My 2013 Recap

2013 held a lot of amazing things for me, mixed in with some sad things as well. It’s nice to look back on the year and see what I’ve overcome, what I’ve enjoyed, and what I hope to improve on in 2014.

  • January: I don’t remember this month all that well. I did get my Christmas presents from Haley in the mail though. I won an ARC of “Unravel Me” by: Tahereh Mafi, for reading “Shatter Me” online in only 9 hours (that’s with bathroom and eating breaks).
  • February: My mum was in the hospital twice and it was one of the most frightening things I’ve experienced. My auntie Misty visited from Florida. I visited my favorite teacher from high school, Mrs Richardson.
  • March: Not a lot happened this month.
  • April: Haley bought my plane tickets to come out to Chicago, along with our tickets to see the JoBros the day I got in. Went on a walk with my parents around the fairgrounds. My baby cousin Elysia was born.
  • May: Took my mum out to the local ice cream shop for Mother’s Day and then we walked around the fairgrounds while we ate our ice cream. My gramma E died.
  • June: Bought some of the stuff I needed to go to Chicago. Turned 21.
  • July: Flew for the first time by myself to Chicago. Met Haley and Sarah, for the first time. Saw the Jonas Brothers live. Went to the Taste of Chicago. Rode the ferris wheel on the Chicago Navy Pier. Saw 5 Seconds of Summer and One Direction live.


  • August: Won an ABC Family summer prize pack and a book.
  • September: Got myself a library card so that I could read ebooks for free. Went to the local ice cream place for the last time of the season and then went on a walk around the fairgrounds. Visited Mrs. Richardson with Jerrica.
  • October: Went to the Fair with my mum and Jerrica. Saw Jana Kramer live and met her at the Fair.


  • November: One of my friends, Kristina, sent me a postcard from London while she was studying abroad. Made four yummy desserts for Thanksgiving. Won a dvd set of the first 10 episodes of the tv show “The Fosters”. Put up the Christmas tree with mummy.
  • December: Went to the town Christmas tree lighting with my parents. Painted a Starry-night Tardis tote bag for a friend. Won a set of fragrance pencils from Mark. Girl. Got Christmas presents from Jerrica, Haley, Andrea, Holly, my brother & sis-in-law, and Lore. Made a yummy dessert for Christmas.


The books I read this year:

  1. “Mila 2.0: Origins: The Fire” by: Debra Driza
  2. “Sophomore Switch” by: Abby McDonald
  3. “Shatter Me” by: Tahereh Mafi
  4. “Destroy Me” by: Tahereh Mafi
  5. “Unravel Me” by: Tahereh Mafi
  6. “The Prince” by: Kiera Cass
  7. “Delirium Stories” by: Lauren Oliver
  8. “Requiem” by: Lauren Oliver
  9. “Harry Potter: Film Wizardry”
  10. “The Elite” by: Kiera Cass
  11. “Chantress” by: Amy Butler Greenfield
  12. “Incarnate” by: Jodi Meadows
  13. “The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden” by: Jessica Sorenson
  14. “The Program” by: Suzanne Young
  15. “Epic Fail” by: Claire LaZebnik
  16. “Golden” by: Jessi Kirby
  17. “Two-Way Street” by: Lauren Barnholdt
  18. “A Long Way From You” by: Gwendolyn Heasley
  19. “The Forsaken” by: Lisa M. Stasse
  20. “How My Summer Went Up in Flames” by: Jennifer Salvato Doktorski
  21. “Sweet Venom” by: Tera Lynn Childs
  22. “Burn For Burn” by: Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
  23. “Divergent” by: Veronica Roth (reread)
  24. “Insurgent” by: Veronica Roth (reread)
  25. “Under The Never Sky” by: Veronica Rossi
  26. “Jessica Darling It List (7 chapter preview)” by: Megan McCafferty (not pictured)
  27. “Just Like Fate” by: Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young
  28. “3 Willows” by: Ann Brashares
  29. “The Night Circus” by: Erin Morgenstern
  30. “Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone” by: JK Rowling
  31. “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” by: JK Rowling
  32. “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” by: JK Rowling
  33. “The World of Divergent: The Path to Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth
  34. “Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth
  35. “Flat-Out Love” by: Jessica Park
  36. “Flat-Out Matt” by: Jessica Park
  37. “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” by: JK Rowling
  38. “Hush, Hush” by: Becca Fitzpatrick
  39. “Pivot Point” by: Kasie West
  40. “The Book of Broken Hearts” by: Sarah Ockler
  41. “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” by: JK Rowling
  42. “Second Chance Summer” by: Morgan Matson


