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So how y'all doing? My name's Cassidy and the gentleman you see in my picture is Sam. I like cats and music a lot and oh I play the ukulele, piano, and other shtuff. Have a nice day :)

Monday, November 30, 2009

Good bye, November

I would proudly like to announce, that in this very month, November, I have written seventeen posts! That's the most in one month I've written this year! My personal best is November of 2008, and that's twenty four posts! That's gonna take some effort to beat. If you notice, both records are in November. I guess I have a lot of free time in November. If you combine both months, I have written 41 posts! Now, in all I have written (including this one) 153 posts. My average posting number is approx. 7. A lot of math in this post. Well, November's chill and frostbitten wind is blowing away and December's ice-cold and smoky fires are blowing in. Kristine's sleeping over this weekend. Sheesh and KK are coming over too. It's gonna be a full house, I guess. There's gonna be a lot of Wii-playing and baby-sitting here at WOC headquarters. Oops, gotta go. Bye guys! Bye November!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sharp things

Broken glass is sharp. So are scissor tips. So are knifes, swords, needles, pins, and jagged metal. Pillows are soft. So are pompoms. So are teddy bears, towels, sweaters, socks, and cotton. So, what gives things their shapes? Why don't scissor tips feel like teddy bears? Because of their use! You can't really cuddle with something sharp, and you can't cut with something soft. Say you need to cut a rope. Your friend hands you some socks. Are those really going to help you? Not really. They might help if you're cold, not if you're cutting. So, say you're sewing. You don't use pillow fluff to stitch! And you don't go to sleep at night snuggling up with your needle kit! So, everything has a purpose. But I use neither sharp things or soft things to play a Wii game. I use a hard thing, the Wii remote of Wii balance board. Well, if everything has a purpose, what about the things that aren't sharp, hard, or soft? What about things that we don't use? What about people who don't like llamas? These are the questions that haunt me.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Less than four


AHHHH! There are less then four weeks to Christmas! Less then four weeks to Santa! Less then four weeks to socks on fireplaces! Less then four weeks to screaming and running and jumping and punching the air in pure happiness! I can't wait! Giving gifts, getting gifts, thanking, you're-welcoming, singing, praying, eating, friends, family, all this is SO fun and I can't wait to do it. But there's more to Christmas then that. Jesus! Ya Jesus, ya gifts, ya candy, ya trees, ya everything that has to do with this incredibly awesome holiday! I can't wait! Aren't we all desperately awaiting Santa? Aren't we all hanging Christmas lights? Sing Christmas carols, people! Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg...

And Aidan and Casey.

We're looking at two boys named Aidan and Casey, for adoption, and dad said they're all he wants for Christmas. And Backyard football for Wii. So, please pray and ask if they're the ones. Thank you. Now, we resume our singing...

The bat mobile lost a wheel and the Joker hollered STOP!

Now, I will say a very long and random word:


Justinian.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Thank you 150


I just thought I'd mention that this is out one-hundred and fiftieth post. Funny it should fall right near thanksgiving. I'm thankful for a lot of things. Yeah, God's given us a lot to be thankful for. I'm thankful for my home, my family, my Wii, my dog, my laptop, my friends my cat, all my toys, my video games, my rope swing, my church, see? See how much I have? Wow. Just by re-reading that sentence proves how much God loves us. And here's the thing: This home is only temporary. When I die, I'm moving up a level! And a million rope swings are going to look like a pile of dirt. I'm thankful that I have such wonderful friends and family. They make me laugh, they comfort me when I'm sad, they give me nice things, and we have fun together. When you think about it, I bet if you counted the things that you're thankful for in your life, you would have over thirty. I'm counting, NOW.

