ABOUT

  Hello and welcome to my blog! My name is Laura, and I am an 18 year old daughter of the King. I started blogging when I was thirteen. You can see my first blog HERE. When I was sixteen,  I started blogging here. Hope you enjoy!

Some things about me:

  *I love to listen to music, especially the Wissmann Family Singers.
  *I play violin.
  *I have eight siblings
  *I like to make up recipes
  *I really want to be an author
  *I love writing and receiving letters!
  *I love monarch butterflies
  *A few of my favorite books are  Kisses from Katie, Little Women, and Just Plain Becky.

  In case you were wondering, the "flowers" in my basket are the things I love and post about. :D

  There's a bit about me, now it's your turn! Comment below and tell me how you found this blog and write a little about yourself!





Disclosure: please note that I do use affiliate links on this site.


47 comments:

  1. Hey! Stopping in to say hi after you left a sweet comment on my blog. Your blog is pretty! I love the pink. :)
    Blessings, Bonnie

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  2. You are so pretty!! I love your blog!!!

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  3. Hi! I found your blog from a comment you left on Elizabeth's and I'm definitely going to sub to you! xx

    Hailey
    www.haileyhudson.wordpress.com

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  4. Hey, Laura! Thank you so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog!

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  5. Hey!! I found your blog through Aries blog. You have a lovely blog and I'm your newest follower!!!
    What books are you using for violin? I do Suzuki and am in the 2nd book! I've actually played for 7 years, but just started taking lessons one year ago. :) So i feel like i've only progressed this year.
    I hope you'll look at my blog!!

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    1. Thank you! My violin book is called "Mel Bay's First Lessons Violin" by Craig Duncan. I just started getting lessons in March or April, so I'm still pretty new to it. I'm going to your blog now!

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  6. Hi Laura!

    You commented on my blog, so I clicked the link to come visit yours! I really am enjoying looking around, so far. I have five sisters, too! But only one brother. ;) And it's always fun to meet another homeschooling family! :)

    Keep up the good work!

    Kimberly @ http://peculiaronpurpose.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Kimberly! Our families are quite similar then! Thank you for stopping by, and for your nice comment. :)

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  7. Hi, I am Paige and found your blog through the Bontragers blog. I have noticed your comments and just clicked on your link. I am a young Christian women and come from a big family as well, plus I LOVE writing!

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    1. Hi Paige! Thanks for your comment, and for stopping by. :) Hope you enjoy!

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  8. He I saw your blog sight from a friend B.M's blog I really like how you set it up!!!

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  9. Cool I have 5 brothers and 1 sister! :b

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  10. Greetings from Alaska! I have 5 sisters and 2 brothers too!

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  11. Hi Laura! I'm seventeen, and there's five girls and two boys in my family, too! I live on Prince Edward Island, Canada. I really like your winter look on the blog! :-)

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  12. Hi! I'm new on your blog! I'm home schooled too (I really LOVE it) and I have 3 brothers. :) I forgot how I found your blog... LOL But all that matters is that I found it, right? If you want maybe you would like to look at my blog. Have a Happy New Year!
    Lily @ lilymaesday.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Lily, thanks for stopping by, and commenting! Happy New Year to you too!!!

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  13. Hey, I came across your blog because you commented on mine. ;) You and I have a lot in common! I'm a Christian 17-year-old girl(we were born 3 days apart according to your comment), I'm also home schooled, my favorite color is blue, we both have large families (although I have 7 brothers and 2 sisters), I play violin, and I enjoy making recipes (I actually work in a high school cafeteria. It's actually pretty fun!). You have a pretty neat blog!

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  14. Howdy Laura! I found you from your comment on Alice @ mygoldenjourneyblog.blogspot.com! We both play violin (but i like the diddle style better.) And I like you already. :D
    You know on your latest post about CATAN? I love that game and we have been playing it quite a bit too!

    Lexah @littlerancher.blogspot.com

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    1. Fun! I haven't learned fiddle style yet, but I hope to be able to play it someday!

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  15. Yo! I've been neglecting your blog, sorry!! But it looks great. <3

    How are you? ^_^

    -Gray Marie | graymariewrites.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Gray! Thanks! I'm doing okay. How about you? Did you have a nice Valentine's Day?

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    2. I'm doing better! And yes, my valentines day was wonderful, thanks for asking. :)

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  16. Good morning, dear Laura! My, what a lovely blog you have! I will have to look around some more after I leave this comment.

    I wanted to thank you for the sweet comment you left on my blog this morning. Thank you for stopping by. As for the Tea Cup and Mug Exchange, I pair the participants up randomly. I have three age groups: 12 and under, 13-19, 20 and older. I tend to pair the teens together so that friendships/penpals might be formed. It would be a delight to have you join the fun.

    Hugs and blessings! Stephanie-The Enchanting Rose

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    1. Hi! Thank you! I just signed up! (I'm so excited!!!) I'm adding the button to my newest post!

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  17. I found your blog because I signed up for a Tea Cup exchange, and you were the person I was to send too! I hope you liked all the items I sent you!

    Have a lovely day!

    Maggie Farnum

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    1. Hi Maggie! I really did love the package you sent me!!! Thanks for stopping by!!!
      Laura

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  18. Hi, Laura, I'm Jaidyn Elise.
    It looks like we have a few things in common, yay!! I enjoy baking/making recipes, I love listening to music, (I play saxophone, not violin, tho- my sister plays violin) and I have 7 siblings, and writing and receiving letters is pretty epic. ;)
    I hope to get to know you better! =D
    Jaidyn Elise<3

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  19. Hi Jaidyn! We do have a lot in common! I'd love to get to know you better!

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  20. Hi, Laura. I'm hopping over from a comment you made on the About page for a good while back. You said that you were an ENFP, and I'm always interested to see how much I have in common with other ENFPs. I also write and play music, but most of my writing is nonfiction right now as I transition from being primarily a creative writer to being primarily a literary scholar (I'm currently finishing up grad school applications for programs in English and Comparative Literature). Unfortunately, I haven't been picking up my instruments as much as I would like during 2018, but I'll hopefully get back into playing more soon. I play the mandolin, guitar, and ukulele.

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  21. Well, Hello! I've noted you off and on but never gotten round to following your blog and introducing myself. My name is, as my username . says, Evan White. I think it is cool you like making up recipies! Right now, I am actually beginning to learn how to cook, so I reckon you are a bit better of a cook than me. I am more into making punches and drinks etc. ( When i say drinks, I do NOT mean alcohol, just clarifying.) Having 8 siblings sounds rough! My only having 3 siblings is crazy enough, but if I had as many as you, I would be VERY overwhelmed. So that is impressive.

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  22. A bit more about me, as I try to introduce. I'm a runner who has mental illness so a bit different. I am 21, and working on a Associates in Horticulture Technology at the local community college. I'm also a Christian, and from the Southern United states. ( ok, that's all. I've introduced myself . Took awhile.)

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