In 2014, I hope to finally get my license and a job. Along with start filling out college applications. I’ve been putting it off for too long. Anxiety holds me back from a lot of things, but I’m trying to not let it. We’ll see what happens with my 2014 at the end of next year.

Happy New Year! xx


End of Year Book Survey – 2013 Edition


Thanks to Jamie (she also made the little graphics!) for posting this end of year book survey! It’s fun to go back and look and think over what I’ve read throughout the year! I didn’t read as much this year as I did last, but that doesn’t matter. I finally got to some books that I’ve been meaning to read for awhile. As I close off this year of reading and move onto the next; I have to say, I’m so excited for the upcoming year that I hope is filled with lots and lots of books!

1. Best Book You Read In 2013?

Even though it made me me cry like a little baby (maybe that’s one of the reasons why I actually gave it a five on GoodReads), is “Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth.

2. Book You Were Excited About & Thought You Were Going To Love More, But Didn’t?

“Requiem” by: Lauren Oliver, hands down. I was somewhat content with the ending, but I still really wanted more. Alex is one of my favorite book guys out there and it just sucked not seeing much of him and even more how him and Lena ended up.

3. Most surprising (in a good way!) book of 2013?

“Hush, Hush” by: Becca Fitzpatrick! I honestly didn’t think I was going to like it at all, but I loved it. I only ended up giving it a chance, because it was put up for a day for free to read on Simon Teen’s site Pulse It. I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest of the books in the series!

I’d also say “Shatter Me” by: Tahereh Mafi, along with “Incarnate” by: Jodi Meadows. I had no intention of ever reading either of those, but I absolutely loved both of them.

4. Book you read in 2013 that you recommended the most to people in 2013?

“Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth. I will recommend that series to anybody that hasn’t read it.

5. Best series you discovered in 2013?

There’s two that I’ve discovered this year that I love. The first being the Shatter Me trilogy and the second being the Incarnate trilogy.

6. Favorite new author you discovered in 2013?

Kasie West! I read “Pivot Point” in early December after Jamie reviewed it, because it had been sitting in my Kindle for awhile; and I loved it!

7. Best book that was out of your comfort zone or was a new genre for you?

I never really read books about witches/wizards… So, I guess I’d have to same the Harry Potter series. It’s the first time I’m reading them and I just finished the fifth book in the series a tiny bit ago.

8. Most thrilling, unputdownable book in 2013?

“Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth. I read all 526 in a day. I only put it down to eat, go to the bathroom, and to get my eyes to not be as blurry from sobbing.

9. Book you read in 2013 that you are most likely to re-read next year?

“Unravel Me” by: Tahereh Mafi. The last book in the series is coming out in February and I’ll probably re-read it to refresh my memory.

10. Favorite book cover of a book you read in 2013?

This is really difficult! Most of the books I read have really pretty covers! So, here’s a few because I can’t decide.




11. Most memorable character in 2013?

It’s a three-way tie between Tris Prior, Tobias Eaton, and Uriah Pedrad. They’re all from the Divergent trilogy.

12. Most beautifully written book in 2013?

“Golden” by: Jessi Kirby.

13. Book that had the greatest impact on you in 2013?

“Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth, hands down. No book has ever made me cry. I’m not a crier whatsoever, but I bawled my eyes out reading this book. It just hit me so hard and I mourned over it for a couple weeks. I couldn’t even talk about the book without almost bursting into tears again. It still hurts.