I just counted thirty-six. And that took exactly two minutes. So if I continued counting, in one hour, I would have counted: 2,160 things. Holy cow! That's crazy! Just so everybody knows, I did that with a calculator. I am not a math whiz, you could say. Ha. Well, happy thanksgiving everybody!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Chocolate bars and M&Ms


I love CANDY. It's one of my favorite foods. My number one has to be peanut butter, and I do enjoy most things with cheese, but candy tops cheese by a mile (sorry if I have offended any cheese lovers). My favorite candy is butterfingers. Then Reese's peanut butter cups, then 3 musketeers, then Kitkat bars, then M&Ms, then Snickers. I love all candy, but these are my favorites. The only kind of candy I don't like is the gooey kind. I'm not a fan of gummy bears, or gumdrops (unless in a gingerbread house. Every gingerbread house needs a gumdrop as a finishing touch) or sour patch kids, but Swedish Fish are nice. And Jelly Baby's. Carmelle's aren't gooey. They're Carmel. Carmel is okay, but only in, like, bulls eyes and stuff. Now, peanut butter isn't candy. I love it though. Mom hates it when I stick my finger in the jar, then lick my finger. So I use a spoon. My daily lunch involves peanut butter. Now, I'm a healthy kid. I exercise, and (unless I'm sick) I don't watch TV all day. But I need to watch my peanut butter. Oh well, I got nothing to worry about. I still have my candy.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Not normal


Some people have normal lives. They have a normal family, do normal things, eat normal dinners, mow normal lawns, swim in normal pools, that sort of thing. I don't think my life is that way. For example, here's the way normal people have a conversation:



Girl: Hey, how are you?

Boy: I'm fine, how are you?

Girl: I'm good. Have you read the news?

Boy: Yes, it's sad isn't it?

Girl: Yes, well, I have to go. Bye!

Boy: Bye.



This is the way I have a conversation:



Cassidy: Hey, what's up?

Sheesh: Nothing. Hey, can you come over for the football game? We're gonna have a contest to see how many Doritos's Kaylyn can eat without barfing!

Cassidy: I'll be there, but I have to bring a cream pie.

Sheesh: Oh, cool. See ya!

Cassidy: See ya!



Please note that I haven't actually met any normal people. I know four types of people:



Crazy: Me, Sheesh, Shannon

Goofy: Kaylyn, Corrina, most of the people at my church, Brighid

Silly: Ozzie, Danielle, Katie, Jessica

Bland: Most of the people I see on TV



Well, that's it for another non-normal post. Bye!






Monday, November 16, 2009

Time sure flies

I just re-read my first post, and I forgot what I had said. In quote,

"I think blogging will help me share my thoughts."


Wow. It's amazing how much I was right. This blog is like keeping an online diary, I can just talk with absolutely no certain point! (Which I usually don't have) When I started this blog, I was nine. I didn't even know how to climb trees then! Little did I know when I posted that first post that I'd have tons of posts (probably) all being read by people. That one post taught me how you guys are like the friends I've never met, how I talk to you, and sometimes you can talk to me. I think that one day, April 12Th, 2008, I changed my life. Sorry for going all serious on you. Back to awesomeness, my sister just came down here in a brown dress she made herself. It's actually a dance costume but...Gotta go!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

No sleeping talent

The other night it was the talent show at my church. I did comedy (didn't see that coming) and Corrina and Kaylyn danced. I've listed thing I'm good at and thing I'm not, but I think I'm good at some weird things that I haven't listed before.



Bugging the youth: I am a master

Wii Raymond Raving Rabbids: I have completed quite a bit, and I have mastered.

Doing the chicken dance: As I do this often, when I am extremely happy doing this, so I am a professional chicken

Riding no-hands on a rope swing upside-down: A trick I am happy to be able to perform

Not sleeping: I am sad to have mastered this, but it is a talent of mine

Sugar-rushing: Do not EVER give me to much sugar. You may get run over

Hooking up UB Funkey Hubs: Since I download stuff a lot, I need to re-connect and dis-connect the Hub, which takes practice

Getting Paint on my clothes: A whole ton of my stuff has paint splatters on it. My Mom's not to fond of this talent



Well, there are countless others, but I don't have time to name them. These are the ones that I'm best at. Well, gotta go. Bye!

