Since I run this blog, I guess that makes me the writefury… and this is my blog on which I plan to put:
photos, recipes, short stories, long stories, book reviews, artwork and a random assortment of other things.
I like to write (duh), climb trees, practice archery, photograph nature, draw, read and run around outside with my sibs.
But I love Yeshua my Messiah above all else.

John 3:16
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

Hope you enjoy my blog!

Psalm 148:7
Praise the Lord from the earth, ye dragons, and all deeps.










Oh, you’re still here?


Okay, fine, Buckaroo. You want more?

Some teeny facts you probably won’t find anywhere else.

I’ve been in a minor car accident.

Some of my family nicknames include Swirty (squirt+sweety) and Someone.

I like algebra.

I play flute and clarinet (and I can play Cantina Band quite decently on the latter).

I’ve been bucked off of a horse with my sister in tow.

I’ve climbed a cliff.

I’ve gotten lost in the wide, receptionless wilderness of Idaho with my brother for about ten minutes.

Goodbye now.



74 responses to “About

  1. My dear WriteFury, I’m here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative.
    ๐Ÿ˜› Well, sort of. Proverbs31teen, Irisbloom5, Sarahtps, icedmocha34, Rosalie (coruscantbookshelf) and I are all planning to create a group blog about a group of teenagers (us!) who happen to be superheroes. ^_^ We’ll be writing about the challenges of teenagers in the modern world as well as the challenges of being superheroes, developing an ongoing story project and our characters at the same time. Basically, it’s an experiment.
    I’d also like you to contribute to the Brooklyn Project– https://erinkenobi2893.wordpress.com/about-the-brooklyn-project/ –if you have the time. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • For the Teenaged Superhero one, it would be a separate blog, with several contributors. Basically, I’d be starting it, then sending everyone invitations to join as editors. ๐Ÿ˜‰
        For the Brooklyn Project, you write posts and put “The Brooklyn Project” and then what you wanted to call the post as the title, and tag it “the brooklyn project” so it will be easier to find through the search engine. Also, put up a page on your blog, linking to your category/tag for the Project, and telling about the purpose of the Project; keep it updated, with the names and links to the blogs of the contributors. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Hey. Just wanted to give you a heads-up that I’ll be sending you an email (using the one attached to your WordPress account) about the Teenaged Superhero Society blog shortly. If you have any problems with that, please tell me so ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Okay, so this is totally random- but random is good, right? I’ve been wondering for some time about how you handle your influx of comments. How do you read/respond to so many comments on a weekly basis, and how do you choose which ones need a response? Until now I’ve tried to answer every comment on my blog, but it’s getting harder and harder to find the time to do that, especially in the throes of this college semester. Any insights you have will be appreciated. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • It’s been becoming an increasing issue for me as well, actually. (Especially with the advent of Blank Mastermind… XD)
      Generally I make a rule of answering those who commented earlier before the ones who commented later. And I clean up all the unreplied to comments before I post something else new.
      As far as not responding to comments… there are always sort of the one-sided, statement of opinion comments that I don’t really… have much response to? And the ones with actual questions that open up into discussion (i.e. this comment) get higher priority.

      • Okay, thanks. I was thinking along those lines- focusing on the more open-ended comments and then answering the others as I can. Good point about the one-sided thoughts; it’s true that I don’t always have something to say in reply anyway. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. I don’t know how often you get on Kingdom Pen, so I thought I’d let you know here. Apropos of Hope’s latest article on cliches, some of us have started a petition of sorts to get you to write your next serial story on this prompt:
    ‘A hero and villain who collect stuffed animals and feud over who will control the city as well as obtain the most collectorโ€™s items.โ€™
    You can blame Kate Flournoy if you want to pin the responsibility on any one person.

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