Introducing Me



I'm Chloe. Welcome!
(And yes, that is a chicken on my head)

First of all, and most importantly, I am a Christian.

I am constantly reminded that I am not perfect, but I'm ok with that. I know that I am just the way God created me to be.

I am not as shy as I once was, but I'm still working on stepping out of my comfort-zone.

To counteract that, I am way too sarcastic for my own good.

I'm 18. 

I'm homeschooled, and I love it! 

I'm the second born of six kids.

As a family, we love going to the beach!

I like photography. I'm not that great yet, but hey, practice makes perfect!

I don't understand people who "don't like" reading. 

The Bible

The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J. R. R. Tolkien

Heartless by Anne Elisabeth Stengl 

The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis

Pretty much any book by Janette Oke.


I also like watching movies (who doesn't?).

The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogies

Pirates of the Caribbean 

The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe

almost anything Marvel related

The Star Wars saga

I practically live on music some days....
I sometimes listen to one song for hours....or days

The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings

Pirates of the Caribbean

Narnia

Les Misérables

On a different note, I love animals. I am often, jokingly, referred to as "The animal whisperer". I do not own a horse, but my neighbor is helping me learn to ride on one of her horses, and I work at a stable.

Our menagerie consists of several chickens, a few ducks, and two cats who hate each other.

Comments

  1. Sweet! We have a lot of things in common! You're a LOTR and Hobbit fan? *bro-fist* OH YEAH! I have no idea why they call it 'Sweet Sixteen':) I know how to write Dwarvish and some Elvish. I really...like REALLY want to learn to speak in Dwarvish and Elvish...it sounds so cool in LOTR and the Hobbit=D The fourth Pirates of the Caribbean has a mermaid in it so it's not the best...plus Will isn't in it so why would I watch it? lols=D Love God's Not Dead=D Love your blog:) I'm looking forward to more posts:)

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    1. *fist-bump back* badaladala

      Yup! What's not to like? It's some of the best literature in the history of ever (besides the Bible, of course), and the movies are second to none!

      That's funny, I actually have the dwarfish alphabet written out. I use it when I write notes to my brother, sometimes. But I don't have it completely memorized yet.

      I've heard both sides to the story. My uncle really likes it, but some of my friends really don't. Plus, mom and dad haven't seen it yet.

      Glad you like it!

      I currently have several posts written, I just have to wait for my mom to give my the go-ahead (she has to read everything before I post it).

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  2. I just had to comment and tell you…your new background!!! AAAGH!!! It's sooo gorgeous!!!

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  3. I'm glad I found your blog. It looks like we have a fair amount in common. :)
    I too can definitely listen to one song for days (maybe weeks?). ;)
    I love LOTR, National Treasure, Mom's Night Out, and Pirates of the Caribbean (I've actually only ever seen the first and most of what I love about it is the music!).

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    1. I'm glad you like it. :)

      Wow, sounds like we do have a lot in common!

      Yes, the music is some of the best I've heard! (I can't say the music for the fourth one is my favorite, but it's still pretty good.)

      ~Chloe

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  4. Mae Govannen!

    It's always great to read a fellow LOTR blogger! Have you ever read/considered reading The Silmarillion? I'm rereading it for the fourth time, hehe. I love the Sound of Music, too! You are so lucky to get to horseback ride. If I had a horse I would name it Shadowfax, just saying... :D. I look forward to reading your posts! Galu!

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    1. Gail síla erin lû e-govaned 'wîn!

      A pleasure for me as well! Yes, I have! Earlier this year I found it at the library. I'm hoping to read it more though. Oh, wow, that's a lot!

      I know! I'm so glad to have my neighbor! :)

      YES! Love that name! If I ever get any pets for my own, I will be naming them after LOTR/TH characters, or Elvish names for that matter. :D

      Ni lassui. Na lû e-govaned 'wîn.

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  5. Hey there! I saw you followed my blog so I decided to check yours out! Just became a fellow adventurer! Les Mis! LOTR! PIRATES! Frozen! This is so the blog for me! Love it by the way... ;)

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    1. Hi!
      Yeah, I saw that you had been tagged by some one else I follow, so I decided to take a look (that's pretty much how I've found most of the blogs I follow already). I have yet to read a post, but I'll be going back to the beginning and starting there. :)

      Haha, thanks! :D

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    2. You're welcome! Hope you like it! :D

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  6. You have one of the best About Me pages I've seen Chloe!

    And on another note, I tagged you for the 3 Day Quote Tag if you have any interest :)

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    1. Wow, thanks! :D

      I saw that, I was going to wait a couple days, but thanks! :)

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  7. Ahhhhh a LOTR fan!!!!!! yay!
    i want to learn some elvish I mean why hasn't someone made a course that lets you get credits?
    //hannah
    hannahrodriguezwriter.wordpress.com

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    1. Yeah, it really stinks that elvish doesn't count as a foreign language class for school. :/

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  8. Hey, Chloe! I just stumbled upon your blog and love it. I'm also the second of six kids. Fun, isn't it? :)
    I just started my own blog and have been trying to branch out and check out other blogs - definitely adding yours to my list!

    Madison
    missmaddycakes.wordpress.com

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    1. It is fun, there should be more big families. I giggle inside whenever people look surprised at how many siblings there are in my family.

      Thanks! (Oh, and sorry to get back to you so late!)

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  9. It's always slightly frightening and at the same time wonderful to find other humans in existence with whom you have much in common. Of the things we have in common: most relatable: Love of Tolkien Second most relatable (unfortunately): too sarcastic.

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    1. Agreed! It's like "oh my goodness, I can relate to this person so much!" And then it's like "oh my goodness, this person is practically the same as me, and quite frankly, that's almost disturbing."

      Sarcasm. The best way to have fun but still keep a straight face. :)

      (Sorry it took so long for me to reply to your comment!)

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  10. How did I not know you had a blog?!?! *headesk* Well, I know now. xD I can't wait to read some of your posts! And I love the picture with the chicken. :)

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  11. YOU LIKE LES MIS?!!!! *dies* Which version? Oh my goodness, that's so awesome!

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    1. Yas! I like the 2010 live version, and the original broadway recording. The movie is ok, but definitely not my most favorite.

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    2. 2010 Live is amazing. John-Owen Jones for the win. Have you heard the Complete Symphonic Recording?

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    3. I've heard a few of the songs from the complete symphonic, but not all the way through I don't think.

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    4. It's got literally the entire musical and it's amazing.

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