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Optimus Prime

Hello ladies and gentlemen here’s another blog form Aprilslife. So today Mason had brought one of his models to schools and to show everyone at Wesley what he had done over the summer. He originally wanted to bring his wolf Link model but he couldn’t he ended up bring Optimus Prime.school 058 It was bigger than I thought it would be. Mason had made it out of over 700 + individual cut and folded pieces of paper. He did cut it down to side from the original size. school 056 When he brought it in everyone wanted to look at it and take pictures of it.

school 054The parts were once moveable but in the end they were permanently put in that pose.school 055 The head is made of 90 pieces of paper. (don’t look it does it?)  So what do ya’ll think of Masons Optimus Prime? Please comment and tell me what you think. 🙂

FanHaven135

Hey people visit my really good friend Mason’s blog at http://www.fanhaven135.wordpress.com If your really into fan fiction his blog is for you. So visit http://www.fanhaven.wordpress.com for fan fiction and pictures of his pepakura models. So visit Mason site and enjoy.

it’s been to long

Hey people! It’s been too long since I’ve actually done a blog so I thought I would feel ya’ll in to what’s going on in Aprilslife. College has started. It’s been pretty busy with helping Steven apply for college and the actives we’re involved in. This year I’m involved in SGA (student government). That has been fun! 🙂 I’ve never been involved in SGA before so this is all new to me, but so far it has been great. I’ve gotten involved with Wesley this year. I involved in Wesley last year but not as well as I should have been. Sadly, I can’t attended BSU (Baptist Student Union) due to classes. We, also, taken year book photos a few weeks back. Between classes, Wesley, and SGA things have been pretty crazy. But, it’s all good though. lol

Last night a friend posted these questions on my wall and I thought I’ll share these with you. Think about them before you answer them.

Some Question to thing about:
1. The sincere Catholic who sorrowfully tries to pay for his sins by whipping himself while crawling for twenty miles, then having himself crucified at the end – does his sincerity save him?
 2. The sincere Buddhist who chants sutra verses of repentance or ksamayati because of what he has done in three karmas (body, speech and mind) – does his sincerity save him?
 3. T…he sincere Baptist who is really sorry for his sins, weeps laboriously, runs to the altar, falls prostrate and begs for God’s forgiveness (but not trusting in Christ) – does his sincere begging save him?
4. Before you were saved, was there at least one time you felt sad or sorry for your sins? How about Twice or ten times? did you get saved during those times?
 5. Before you were saved, was there at least one time you felt angry about your sins? how about twice or ten times? did you get saved during those times?
6. According to Romans 2:4, it it the goodness of God that leadeth thee to repentance?
7. Does the wickedness of his sin lead the lost man to repentance?
8. Is feeling sad, sorry or angry about sin a requirement for salvation or is it a product or fruit of salvation?
 9. Is Jesus Christ’s finished and perfect work for salvation sufficient for you? 10. Multiple choice: I believe that Jesus Christ’s finished and perfect work for salvation plus _________________ is sufficient for me.
 a. church membership,
 b. water baptism,
 c. good works,
d. feeling sorry for my sins,
e. being angry of sin,
 f. praying
g. nothing else.

So it’s kindof late post

Well, Friday was graduation.  It started off like any other day. I did what I normally did just stayed around the house and went to town to do a couple of things. Then around six the evening I left for the high school. Graduation went faster than I expect. I thought it was going to take a while, but it didn’t. After graduation me, Alexis, Allison, Steven, and Daniel left for the Waffle House. We had an awesome time. But it was a bittersweet moment for me. Because I know that next year I wont be coming back to Grenada High School and see all my friends who didn’t graduate this year. I know I should be happy and I am but it’s kind of sad. But,  there are things I’m looking forward to. I’ll be starting college in the fall and I’m going on mission fuge again this year.(which I’ll blog about) So yea be expecting that and please like my post and leave a comment below. Later!

