About Me

Blogging is so new to me, but I love this experience.

I can share my ideas as I wish. No restrictions, no limits, just me expressing my opinions, my passions, and my interests. We lack creativity and imagination these days. At school we are told to write about this specific topic, and to include these specific explanations and details. My blog will never be that way. My blog is a form of expression. It is a form of expression for everyone to participate and interact in. I can reach a special audience that is just as artistic and imaginative as I wish to be.

A little about me? Sure.

I’m currently 16 years old, living in New England, and enjoying the new blogger lifestyle. My passions include tennis, playing the piano and guitar, and listening to music. I love the 1975, One Direction(sorry I have to), and I’m into pop, dance music, and some country here and there. I’m currently a first singles tennis player, play piano in the orchestra, and help out with kids every week.

Girl with tennis racquet and ball clipart






Charity and community service are especially important to me. I don’t think of community service as something I have to force myself to do in order to graduate high school. Rather it gives me a feeling of involvement in my community. One’s community may seem small and barely important, but in reality it’s filled with so much to do. I recently participated in a river fest event, and while I was there, I took some time to look around. I never realized there was so much to participate in, in my little community. Charity is also something I care for deeply in my heart. I am hoping next year I will be able to travel to Africa to meet some beautiful children in hospitals, and actually feel what pain is like. Our first world problems often blind us from seeing and feeling what true suffering is.


I hope to talk to a lot of people from across the world in this blog. Communication has become so fascinating over the years. With the invention of the printing press, the telegraph, and the construction of canals, railroads, and highways, communication has grown tremendously. Let us use this amazing technology to exchange ideas. We all come from different cultures and backgrounds. Never let anyone make you or your beliefs feel inferior. You are different from the person across the room? Great, that just makes you unique, and uniqueness is so important.

Lots of love from the East-Coast <3