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R5 Concerto

 Sorry for having a late post, I was very busy with other things like helping my family so we could move into our new house.  Lots to do and lots has happened the past two weeks.

Last weekend I was in Winnipeg. Not for any particular reason, just to go meet and watch R5 perform.  🙂 (My mom and dad got me the tickets for my birthday back in January)  It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. They made a bad year good.  I was so happy.  Here’s why.


1. I got to meet them!!  It was soooooooooooo cool, they are the most amazing band (along with One Direction of course :P) Rydel, she’s the sister of the Band and Ratliff/Ellington’s best friend, touched my shoulder. I admire all of R5.



2. Star of Austin and Ally in the band. Ross Lynch who plays Austin Moon, is in R5. I’m not fangirling (maybe a little though ;P) I got too stand next to him!!!! Yayyy!!!!! It just so happens Ross is one of my all-time favourite people/bands.



3. American Idol Stars.There was a brother sister act who opened for R5. Their names are Brandon and Savannah. They were on American Idol season 8. They got eliminated in the quarterfinals. They were about 16-17 years old. To go from American Idol to opening for big shot bands like r5 made me realize that if you want to achieve your dream then, you have to work for it, and trust me, I am. I sooo want to be famous in anyway. I feel like I’m that kind of person who lives for the spotlight. But, we all have our own dreams, and that’s eh okay 😀


4. Selfie with Ryland #celebselfie. For those of you who might not know. Ryland is the youngest Lynch. He isn’t in the band but, he Dj’s  to get the crowd hyped up and he works the sound boards for each concert. He was so amazing and kind. I just had to get one with him.


5. The songs they do are AMAZING!!!! Everyone should know at least an R5 song or two because, there AWESOME!!! Songs I like from them is… well… all of them 🙂 What’s your favourite song (s)? Songs they performed includes: Loud, Fallin for you, Billion Hits, Love The Way You Love Me and much more!!!!


Hope you liked this post!!! The concert was soo much fun. If you like/love be sure to check out their website ww.r5rocks.com/home 

Oh – I also got to shop at a real mall!! IT was EPIC!!


For an update – my mom said I could write we are still working on the whole school issue.  She is ready to move back to Ontario.  So am I 😦  Thank you for your support.

Saskatoon…ing Part 3: BOOMtown Blast

Here it is… the final part, (and unexpected for some people who didn’t think I would write a finale), of Saskatoon…ing. BOOMtown Blast!!!

The first thing we did when we got to Saskatoon, was go to the Western Development Museum (WDM).  We had lunch in the café with the delicious food. That’s my personal opinion about the café – no one asked me to write that.  The chicken strips and fries were AWESOME! As we entered the museum, I personally was AMAZED! The Yorkton WDM  is pretty good and all but Saskatoon WDM was more fun. The theme is Boomtown 1910. When you got inside you looked at Boomtown St. It was filled with old-time buildings like general stores, old fashioned doctors and dentist offices, a one room school house and much more.  You got to go into the buildings.



In the schoolhouse, I found out I have the same birthday as John.  A. McDonald.  He was the first Prime Minister of Canada. Pretty cool huh? There was mannequins like they use in boutiques all over.  These mannequins had faces, and I was creeped out. 

After that, we went on to other parts of the musuem.  They had the Great Depression and believe me, it did look and sound very depressing.  The had exhibits all the way up to now.  My favourite part would probably have to be the Funhouse.  It was just a hall of mirrors but still pretty fun. There was other things too like hearses.  The one we saw was used as a coffin for the dead and an ambulance.  Pretty cool too. 

In the Great Depression section, there was an old timey car called the Bennett car.  Since during the great depression everything everything cost so much money, no one could afford gas.  People would take their engines out, and hitch the horses to drive.  There was  a sign saying “Want to drive? Pull the reins to start.” I thought, “Of course I want to drive, who doesn’t?”  It was pretty cool to drive.   Which, BTW I can start driving at 15 here in Saskatchewan. Since I turn 15 early in the year I can drive in grade 9. ‘Sigh’ sometimes an early birthday can totally be worth it.