14. Book you can’t believe you waited UNTIL 2013 to finally read?

The Harry Potter series! I wasn’t allowed to read the books when I was growing up, so they kind of just flew off my radar for awhile. I’ve seen all the movies so many times I’ve lost count, but I finally picked up the first book back at the end of September! And I managed to read the first five books for 2013 ended! I plan to start reading the sixth book soon!

15. Favorite passage/quote from a book you read in 2013?

Oh man, this is a difficult one. I’m a words person, definitely. So, I always pick out quotes and things I love from books. I think I’ll choose one from “Allegiant” though, because that book made me so emotional.

16. Shortest and Longest book you read in 2013?

Shortest: “Mila 2.0: Origins: The Fire” by: Debra Driza
Longest: “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” by: JK Rowling

17. Book that had a scene in it that had you reeling and dying to talk to somebody about it? 

“Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth. I was bugging people to read it faster so that I had somebody to talk to it about!

18. Favorite relationship from a book you read in 2013? (be it romantic, friendship, etc.)

There’s such a long list of these. Feel free to ask me what book the relationships are from, because I don’t feel like listing that part too (:

  • Tris/Christina (friendship)
  • Tris/Tobias (romantic)
  • Tris/Uriah (friendship)
  • Uriah/Christina (friendship)
  • Christina/Tobias (friendship)
  • Harry/Ron/Hermione (friendship)
  • Addie/Trevor (romantic)
  • Julie/Matthew (romantic)
  • Aria/Perry (romantic)
  • Ana/Sam (romantic)
  • Juliette/Adam (romantic)
  • Juliette/Kenji (friendship)
  • Jude/her dad (family)

19. Favorite book you’ve read in 2013 from an author you’ve read previously?
“The Book of Broken Hearts” by: Sarah Ockler.

20. Best book you read in 2013 that you read based solely on a recommendation from somebody else?
“Incarnate” by: Jodi Meadows.

21. Genre you read the most from in 2013?
Dystopian. It’s my go-to genre!

22. Newest fictional crush from a book that you read in 2013?
Oh man, I have had way too many new fictional crushes this year! But the most recent would have to Trevor from “Pivot Point” by: Kasie West.

23. Best 2013 debut you read?
I’m pretty sure this is a debut… “Pivot Point” by: Kasie West.

24. Most vivid world/imagery in a book you read in 2013?
Harry Potter — the first five (the only ones I’ve read this year) have the best imagery. It transports you into that world.

25. Book that was the most fun to read in 2013?
“Harry Potter: Film Wizardry” by: Brian Sibley.

26. Book that made you cry or nearly cry in 2013?
“Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth. There’s absolutely no contest. Only book that made me cry.

27. Book you read in 2013 that you think got overlooked this year or when it came out?
“Golden” by: Jessi Kirby.


1. One book you didn’t get to in 2013 but will be your number 1 priority in 2014?
“The Book Thief” by: Markus Zusak.

2. Book you are most anticipating for 2014 (non-debut)?
“Ignite Me” by: Tahereh Mafi. I need it now!

3. 2014 debut you are most anticipating?
“Prisoner of Night and Fog” by: Anne Blankman.
I honestly read so many series that I don’t read that many debuts :/ But I searched through my GoodReads and this is about the only debut I found that is coming out in 2014, so yeah.

4. Series ending you are most anticipating in 2014?
“Ignite Me” by: Tahereh Mafi!

5. One thing you hope to accomplish or do in your reading in 2014?
I hope to be able to read more books than I did this year!

Illinois vacation back during July 10th-15th

Back in July, I flew out to Chicago to meet my bestie Haley for the first time ever. She paid for my flight there and back, along with concert tickets for the Jonas Brothers (the day I got in) and then One Direction (the night before I went home). I had a really amazing time while I was out there, even though I got homesick and cried ’cause of my anxiety (if you know me, you know I don’t like crying and don’t cry often). I hope to go back someday and explore the city more. I wasn’t able to see all the things I wanted to, ’cause I didn’t have enough time.