The Duggars plan to name their child

Duggars.jpghttp://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2011/12/the-duggars-plan-to-name-their-child.html

On Thursday, December 7th, Michelle Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting” received the devastating news that their 20th child no longer had a heartbeat, during a routine checkup. In addition to this sad news was the medical complication that meant Michelle would have to miscarry naturally, because the drugs to constrict the uterus wouldn’t work with the scar from her emergency Cesarean.
Whatever you think of the family’s decision to breed an entire city, this is one of the most heart wrenching experiences anyone can go through. Michelle is currently resting at home. She told People “I am resting and I have felt good physically, which is strange.”
The couple suffered a previous miscarriage after the birth of their second child. Michelle was taking oral contraceptives at the time and says it’s part of the decision to stop using them. “We named that baby Caleb even though we didn’t know if it was a boy or  girl because that miscarriage was early,” she says.  “We will name this  child and will know that we will see those children again someday in  heaven.”
Michelle said that her family is taking care of her, including her daughter Jill who is studying to be a midwife. “The kids are mothering me now,” she says. “Jill just brought me some food and they are taking good care of me.” Best wishes Michelle.

Palestine wins UNESCO seat

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/envoy/palestine-wins-unesco-seat-143002573.html

 

Palestine won full admission into UNESCO, the United Nations science, education and cultural heritage organization, in a closely watched vote in Paris Monday. Global diplomacy hands view the 107-14 vote as a benchmark carrying larger implications for the Palestinians’ bid for state recognition before the UN Security Council. Both the United States and Israel have strongly opposed both initiatives.

 

The United States, Israel, Canada, Germany, Sweden and Australia were among the 14 nations voting against the Palestinians’ UNESCO bid, while 107 countries–including France, Spain, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, India, Russia, China, South Africa and Indonesia–voted in favor. Fourteen nations–including the United Kingdom and Italy–abstained.

Washington, which called the UNESCO vote “premature” Monday, has threatened to cut off funding to UNESCO if Palestine is granted membership. The United States currently accounts for about one-fifth of the organization’s budget.

Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs also rejected the UNESCO vote, and warned it would set back peace process.

“This is a unilateral Palestinian maneuver which will bring no change on the ground but further removes the possibility for a peace agreement,” the Israeli ministry said in a statement.  “This decision will not turn the Palestinian Authority into an actual state yet places unnecessary burdens on the route to renewing negotiations.”

Palestine’s successful UNESCO bid comes as Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair is due to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House Monday.

Blair has been trying to advance the Quartet’s efforts to get the Israelis and Palestinians back to the negotiating table, asking each side to lay out their specific terms for resolving the issues of borders and security for a two-state solution. Meanwhile, Israeli officials have been depicting Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas as an unworthy peace partner.

Abbas, in turn, has recently reiterated his periodic threat to dissolve the Palestinian Authority–a move that if carried out would presumably give Israel the burden of administering, funding, and coordinating security for the West Bank’s Palestinian population.

There Will be a Day

Here’s another poem hope ya’ll guys like it.

There will be a day were we get to meet you face to face

There will be a day were every head will bow and every knee will bend

There will be a day when every  tongue will confess that you are Lord

There will be a day when all the angels will sing “hallelujah”

There will be a day where we’ll rejoice at your name

There will be a day

Ok, I’m sure if I should end it there or not but here you go. Hope you  guys like it. 🙂

 

SENIORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hello everyone. What’s up? Things here are going get. This week we had the senior auction. Most of the money that was earn went to Mrs. Hardman’s family. Then on Friday there was a pep rally. It was a little bitter-sweet because that was the last pep rally I will be attending in high school. 😦 Yesterday, I had to take the ACT. So anyways, this week we have the senior slide show. We were supposed to have it Friday but it was moved to this coming up Friday because it wasn’t  finished. I’m so going to miss high school after I graduate.(well some stuff I’ll miss anyway) I’m still looking for ideas for blogs so when I come up with some I’ll be sure to post them and let me know what ya’ll think. Later!

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