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Mission: Metal Competition

Greetings all! I have a little announcement to make! I am hosting a competition. Some of you have been reading my blog story Mission: Metal (don’t worry! If you haven’t read it you can still join the competition. XD). Basically, my story is set a post-apocalyptic world and is about a family who fights to defend their home from a mysterious band of criminals. So, about the competition: it’s an art contest for Mission: Metal (because I'm hopeless at drawing but I need pictures for my story and I know some of you guys can draw,) and there are no prizes, sorry (but if you win, you’ll get loads of virtual pizza, cookies, and lembas!!! XD). Here are the things you have to draw to enter (you only have to draw one [but you can do more if you want] ;-D): A post-apocalyptic setting (either a building, vehicle, scene, or something like that). A picture of Ian Eden, one of my MCs. He’s a 16-year-old kid with sandy hair and golden eyes. He’s pretty easy going and funny, but he h

Hobbit Day: September 22

Greetings, all! Today is Bilbo's and Frodo's birthday, September the 22nd! Kendra Lynne and I are going to interview each other about favorite LOTR characters, scenes, quotes, and themes; as well as share some LOTR trivia, gifs, and movie scenes! Enjoy!!! XD (Ahem; we apologize for any typos; it was difficult to write this post with two people and a bad internet connection on Mem's side. :-Z)  A Little About Us: I'm a super geeky Christian homeschooled teen. My MBTI personality type is INTJ; and I'm very unemotional and reserved.  My interests include reading, writing, movie making, listening to music, playing musical instruments, martial arts, photography, fandoms, and cake decorating.  I've loved LOTR and The Hobbit ever since I first picked up The Hobbit at age 7 and read that classic line: "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit." I also have two other blogs: : a book r

Hamlette's Tolkien Tag 2017

Greetings, all! Today is LoTR day!!! *cue much jumping, screaming, and flailing* To celebrate, I joined Hamlette’s Hobbit party (click link here if you want to find out more) and I am going to answer the questions in her LoTR tag. Enjoy! 1.        How long have you been a Tolkien fan? Ever since I picked up The Hobbit at age seven and read that classic line, “In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit.” 2. Has your love of Middle-earth affected your life? Most definitely. I have learned some things about life-as well as writing tips and character development-by reading LoTR and The Hobbit. Every time I pick up a Middle Earth novel or companion book, I find more gems of wisdom just waiting to be discovered. (Not to mention I joined a fandom. That always affects my life. ;-D) 3. If you had to take the One Ring to Mordor, which character would you choose for your sole companion? Oooh, that’s a hard one.


Greetings, all! As you all probably know from the title and picture of this post; I WENT AND SAW THE PIANO GUYS IN CONCERT!!!!!!!!!!!! It was AWESOME!!! *screams* I had heard that they were coming to my state for a while, so I asked my dad to look up their concert location and date, and wonder of wonders, IT WAS IN MY HOMETOWN ON A SATURDAY!!! Sooooooooo, of course I had to go. They are my favorite music group OF ALL TIME! XD The concert was outside in my town's amphitheater. Here are a few pictures (I apologize for the quality of the pictures; my dad was taking them with his phone and the lighting wasn't great). The tickets were forty dollars, which is kind of an ouch if you have to pay for it out of your pocket money (like me), but it was SO WORTH IT. There is nothing quite like listening to live music. No MP3s or CDs quite give you the full effect. Some of the songs that they played were: Fight Song\Amazing Grace (the video's quality isn't gre

Tuesday Photo Dump

Greetings, all! I LOVE photography, and as Kendra Lynne posted some of her beautiful photos on her blog, , I thought I would show you some of mine as well. :-) This might look familiar. I took a bunch of pictures like this for my profiles. ;-D Isn't snow just gorgeous? These are some interesting looking berries I found on a walk.  This reminds me of Mirkwood.  Ripples in the water.  Never do a picture shoot in 10 degrees farenheight. I think I froze. This is a really good book, though. Can't have a good book picture shoot without LOTR.  Don't ask how I got a book to stay in a tree. READ THESE BOOKS. Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me (wrong pirate story; I know). I thought this was cool.  Let's talk! D id you like my photos? Do any of you take pictures? Have you read any of these books? Namarie! ~MEM~