Haley and I meeting at the airport

The Jonas Brothers were incredible live. I’ve seen them once before back in 2008, but they’re so much better now. We had VIP Soundcheck tickets. Not even going to lie, I kind of felt like I was 15 all over again haha. Fireworks went off over on the Navy Pier, which we could see from our seats, during the song “Fly With Me”. Big Rob also came on through Skype during “Burnin’ Up”.







some girls passed these signs out before the concert started for us to hold up during the song “First Time”. the JoBros acknowledged the signs on twitter after the show.










Then on July 11th, we road the train from the town Haley lives in into Chicago to go to the Taste of Chicago. I had a mini pulled chicken sandwich, a shot glass sized thing of sweet tea, and a mini lemon Italian ice. Sadly, I didn’t take any pictures of my food or the Taste of Chicago (besides the tickets). After we were done at the Taste of Chicago, we walked over to the Ohio Street Beach. While Haley and two of her friends went swimming and tanned, I just sat in the shade and listened to music while staring at the gorgeous view of the skyline I had. After we were done at the beach, we headed off to the Navy Pier. We went through the shops first and I bought some postcards, along with pressing a penny with a picture of the Navy Pier on it. Then we bought our tickets to go on the Ferris wheel. Okay, so I’m scared of heights but I really wanted to go on it ’cause it’s in the Divergent trilogy, by Veronica Roth. So, I set those fears aside and got on it anyways. And after we were done with that, we took a trolley over to Michigan Avenue and went shopping at Forever 21 and the Disney Store. I didn’t buy anything, ’cause I was running low on money and needed to save it for the One Direction concert that coming Sunday. Then we were going to eat at TGI Friday’s, but I felt sick so we left as soon as we ordered the food and walked back to the train station to go back to her house.








Stacy, Kelly, Me, and Haley.
wasn’t about to pay $35 for a version of this photo without “proof” all over it.


Then on July 12th, we went over to Naperville, IL. There’s this cute little bookshop called, Anderson’s Bookshop, over there that we really wanted to go to. After we went to the bookshop, we went to a couple little boutiques that were right down the road from it, along with the Barnes and Nobles where I picked up a couple more postcards. Then we walked back to Haley’s car and went to Five Guys for some lunch. I hadn’t ever eaten there before, but it was really good. And then we searched for the Office Depot over there and just when we were about to give up, we finally found it! We wanted to check out the One Direction line they were selling. I wish I got one of the notebooks, instead of the pens, ’cause they don’t write that well.


Then on July 13th, we decided to do a little shopping in the town Haley lives in. First we went to the grocery store she works at (in the bakery), and I got a yummy chocolate chip muffin. Then we ended up going to Walmart where I got this really cute double-sided notebook and a One Direction cup. After that we headed to Rue 21, where I ended up getting a cute black hi-lo skirt that was on sale. And then we went to Walgreens, where I got myself a bottle of Sinful Colors nail polish in “Island Coral”, before we headed back to her house to chill out for the rest of the day. We watched the One Direction “Up All Night” tour dvd.




ImageThen finally on the 14th, we went to Tinley Park, IL for the One Direction concert. We met up with Sarah in a parking lot before the concert, since it was our first time meeting each other. We hung out for a bit before heading over to the concert and hanging out in line. Our seats weren’t next to each other, since Sarah and her friends had lawn, so we didn’t get to see her after the concert. 5 Seconds of Summer and One Direction were amazing.


Me and Sarah. I don’t know why I stood the way I did, ’cause it makes me look pregnant and I’m not.



5 Seconds of Summer


One Direction

There’s still a few pictures I don’t have from the trip, ’cause they’re still on Haley’s phone and camera, but oh well. I wanted to write up this blog before I forgot to!

So, I finally switched to WordPress.

