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September 2021 Recap

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September 2021 Recap

Hey everyone! I’M BACK!! After a trip, and getting sick for a few days, I’m finally here and ready to blog again. I’ll have more details about that later! 😁

Oh and yeah, so sorry this post is so late. Again, I was sick. XD Let’s see how much of September I can even remember – at least from the beginning!

*ALERT: Lots and lots of pictures ahead…. Enter at your own risk* ;P

~Well, you already know about our Apple Harvest. That was a good productive time!

~Right after that, my Grandma and (13 year old) Aunt Abigail came to stay with us while my parents went on a trip together. It was so much fun to get to spend some time with them!

Giant selfie! (Or Us-ie…?) XD

Lizzie and I with Abigail

I love all these pictures of Grandma and each of us kids! ❀️

Mom and Dad went to the Copper canyon together, which is a few hours away from here. They rode the world’s longest zip-line, hiked, went boating and did other fun stuff together!

When they got back, we had a hotdog roast for my brother Andy’s 13th birthday

We planted pumpkins for the first time ever, and I love them! I definitely want to start planting them every year. They’re so pretty! Can’t wait to make some pies and other pumpkin-y treats with them. πŸ˜€

After that, I think we just did normal stuff, got sick, and got ready for our trip. So skip all that, and now you’re caught up to the fun part! You’re welcome. πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜€

~FAMILY CAMP! This was probably my highlight of the entire year… It was amazing to spend a couple of days with our great friends at Heritage Baptist Church. I don’t have a whole ton of pictures – instead I’m making a video. But it’s not done yet, so. πŸ˜… I do have some though!

We sang a LOT during camp. Friday night, we played guitar and sang until around 11:30 I think, and I pretty much lost my voice the rest of the night.πŸ˜… Totally worth it though, because I enjoyed that time so much. πŸ˜€

My fellow redhead, Gabby, and I braided our hair together, which was really fun/funny! πŸ˜…

Congregational singing

Camp was amazing – way better than I’m making it sound at the moment. πŸ˜‚ Hopefully I’ll be able to share the video I’m making about it later. For now, gotta keep working on it! πŸ˜‰

~While there, we also visited another church and had some good fellowship with friends we hadn’t seen in awhile, as well as some new friends. πŸ˜€

~After Family Camp, we stayed in AZ for another week or so to visit with friends, and also for a wedding! (Pictures of that will have to be in a future post, since that happened in October, not September… lol.)

Anyway, we had a great visiting our friends, the Hublers. We got to spend a good bit of the day with them. We took a spur of the moment trip to the store for ice cream, which we brought home and ate with homemade cookies. So fun!!!!

Playing Chess with Gabby. She creamed me big time, but it was still lots of fun!!!

A few days later we went to the Petzold’s house, which was awesome, and a whole new fun adventure in itself!

I did some recording with Kyra, which was a lot of fun!!

Last time we were together, we accidentally took a picture where it looked like Annika’s arm was really long. We decided to try and redo that picture, and here are our results. I think it turned out pretty good, haha!! πŸ˜‚

They made some amazing, delicious pies!!

Well, I’d probably better start to bring this post to an end now, so let’s get on with this month’s stats. πŸ™‚

I read:

(A lot!) XD

~The Princess Bellaheld by Julie Sutter (5 Stars)

~Scout – The Treasure of Rodynsteyn Castle by Piet Prins (5 Stars)

~Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (5 Stars)

~The Giant Killer by A.L.O.E. (4 Stars)

~The Confessions of St. Patrick (4 Stars)

~ The Haunted Room by A.L.O.E. (5 Stars)

~Courageous by Randy Alcorn (5 Stars)

~Jane of Lantern Hill by L.M. Montgomery (5 Stars)

~ Red Rover, Red rover by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~Plan to Fail by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (4 Stars)

~Bad Things, Small Packages by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~Tutor, Nanny, Spit-up, Sky by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~A-Spying we will Go by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~Once Upon a Dime by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~Five Star Spy by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

~Fair in War by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick (5 Stars)

Altogether roughly over 3,200 pages! πŸ˜‚

Bible:

~Deuteronomy

~Joshua

~John

~Zepheniah

~Philipians

~Colossians

Blog Posts:

~August 2021, Recap

~Apple Harvest

~October Bullet Journal Set Up


September was an awesome month, and probably my favorite of the year so far. It was so great to see family and friends! I hope you guys had a great month as well!

