Monthly Archives: December 2014

New years resolutions

So I made a post about this last year as well, And I gotta say, I may have kinda sorta failed. One of my resolutions was to work on my book. Heh. Yeah, that didn’t happen. I was writing a book on wordpress called Wizards Games, but I still have just as much on it as I did two years ago. I pretty much forgot that it even existed.

Another was to blog more. I guess that actually worked okay, but only a tiny bit. I go through phases of blogging. I do it for one straight week, then I just stop for a month. It’s awful. So those two are going back on my list.

My last resolution was to stop procrastinating. To be fair to myself, that is a really hard resolution to keep. It’s almost changing my entire personality and actually would change my entire life. So instead of “stop procrastinating”, I am going to change it to turn in all homework. Turning in homework on time would be nice, but knowing myself, that probabally won’t happen. Therefore, I just don’t want to have any missing work.

I’m going to add two new resoltions this year, one being to not cry over boys, because I sadly do that VERY often. It’s even more pathetic when you put the fact that I don’t even date into the equation. Anyway, the second is to ditch my friends. I really need friends who can carry a conversation on something deep, or at the very least on something other than people or school.

So this is what my list looks like:

1) Work on my book

2) Blog more

3) Turn in ALL homework

4) Don’t cry over boys

5) Ditch friends/ make new friends

Here’s the link to my post last year if you want to see it: ¬†

What are your resolutions. Or are you perfect and don’t need to make any? ;p


Christmas Vacation

I’ve never done a post like this, but I had lots of fun over Christmas and I’v been taking a photography class so I’m pretty proud of my photos.

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I had a lot of fun. My Grandparents came to visit us in Mexico City for Christmas. They have a Mexican employee who owns his own farm in Mexico so we went and visited him and his family. They were all really nice. How was your Christmas?

It must, therefore it will

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how if something has to happen, it will. Because I think it’s true. If something HAD to happen, as reality is depending on this event, it will. It’s simple, if this thing did not happen, nothing beyond that failed event would happen. Everything would simply cease. But oblivion of all things is simply impossible. Oblivion it’s self simply does not, and cannot, exist.

I’m really bad at staying on topic. Let’s try this. If, for example, Bruce Wayne’s parents did not die, Batman would never have come into existence.If Batman did not exist, Barbra Gordon would never have become Batgirl, and all the rest of the Bat family never would have existed either. Now I want you to think of all the times any member of the family has ever defeated a villain, saved a life, or changed someone’s life. This is all simply theoretical, and you could argue that this universe doesn’t exist, (as far as we know) but if Batman simply WASN’T, then the entire world would be changed. The reality we know would not exist.

Also, in the book “Emperor Joker”, the Joker tries to erase Batman from existence, send him into oblivion. But, even with all the power of the cosmos, it could not be done. Why? Because Batman had to be. He simply HAD to. If he didn’t exist, Joker wouldn’t have been the same person, wouldn’t have been able to acquire all his power, and nothing. NOTHING. That’s all that would happen. No. Not nothing. Because for nothing to exist, something must also exist, otherwise the word would be irrelevant. Oblivion would exist. But according to it’s very nature, it doesn’t exist. IT CAN’T. But maybe I’ll go into that later.

Thanks for reading my rant. I feel like I could go into more detail about this, like variables and stuff, but I’m drained. Tell me if you want to hear more about the absoluteness of events.