I finally switched to WordPress after having Blogger for a couple of years, and imported all my posts from there onto here. I probably won’t post all that much here, ’cause I live in a very small town and I kind of enjoy staying home and just reading haha.

I’ve changed a lot since my introduction post two years ago. It’s insane how much one person can change in the matter of two years, but still stay the same in some ways.

I’m not very good at these whole “about me” things, but I’m going to try.



  • I’m twenty-one now. 
  • I still live in Maine.
  • I’ve definitely gotten back into my book nerd ways. I hadn’t found GoodReads yet back when I started on Blogger, but now that I have… well, my to-read list just keeps growing. If you want any recommendations, feel free to ask! I’ll be happy to help (:
  • I have a serious case of wanderlust. I just really want to see the world and meet my friends that I’ve made over the past few years.
  • I love One Direction way too much.
  • My music taste has mellowed out a lot since 2011. 
  • I love going to concerts, but don’t get to go to as many as I’d like ’cause of where I live and I don’t really have the money.
  • I love a good cup of tea.
  • I absolutely adore getting letters in the mail and sending things through Swap-Bot. I collect postcards.
  • I watch too many tv shows and movies. I honestly don’t know how I keep up with all of them.
  • I’ve finally figured out what I want to go to college for. I’m afraid that I won’t be good at it, but I can’t let that fear stop me. I need to get the guts to actually fill out college applications. My anxiety holds me back from a lot of things.

A to Z bookish survey

Thank you, Jamie at Perpetual Page Turner, for creating this survey!

I haven’t updated my blog in ages, but here we go.

Author you’ve read the most books from:
Meg Cabot.
Best Sequel Ever:
“Insurgent” by: Veronica Roth.
Currently Reading:
I’m actually not currently reading anything. I just finished “Sweet Venom” by: Tera Lynn Childs, about two hours ago.
Drink of Choice While Reading:
Water! It’s basically all I drink, besides Gatorade or white-cran strawberry juice sometimes.
E-reader or Physical Book?
Physical book, definitely. I don’t own an E-reader, but sometimes I’ll use the Kindle app on my laptop if there’s a book that I really want to read that’s on sale for a lot cheaper than a physical copy is.
Fictional Character You Probably Would Have Actually Dated In High School:
This is a difficult question, ’cause I didn’t date anybody in high school. Actually, I still haven’t dated anybody. But I’d like to say that I’d date somebody like Conrad Fisher (from The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy, by Jenny Han) or Michael Moscovitz  (from The Princess Diaries series, by Meg Cabot).
Glad You Gave This Book A Chance:
“The Program” by: Suzanne Young. 
Hidden Gem Book:
“Golden” by: Jessi Kirby.
Important Moment in your Reading Life:
Discovering Goodreads! I was in a huge reading slump after I graduated high school because of the type of books they made you read. GoodReads really got me back into reading. And now I have way too many books on my to-read list and not enough money to buy them, oops.
Just Finished:
“Sweet Venom” by: Tera Lynn Childs. And I finished “The Forsaken” by: Lisa M. Stasse, about a week ago.
Kinds of Books You Won’t Read:
Anything with ghosts or lots of blood. I’m easily paranoid/scared and squeamish!
Longest Book You’ve Read:
“Breaking Dawn” by: Stephenie Meyer (756 pages).
Major book hangover because of:
“Requiem” by: Lauren Oliver.
Number of Bookcases You Own:
Two small ones, that only have three shelves. One is mostly full of magazines, because I have free subscriptions to a few. And then one is almost full of books. A lot of my books are on loan to a friend of mine. I need more bookcases.
One Book You Have Read Multiple Times:
“Forever Princess” by: Meg Cabot.
Preferred Place To Read:
In bed.
Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you’ve read:
“Take down the walls. 
That is, after all, the whole point. 
You do not know what will happen if you take down the walls; you cannot see through to the other side, don’t know whether it will bring freedom or ruin, resolution or chaos. It might be paradise or destruction. 
Take down the walls.
Otherwise you must live closely, in fear, building barricades against the unknown, saying prayers against the darkness, speaking verse of terror and tightness.
Otherwise you may never know hell; but you will not find Heaven, either. You will not know fresh air and flying.
All of you, wherever you are: in your spiny cities, or your one bump towns. Find it, the hard stuff, the links of metal and chink, the fragments of stone filling your stomach. 
And pull, and pull, and pull.
I will make a pact with you: I will do it if you will do it, always and forever.
Take down the walls.”
– “Requiem” by: Lauren Oliver.
Reading Regret:
I still haven’t read the Harry Potter series, even though people keep telling me to read it. Somebody buy me the new anniversary box set and I will read them haha.
Series You Started And Need To Finish(all books are out in series):
I have one book left to read of the Kissed By An Angel series, by Elizabeth Chandler. I’ve had it since April and haven’t touched it.
Three of your All-Time Favorite Books:
I’m absolutely horrible at coming up with favorites of anything. Funny enough the three I’m about to list don’t have my #1 “book boyfriend” in them, oops. 
“There You’ll Find Me” by: Jenny B Jones, “Sisterhood Everlasting” by: Ann Brashares, and “The Perks Of Being A Wallflower” by: Stephen Chbosky.
Unapologetic Fangirl For:
The Princess Diaries series, by Meg Cabot. They’re my guilty pleasure books and I’ve read them so many times. Also an unapologetic fangirl for the Delirum trilogy, by Lauren Oliver… along with the Divergent trilogy, by Veronica Roth.
Very Excited For This Release More Than All The Others:
It’s a tie between “Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth… and “Ignite Me” by: Tahereh Mafi.  I NEED THEM BOTH NOW.
Worst Bookish Habit:
I honestly don’t really have a bad bookish habit. Maybe being too overprotective of my books.
X Marks The Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book:
“NEED” by: Carrie Jones.
Your latest book purchase:
“The World Of Divergent: The Path to Allegiant” by: Veronica Roth.
ZZZ-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):
“The Forsaken” by: Lisa M. Stasse.