Love,

Rosy ❀️ 🍁 😘

What did you do in September? Are you excited for Fall? Have you read any of the books I read this month?

Apple Harvest, 2021

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Every year around August or September my family has apple harvest, where we process and can apples in many various forms. It’s a lot of fun – for the first couple hours! After hours and hours and days, it does get quite tiring though. However, it’s definitely worth it to have apples saved for the rest of the year!

We have two apple trees, but the majority of the apples, we bought and picked from our neighbor’s trees.

For two days, we cut, chopped, sliced, peeled, juiced, froze, mashed, boiled and cooked apples. We made apple cider, apple pie filling, dried apples, frozen apples, canned apples, apple sauce, apple butter and more. You name it, we probably made it!! πŸ˜‚

My adorable brother, James

For lunch, since we didn’t really have time to make anything, Dad got hamburgers, which is a special treat. T’was a bright spot in a rather long, tiresome day. Lol!

After lunch, we resumed work. Apples, apples, apples! These are a fraction of the jars that we canned. I think most of these are apple cider, which will be awesome during the fall and winter months!

The next afternoon, we (finally!) we were mostly finished, except for a little bit more dehydrating we did here and there for the next few days. πŸ™‚

Here are the estimated results of our harvest, (which we have affectionately dubbed “Apples Party”

~Canned 62 quarts of apple juice
~Canned 29 quarts of apple sauce
~19 gallons of juice for the freezer
~8 quarts of apple sauce for the freezer
~19 gallons of apple slices for the freezer
~Filled the 9 tray dehydrator 7 times
~9 quarts apple butter
~24 pints apple butter
~27 quarts of apple pie filling

Roughly 800 lbs of apples were processed. Yay!!

What’s your favorite apple product? Red or green apples? (Green all the way for me!)

Love,

Rosy 🍎 🍏 ❀️

August 2021 Recap

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August 2021 Recap

Hey everybody!!

Can you believe it’s already September?! I’m especially excited for this month, because 1) AUTUMN! and 2) We’re planning on taking a trip to go to Family Camp with our Church there. We haven’t seen them in a year now (which is waayyy too long), and we’re really, really, extremely excited!!! That’s near the end of the month, and I’m very sure you’ll hear lots about it in future posts. πŸ˜€ So exciting!

This post, however, is about August, not September, so let’s get into it!! πŸ˜€


Early in the month, our family traveled to a town a few hours away to visit some good friends of ours and to start of some evangelical meetings there. We stayed for a couple of days, and had a really good time!

A bunch of us got up early(ish) in the morning to go hiking with our friends in the mountains Ok, large hills by the town. We hiked for a couple of miles, but it felt like longer, as some parts weren’t super easy going. It was loads of fun though! The little kids did a great job keeping up. πŸ˜„

The view was really pretty from the top!!

Later that afternoon we played soccer until we were tired out, and then they taught us a Mexican game that I forget the name of…. It was kinda similar to baseball, but also quite different. I don’t even know how to play baseball. But they told me it was similar, so. Lol!

After that we rested, and watched the kids get wet and muddy, and catch toads. It was really hot and dry, so the water felt good. πŸ˜‚

That evening we held a meeting inside our friend’s pizza place, which went well. πŸ™‚ We left at around… 8:00 maybe? And got home around 11 or 12. πŸ˜„ It was a really good time!!


I can’t think of any other major events or anything that happened after that, so here are a few random photos for you guys. πŸ˜€

James and Me!
Mom and the youngest kids doing school
Andy and a garter snake he caught

Some pictures of our family on a walk. I got carried away taking pictures with my brother’s camera. The selfie stick was fun, lol! I won’t post all the pictures (there were a lot XD), but here are a couple of the best ones.

Dad doing a Bible study with some friends of ours in the mountains
Dad and a few of the kids at a restaurant during a border trip

In August I…

Read:

  1. Children of the Storm by Natasha Vins (5 stars)
  2. Journey’s of Four by Rebekah Jones (5 stars)
  3. Beautiful Girl by Karen Andreola (4 stars)
  4. Her Mother’s Secret by E.D.E.N. Southworth (5 stars)
  5. Jacob DeShazer by Janet and Geoff Benge (5 stars)
  6. Scout and the Sailing Slueths by Piet Prins (4 stars)

Bible:

~Numbers

~Ecclesiastes

~Lamantations

~Job

~Psalms

~Luke

I did read as much as I would have liked to, but hopefully I will get more reading in this month!