Well, that’s the end of Saskatoon…ing. Hope you enjoyed it.

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post.  My family went to Saskatoon and this was our adventure 🙂

Saskatoon…ing Part 1: The Chapter-Indigo Affiliate Quest

I am going to talk about my trip to Saskatoon for the weekend, in which I recently just returned from. This is part 1: The Chapters-Indigo Affiliate Quest.

Living in a small town, we only have a small Coles.  Back in Ontario, probably every week we went to Chapters to look and buy and eat good cookies from Starbucks.  Being in the big city we knew we had to make a stop at Indigo.  Being the newly affiliated Affiliate I now am, I decided to look at books that would be fun to review. So, I quested the whole Kids/Tweens/Teens places in search of that special book.


Teacup oh teacup… how I missed you so!!!

First stop on the quest for the “Golden” book was… well… the 6-8 book area. Despite my age being 12, I still like some books meant for that age range. There was Geronimo books, Poptropica books but… no book I wanted to review. I stalled until my mom said to go to the 9-12 section.

I saw books that I, surprisingly never thought they existed. Like Adventure Time. (I read a couples pages, I just couldn’t help it… it looked funny) Pokémon and others. Yet, still nothing, so I found another section.

I was getting warmer, because I saw a book I really wanted to read. It is called Jedi Academy. It is about a boy who got rejected from pilot school and Yoda invited him to come to Jedi Academy. But, despite how cool it looked it wasn’t “Golden” it was more like “Silver”.  So I kept looking.  Then I got to the back of the 9 – 12 area…


YESSSSSS!!! I found it. I may not look happy… but inside… I exploded

That’s right: Tales of a 6th grade Muppet: When Pigs Fly was the prize. Danvars, the main character and I have sooo much in common. A little info about the book for those who haven’t read the first two books.

Danvars woke up one day and found himself with Muppetmorphisis. He starts seeing things that only exist in the Muppets. There’s pros and cons for Danvars being a Muppet. Follow his adventures in Tales of a 6th Grade Muppet.

I am looking forward to reading my new book.

Stay tuned for part 2 (and possibly part 3) of Saskatoon…ing. 🙂  It involves hotels, hearses, Boomtowns, the moon and MORE!!!

Disclaimer: I am an Indigo affiliate. This post though is all my own opinion.  My mom helped me edit this one.

Revisit Regina

This past Thursday to Friday my family  went to Regina, and it was FUN!!!!!!!!

I had no school and I  thought it would be fun to go with my family.  They were ok with it.  I wanted to go to the Science Centre.  It was a long drive. But  when we finally got to our hotel I was AMAZED. Now, being in a not-so-rich family, this hotel looked POSH. There was 25 floors and we were on the 22nd.  Pretty impressive right? I thought it was.

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Night City View. 22nd floor style

After we settled in to our room my mom and I went to find the pool. We went all around this ginormous hotel ’till… we finally found it. Now, we found the pool. We could go explore the GREAT BEYOND!!!

We went to the mall which was conveniently attached to our hotel. I was pretty excited because it was actually a REAL MALL YAYYYY!!!! Where I live the mall is really small. We were walking for sometime when  I laid eyes on the most EPIC PHONE CASE IN THE HISTORY OF PHONE CASES!!!!!! And, I was allowed to get it!!! YAYYYYY. It was a red minion with 1 eye.

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My very own minion to do my bidding!!!

After we went to the food court, and, get this it was actually a real food court, with food from ONTARIO, YESSSSS!!!!!  We finished eating then went to the pool. We had the whole entire place to ourselves and that was EPIC!!! My favourite part of swimming was the slide. My mom on the other hand disliked the slide.  Then, it floated  into Friday.

Friday, I was partially not happy because, 1. I had to get up and 2. it was early in the morning. But, nevertheless I was happy to go to the science centre.  My absolute favourite parts would have to be 1. The butterfly exhibit where I went on a zip line and learned that cocoons are not for humans and are very uncomfortable. 2. We watched the static show and, my hair stood on end!!! It felt weird, but it was all in good fun. ( for me anyways) HEHEHE.

