Alexander the Great – Thumbs up Thursday

Alright, today I am giving a great big, non-homophobic thumbs up to Alexander the Great. As many know, Alexander was bisexual. I am trying to make more aware of the great man’s bisexuality and let people know that it is, in fact, ok to be gay.

An awesome movie that I think does Alexander justice is Alexander Revisited. It takes the audience on a three and a half hour journey through Alexander’s life and is done with wonderful respect of him. I found this movie at my local HMV. You shouldn’t have a problem finding it. Happy watching!


Titanic – Memorial Monday

Today I would like to remember the events involving the great Titanic. It has been 100 years since the famous sinking of the Titanic. The answers to the mysteries involving it have finally been made clear here:


Families – Thumbs up Thursday

Today I would like to give a great big thumbs up to all of the awesome families out there. I am sure that many of the truly amazing people that we have around today would not be here if they did not have family to encourage them.

A family does not have to be people even related to you. A family can be people that you care about and people who care about you. Anyone you spend a lot of time with can be family, even your pets. A family is merely two or more individuals that care about eachother.

Many people take their families for granted. But when they are gone, they are missed dearly. Don’t let your time with your family slip away, it is something that should be cherished and remembered forever. If you think you don’t have a family, go out and find one. There are billions of people on this planet, I am sure that you can find one that you can relate to.

So here’s a thumbs up to the families of the world.

Teachers That Don’t Pick Favourites – Thumbs up Thursday

Today I am giving a thumbs up to all teachers that don’t pick favourites. I am sure we have all seen an educator that grades some students easier than others based on their personal opinion of the person. Every student should be treated fairly and equally in the classroom and should be judged on academic success, not personality. So here is a thumbs up to the teachers that do treat students fairly and equally.

Very Inspiring Blog Award

Thanks so much to Jay Rando at for nominating me for this award. It truly is a wonderful thing that people can inspire others to do better in the world as Jay has done for me.


According to the rules, here are seven things about myself:

1. I like to think.

2. I love sleeping, but too much sleep is bad.

3. I haven’t been posting anything great lately and for that I apologize.

4. I want to become a psychologist.

5. I am working on a family tree.

6. I try hard in school.

7. Working on something for a long while and then seeing it finished makes me happy.


My seven nominees (sorry to those who didn’t get nominated, but remember that these are inspirational!):









Rules for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”:

1.Thank the person who nominated you.

2. Share 7 things about yourself.

3. Pass the award to 7 nominees.

Shakespeare? – Memorial Monday

Today I am remembering William Shakespeare. Real or not, this character contributed much to the language of today and to the culture of the time. It is rare that you will find a person with a highschool education who does not know who Shakespeare is. He was the man who made a lot of stories famous and many people aware of what great acting truly was. It is quite possible that Shakespeare was really just a name used by many, a few, or one. But nobody knows for certain, so I am remembering whoever was called William Shakespeare and thanking them/him/her for such an amazing contribution to the world.