Wednesday, December 23, 2009

This is what I do at home

First off, with the time I've had being at home I tried to update my blog just a bit. I've been looking at other blogs and trying to update myself with the blogging world.I've noticed that mine is definitely lacking in "coolness." Lots of blogs have cool features and applications, videos, colors, games and whatnot. So I tried to update mine ... but Im starting small. (I mean, it was just about 3 days ago that I realized that my blog has a spell check on it. All this time life could have been so much easier and I just never knew). So I figured out spell check and a couple of other new features that you should take a look at. For example, I know lots of people don't write comments because they don't have an account (which is super easy and free to make btw). But now at the end of each post, you have the option of clicking and voting for if you think the post was funny, interesting, or thought-provoking! And if you would like to share my blog with your friends (please do please do!) then on the right sidebar ---------------> you can choose to share via facebook or twitter! And finally if there is a topic you remember me talking about and want to look it up again but don't know where to find it, or something like that, then I added a "Search" feature on the right sidebar that searches through my entire blog! Check it out guys =) Pretty soon I'll be a blogger expert.

So for any other college students, or maybe just people that live away from home ... do you also find yourself sitting on your bedroom floor looking through old knickknacks, papers, pictures, and suddenly 2 or 3 hours pass by?

Well, I do.
Every time I go home. I find myself looking through the same stuff too. Its such a waste of time, but its just what I do when I go home I guess.
So I was looking through some old stuff and I came across a book full of stickers I used to collect. Stickers are so cute, but there are very few purposes for them. Every time I write a letter, which is about 3 times a year I put silly stickers on them or the envelope just because its fun. Andddddddd, really that's about the only purpose for them. What do you use stickers for when your 20? Someone tell me. Because I have a ton of cute ones and no use for them except to waste 3 hours every time I go home sitting on my floor saying "I remember when I got these stickers. I love them."

Well fortunately this time around I found a use for some of them. Page 89 and 90 was oddly a "Habitat for Microorganisms." So I had to create a home for them. All I could picture in my head was an ant farm. So with my stickers I made a little mini farm for my microorganisms. Farmhouse, barn, windmill, flower garden, and vegetable garden, train and some toys to play with, mini basketball, football, beach ball, teddy bear, and wagon. This way here, my mini microorganisms have all the appropriate mini things they need for living: a place to live for safety, food for living, flowers for mental health, and toys so they keep active and happy. Oh and a form of transportation in case they want to go visit other microorganism friends on the other side of the farm.

Yaa ... This is what I do when Im home ...

1 comment:

  1. ahahah Linds I had a sticker collection too! I should bring them to school.