Blog Posts:

~July 2021, Recap

~Advertisement/Review Opportunity

~My New Laptop (+ Some Random Memes to make this Post moreΒ Interesting)

~β€œGraphics by Josie” Etsy ShopΒ Review!

~September Bullet Journal SetΒ Up


Love,

Rosy

How was your August? Do you have any plans for September?

“Graphics by Josie” Etsy Shop Review!

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“Graphics by Josie” Etsy Shop Review!

Hello everyone! Today I have the privilege of reviewing some items from my friend Josephine’s new Etsy shop, GraphicsbyJosie. Her all digital shop is full of useful, fun printable, and art. Everything is digital, which means you don’t have to pay shipping! It’s all is super affordable, and well made.

Josephine kindly sent me her Digital Adult Coloring Book, and two of her Large Group Portraits for me to review here on the blog. So exciting! And so, without further ado, on to my review!


Starting off with the Large Group Portraits. I loved this so much!! Josephine was super fast getting the drawings done and sent, and she did a phenomenal job. I really, really love how they turned out!!

She drew this picture of me and my siblings, as well as one with my whole family. I love them so much! The sibling one is definitely my favorite of the two. ❀ I keep staring at it, because it’s so cute! XD

These are the original photos. πŸ™‚

Now get this… These portraits cost only $5.00 on her shop! That’s an amazing price for the work that she does. However, that’s only an introductory price, so get yours quick before the price goes up!! Get it HERE!


And now to review the coloring book!

My favorite things about it: 1) Super simple, easy to color 2) Since it’s printable, you can pick and choose which pages to color, as well as print them out over and over whenever you want!

What I didn’t prefer: 1) Most of the pages weren’t as detailed as I generally prefer, but that’s a matter of preference. πŸ™‚

I picked out a few pages to print out, and tested them with several different mediums. I found that water color paint work well on the pages that have a lot of empty space, where as if I used colored pencils or pens, it would have taken a bit of time to fill. But I didn’t mind that with the watercolors, in fact, I really enjoyed it.

The other pages with more detail, were perfect for colored pencils, pens, and markers. πŸ˜€

This picture was colored with colored pencils. I love all the random and fun shapes in there! I enjoyed coloring this one immensely.

I colored this page with watercolors! Watercolor paint was perfect, because I feel like, for me at least, it would have taken too much time to color with pens or pencils. And I love how it turned out! Painting the galaxy was a blast. And guys, the quote…? Love it!! ⭐️ ✨

And lastly, I colored this one using markers. Guys, coloring this, choosing the colors, watching it come together… It was so satisfying and relaxing! I used tons of colors in this, and I love this way it turned out. This picture was well drawn, and had the perfect amount of detail, without having too much.

And here are my finished pictures! I definitely had a good time coloring these, and would recommend this coloring book. πŸ˜€ It costs only $3.95, which is only like… 25 cents per picture – how cool is that?! So go check it out!!!

All in all, Josie’s shop was lovely, she keeps adding more fun stuff, and it’s all at a pretty affordable price. She was also great to work with, and got my products to me in very good time. So yeah. Go check out her Etsy Shop! πŸ˜€

Have a great day!! πŸ˜€

Love,

Rosy

If you’re interested in advertising, or getting your products reviewed, CLICK HERE for more information!

Advertisement/Review Opportunity!

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Advertisement/Review Opportunity!

Hello everyone!

I know I just posted a couple of days ago, but I have some exciting news that I can’t wait to share. I am going to start doing reviews and advertising on my blog! That means that:

  1. I will review a product(s) from your business or shop
  2. I will will advertise for you on the sidebar of my blog

Product review is totally free! Add a giveaway, and that will be only $5. All you have to do is send me one or more items from your shop.

Advertisement will cost $6 for one month, $15 for three months, and $28 for 6 months. I will put your advertisement on the sidebar of my blog for the amount of time specified and paid for. πŸ™‚

As you can see, I’m starting out pretty cheap. These prices will be guaranteed until the end of the year, and may go up after that, so take advantage of this opportunity soon!

All the information is on THIS PAGE, but I want to share it here as well. Here are the packages that you may choose from, and some more information. πŸ™‚


Package One 

Product review – I will review a product from your shop or business on my blog = $0. Add a giveaway = $5.

