I have been home for approximately ten and a half days, two hundred and sixty two hours, 15720 minutes, and 943, 200 seconds. And it feels a lot longer.
In my excitement to finish school ten days ago, I did not anticipate how completely different life... More →
hermionerules5, we'll give you, like, 340 peanut butter cups for cleaning our rooms... —Sparkitors
Don't hate, appreciate! Yeah, I know that's pretty corny and cliche, but this week, I have been attempting to make this my motto.
We often overlook and ignore the good things... More →
We feel your pain on embarrassing local commercials, dac213—one of us hails from the hometown of Eagleman! –Sparkitors
For a while it seemed like my city and its surrounding counties were being sadly neglected by this series. Was there nobody even remotely... More →
FairytalesCo, we couldn't agree with you more: chocolate is our king.—Sparkitors
My dear, dear Sparklers. I am immensely disappointed in you. WHY DOES NOBODY APPRECIATE CHOCOLATE?!!! That glorious, wonderful food, equally tasty whether it’s white or dark. My friends, your punishment... More →
LadyM's study abroad experience in France draws to a close—but she loved every minute!—Sparkitors
It started. The beginning of the end. And then, before I knew it, it was the end of the end. And then it was past the end, and I... More →
THIS IS SPARKY, MY FAVORITE PERSON IN THE WOOORLD. Here is a list of things my dog Sparky can do:
-Wait for me by the door while I'm at SparkNotes (pictured above).
-Hide bones in my bed while I'm at SparkNotes.
Also, he has six Nobel Prizes... More →
Chapter One: The Worst Birthday Better Title: You Can Skip This Chapter
One book down, six to go. Book 2, which in America is titled "Harry Potter and the Room of Things," is yet another Scooby-Doo mystery. I'll try to go through this one as fast... More →
Chabelinni's feeling the love. We're feeling indigestion. But this isn't about us. —Sparkitors
*apparates into the article*
HIYA Sparknation! Here is your charming hostess Chabelinni (with a double n, not a double l) about to speak about US. Yes, we, Sparklers and Manklers and... More →
I've grown up in a musical family. My parents met when they worked for the same opera company, and I've basically been singing since I came out of the womb. I've taken voice lessons for eight years, and I just absolutely love it, and... More →