Tuesday, August 9, 2011

It's time for a change!

As I look at my blog page I notice something that has been bothering me for a long time; my page really looks ugly and gloomy! I like bright, warm and fun colors, not brown and plain ones. I'm thinking if I looked at my blog page as an outsider, I would find it very uninviting. So I decided that it's time to change the design of the blog!

But the problem is, The templates Blogger has are really unappealing, and they look far too basic and ammeter for the kind of feel I want my Blog to covey. I wish I knew how to make a custom template, but I'm not that tech savvy quite yet.

I think I choose my current design because I would easily fit my header on it, and It was the best looking of the templates Blogger had at the time. Oh well, the most I can do at the moment is to change the best of the blog. Hopefully I can discover a way to download a template onto my site sucessfully, beacuse even i'm getting bored of my color scheme.

Much Love,


Saturday, August 6, 2011


So recently I look at myself in the mirror and saw something extremely unpleasant, facial hair. I'm really freaking out the the moment! I don't want a bread, or a mustache! I decided to look it up on the Internet and figured out that my hairy situation might be caused by my weight gain (which I'm going to curb in the fall). But my mom is taking me on my annual Doctor's Check, so hopefully I can find a solution there.

But for the moment being I'm a little worried right now. Does this mean I'm going to grow a full beard I hope not. Then nobody will want to look at me. I already have enough self esteem issues as it is.



Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Driver's Permit (2nd Try!)

It's been two years since I failed my knowledge test, and after several months of studying, I'm finally ready to try again. Honestly, after that first test I kind of forgot about getting a drivers licence at all, but hearing about all my facebook friends getting their one by one, and having my little brother talk about studying the driver's manual made me realize that I obtaining a driver's permit is something that I really need to obtain in order to start practice driving. Plus I don't want to want to be like a women I saw at my college (who was around 21) talking about how she was waiting for her mother to pick her up. I really don't want that to be me in several years. I need to start driving in order to make the steps in becoming an adult (more independence).

I feel that the reason I failed before was due to my lack of studying. I had only read the second chapter of the book (which was all about signs) and really neglected the other parts of the book (because I thought the test would be a lot of common sense). But once I started the test, my mind just shut down because I didn't know any of the information on the test.

But now I am very Confident that I can pass my knowledge test to obtain my permit. So,wish me luck next week!


Monday, July 18, 2011

Discovering a Korean Drama

I usually don't watch foreign TV shows, but I was bored one late night and stumbled upon this Korean drama on Mindtv ( a local Philadelphia station), and I couldn't help but watch it. Now I'm hooked. The story is about a Woman (who is a little slow) named Anna Laker and her son who return to South Korea after years of living in America. Once they return, Anna is on a search to find her birth parents (she was adopted). It's a really charming story, and I'm surprised that I have taken such an interest in it (considering I'm not Asian nor Korean). But it just has a very homey feel that other soap operas don't have (Hispanic and American ones.) I can't wait until the next episode!

Saturday, July 16, 2011

I have.... returned!

Wow.... it's been far too long since I've written a new entry. I can't believe I haven't written anything new in seven months. That wasn't at all my plan. I promised in January that I would write more, but I guess I became so occupied with other events in my life that blogging became simply impossible. I had a full load of class at my local Community College (as a Dual Enrollment Student) which at one point became too overwhelming for me to bear, and I started a academic club just for Dual Enrollment Students. In addition many of the blogs that I follow post multiple times a day, and while I could do that when I had my laptop, writing more than once a day is a little bit harder when there's only one computer in the house. So now I have a new goal, to post at least once a week. I think that is a little big easier to do than stressing out about what to write every couple of hours, so I'm going to try to stick to it and hopefully not disappear like I just did before.