Package Two

Vlog/Video product review up to 5 minutes. Will be posted on both my blog and youtube channel. = $15

Package Three

Sidebar ad for 1 month = $6

Sidebar ad for 3 months = $15

Sidebar ad for 6 months = $28

*Feel free to provide your own advertisement, however I can make it for you for a one time fee of $5. Graphics must be square. 

Package Four

Review, Giveaway and 3 months advertising = $28

*Prices guaranteed to the end of the year.

FAQ 

What products should I send you? 

Feel free to send me the product(s) of your choice, or give me a choice between a few items in your shop.

Who will ship the product (prize) to the giveaway winner?

I will send you the name and address of the giveaway winner,and you will ship them the product.

Will you review just anything? 

Company and product must be wholesome and clean, and I reserve the right to refuse any item. 

How long will it take to review my product?

Due to us living in Mexico with no mail service, we use a U.S. mailing address. It may take me 4-6 weeks for me to receive the package. However, I will commit to getting the post up within two weeks of receiving the product in hand. 

What can I advertise? 

You can advertise anything, from your business, etsy shop, blog, youtube channel, etc! 


Please contact me if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, or if you have any questions. I’m so excited to jump into this!

Love,

Rosy πŸ¦‹

Are you interested in collaborating with me through reviews or advertising? πŸ˜€

My Family’s Favorite Audio Dramas

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My Family’s Favorite Audio Dramas

Hello everyone!

I don’t know about you guys, but my family loves listening to audio dramas. Whether it’s passing time on a road trip, or listening while we do our chores, it’s one of our favorite things to so. Here are some of our very favorite audio dramas to listen to!

Lamplighter Theatre

These audio dramas are very entertaining, and full of Christian values and lessons. We have listened to most of these. My personal favorites are The White Gypsy, The Haunted Room and Sir Malcom and the Missiong Prince. (Along with all the rest we’ve heard!)

Listen to a new episode free every week HERE!

Heirloom Audio Productions

These stories are based after historical fiction books by G.A. Henty. It’s a super fun way to learn about history. Filled with with action and adventure, these dramas are a guaranteed hit with the whole family!

My favorite dramas are Beric the Britan, In Freedoms Cause and Under Drakes Flag!

Jonathan Park

Following the Park and Brennan families, these adventure filled dramas are filled with evidences for creation vs. evolution. I’ve probably heard these 10 times each, but each time I do, I learn more! It’s seriously pack filled with awesome information.

My favorite seasons are The Beowulf, The Copper Scroll, and the Whispering Sphinx.

Down Gilead Lane

Our family looks forward to every Saturday when a new episode of Down Gilead Lane comes on. These stories are about the Morrison family, and their friends. The stories are filled with lessons for all ages.

Listen to a free episode every week HERE!

Red Rock Mysteries

Based on the book series by Jerry Jenkins, these stories are so much fun! Follow Ashley and Bryce, 13 year old twins, as they constantly find themselves in the middle of a mystery… This is great for anyone who enjoys a good mystery! We’ve listened to these over and over again!

Listen to a new episode every week HERE!

Focus on the Family Radio Theatre

Similar to Lamplighter theatre, these audio dramas are based after classic books. Our favorites are Little Women, The Hiding Place, Bonhoeffer and Ben Hur. Oh and Squanto. XD

Listen to a new episode every week HERE!

Ranger Bill

This is an old one from the 1950’s, about Ranger Bill and his adventures as a forest ranger. We always listen to these are road trips – it’s kind of a tradition. Lol!

Listen to Ranger Bill HERE!

Your Story Hour


This is another oldish one, though maybe not as old as Ranger Bill. Your Story Hour has missionary stories, history stories, and more modern stories as well.

Listen to a new episode every week HERE!

Patch the Pirate

We’ve listened to Patch the Pirate for almost as long as I can remember! Each story is fun and full of adventure and Biblical truths. There’s also a lot of fun songs in each episode. This one is geared towards younger listeners, however I’ll probably never fully grow out of it. LOL!

Listen to a new episode every week HERE!


I hope you guys enjoyed this post, and got some good recommendations! Each of these dramas are Christian based, and great for the whole family. Have you listened to any of these? Do you have any other good Christian audio drama you like to listen to?

Have a great day!

