Okay, maybe it's just me, but has anyone went through these phases where all you want to do is listen to happy-go-lucky zip-a-dee-doo-dah music? You know, the annoying kind that you would usually roll your eyes at. I don't get it! Ugh. I don't know if this is even possible, but I'm starting to annoy myself. I exaggerated that just a little. It's not ALL happy-go-lucky, but older music that you haven't listened to in a while and just makes you smile... Like the song I'm listening to right now, called Meet In the Middle by Diamond Rio. And it just switched to Jake Owen's Barefoot Blue Jean Night. Happy me, listening to relaxing, sorta annoting music...

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Now, who here doesn't love Olaf from Disney's Frozen ? Those with their hands raised are liars. Olaf is adorable. And if you don't love him to snowy puddles you are crazy! LIKE or COMMENT and show Olaf some love!




Oh, and Olaf is definitely worth melting for! LOL

 
Hiya! I've recently reconsidered my retiring the Can You Relate? blog. Though, I'm not exactly sure that that's the best idea. My question to you, as my audience, would be what you'd like. Would that interest you?

<3 The Teen Blogger

 
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Well, I'm sorry I didn't blog yesterday. I just didn't 'remember', that's all. (Or, if you want to get technical, I was delaying my last Can You Relate? blog.) And this is what I did: Delay & Deny.






Only you can change whether or not this is my last blog. Thanks for your input, though. So, can you relate? You know what to do if you can. 




 
Well, I haven't had anyone like or comment on a Can You Relate? blog, yet. So, tomorrow is the one week anniversary of it. And if no one comments or likes one- just one!- of my Can You Relate? posts by tomorrow at midnight, I'm letting the blog go. It will be cancelled. Unless someone takes the first step, and will be the first to EVER like one of my blogs, I will be cancelling the Can You Relate? blog FOR GOOD.
 
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This has been happening since last night, and all through today. Come on! Can I get a little luck, for once?




Can you relate- I bet everyone can. LIKE or C


 
Okay, big news that I've got here! BIG! Wait for it.... Drum roll please.... I got Microsoft Office today!!!!!! Okay, teen author moment over now. Well, do you know what this means? It'll give me the chance to FINALLY start writing like a professional! That makes me so happy! That also means I'll be publishing and editing my first book very soon!
 
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Well, all I can say is I'm sorry. This is what seems like I've been doing lately: always letting everyone down. Disappointing people seems like my greatest talent right now, and I can't wait till I loose it. It hurts, knowing that I'm being "selfish," "lazy," and "disrespectful." It grinds at me, knowing that I'm not being a very good person, but everyone makes mistakes. I know that it just seems like I'm the only one to make this many, right now, but I know that' only my mind's illusion, making things seem worse than they really are.


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Before you go and say that this idea is preposterous,  think about it. Hear me out. There are hieroglyphics in America, in what has become known as "Burrow's Cave." Is it possible that the Egyptians came into what is now known as America? Certainly. Alexander, son of Cleopatra, went missing from history after the age of ten, after his mother and fathers' suicide. No one famous EVER goes missing from history. Elvis died, evidently, and so did Marilynn Monroe. They didn't "disappear" from history. They died. And there was news about it. If Alexander died, there would've been some form of document. No, he ran away from Egypt, with other people, to America. In the cave in Illinois, there were artifacts, showing Alexander Helios, older. How do they- I know that it was him? His name in hieroglyphs were on those artifacts.

Native American tribes over by the Grand Canyon say their ancestors came from the Grand Canyon. Now, I'm not stating that these Native American tribes has Egyptian lineage, but it IS a possibility. Why am I saying this about tribes over by the Grand Canyon? A long while ago, the Smithsonian paid a man to go on an expedition to find Egyptian artifacts in the Grand Canyon. He was said to have found mummies, and artifacts of all sorts, and around 1,500 steps carved into the side of one of the ridges. Where those steps led to was a cave, that could've housed 50,000 people. And that's not what did me in, made me believe this. What made me believe this, was the Elders of a Native American tribe, saying that there were pyramids in the Grand Canyon. Another thing, it seems to be that the government is hiding something down there. Aircraft aren't allowed to fly below the ridges, but Unmarked aircraft are. These Unmarked aircraft must be government aircraft, because, what else would they be?

I think the only real question is, why would the government be hiding the past? What's the government got to loose if the world finds out what's behind closed doors? What could be so important to keep secret? Is it to keep us from loosing our minds with fear? Did extraterrestrials have something to do with this? Is that the true secret that's being held? Or am I jumping the gun, and there's a much more simple reason?  

Give me your opinion in the COMMENTS.





 
First off, happy New Year! I realize that since I've started my Can You Relate? daily blog, I haven't been blogging about every other blog topic. Fans of my other blogs, I am sorry.  And, seeing we're at that one holiday, where we make New Year's Resolutions, I've decided to make a few.

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My First Resolution: This year, I resolve to NOT go a month without blogging once.

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My Second Resolution: This year, I will finish and publish my first book!

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My Third Resolution: This year, I will try and get more website viewers than my first year. I will try and get my website on more search engines, but I cant do the rest. Only you guys can. You can help me spread the word about my website. Thanks!