adventure.
  • Do you believe in love at first sight?
  • I have no idea..
  • The top 5 destinations you want to cover in your life.
  • Mt.Everest, Australia, Belize, Paris, and California
  • Which of your childhood memory is the prettiest one, please brief.
  • Riding down to the park on a tricycle.
  • What’s the thing you wanted most in your life?
  • A dSLR camera.
  • Which incident has touched you most in your life?
  • I’m not quite sure of  this.
  • What’s your relaxing mantra?
  • “Check the key signature.” It’s not exactly relaxing, though.

My nominees:



My questions are:

1. Do you close the closet door when you go to bed at night?

2. What is your favorite hobby?

3. Why are you such a cucumber? LOL

4. Favorite food?

5. Do you like orange juice?

6. What is your usual bedtime?

7. If you had a superpower, what would it be?

8. Worst fear?

9. Have you ever sang in the shower?

10. What is your biggest pet peeve?

11. What is your favorite color?



If I could Turn Back Time…



(Artwork from the second grade)


Today’s daily writing prompt from the Daily Post is “If I could turn back time

If I could relive a part of my life, it would be the elementary school years. Those were the careless, free days. School days were kind of like daycare. We would play many games, do fun activities, and get lots of recess. (I remember playing four square with a bunch of friends outside. I was really good at that game. XD)

We never had to worry about anything important. Our only problems were things like, “He budged in line!” or “She took my spot!”

That is why I would like to relive and cherish those first years of my life. No work, responsibilities, or worries.

However, being in middle school, I am still relatively care free. I’m not quite a young adult, or a small child. I am right in between. When I’m older, my opinion on this topic might change. I have many more years to go. 🙂