Anti Valentines day playlist

When you get out of the sadness phase of heartbreak and go into the angry stage.

No scrubs By TLC

I’m out By Ciara

Undrunk By Fletcher


November music faves

As November comes to and end it time for me to put out another monthly music fave. i’m just happy its on time this month i and going to try to do my best to do better.

Mine By Bazzi


Real Friends By PRETTYMUCH

Thank u, next By Ariana Grande

Out on a limb By Teena Marie

Smooth criminal By Alien Ant Farm

Psycho By Bars and Melody

Wild thoughts By Bars and Melody

Wild thoughts By Dj Khalid, Rihanna and Bryson tyller

Maria, Maria By Santana


My Christmas playlist 2018

The Christmas season is here. time for hot coco, apple cider and family. A time full of laughter and memories that will last a life time. here is a playlist to help you get in the Christmas spirit and make new memories.

Santa Baby By Eartha Kitt

Santa baby By Ariana Grande

Santa tell me by Ariana Grande

All i want for Christmas is you By Mariah Carey

Last Christmas By Wham

Christmas (Baby Please come home) By U2

Christmas (Baby Please come home) By Little Mix

Christmas (Baby Please come home) By Olivia Holt


September Music Faves|Warriors Playlist

September was Sickle cell awareness month. I’ve been listening to a lot of inspirational songs, that also made me emo. This my September music faves that also doubles as my warriors playlist.


This is Me By Keala Settle (Greenlight Edition)

This is Me By Keala Settle

Rise up By Andra Day

You say By Lauren Daigle

Jesus  I believe By Big Daddy Weave

Awesome By Charles Jenkins

How can it be By Lauren Daigle

Holy Spirit By Francesca Battistelli

Invincible By Kelly Clarkson

I don’t know my name By Grace VanderWaal

Never Enough By Loren Allred

Sober By Demi Lovato

August music favorite playlist

You say By Lauren Daigle

How can it be By Lauren Daigle

Trust in you By Lauren Daigle

First By Lauren Daigle

O’lord By Lauren Daigle

Holy spirit By Francesca Battistelli

Thy will By Hillary Scott

Jesus I believe By Big Daddy Weave

No grey By Jonathan Mcreynolds

The hill By Travis Greene

Awesome By Charles Jenkins

You deserve it By J.J Hairston

He knows By Jeremey Camp

Same power By Jeremey Camp

Avenger infinity war (mild to moderate spoilers) review

I had the privilege of seeing infinity war on Friday, the 27th. My mom and dad took me see it. Now that i’ve had time to collect my thoughts, hear is what I thought about Avengers infinity war.

First, can we just take a moment to appreciate cap’s entrance, it was awesome. Wanda and Vision are cute, my heart literally broke how they ended. The Scotland fight scene, the whole Scotland scene was wonderfully executed in general. It showed us how close vision and Wanda have gotten in the past two years. It also showed us how protective Steve, Sam and Natasha was over Wanda. The opening New York scene was good. And Peter Parker oh Peter, that “i don’t wanna go” scene was the death of me. I’m like 99.999 percent sure that Pepper and Tony actually adopted Peter. The relationship between Peter and Tony is so sweet the father/son relationship perfect. Ned’s small part was cool. Doctor strange was also cool. I liked his interaction with Tony. Okeye’s one liners where everything and then some. The development between T’challa and M’baku in two years is wonderful. Half of me think Loki is dead and the other half doesn’t know what to think about it. I loved Thor’s dramatic entrance, and the battle ax. Teen groot was one of my favorite’s in the movie. I also liked the fact that the on thing that got teen groot from being a teen was Thor. I also find it funny how Bruce and the hulk kept arguing. In concluded my thoughts on the movie, it was wonderful. If you like action, about 1 1/2 (give or take 30 minutes) out the 2 1/2 hour long movie is action. The dialogue is pretty up, it what you would expect from a marvel movie. Although i am still upset that it ended the way it did, i will have to wait til next year for the next part to get closure. Although I am grateful that is all i have to wait and not like two to three years. And i’m also grateful for my parents taking me the movies.

January music faves

So cold by Ben Cocks

Keep breathing by Ingrid Michaelson

Bitter pill by Gavin James

All I want by Kodaline

Chasing cars by Snow Patrol

How to save a life by The Fray

The man who can’t be move by The Script

Never say never by The Fray

Over my head (cable car) by The Fray

She will be loved by Maroon 5

Breathe me by Sia

Broken by Lifehouse

The only exception by Paramore

Dancing on my own by Calum Scott

River of tears by Alessia Cara

This town by Naill Horan

Sign of the times by Harry Styles

Roses by Shawn Mendes

Imagination by Shawn Mendes

The weight by Shawn Mendes