NaBloPoMo: Day 22

Hello! :D


O.m.g.  Yes, you did read your calenders right.  It is the 22nd!  :D  Friday, November 22nd, 2013……   Also known as…

The Formal Release Date For Catching Fire In America  The Capitol!  :D

(Yeah, America is The Capitol.)

I cried, I laughed, I even dressed up for this premier.  This movie was hardcore amazing.

Now, having read the books, I understand where some of you may not like the movie, but as long as you remember that it’s two separate works with the same name, I think you’ll be more impressed.  However, they did manage to follow the book better than in the first movie.   :)

So yeah!  I won’t spoil it for you other than saying this is a film I’m going to watch again and again…  Until I have it memorized.  :D





NaBloPoMo: Day 15

Halfway done with the month!

Whew!  Finally done with that school project.  :)


Hey guys! :P

I wanted to share this AMAZING music site.


Why is it amazing?  Because it’s free.  With no advertisements.  The only ad-like thing is a new song that rdio is promoting.  They only play very occasionally.  And it’s a great way to discover new music!  :D

I urge all of you to check it out. lol

Stay strong!



NaBloPoMo: Day 10

We’re 10 days in.  1/3 done with NaBloPoMo!


So I’m reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley right now.  Hopefully going to finish it soon, as there are so many other books on my list.


1.  The Darkest Powers trilogy by Kelley Armstrong

2. Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy by Maggie Steifvater

3. The Declaration trilogy by Gemma Malley

4. Ruby Red trilogy by Kirsten Gier

5. Matched trilogy by Allyson Braithwaite Condie

6.  Tailchaser’s Song by Tad Williams

7. Paper Towns by John Green

8. Unwind by Neal Shusterman


… :D

Omigawd.  :O  …Catching Fire comes out in two months.  I’m so excited!  :D



~ Mousepaw ^-^


Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice on March 4th, 1678.  He began work with the Ospedale della Pietà right after his ordination in 1703; he taught violin there.  During this period he wrote many five-finger-exercise pieces.  “Spring” (the first part of Four Seasons) was a firm favorite of French King Louis XV, who would order it to be performed at the most unexpected moments.   Vivaldi received various commissions for further compositions from the court of Versailles.  Vivaldi died on July 28th, 1741 of “internal fire” (probably the asthmatic bronchitis from which he suffered all his life).  In his life, he composed many beautiful pieces such as  Opus 3 and Four Seasons.

Specific Movements start at…

  • Spring.  0:00
  • Summer. 10:31
  • Fall. 20:59
  • Winter. 32:48

Vivaldi composed Four Seasons in 1723.   He wrote it to show the seasons musically.  In Spring the flutes are similar to little birds, twittering in the trees.  Autumn starts with strings simulating falling leaves.   Around 21:45 there are yet more violins that take a beautiful turn as it sounds like the first frost settling on fallen leaves and grass.  Winter has violins, violas, and cellos that sound like snow.  Around 36:45 in Winter, there is a viola that sounds like an eagle soaring high above or a wolf howling far away.

I picked this piece because I liked the way Vivaldi put together the instruments to sound like animals and events. When I listen to it I can hear the hard work that went into it.  It feels like a walk outside.  My favorite movement is Summer because it has deep and rich notes and is not annoying as Spring is.


Marie Antoinette Movie Review

***Spoiler Alert!***


Today I saw “Marie Antoinette”.   It was a good movie, but there are a few details that the producers missed. They missed all of the preparation before the wedding. Did you know she had to wear braces?  They also messed up a little on age, but that is understandable ( There would be three or more Actors and Actresses to play each character!).  The Soundtrack. Oh, the soundtrack was WAY too modern. It actually had the song “I Want Candy”…

At one point in the movie after Marie is sad for some while, she goes money-spending. In the background, when she’s trying on shoes, you can see a pair of purple converse tennis shoes. :P

The one thing that bothered me the most was that the movie did not have a complete ending!  Yeah, I read all kinds of books about this, and it is my favorite piece of history so I already know the ending, but still!

It could use a little help,  but the story was well presented.




But, anyway, it was overall a good movie. It won an Oscar Award for good reason.

~  ◊Mousepaw◊


The Historyteachers!!

OMG.  This is so cool. :) You guys will love this!

Without further ado, The Historyteachers!!

This one is my favorite, particularly because I’m obsessed with the French Revolution. And because it’s good music.

Did you know Marie-Antoinette never said “Let them eat cake”? It was published in a writing by Jean-Jacques Rousseau when she was nine years old!

Their awesome channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/historyteachers

Like It? :D

~ Mousepaw

Awesome Song!

Good Time –  Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen

I finded a song.;)


Tell Me If You Like It!

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I Found a Title!!

Remember …Fanfic… ?  Well, if you don’t, here it is again:


I wrote a song for the Wolves of Mercy Falls series by Maggie Stiefvater(Shiver, Linger, Forever). I think it’s something Sam would sing.


How are these pale lines/ Becoming more distinct? What I do every day is just miss you./ Hey, Why don’t you come over soon?/ Na na na na naaaaa/ You say you have some work to do./ Maybe tomorrow,/ I miss you!/ Oh, what do you do each day?/ I imagine you, perfect, pristine,/ Oh, my angel, you’re my queen!/

Guitar Solo

/I love you!/ Hey, how are you? You’re up late./ You say: I’m ok./ Why did you call? Got your message, on my cell./ I say to you: You’re beautiful!/

Chorus: I miss you!/ I miss your smile./ I miss your laugh./ Where are you?/Wish I was with you.

Maybe one day/ Maybe one day/ Maybe one day I’ll be with you!/The distance between us grows smaller in my head./ All of those miles/

Come. Home. / Chorus / Oh, each night, I lie awake and think of you./ I look up at the ceiling, pretending you are here./ The room still smells like you,/ Almonds, daffodils, Shampoo, and lip gloss./ But no./ You’re at Oxford,  learning ’bout Old English transcripts./ I keep patiently waiting for you…/ Here in my room, strumming my guitar,/ Wishin’ you were here, Next to me./ Chorus / All of the time, it’s like this to me./ I. Love. You./ I. Miss. You./ I. Need. You./

Why?/ How?/ What?/ I don’t understand you./ Come Back./ Come Home./ I need you./ Chorus / Crying, silently, by myself at night./ I need you, come back to me, come back to my life./ Oh, darling, you seem as far away as the stars,/ But I’m a lonely planet, wanting your company./ My dear, be with me. I need you here right now. You’re as bright as the sun./ Gentle as the flowing stream,/ I love you, / I miss you!/ I miss your smile./ I miss your laugh./ Where are you?/ Wish I was with you.

Like it? Took me three days to put together. Is about 3 mins and 6 seconds long. Don’t really have title for it… yet. I was thinking “Our song” or ” Wish I was with you” or “I need you” or maybe “Miss you”.


Well, I found a title!!! I call it (drumroll): Heart With Loneliness.

<3 So sweet.

Please comment and tell me what you think of this!  I’ll make a video soon.