My Trip to Disney World!

Walt Disney World!

Two weeks ago today I was busy in Disney World! so I didn’t get the chance to do the 100 World Challenge (Week #17) for that week. But I had a great time there!

Me and my Mom, cousins, Aunt, and Uncle started driving down to Florida two Saturdays ago. We didn’t get there until Sunday, which we spent looking around our resort hotel. We stayed at the All Star Movies hotel, which was great!

On Monday we spent the day in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. I went to Disney for the first time in 2019, and knew that I didn’t like the ride Avatar; Flight of Passage. But, I liked the beautiful Na’vi River Cruse in Pandora Land. I also liked seeing all the animals on the safari. The picture to the left is of the iconic Tree of Life in Animal Kingdom!

On Tuesday we went to Disney’s Magic Kingdom! Cinderella’s Castle was decorated beautifully for Disney’s 50th Anniversary (pictured on right, at nighttime). I loved the breakfast I had there; a waffle with hazelnut spread, and strawberries, blueberries, and bananas on top! I also loved riding Big Thunder Mountain for the first time, and so did the rest of my family. We also loved riding Pirates of the Caribbean again. In the afternoon we had the classic dole whip, but mine was flavored to taste like a cream sickle! Overall I loved my day in Magic Kingdom!

Wednesday was a rest day, and me and my cousins worked on homework, as it was still a school week. We also swam at the pool at our hotel, and went to Disney Springs in the evening.

Hollywood Studios day was my favorite! That was on Thursday. I loved the new Star Wars; Galaxy’s Edge land. We rode two rides there; Smugglers Run and Rise of Resistance, both of which were a Star Wars fans’ dreams come true! I also got to try blue milk, which was surprisingly very good! We also made droids in Star Wars land! In Toy Story land, we loved Slinky Dog Dash and rode it three times! A great day in Hollywood Studios!

Our last day was at Epcot. My favorite rides there were Soar’n, and the Frozen Ever After ride. I also liked the new Ratatouille ride, though it made me a bit motion sick. I also got to ride Spaceship Earth, which is going to be refurbished soon. We had a good day at Epcot, but we were all tired.

We drove home Saturday and Sunday, and I have loved my trip! I can’t wait to go again! Have you ever been to Disney World?

My Visions for 2022

This is my vision board that I made for 2022.

If you don’t know what a vision board is, it is a used as a “vision” for something. It uses pictures and text to show your goals in life. In my case, I made my board for the new year.

In 2022, I want to use my telescope, get good grades, learn new music, talk to people more, try new things in Disney World (I am leaving this Saturday!), and start my Christmas presents early. I also included an inspirational quote, to inspire me to achieve my goals.

All About My Awesome Middle School


The school that I go to is called McDowell Middle School, in Circleville, Ohio, USA.  It is part of the Logan Elm School District.  

    Daily Schedule: Every school day, Monday through Friday, I wake up at about 5:30 am to get on a school bus at 7:18 am. The bus transports me to school, and it has done this ever since I started going there. I get to school at about 7:45 am, and classes don’t start until 7:55 am, so the students have to wait outside until the bell rings. We have 7 periods during the day, and a different teacher for each.

     My first period class is Social Studies, where we learn about history, and the world around us. Then I have Math as my second period, and English Language Arts as my third. After that, my fourth period is split up into lunch, and Academic Enrichment, or A.E., but instead of A.E., I have band. Each is 30 minutes, whereas most other periods are about 55 minutes. My fifth period is Science, and my sixth is Guided Study, where I get to work on homework. My last period is Art, and school ends at 2:32 pm.   

  School Set-up: Our school district, Logan Elm, is broken up into three elementary schools, one Intermediate School, a Middle School, and a High School. Our elementary schools are Laurelville, (where I went, and pictured on the right) Washington, and Pickaway. All of the students from each elementary school meet up at Salt Creek, our Intermediate School, which includes 5th and 6th graders. Now, I am in 7th grade, at the Middle School, which also includes 8th graders.

We are getting a new building, (pictured left) which will hopefully be finished by the time I’m in high school. It will include all the grades altogether in one building.    

  Extra-Curricular Activities:  Our school’s sports and activities include American football, volleyball, track and field, basketball, golf, cheerleading, cross-country, and baseball. You can also choose to participate in band, or color guard. In band, you learn how to play an instrument, and can be in concert band, and/or marching band. In color guard, you get to do routines with flags that go along with what the band is playing. I am in the concert band, and I play saxophone. 

Pictured here is our middle school band at the Pumpkin Show, held in Circleville yearly. We got to march in the show. 



So that is all about my school. My favorite subjects, or classes, are Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Art and band, so, mostly all of them!  


Image sources: 

Laurelville School:  

McDowell:  My friend Ady let me use this picture. Check out her blog at 

New Building:  Logan Elm Schools Website:

A Picture Inspired by my life


This picture I created was inspired by what is going on in my life. It represents a few things- the fall season where I live, the book I’m reading, “The Lord of the Rings”, and some of my favorite things.

The fall season is here in the U.S.A. where I live, and the trees with their colorful leaves in the picture represent that. I also made parts of this picture to represent the book I’m reading, “The Lord of the Rings”. In the first book, (which I have already read), the characters go through a forest called Lothlorien, or Lorien. In the book, this forest is what you would call “enchanted”, and is inhabited by elves. The forest had golden leaves, which is why I made the falling leaves in my picture golden. The ring above the trees, in the middle of the picture, represents the one powerful, problem causing ring from “The Lord of the Rings”, hence where the book gets its name. You will have to read the books to find out more about the ring and the forest! Lastly, the sun and moon in this picture represent space, one of my favorite things, and the changes happening there because of the new season, such as equinoxes, and moon phases. I added a navy blue background to make the objects pop.

I used the website Canva to create this image.