I’ve read a total of 50 books this year. Just wow.

  1. “Cruel Summer” by: Alyson Noel
  2. “Prom Queen Geeks” by: Lauren Preble
  3. “The Host” by: Stephenie Meyer (2 times.. beginning of the year and ended the year with it)
  4. “Fixing Delilah” by: Sarah Ockler
  5. “Twenty Boy Summer” by: Sarah Ockler
  6. “Pretty Face” by: Mary Hogan
  7. “Forever Princess” by: Meg Cabot
  8. “Bittersweet” by: Sarah Ockler
  9. “Love & Leftovers” by: Sarah Tregay
  10. “Sloppy Firsts” by: Megan McCafferty
  11. “Hana” by: Lauren Oliver
  12. “Kissed By An Angel” by: Elizabeth Chandler
  13. “The Power Of Love” by: Elizabeth Chandler
  14. “Soulmates” by: Elizabeth Chandler
  15. “Stay” by: Deb Caletti
  16. “Second Helpings” by: Megan McCafferty
  17. “Pandemonium” by: Lauren Oliver
  18. “Charmed Thirds” by: Megan McCafferty
  19. “Fourth Comings” by: Megan McCafferty
  20. “Perfect Fifths” by: Megan McCafferty
  21. “Sixteenth Summer” by: Michelle Dalton
  22. “Evercrossed” by: Elizabeth Chandler
  23. “Everlasting” by: Elizabeth Chandler
  24. “The Summer I Turned Pretty” by: Jenny Han (2 times)
  25. “It’s Not Summer Without You” by: Jenny Han (2 times)
  26. “We’ll Always Have Summer” by: Jenny Han (2 times)
  27. “The Single Girl’s To-Do List” by: Lindsey Kelk
  28. “Megan Meade’s Guide To The McGowan Boys” by: Kate Brian
  29. “The Pledge” by: Kimberly Derting
  30. “Need” by: Carrie Jones
  31. “Captivate” by: Carrie Jones
  32. “Entice” by: Carrie Jones
  33. “What Would Emma Do?” by: Eileen Cook
  34. “The Story Of Us” by: Deb Caletti
  35. “Endure” by: Carrie Jones
  36. “The Duff (Designated Ugly Fat Friend)” by: Kody Keplinger
  37. “There You’ll Find Me” by: Jenny B Jones
  38. “Shiver” by: Maggie Stiefvater
  39. “Getting Over Garrett Delaney” by: Abby McDonald
  40. “Divergent” by: Veronica Roth
  41. “Linger” by: Maggie Stiefvater
  42. “Forever” by: Maggie Stiefvater
  43. “The Selection” by: Kiera Cass
  44. “Smart Girls Get What They Want” by: Sarah Strohmeyer
  45. “Insurgent” by: Veronica Roth
  46. “Reunited” by: Hilary Weisman Graham
I read so many wonderful books this year.

