Sunday, February 21, 2010

Saturday, February 20, 2010


I will tell you all when I get the comment thing worked out, never fear!

Sisters of Pemberly

I love Jane Austen's books, her books are wonderful works of literature. I can't really say what about them I like so much. The words how they flow, the story how moves you, everything is a work of art. Anyway some other girls and I have a blog dedicated to her, we are writing a story, we are going to do lots of other things to. But if anyone wants to co-author it with us please do! You would have to leave your email, I have it now so I see the comments before they are published, I think... so wait for that. lol
Here is the blog address.


My mom has decided to put us(my siblings) into an online school. Here is the website:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Little Women/Namarie to Home

Right now I am rereading this fantastic book! I can not say how much I love it.
I might have mentioned but my family is going into Missions. Its a long hard road.... to me its exciting but my world has turned upside down.
"Here I stay."
~Emily of New Moon
My heart will always remain in Oregon.
Namarie all my family back HOME

Monday, February 15, 2010


OMYGOSH! My Dad just asked me to teach him some Latin! I am supposed to teach my Father, this is scary. I love my Dad a lot but to teach him is kinda scary.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Thursday, February 11, 2010


I'm going to be sick! Drat the horrid cold! I have had a sore throat for two day and today I ache all over. That usually means in a day or two I will have a cough!
Horrid horrid cold!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Chips in my Lasagna

Okay prepare yourselves this is funny.

Yesterday Mom had Frodo and I do some Supper and Lunch stuff ahead of time, just so it would be easier. So I made the lasagna sauce, it was wonderful, it had lots of onions ad spices. Oh did I LOVE it! Then I looked in the fridge...ops no room.
"Okay," I thought, "I'll just leave it out on the counter."
Frodo and I clean up and leave.

Now it's lunch time, Frodo's making it. I come in and..."OHMYGOSH WHAT ARE YOU DOING!'' I almost yell. What I am seeing is this, my brother is putting MY sauce on his nachos! He completely forgot that HIS beans are in the fridge. And to make it worse we don't have any tomatoes of any kind in the house.

So as a result four things happened.
1. We had to take off the sauce with spatulas.

2. We had lasagna on our nachos.

3. We had chips in our lasagna.

4. And my pride was humbled.

Yes we defiantly learned some stuff that day.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Having Help

The reason I chose this title is because I am having help. By a one year old baby. Dad and Grandma are going to the store, Mom is sleeping, so that means lucky me has take care of Chiara. And she is doing all she can to help her ''Abi''!
Well at least she is cute!

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Saints and Soldiers

Talk about one good movie, this is amazing. Here is a synopsis I got from IMDB

Based on actual WWII events, the award-winning "Saints and Soldier" tells the dramatic story of a small band of Allied soldiers trapped behind enemy lines with information that could save thousands of allied lives. Outgunned and ill-equipped, they must now battle a frigid wilderness and roving German troops to smuggle the critical intelligence back to allied territory. In mid-December 1944, Hitler's Army charges through the Ardennes Forest in Belgium, initiating the offensive that will come to be known as the Battle of the Bulge. The German soldiers open fire on the unarmed prisoners, in the tragic event now known as the Malmedy Massacre. Corporal Nathan "Deacon" Greer, his friend Gordon Gunderson and a handful of others survive the massacre by playing dead and escaping into the nearby woods. The small band of soldiers come across stranded British intelligence officer Oberon Winley, who has valuable information to be delivered to Allied forces, increasing the urgency of their already desperate situation. The group forms a fragile bond as they begin to trust each other. But the constant threat of capture, as well as mounting suspicions of a German sympathizer within the group, threaten to tear them apart. Now with few weapons, no food and a strained camaraderie, this tiny band must take on the unforgiving winter and a forest filled with enemy troops to fight their way back to Allied occupied territory.

The movie made me cry! It is NOT a movie for small children, because of war violence. But 12 or up would find it worth while to watch. It is rated PG-13 but my 10 year old brother had seen it twice, he loves it as much as I do. Deacon is really inspiring, in the movie he is having a sort of "shell-shock", he has a wife and baby, and is a Christian. Hence the nickname Deacon. I really want to say more but I can't without ruining the movie. This IS a move worth watching.

Say cheese!

This is Kathrine and Chiara! Kathrine was trying to make her put on shoes, and say cheese.


Today I am on page 79 0f Emma! I have just past the part where Emma has Harriet refuse Robert Martin. It was so funny to read the argument between Emma and Mr. Knightly! Emma is so funny.

Also yesterday I finished Northanger Abbey. I think that Henry Tilenly is my favorite male Austen hero. He liked to tease Cathrine and treated her just like his sister, which what a gentleman ought to do. I confess I like him more than Mr.Darcy!

Till later,

Friday, February 5, 2010

A very long post

The first topic I am covering is...*drum roll* SNOW!
Yes here is Kansas it has been snowing since 5:00 this morning.
Here is the back yard.

Here are our only trees, my main lament for Kansas. Trees! How I burn to see real green pine trees!

And now moving on to...MY room!
This first pic is the bed my sister Amy and I share.

And this is Marianne and Ilse's bed.

This is an awesome clock and lamp in our room.

Some of the ''other'' stuff in our room.

Last of all pictures of my little sister Chiara!
She was eating.

Bad hair day!

She is so cute!
Namarie, Lizzy

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Back to school

Yes today we officially got back to school. I can't say that I'm that I'm overly excited, but it is good to get back on track. We had Math and we did a spelling test. I was allot more excited about spelling than I was about math, I dislike math with a passion. But hooray for me were back routine!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

trip pictures:part 1

Here are the pictures of us leaving. Marianne, Ilse, Amy, Lucy and I are taking a final look at our field.

Here are the three youngest ones:Kathrine,Rose Chiara.

And this is my only brother Frodo and my cousin Tyler being boys.

This is a beautiful house I saw.

Here is river, so beautiful!

Part 2 coming soon!

Love my look!

So I just changed my blog look and I LOVE it! I'll keep this for a few days and see if I'll keep it.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Jane Austen

My grandma just got me Northanger Abby and Mansfield Park! I am so excited!
*jumps up and down* I am on page 23 of Northanger Abby and loving it.
I think very single person in the world should read at least ONE Jane Austen book, she is the best authoress in the world.


Yes we are finally in Kansas! The moving is done and life will be back to normal. I am so glad, I could shout for joy. I would only my family would think I'm really wired. I'm going to post pics later, till then Namarie!