Another ''About Me''

Another ''About Me''.

I thought I could make an ''About Me''. Not the usual sidebar one, but one for some of my interests...and family.

Family: Both parents, two older sisters, one older brother, two younger brothers and one younger sister. Lots and lots and lots of uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces. And, of course, grandparents.

Miniseries and series: Robin Hood BBC/Downton Abbey/Sherlock/White Collar(it's very mysterious, like Sherlock. Don't like a few parts of it,'s nice)/Cranford(and Return to Cranford is amongst that one)/Emma/Little Dorrit/The Musketeers BBC/Poldark/Gilmore Girls

Books(these are only some that I haven't put on ''a few of my favorite books''):Candle in the Darkness by Lynn Austin/Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer/Courting Miss Amsel by Kim Vogel Sawyer/Head in the Clouds by Karen Witemeyer/A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer/Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin(my favourite character from this book is Sofia)/The Janette Oke ''Love Comes Softly serie''/The Railway Children by E. Nesbit/A boy called M.O.U.S.E by Penny Dolan/Lady Maybe by Julie Klassen/A Woman's Place by Lynn Austin/Full Steam Ahead by Karen Witemeyer/A Hopeful Heart by Kim Vogel Sawyer/In Every Heartbeat by Kim Vogel Sawyer/The Guardian by Beverly Lewis/Wolf Princess by Cathryn Constable/The Secret of Pembrooke Park by Julie Klassen/The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck/Little Women by Louisa May Alcott/Fire By Night by Lynn Austin/The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak/Pride&Prejudice by Jane Austen/Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

My family: I have two younger brothers, one younger sister, one older brother, and two older sisters. A father, a mother, and grandparent of course. My youngest brother just became four:-)

Things I like to do: Pinning on Pinterest/blogging/eating chocolate while I read a nice book(I'd prefer dark chocolate, but if there is a not-to-sweet milk chocolate, I would take that one as well)/Reading(as you can see;-))/Cosily curled up on the couch reading a book or watching a movie with the entire family/Walk(especially when there is beautiful nature)/Going on vacation(explanation comes later)/

 Countries I have been to(or passed through): France/Portugal/Spain/Belgium/Sweden/Denmark/Germany/Africa(when I was little)/Suriname(also when I was little). I love vacations so much! The hot sun, the beach with the biiiiiiiiiiig waves, swimming in the salty sea, lie in the sun and become tanned. One of my elder sisters doesn't like vacations. I don't get it! Who doesn't like them!? Yes, you don't have a proper shower, and yes, there is no proper toilet. But it's only for a day or two that you don't have a shower. And the toilet is not a big problem. Just look around you, and enjoy your vacation! That's all you have to do to appreciate a vacation. (Sorry for those who don't like vacation if I sound a little bit harsh) :-)

That was the end.


  1. Wow, we have three girls and three boys in our family too! :)

    Vacations are wonderful! Agreed, you don't have all the comforts of being at home, but it's worth it, I think. Which country did you like visiting the best?

  2. Oops, I didn't count right! You have one more girl in your family than we do. Sorry!

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  4. (So sorry, my computer is being ridiculous!) :(

    1. Really, that's a lot of kids! Almost as much as my family :)
      Yes, they are! Exactly. Uhm...yeah, well, it probably was Portugal, because we have been there the longest and Spain is really really hot(although you grow to get used to the warmth). France is also nice, but still Portugal. Mine does that too sometimes, or is being very slow :|

    2. :)
      Maybe someday I'll be able to travel places like that; I think it would be fun to do!
      Thanks for your patience with me and my computer!

    3. It is fun if you like traveling(which I do)!
      ;) You're welcome!

  5. Love your blog! Girl, you MUST read "My Heart Remembers" by Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's so good <3

    1. Thank you, Jasmine!
      My Heart Remembers...I'll keep that in thoughts next time I visit the library!