When my daughter Emmy was 3 years old, she was referred to both speech and occupational therapies by her doctor because she was falling so behind in both areas. At her first OT assessment taken at 3 years 4 months, her crayon holding and drawing skills were tested at an 18-month-old level. Around…
"This is turning out to be a pretty good run." Those were my last words, uttered seconds before being nudged by a frog towards an aggressive tribal whose punch, in turn, sent me careening into a spiked tiki trap, extinguishing my life. And despite making my way through the mines without a scratch, and rescuing enough damsels to raise my paltry starting health count of four to a modest eight, I was back in the beginning of the game, with nothing to do but nervously laugh and try to pick up the pieces on the next run.
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You only can choose one of the Plushies from above
The Plush will be shipped directly to you, so if you dont live in the US there will be MAYBE a little tax fee. (Depends on the country. But since they are not so expensive there shouldn´t be a problem. )
My boyfriend will randomize a number and choose the winner
The winner will get a Note. Please make sure your ask is open !
If you not response in between 24 hours, we choose another winner !
I have my own show! I recommend a variety of pop-culture media in the same vein as a particular video game, and I pretend I’m a teacher! It’s like a hip gritty reboot of Reading Rainbow for the 21st century, to get the damn teens to try some new things instead of just shooting things in their Xstation 360s.
It’s easy! Titan Books is using this Tumblr as the middleman for hooking one lucky Croods fan up with a copy of the book. To enter, SIMPLY LIKE AND/OR RE-BLOG THIS POST. Do both, and that’s TWO ENTRIES! A winner will be randomly chosen Sunday night at 11:59pm. It could be you!
NOTE: Due to the large and heavy nature of this beautiful book, I can only ship to U.S. residents. Is this a subtle form of xenophobia, or a frank acknowledgement of my flailing country’s failed economy? YOU DECIDE.
Joseph, age 6. It’s not exactly waking up he does when he hears the sound - one needs to be asleep to wake up and how is any kid supposed to sleep the night before Christmas Joseph’s been wondering for hours now. No, the sound from the living room only gives him the excuse to throw his covers off…
I did this last second for a contest that is being held by the Radio Brendoman Podcast.
My name’s Quinn & I’m here to say/
Nintendo’s awesome, here’s what I play.
Donkey Kong Country always comes to mind/
It’s pretty hard but it’s never a grind.
Super Mario World has always been cool/
But DK’s the one I wrote about in school.
I showed creativity at a young age/
making up the word monkey-napped led to rage.
The teacher said I lied, sent me away/
“Monkeys can’t be kidnapped!!” is what she’d say.
Discarded, I packed my bags, toothbrush too/
with a plan that would make her eat her shoe.
I hoboed my way to the local shop/
security chased me with a knife, CHOP.
But I got away clean, stolen products in hand/
a Super Nintendo, & Donkey Kong Land.
It wasn’t long before I realized my mistake/
I was very upset, I threw the game in a lake!
It then flew out, & it turned yellow/
I made the face of an odd fellow.
The cartridge lost its sticker, gaining a bright sheen/
with a shape unlike anything else on the scene.
But I took it to school, so I could set it up/
the teacher arrived & I tied her to a cup.
I told her to play, & the game didn’t work/
for the rest of my days, in this cell I’ll lurk.
“Nintendo products are tough, survive hard falls/
drop em in the toilet, rub em on poop balls.”
This is what I read within NP/
but these were stinkin lies, how dare ye?