Monday, November 9, 2009

Hello people of earth and


Hi. The wii came yesterday. Wii fit is probably the family game, although me and Corrina seem to prefer Rabbids go home! and Charm Girls PJ party. It sounds girl, but it's not that bad. Right now mom has the wii and it getting high scores on Wii fit. It's just so funny that we got the games (two of them, CGC and Boom Blox) before the system. Well, it's my turn next. Apparently the Wii fit is exercise, not screen time. So, we can play it sometimes when we're bored. Well, that's it for now. Bye.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Blogging about nothing

This is a report. I have just played football at half-time, with some people who come to these games. All posts from football games are just something to do. I have been hired at one of the Zach's bodyguards. Today, I saw the other Zach (the one I beat up) throwing some kid into a mirror. Today I got a lot of happy birthdays. My birthday present from Zach? (We'll call one Zach Zach and the other Ozzie) Him beating up Ozzie. I found it strange and weird that he gave me a birthday present. Boys' shouldn't do that to girl's they aren't related too. Just my opinion. I love birthdays, and every one saying, "Oh, I didn't know it was your birthday. Happy birthday!". I just think it's nice. Oops, want to go do something. TTYS, from me.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Thou beith reading this most awesome post!


Have you guys ever seen a TV show, or read a book, or seen a movie where people talk like, "Thou is a gentile being, and I beleiveth that thou may be a lovely bride." and stuff like that? Can you understand them? I think it's complete nonsense, and I can't make out a word they say! When I was in North Carolina on vacation, at the medieval fair, I heard someone ask, "What is all this stuff?" and her friend replied, "Ye old expensive!" It amazes me how some people can actually relate that stuff to talking. I never use words like, "Thee" "Thou" "Sire" "Thine" and countless others. I talk like any other tomboy my age. People understand me. Nobody, though, can translate Romeo and Juliette. Maybe instead of, "My bounty is bountiful and yadda, yadda, yadda..." they could have just said, "I love you, Romeo!" or something like that. Maybe, then people would actually understand what they say! Now, some people talk weirdly. Like, Ignorance! Sorry, that's my character in Pilgrim's Process, which passed. She was a strange talker. She said, "Like" about 7,890,109,893,900 times. But, she was just the valley girl. She didn't say. "Like, I beith on my way to thou Celestial City! I have started on ye old path, like, this morning!" Now that wouldn't be a part I like to play. Or Juliette. She dies.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Don't mind the last post


I'm sorry about the pictures for the last post. I don't know how that happened. Well, what's done is done. So, besides apologizing, let's talk about what I'm having for breakfast. I can't have cereal, because there's no milk, and I don't want toast, because, well, I just don't want toast. Well, let's not talk about food. Let's talk about life. Now, I'm sure every one's aware of that horrible Swine flu going around. Why do they call it swine flu? I think the guy who got it first was tending pigs when it caught on. Well, I think my family's sick. My sister caught it yesterday, and Mom's still fighting it, and Dad never caught it. So, me? I do not want to be sick! I hate being sick. You miss everything when you're sick. One time, me and Corrina threw up (Hope you don't mind that I didn't use a fancy word) on Saturday, and Dad said church was a whole lot quieter without us screaming and running and (this part's only for me) occasionally throwing people down onto the ground and stepping on them. I only do this when I've lost my temper, or I'm just stressed. Sometimes I just get mad and go crazy. When I get stressed, most people can tell it. But, it's not like I'm a professional wrestler. If I get stressed and have harmed you physically and/or mentally, I'm sorry. Oh, we're right back where we started from! ;)

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Okay, days of the week















































































  • I hate Monday. Call me Garfield, but I hate them. I absolutely LOATHE them. It's that getting-out-of-the-weekend-and-back-into-the-swing-of-things vibe that's the worst.












  • Tuesday isn't that bad. I get to see Kristine Jelly-bean (Official nick-name) and Tyler, an adorable little boy with crazy made-up games to play, new ones every week.












  • Wednesday's I go over Sushi +KK's, for Bible study. Almost always I play her DS Timetrials.Mushmallow RULES!












  • Thursday is today. We don't often do much on Thursday, except for school. Right now, I'm a little sick, but my sister Corrina's not doing well. Don't worry, it's not that ever-more-dreaded Swine Flu. Ugh, thank God for that!












  • Friday is always relief day. It's the official start of the weekend, meaning everybody can relax. Call it a three day weekend forever!'












  • Saturday! Woo-ho! The second-best day is Saturday, because it's Saturday! Relax, write a blog, eat breakfast, watch cartoons, and then just do as you please. It's a day of relaxation.












