Thursday, January 30, 2014


Hi Guys!
It's here! the long awaited Q&A post. If your question is not answered, comment down below and I will try and answer it in my next Q&A. I am pulling these questions off of ask fm, comments on this website from you guys, and emails so if you want to ask a question, those are some great methods to get my attention. You can also post a question on my Facebook page. So, without further adieu, here is your questions answered:

  1. Jackie: If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? If I could go anywhere, I would go to New York City because there is so much opportunity there and a chance to make something of yourself.
  2. Anonymous: What is your favorite month of the year? I love April, partially because that is my birthday month, and partially because it rains a lot in April where I live.
  3. LillyM: What scares you more than anything else? Failure
  4. Andrea: How old are you? I am 14 going on 15 in April
  5. Anonymous: What is your favorite memory from your childhood? I have a really bad memory so I don't remember much but I do remember back when I was four or five, my parent's and I lived in a little white cottage before my brothers and sister was born and we had an irrigation ditch in our front yard that I loved to play in. 
  6. D_Bopper: What comes to your mind when you think of love? Family, trust, friendship, loyalty, etc.
  7. Bethany: What is sitting in front of you at this very moment (besides this question)? Your question made me laugh :) My neat mobile scanner is in front of me along with a bunch of my dad's magazines.
  8. Anonymous: Are you addicted to shopping? Surprisingly, no. My dad really likes to shop but my mom doesn't so I guess that I inherited my mom's dislike of shopping.
  9. AmyD: What is your favorite song at the moment?  Counting Stars by One Republic
  10. Anonymous: What is your favorite season? Spring!!!
Hope you enjoyed this post and be sure to ask your questions down below, tweet them to me, post them on facebook, or even email me at Talk to you later!!!
<3/ Audrey

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

My Mom Rocks

So my mom gets home from the store with a bag of makeup remover wipes. They were on sale for a dollar which is awesome!! I am literally running out if these all the time. You rock mom!

Monday, January 27, 2014


Hi Guys!
I'm thinking about doing a Q&A sometime soon so send me your questions and I will answer them!
<3/ Audrey

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Dear Audrey #3

Dear Audrey,
So there's this guy in one of my classes who I think likes me. The only problem is that I'm a freshman that looks like a junior and he's a senior that doesn't know that I'm a freshman. We talk over Facebook quite often and he's a great guy, bu I just don't like him like that. What do I do? Should I say something? If I do, what do I do without hurting his feelings? He also has some history with a friend of mine that ended badly. How do I keep her from finding out?

Please help my pretty little soul!!!!!
      Pamela Jones

Dear Pamela, 
Oooooh, sticky situation. I haave a friend who was literally in this exact same situation last semester. Guess what happened? The class ended, he moved on and got hurt by another girl, and she forgot about the whole thing. I would just give it some time to settle down. Remember, every single relationship, even if you don't want it to be a relationship, ends sooner or later in either breakup, or marriage.

Hope this helped Pamela!!!!
<3/ Audrey

Totally tourist!

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Monday, January 20, 2014

The Book Thief Review

Genre: Historical Fiction (WWII)
Age: 13+
Content Rating: PG-13, for mild language and just the idea of World War 2
My Rating: *****

(summary from
It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath. Death has never been busier, and will become busier still.

Liesel Meminger is a foster girl living outside of Munich, who scratches out a meager existence for herself by stealing when she encounters something she can’t resist–books. With the help of her accordion-playing foster father, she learns to read and shares her stolen books with her neighbors during bombing raids as well as with the Jewish man hidden in her basement. 

I had to read this book for my English class and I honestly have to say that I cried the entire way through. These kind of books have a way of drawing you in and not letting you go until you are finished. It was fantastically written and now I'm honestly afraid that the movie will ruin it. Five out of Five stars and I would definitely recommend this to anybody who loves historical fiction.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Home Decor DIY Possibilities

Happy New Year!!!!

Hi Guys!
     So I know that I'm a little late, but I wanted to wish everybody a Happy New Year! I hope that you all had a wonderful holiday season,  I know that I sure did. I am nearing 5000 page views which is insane so keep telling your friends, your family, anybody really, and I will have a super awesome post up soon. :) I am setting a schedule to have a post up on Mondays and Thursdays and I hope that I will be able to stick to it. Have an amazing day!!!

<3/ Audrey