Love,

Rosy 🌸 ❀️

Sunshine and Rainbows Tag🌞🌈

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Sunshine and Rainbows Tag🌞🌈

Hello everyone!! I haven’t done a blog tag in quite a while, so when my friend, Anna, tagged me for the Sunshine and Rainbows blog tag, I decided it was time I did one. πŸ˜€ So thanks for tagging me, Anna!! (Be sure to check out her lovely post HERE!) Let’s do this!!

The Rules:

  • Thank the blogger who tagged you
  • Share the badge and rules in your post
  • Include this blog tag statement: β€œThe sunshine & rainbows blog tag is an award created to show appreciation for bloggers who bring positivity and happiness into our lives!”
  • Answer the tag’s 5 questions
  • Tag 5-10 bloggers whose blogs you love reading!
  • Include a custom message to your nominees about why you tagged them
  • Keep on blogging!Β We love that you’re a part of the blogging world!

The Questions

  1. What are your favorite kinds of posts to write?

Well, I love writing monthly recaps each month! I also enjoy bullet journaling posts. However, I’m currently feeling very un-inspired with my blog, and I’m having a bit of a hard time coming up with new posts. So if you have any ideas for me, let me know in the comments, and I’d greatly appreciate it!!

2. What’s a post you’d love to write, but haven’t yet?

You know, I’m not sure… I’d love to write more devotional type blog posts, based on lessons I’ve learned. I’d also enjoy doing some art and craft tutorials and DIYs! What do y’all think?

3. In what ways do you enjoy helping other people?

Hmm… I love helping my siblings with school, as well as serving my family in other ways.

4. What (or who) inspires you?

Oh, LOTS of things….. Music inspires me, as does nature, rain, flowers, rainbows, books, movies, art, colors, and other pretty things…. As well as my friends and family, and God. And lots more. And chocolate. Lol! πŸ˜‚

5. What do you love to see on other people’s blogs?

I love seeing little bits of their life, pictures, art, DIYs, more art, tutorials, photography, and other fun things like that! πŸ˜€

My Nominees

(No pressure at all to do this, only if you want to!) πŸ˜‰

Kaley: You’re a great blogger/writer! I had lots of fun writing that story with you the other day!

Hattush: Girl, you’ve been a super good friend to me the past few years! I really love your blog and seeing pictures of your adorable sugar gliders. My favorite posts you do are the ones with life updates, and pictures of your family!

Reese: I like your travel posts. It’s super fun to see the pictures from other countries!

And that’s it for today, folks! I’m going to go work on my bullet journal set up for August (CRAZY!), so look out for that post sometimes in the near future!!

Have a great day!!

Love,

Rosy 🌻 ❀️

What kind of things inspire you? Do you have any post ideas for me? πŸ˜€

June 2021, Recap!

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June 2021, Recap!

Hello my dear blog readers! I hope this post finds you well, and in good spirits. And if not, it is my great hope that this post will bestow unto you joy and pleasure, and that you may leave happy and contented.

Ok, that was slightly weird, but hey, it’s true. (Even if it is worded in a slightly unique manner.) Lol!!πŸ˜‚

Anyway!! Am I the only one who is sitting here in shocked silence, because JUNE IS OVER?! I am currently speechless, but at least I can still type. We’re half way done with 2021! Crazy!! BUT EXCITING!!!

The month of June went very well (for the most part) for us. Save one aspect, which I will discuss at a later juncture. (I don’t know why I keep talking like this, LOL! Maybe it’s because I’ve been reading old books…? Ok, yeah probably. Deal with it.) 🀣

So here I am, at 5:25 in the afternoon, drinking ice tea and writing this blog post. πŸ˜€

~ Early in the month, we had some friends over for the day, which was fun! We played Apples to Apples, and… I won. XD (Not bragging, just stating the facts! LOL!!) We like to play that the cards you win are supposed to describe you… That can get pretty crazy, haha!!

What do y’all think? Do these words describe me??? 🀣

~I’ve been walking a lot lately. I try to get it 2 miles a day. (well sometimes…!) Listening to podcasts motivates me to actually do it. My favorite podcast to listen to is Revive our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. πŸ˜€

~We went to Colorado, for my Grandma’s 70th birthday party! That was a good trip, and a lot of fun! πŸ˜€

On the way we listening to Ranger Bill, Focus on the Family Radio Theatre (This Hiding Place), Lamplighters, and I listened to an audio book. (“The Lamplighter” It was really good!!)

Andy and Philip

A couple of books I bought at a thrift store. Look how THICK!!! Can’t wait to read them!!