  • Sunday is a busy day for us here. It's get up, drag clothes on, rush out the door, come to church, go bug the youth at a football game, then either come straight home, or do something.












I hope you have enjoyed my opinion of everyday. Maybe you feel the same way? Hey, that rhymed! Sorry, couldn't help but point out the obvious.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Holy Cross Women's Basketball


Last night me and my dad went to see a free Holy Cross Women's Basketball game. It was very fun. Holy Cross crusaders won, of course. We sat for the first half on incredibly hard and uncomfortable benches. The second half was on pleasant purple chairs up on the balcony. We went to see at the Hart Center in Wooster, Massachusetts. My dad said he thought we were on the wrong side, because everyone kept on cheering for Assumption, the other team. At the end of first half, we were down. But we caught up last second. Gotta go. Go holy cross!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Leaf


It's fall. Ah, the scent of frost in the air, pumpkins on every doorstep, the awaited snow to fall for those fabulous words, "No school!", pie and turkeys already being purchased, and best of all, leaves! LEAVES! Now, imagine if your mom (or wife, or husband, or you're a maid, or, whoever in charge of you!) asks you to rake the yard. So, you go out there with your rake, have your gloves on, got your tarp for piles, got a fleece, you look like you're gonna make those leaves fear you! But you take the rake, rake one rectangle, and say "I'm done!". This is called lying without lying. You did rake leaves! So, what happens when Mom comes out (I really don't want to do this again) and she says, "Honey! You didn't rake the leaves!". And you say, "Yes I did! You just didn't say how many!" This is cute, if you're five. If I did that, it would be more like:

Mom: Cassidy! Come here!
Cassidy: What?
Mom: You said you raked the leaves!
Cassidy: I did, but you didn't say how many!
Mom: Cassidy, go rake the rest!
Cassidy: Mom! I'm blogging right now!
Mom: Blogging can wait! Now, go rake the leaves right now!
Cassidy: Okay! Fine!
Cassidy goes to rake

By the way, this didn't just happen one minute ago. Mom's raking today.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Wii


Finally! My family's getting a Wii! For what reason? None. We're quitting Netflix, and in like, three days, we're getting a console, Wii sports, Boom Blox, and something for Corrina called Charm Girls. In about a week, Wii fit and an extra Numchuk and remote will arrive. For my birthday, I asked Aunt Terry for Raving Rabbids, a game I saw on commercial, but it never occurred to me that I would actually ever get a Wii, so now I want it very bad. Oh, for those who care, I'm going over Grammy and Aunt Terry's house this Sunday to accept my gifts. I love my family! Now, since those holidays are near, every one's been asking for ideas for Xmas gifts. The answer to all: Pokemon cards. You can't go wrong with (by far) four family members giving Pokemon cards! Almost impossible not to get doubles, though. Well, more for trading with Sushi. Oh, back to the topic. We won't be the first to get a Wii. Sheesha has one, Liam has one, Danielle has one, and probably someone else who hasn't told me. Oh, in other news, ten days 'till my birthday! Woo-hoo! Ecstatic! Only one more year until I reach the land of ugly couches! (The youth room)

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Funny stuff


I love laughing. I love doing my skits, I love watching funny stuff, I like doing funny things, and I like doing stuff that makes other people laugh. I think that laughing is a wonderful thing. I know funny people, too. I know people who do funny stuff (Including myself. Who doesn't like to act like a nut job at least sometimes?) and I know people who don't intend to be funny, but are. I have been told that I am crazy. Crazy isn't the same as funny. Crazy means like, I do unexpected or strange stuff. Like swinging on a rope swing at nine o'clock at night on Halloween, or running into a room full of people, screaming, or throwing chocolate cake on the ground. These are all things I've done, but I do regret the cake one. Now reading this, you might think it's funny. But the youth didn't think it was funny when I ran in screaming at the football game a few weeks ago. Sometimes people just don't appreciate craziness. People sometimes even don't appreciate silliness. Always be open to laugh, even if you're sad. Because laughing is the best thing to do when you're sad. So, I have to announce just one thing. PMB taught us in kid's church today. I learned that Jesus was 100% man, 100% God, and 100% Jedi Master. Just kidding on the Jedi one, although I still think it's funny! LOL!