So I saw these loops online, they were only $.99 so i thought hey, what the heck, they can't be that bad!
While looking at the reviews i was hesitant, but finally went ahead and bought them.
And I am so glad i did! you get two for $.99, and these are gold colored, they have the look of a salon piercing without the holes!
You can wear them as nose rings, fangs, or actually earrings.
So, I love to sword fight- I wont lie, it is the only sport I really like. Ever since I was little I would compete with my two brothers at sword fighting. We would cut branches off of trees, saw down saplings- anything to get a sword we could try to beat the other with. But I have this nasty habit-which may or may not come from battle rage, of breaking my wooden staves to splinters. I really don't know how, but I would go through at least one stave every summer, and it is time consuming cutting more swords and shearing off the bark just to have it splinter again.
So when I stumbled upon this sword on Amazon I thought I would give it a go, kinda pricey, but I figured it would be worth it if it worked-and boy was I glad I did!
This sword is AMAZING for those who take sword fighting seriously, it is made of tough, durable polypropylene(for those of you that don't know, it is kind of the consistency of PVC piping) It is heavy, the weight of a real sword this size, and when fighting with other Polypropylene swords only gets scuffs not dents or chips. I love this sword!
To look at or buy: http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Steel-Training-Polypropylene-Handle/dp/B001Q72ARC/ref=pd_sim_sg_3
All Timelines Lead To Rome By: Dale Cozort
Excerpt from the back of the book:
A dead woman’s cell phone chip leads to a mystery spanny the U.S. rustbelt, a surviving Roman empire and a North America without Europeans.
A unique alternate history: Newly Created portals lead to an alternate reality where prehumen’s survived on a Mediterranean island, enslaved by local farmers. Alternate history Rome rebuilt their culture around the slaves, preserving the empire but causing it to stagnate. As a result Europeans never discovered America and American Indians still control the alternate New World.
All Timelines lead to Rome was a great book! I loved the science fiction based timeline. It was surprising around every corner and would recommend it to any who is a fan of Science-fiction and alternate reality. It had a surprising ending. Age group is young adult to adult.
To buy: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/all-timelines-lead-to-rome-dale-cozort/1113387663?ean=9780984907090
Great book, they keep getting better and better! The Dragon Heir goes deeper into Madison Moss, who is my favorite character. it is a great read, quick, and intriguing. I recommend this book to all of my friends.
Cinda Williams Chima paints a beautiful work of art with this book.
Buy this item with this Link: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dragon-heir-cinda-williams-chima/1100328241?ean=9781423137139
The Exchange, by Dale Cozort.
I was impressed with this book.
The premise of this book is that a strange phenomenon happens, called the Exchange, where part of our world is switched out for part of another world, an alternate world. No one knows why, or even how it happens. But scientists are able to somewhat tell when it is going to happen. But the people in the ''Exchange Zone" (or EZ) only have a few hours to get out before they are teleported into the alternate reality, and in the place where they were a chunk of the other reality replaces them.
It was a delightful, quick read. For young adults to adults. 14+ I would say.
I love it lots and totally recommend it.
To by this book click this link: http://www.amazon.com/Exchange-Dale-R-Cozort/dp/0975431471
I would like to thank Water Book press and Co. for sending me this delightful book, and the person who packed it Martina F.
It was a delightful book, I don't prefer historical fictions, but this one took my breath away. I was convinced it wasn't going to be very good honestly, but I loved it, it was a quick, enticing read, quoting the bible often. Julia, the main character struggles with her emotions towards William the lord of the manner, although she quotes scripture, and does things the way that God tell her she is not a perfect character, creating delight strife between everything, and in the end. which it was an amazing ending. She got her prince charming-plus, an extra surprise that stunned me in the end.
So got the Coolpix to replace my old sony cyber shot, thought this would be good. although it does take good scene shots, it doesn't take good people shots, and it is hard to get close ups. it also feels cheap, even though it was a $99 camera. don't get me wrong though, it takes great pictures at 21.1 mega pixels.
Fanfiction is a fun site you can share your fan fic's on, read other peoples, and have a blast doing it. It's lots of fun to get back reviews on your stories, and so much more! i would highly recommend it. BUT there is a lot on there that is rated R and up, which is a shame. why don't people keep things clean?\
Ok, So have you read the Beka Cooper Books by Tamora pierce? if you have you were probably dying to taste a Pasty. mentioned so often, and thought of so highly! I went to Muldoons Pasties in the U.P., it was great! highly recommend the Chicken, and beef. The beef was good with ketchup, and the chicken was good by itself. Pasties, for those of you who don't know what they are, they are basically pot pies with no gravy. with potatoes, carrots, rutabaga, ground meat, and a pie crust. it is a great, filling dinner or lunch, though many people eat them for breakfast. I would highly recommend Muldoons anytime!
I read these books and loved them-not that i don't love every book by Tamora Pierce.
It really inspired me to be great.
A girl named Alanna wants to be a knight, so she switches places with her twin brother Thom. She goes through knight training in secret, and gradutates with only a few people who are her friends that know.
I loved it because she was a short, stocky girl, not really thin and booby. This book really inspired me to love myself the way i really am, no matter how i look.