Playing Clue with my siblings πŸ˜€

Some very random pictures…! lol!

In June I….

Read:

~Children of the Angels by Maggie Joy (5 stars!)

~Billy Budd by Herman Mellville (3 stars)

~The Mark on the Door by Franklin Dixon (3 stars)

~The Clue in the Wall by Carolyn Keene (3 stars)

~Julia’s Last Hope by Janette Oke (5 stars)

~Loves Enduring Promises by Janette Oke (3.5 stars)

~Scout and the Flying Phantom by Piet Prinns

~ The Lamplighter my Maria Cummins (5 stars!)

~The Peacemaker by Ken Sande (5 Stars)

~Education-Does God have an Opinion by Israel Wayne

~How do we know the Bible is True? By Ken Ham and others (5 stars!)

Bible:

~Ezra

~Ezekiel

~Proverbs

~Hebrews

~Nehemiah

~Daniel

~Nahum

~Habbakuk

~Amos

(All 5 stars. Lol!)

Watched:

~The Pendragon (5 stars)

~Indescribable (5 Stars)

~Candle in the Dark (Also 5 stars) XD

Blog Posts:

June 2021 Bullet Journal SetΒ Up

Anne of Green GablesΒ Quiz

May 2021, Recap

July 2021 Bullet Journal SetΒ Up

It was a super fun and happy month!! πŸ˜€ And I’m really excited for July!

Love,

Rosy 🌸 ❀️

July 2021 Bullet Journal Set Up

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Hello people! Can you believe it’s already (practically!) July?! So crazy! But, I’m going to hold off rambling about it too much, because I have enough of that in the next post. (Stay tuned!) Lol!! πŸ˜‚ 😁 But yay for summer!!

My theme for this month, is…

πŸ‰ Watermelon!! πŸ‰

This was super fun to do, and I was even eating watermelon while I was making it! πŸ˜€ πŸ‰ Fun times!

First, we have the cover page, calendar, goals (which I haven’t written yet… XD) and my word of the month, which is diligence. πŸ˜€ 😁

Love how the cover page turned out!

For my mood tracker, I did a bunch of little watermelons, and for the habit tracker I just did a SUPER simple one. I’ll probably go over it, and spice it up later… It’s kind of boring right now! XD

A Line a Day (where I write a bit about my day, each day) and a sleep tracker. This is my first time doing a sleep tracker, so we’ll see how that goes!! And again, these pages are slightly boring, but oh well… At least it’s functional! Lol. πŸ˜„

And as always, my absolute favorite spread…..!!!! The books I’m reading, my blog and youtube post tracker, and my Bible reading tracker!! Love it. Lol! πŸ˜‚ 😁

And lastly, my weekly spreads. It’s super pretty, but it doesn’t need to be, so. Haha! 😁

Please ignore that weird little watermelon thing in the corner. Ahhh, that did not work!! 🀣

And that’s that! Thank you all so much for reading this post. ❀ I enjoyed doing this set up, and I’m super excited to use it. I love new months!!! πŸ˜€

Love,

Rosy 🌻 πŸ‰ ❀️

How was your month? Do you have any plans for July? What’s your favorite part of summer?

P.S. Here’s a fun little thing for you guys! How many points did you get?!! I think I have 12. πŸ˜„ 😁

Anne of Green Gables Quiz

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Anne of Green Gables Quiz

Hey everyone!!!

It’s time for another quiz! I thought for quite a while on what topic I should do this quiz on… I finally decided that an Anne of Green Gables quiz would be a lot of fun! Anne of Green Gables, while not my absolute favorite book in the world, is still an awesome book, and I do love it. Besides, it’s a story about a fellow red head. One of my own kind. How can I not like it?? LOL! πŸ˜‚ 😁

All the questions in the quiz were taken from the book, and some of the answers may be found in the movie as well.

(For the record, the only movie I’ve seen, and the only one I WANT to see is the 1985 version with Megan Follows as Anne. The other versions…?? Ew nooo. No offense to anyone who likes the other versions… LOL!) But yeah, I love the movie just about as much as the book, which is rare, and a big compliment to the movie, haha! It was very well made, and very similar to the book. It’s just super good. πŸ˜‰

Anyway, without farther ado, here is the quiz! I hope y’all enjoy, and have fun with it. I’m excited to see your answers!!

Have a great day!! πŸ˜€

Love,

Rosy πŸ’– 🌻