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Alberta Einstein

The rest was alright. The Imax movie was pretty cool too. But, the food well, I tell you about it. There was only 1 food stand. They had only Pizza and Hot Dogs for lunch.  I wanted a Hot Dog,  but they didn’t serve it on weekdays. So I settled on pizza, but they didn’t know when it would be coming in. Ontario, you can get food with ease. Here, not as much, but still it was good. Then we had to leave. 😦 I kind of didn’t want to.

All in all this trip was pretty cool. I got a minion, went swimming, felt like Albert Einstein and flew like a Butterfly. I would recommend the Delta hotel for all of you because that hotel was just absolutely Amazing.

I emailed a company and I’m hoping for good luck 🙂 It would be cool to feel like an official reviewer 🙂


Disclaimer: All me, no one else but me. Nobody gave compensation.

Assesippi Has Never Been So Much FUN!!!!!!!

As you see from the title: I am going to talk about my Ski Trip to good ole Assesippi.

Going down the hills were AMAZING!!! I went so fast I actually passed people. On the hills, there are different runs, I do have a favourite one. It is called Assesippi Valley. You go down the hill then turn and go up a mini hill. Then you go down the up and turn, after you go down a little hill and go down a mini hill, you go super fast!!! All the hills were fun, but the one I described was da BOMB!!!

I didn’t  go on the black diamonds because I’ve crashed and fallen way too many times… and that was on the bunny hill too!!! I just got my green mark before lunch so that was worth it. In the chalet, I went into the food court and I got Chicken bites and fries, they were pretty good.  They reminded me of JJs Steakery in Minot, North Dakota a little. After I went back out.

On the way down the hill to get to the lift, I saw my friend down near the chair lift and she just got her green mark. So, I went on the chair lift with her.  She got scared of being up so high  because when she went on the lift last with someone, the person she went with fell off the lift so they lowered it midway to the top. She then figured out where it was and got over her fear of heights very quickly. We went up and down so many times ’till it was time to leave. I got myself a cherry Laffy Taffy and got my friend a raspberry Laffy Taffy. We got back at around 5ish. Then, I went home to the daily grind.

I never wanted to leave which is pretty good considering it was my first time. I wish I could repeat it over, minus the LONG bus ride.If you were there you would be bored out of your mind (that is, if you don’t bring any or barely anything like I did hehe)

Disclaimer: I just wrote this because I went there on a school trip.  No one asked me to.  All my opinions.

Will I Am

Moving – it sucks. I mean it. really. sucks…..a lot.  But the upside to having to move somewhere new, (for example, Ontario to Saskatchewan), is that you get to explore different parts your new community.  We just got back from Saskatoon, (which by the way is the closest I’ll ever get to Toronto here 😦 ), and I had a really great time.

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Saskatoon Zoo – My captivated pet. LOVED HIM, I called him Timber.

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On the Prairie Lily River Boat – It was cool.

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Taking in the sites with my dad

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Fooling around with my mom.

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Being downstairs in the boat so close to water.


The boat.

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Will I Am 🙂 they hold a Shakespeare event by the river every year.

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Under the 25th Street Bridge on the Saskatchewan River


By the river on the walkway. A chinese pagoda.


3 hours to get to Saskatoon….3 hours of the scenery…for 3 hours…..This is not the fun part of moving to Sask

A Stellar Sighting

Yesterday was just an ordinary day like any other here. When night came I was about to see something OUT OF THIS WORLD (literally). My grandfather was told we would be able to see the space satellite. At 10:00 we got into the car and went to Walmart because there are no trees and a clear sky. But there were too many lights. We went to the tourism centre for a better night sky view. I saw the NASA space shuttle and I got a really good pic…..but I’m not sure if its really it ……because I’m not an astronomer. My mom and I looked it up on the Internet…..so it might have been.


10:13 pm we were there


This is it.

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