Skiing for Llamas

I know it has been a long time, but life happens. I’m sure everyone understands that to some extent. For the last day though, I have been completely addicted to the game Alto’s Adventure. The premise of it is that you are on an adventure in a snowy landscape while collecting llamas. It sounds silly, but the game is completely addicting in your attempt to get better scores and unlock new characters. Not only is the game simple to play, but animation style is simply beautiful with its simplistic style. Definitely a must get, but you might what to keep you phone on a charger while playing it.

Get the game on Android, iOS and Kindle Fire.

 

Holidays in December (2015 Calendar)

It’s officially the first of the last month of the 2015 year. I’ve already started working on my resolutions for next year. I have to plan for these types of things while ignoring the massive amounts of “Holiday” music being blasted in my ears. But December is Bingo month, so maybe I’ll find an online bingo game to play. If you want to learn more about these daily holidays, go here to Holiday Insights.


  1. Eat a Red Apple Day; World Aid Awareness Day
  2. National Fritters Day
  3. National Roof over Your Head Day
  4. Santa’s List Day; Wear Brown Shoes Day
  5. Bathtub Party Day; Repeal Day (for the 21st Amendment to the US Constitution)
  6. St. Nicholas Day; Mitten Tree Day; Put on your own Shoes Day; Hanukkah begins
  7. Internationa Civil Aviation Day; Letter Writing Day; National Cotton Candy Day; Pearl Harbor Day
  8. National Brownie Day; Take it in the Ear Day
  9. Christmas Card Day; National Pastry Day
  10. Human Rights Day
  11. National Noodle Ring Day
  12. National Ding-a-Ling Day; Poinsettia Day
  13. Ice Cream Day; International Children’s Day (always the second Sunday); Violin Day
  14. National Bouillabaisse Day; Roast Chestnuts Day; Hanukkah ends
  15. Bill of Rights Day; National Lemon Cupcake Day
  16. NationalChocolate Covered Anything Day
  17. National Maple Syrup Day
  18. Bake Cookies Day; National Rost Suckling Pig Day
  19. Look for an Evergreen Day; Oatmeal Muffin Day
  20. Go Caroling Day
  21. Forefather’s Day; Humbug Day; Look on the Bright Side Day
  22. National Dat Nut Bread Day (or September 8)
  23. Festivus; Roots Day
  24. National Chocolate Day; National Egg Nog Day
  25. Christmas Day; National Pumpkin Pie Day
  26. Kwanzaa begins
  27. Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day; National Fruitcake Day
  28. Boxing Day
  29. Card Playing Day; Pepper Pot Day
  30. National Bicarbonate of Soda Day
  31. Make Up Your Mind Day; New Year’s Eve; Unlucky Day

Holidays in June (2015 Calendar)

June is the month for those who love food. For those who love sugar, it’s Candy Month. For those like me that cannot put the cheese down, it’s Dairy Month. And for those who are trying to get healthy in the food department, it’s National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month.

Have have once again consulted Holiday Insights for this month’s daily holidays (http://holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/june.htm).

  1. Dare Day; Flip a Coin Day
  2. National Bubba Day; National Rocky Road Day
  3. Repeat Day
  4. Applesauce Cake Day; Hug Your Cat Day; Old Maid’s Day
  5. National Doughnut Day; World Environment Day
  6. National Gardening Exercise Day; National Trails Day (always the first Saturday); National Yo-Yo Day
  7. National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
  8. Best Friends Day; Name Your Poison Day
  9. Donald Duck Day
  10. Iced Tea Day
  11. National Corn on the Cob Day
  12. Red Rose Day
  13. Sewing Machine Day
  14. Flag Day
  15. Smile Power Day
  16. Fresh Veggies Day
  17. Eat Your Vegetables Day
  18. Go Fishing Day; International Panic Day; International Picnic Day; National Splurge Day; Ramadan (varies)
  19. World Sauntering Day
  20. Ice Cream Soda Day; National Hollerin’ Contest Day (always the third Saturday); World Juggler’s Day (always the Saturday closest to the 17th)
  21. Father’s Day (always the third Sunday); Go Skate Day; Finally Summer Day (always the day of the Summer Solstice)
  22. National Chocolate Eclair Day
  23. National Columnists Day; National Pink Day
  24. Swim a Lap Day
  25. Log Cabin Day; National Catfish Day
  26. Beautician’s Day; Forgiveness Day; Take Your Dog to Work Day (always the Friday after Father’s Day
  27. Sunglasses Day
  28. Insurance Awareness Day; Paul Bunyan Day; Camera Day; Hug Holiday
  29. Waffle Iron Day
  30. Meteor Day

About Me

Hey guys,

I’m the Drabble Geek, and I am a geek who is also a fangirl on the side. I’m a high school senior, and the hardest thing is all the homework and college and scholarship applications, but I am a fangirl at heart so I will find time to obsess over my fictional-character friends.

Right now, the shows I’m obsessing over are:

  • Supernatural
  • Criminal Minds
  • Constantine
  • Charmed (yes, I know its kinda old, but its on Netflix)
  • Anime and manga of all types
  • and others (the power of Netflix is endless)

I am also going to be posting some of the stories that I will right so that will be pretty great. Any story ideas that you would like me to write about, send it to me, and I will be all ears. And because I am self proclaimed geek, I will post things that interest me. No promises that it will interest you.

Oh, by the way, Happy Groundhog’s Day. This holiday in general confuses me. What happens if the groundhog says that spring has come early. Does that somehow change the weather everywhere on early. What if the sun is out in one location and not in the other. And really, where did this holiday come from to begin with?

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