Have a nice day and I hope to write my next entry soon,


Saturday, January 15, 2011

Clap on, Clap off

I admit when I opened my presents this Christmas I was a little let down. I only received practical gifts such as clothes, a snuggie, socks, and a few ear buds. But a few weeks later my Mom bought me an item that made all of that disappointment go away.She got me my own Clapper, just like in the commercials! For those who aren't aware the Clapper is a device that you plug your electrical lamp outlet in. By doing this you now can turn off your light just by clapping. Of course you have to remember clap to a certain pattern in order to turn the lights "on" or "off". Anyway, over the past few days I have been obsessed with it! I always try to turn the light on and off several times before going to bed and waking up. I if I have to go to my room to get sometime I always clap to turn the lamp on instead of my other light. It just fills me up with excitement. I know it's weird but I just love the clapper. I know i'll eventually get tired of it, but for now it's so fun!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Welcome 2011!

I can't believe that it's a new year already! I remember when it was January 1st 2010. So many exciting things happened to me last year, and I hope that this year will be just as interesting.I hopefully I can actually keep my resolutions this year. Every year I make a list of goals i plan to reach by the end of the year, but I never actually manage to keep them. Hopefully every one's New Year Celebration's are going well, right now I'm watching the Mummers Parade on TV (for those who don't know the Mummers are basically a large group of people in costumes divided into five division who strut around Philadelphia every year). But I wish you all a Happy New Year!


My resolutions:
1. Live a Healthier Life
2. Stop Procrastinating
3. To ensure that D.E.S.A will have a successful semester
4. To Blog more often (at least once a week)
5. Become a better Student
6. Become more Organized
7. Develop some sort of Fashion Sense
8. Gain Confidence
9. Read More

Thursday, December 23, 2010


When was the last time that I've posted in here.
I feel a little bad that the last time I updated was in August.
But it's just harder for me since I don't have my laptop, so
that means I have to share to computer with five other people.
Also, our desktop is located in the middle of our kitchen, so I really
don't have any time to concentrate ( like right now for example). But I'm going to try harder from now on to post more. So many exciting things have happened to me over the last few months that I will recap:

- I took two classes (Spanish and Psychology) at my local Community College, and I ended up getting a "B+" in one class, and a "A" in another class.

-I'm also planning to take four classes in the spring, so wish me luck!

- In September I started a club for Dual Enrollment Students called D.E.S.A. (Dual Enrollment Student Association). It's been a long and tedious process to form, but completely worth it. And hopefully more people join for the next semester.


p.s. My new goal is to make a post one a week, hopefully I can stay that diligent.

Friday, August 13, 2010


Over the last few weeks I have felt simply awful. Why you ask? It's because of my stupid Pertussis (Or whooping cough). My eyes are red and puffy from all the uncontrollable vomiting I've been doing, I can't eat anything because I'll just throw it up, and when I cough I start to suffocate and it becomes hard to breathe. I hope I get better soon because I want to be well enough to go to Boston with my dad in a few weeks. Luckily for me my eyes the opthamologist I went to said they will heal soon so they aren't anything to worry about (expect scaring my siblings). And I have been taking plenty of antibiotics drinking fluids, and getting plenty of sleep, I'm confident that by the end of the month I'll be cured. What I want to now is where did I get this from? I guess I really need to clean my room now since apparently it comes from bacteria. Just pray for me guys since I feel horrible.

- Lindsay :-(

Saturday, May 8, 2010


Why do parents have to nag so much? I know that my mom and dad love me, but honestly they sometimes get on my nerves. I was going to write a nice post about my trip to Scotland, but I now have to walk all the way with my sister to a friends house. I normally wouldn't have a problem with this but I just have this urge to write and if I go and come back, I don't think I would be in the same mood. Plus I'm not in the best shape and this walk will tired me out especially with my sister running around. Maybe I'm just being too sensitive today. I should've went to bed earlier.Another thing, why does my sister have to cut all her doll beautiful hair off? Is this just a little kid thing? I anoyes me so much to see her just cut off her dolls hair and turn it into a lobsided short haircut. I brings me back to the time when my little brother Aaron cut off all the hair of my Barbie doll in 2001.