Then there’s other stuff that happened this year. Next year, I should document better what I’ve done… ’cause there’s not going to be a lot of things for the months of the year… Plus, I enjoy staying home haha.

  • January: Brought in the new year with my mum. Hung out with my friend Jerrica on New Year’s Day. Video chatted with my bestie Ani on the 9th. My cousins Kealy and Tegan visited for a couple hours on the 21st.
  • February: Video chatted with my bestie on the 8th. 
  • March: My brother and Linzi visited from the 9th to the 15th. Hung out with my friend Jerrica on the 18th.
  • April: Hung out with my friend Jerrica on the 2nd. Hung out with my friend Jerrica again on the 4th. My Auntie Misty, cousin Katie, and my second cousins Hailey, Bobbi, Connor, and Brielle visited from the 6th. Went to my cousin Austin’s birthday party and hung out with my friend Jerrica on the 7th. My Gramma D passed away on the 13th ): … Hung out with my friend Jerrica on the 25th, along with cleaning my Grampa E’s house, and went to Froagie’s (ice cream place). Went to Froagie’s again on the 29th.
  • May: Hung out with my friend Jerrica on the 6th and went to Froagie’s (it was Hanson day). 
  • June: Went to the Old Port Festival on the 10th with my friend Jerrica and my dad, Dia Frampton and The Cab played at the Old Port Festival. Turned 20 on the 25th. My Gramma W came over for our joint birthday celebration (’cause her birthday is the day before mine) on the 27th.
  • July: My bestie Haley that lives in Chicago bought tickets on the 6th for us to see One Direction next year (hopefully everything works out so that I can go to Chicago next year for it). 
  • August: Nothing much really.
  • September: Went to Windham with my mum, dad, and my friend Jerrica on the 18th. Watched One Direction perform live online on the iTunes Festival on the 20th. Visited Mrs. Richardson (favorite teacher from high school) with my friend Jerrica on the 25th.
  • October: Went to the fair with my mum on the 2nd, ran into my friend Jerrica and my Gramma W at the fair. Went to Windham with my mum and dad on the 9th. 
  • November: Voted (for Obama) for the first time ever and bought my first car on the 6th. Went to see Breaking Dawn Part 2 with my friend Jerrica and my dad on the 18th.
  • December: Watched a livestream of One Direction’s MSG concert on the 3rd. Spent Christmas with some of the family on the 25th. Tried the Belgian candy Chokotoff for the first time (it was good), ’cause my friend Lore that lives in Belgium sent me some. Lost about 31 lbs since May (I was 211 lbs and now I’m about 180 lbs).


Pandemonium finally came in the mail like a week ago! I was so excited to read it, but I didn’t like it as much as I thought I would. It gave me nightmares and I woke up in panic attacks, ’cause I read it at night right before I went to bed. So I just had to read it during the day. My favorite part of the book was the very last page, ’cause my favorite character came back haha. I wish I didn’t have to wait until February of 2013 for the last book of the series to come out.

I definitely recommend this series though!