ASHLEE IN THE CITY…

My life as a Colorado girl………..

The Unofficial Last Day of Summer and Other Discrepancies August 19, 2008

Filed under: Family,My life,Positive Thinking,Resolutions,Teens,Those Crazy Kids — godsprincess @ 11:37 pm

You don’t even know how many things I got wrong….. I was so wrong about this summer and anybody who had anything to do with it, that it surprises even me sometimes. I’m usually right about these things too. Anyways, it all started when my brother came up here for the summer and that changed my whole life around in itself but, that wasn’t it and it didn’t end there. Things started to change like I’d never known they could change before. Just in preparation for our up-and-coming first day of school there were things that I wans’t even prepared for. By this time my brother had officially decided to stay in Colorado so, that was all settled and we would once again be going to the same school…

 

Leap Day August 4, 2008

Filed under: Holidays,My life,Positive Thinking,Teens,Those Crazy Kids — godsprincess @ 5:32 am

I’m tellin you this was a great day and I didn’t even have to create a scene for it to be that way either (which I usually think of doing). Anyways, I’ve noticed some of the completely boring posts around WordPress and I’ve decided to just say that you people are crazy if you really think that not posting about day to day life and instead posting about the election (which as someone who was extremely interested in it at first via reading The President’s Daughter by Ellen Emerson White, who’s really getting tired of it) is going to make some sort of political statement then your even crazier than I thought you were before. I mean I’m just back and better than ever and ready to spice up wordpress’ boring social scene, that has been over-shadowed by this years election, even though I think that it’s going to be the most important one yet. Obama’s going to win. There, I said it, now you can rock back and forth for hours because you just don’t believe it. I don’t really know where the other candidates stand but, Obama and Hilary seem to be all they talk about. I mean I’ve kinda forgtten that there were other candidates running (for the Republican party) especially since last year there were like 30 of them including John Kerry (who should have just given up a long time ago, I mean, this man wants to rule the country so bad that he’ll run ten times before he actuall becomes president, something is really wrong with that). Anways, I just don’t think that Americas ready for a woman to be president, simply because she’s (Hilary) not feminine enough and the first thing I’d say when she becomes president would be “let’s bring in those people who made Chelsea over, you know when she started hanging out with Donatella Versace” (I just don’t think she looked that bad before). She probably should’ve just ran for president after Bill’s term was over. The only bad thing about that would be that we would have had to slowly watch that woman get older and older (note to the politicians wife: keep yourself (most importantly we wouldn’t get to watch Lil’Bush), Bush wasn’t that bad of a president if you ask me (I’m really not the one you want to ask though).

 

Mr.Magoriums Wonder Imporium April 10, 2008

Filed under: Entertainment,Family,Movies,My life,Teens,Those Crazy Kids — godsprincess @ 5:56 pm

O.k. it’s not like all I ever do is sit around watching movies but, that’s what I’d like to do because writing reviews about them is cool. As you may know, we watched Mr. Magoriums Wonder Imporium and it was great, I think it’s another one of those movies that get over-looked like, oh, I don’t know. Anways, the kids seemed to enjoy it and it made sense to me so, I thought it’d make a good movie to review. It was crazy though because since everybody’s been working so hard it’s been even harder to get together to watch movies especially since that was all we used to do. Even though the kids kind of played around like they always do when they watch the movie before everyone else does it turned out to be a pretty good experience and it’s a movie I’ll definetely watch again. From what I’ve heard, most people liked it and thought it was an extremely good movie. I just kind of wonder what the kids really thought of it though, I mean have you ever watched a movie and completely disliked it but, for some odd reason your parents did? That is another one of the mysteries of this little planet we call Earth. Here’s a little sneek peek…..