Daily Archives: February 1, 2013

Zutara Week 2009-Tuesday(Blood)

So it’s like one in the morning and I got back from Denver like two hours ago lol and this is my second entry for Zutara week, I ended up not using the song Suzie gave meh cuz I couldn’t get into it. I think I’ll make something else with that, it really doesn’t fit Zutara imo So yah, here’s blood. A randomish song with blood border cuz I am not creative at all when it comes to this kindof shit lol AND FOR ANYONE WHO CARES ABOUT WHAT I DID ON VACATION: I got to go to the Cheesecake Factory in the shopping centre and ohmieffinggawd it was great. Ofcourse the cheesecake was magnificent, it was so colorful and tasty 8D And so was the pizza me and my lil bro Matt shared, twas good. Another resturant we went to was Macoroni Grill. YUM. The tortillinis(I know I spelled it wrong) are uber good, I swear that was like the most delicious dinner I’ve had out in like two months haha well, besides chinese food. Yum. Other than that we ate at the continental breakfastes and we didn’t have lunches, just early dinners and a few snacks. The places we got to go to were awesomesauce, the Metanical Gardens(methinks that’s what it’s called, too tired and bored and shtuff to look it up) but the flowers were beautiful and I loved the random dinosaurs that kept popping up. Yes, I was sarcastic about the dinosaurs. Well, I am 13…… I can’t be expected to spazz out over dinosaurs like my 5 year old(ALMOST SIX *cries*) lil bro Matt. We went to the aquarium after that, it was too cool! I really

Top Denver Acupuncturist for Headaches – Dr. Mark Carney – Denver, CO 80224

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