I probably shouldn’t inflict all my troubles on you. But I will anyway. I’m a nerdy rebel. I don’t follow rules.

My life isn’t going very well. I hate my teacher with good reason. I’m sorta kinda alone. So yeah.

Part of the reason I started this blog was to talk to people. People who will solely know me through this blog.

And that’s what I hope I’ll accomplish by putting things out there.

So, let me prepare a longer post about all this…when I can.


The 2015 Nerd

“Eat. You’ll feel better.” -J.K. Rowling


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The 2015 Nerd

“I’m always a girl” I frown.
“You know what I mean. Like a silly, annoying girl”
I twirl my hair around my finger. “Kay.”
― Veronica Roth

Softball and Baseball

Hello, patient people.

So, today’s topic: Softball and Baseball.

Girls should be allowed to play baseball. I mean, really, our ancestors did all the household chores and we’re not supposed to be able to see a smaller ball? Come on.

It’s sorta sexist if you ask me. Women can do anything that men can do. It may take some work because, well, women are(USUALLY) slimmer and naturally less muscular than men. But if we work we can do anything that men can do.

The differences between softball and baseball are as follows:

  1. Softball: The pitcher throws underhand. Baseball: The pitcher may throw overhand, underhand, or sidearm.
  2. Softball: Pitcher is closer to the plate. Baseball: Pitcher is farther away.
  3. Softball: The bases are closer together and closer to home plate. Baseball: Guess. The bases are farther apart and farther away.
  4. Softball: HUGE ball. Bigger than the baseballs by about 3 inches. It also weighs less, this by about 1.25 ounces.

I stand by my original standpoint. If the girls want to play baseball, let ’em play baseball.


The 2015 Nerd

Postscript: Hope you guys, if you’re there, don’t hate me now.

You don’t forget the face of the person who was your last hope.
― Suzanne Collins

Books I Wouldn’t Survive Without: POST ONE

Hi! I’m back!

Anyway, I saw one  view. Am guessing that’s just something WordPress does to make you feel good, because there was no location. If you are there, however, please like something or comment. Thanks.

So. Books I Wouldn’t Survive Without: POST ONE:

Harry Potter.

I know, so cliché. It’s true  though. These books tell the story of love, strife, fate, life, and so much more. Thank you, Joanne Rowling. Thank you more than words can say.

Harry Potter was what kept me going day after day after day. To come home with me nose  in The Goblet of Fire, telling my mom to back up ’cause I might cry and throw a tantrum about Cedric.

If you didn’t get all that: HARRY POTTER SAVED ME.

What Hermione Taught Me:

  •  That being a nerd is okay.
  • That reading too much can be what saves your butt
  • To do anything for others, even if you have to bend the rules a bit
  • Your priorities can change

What Ron Taught Me:

  • Just try your best, it’ll be good enough for your friends
  • Believe in yourself
  • Fearing spiders is OK

What Hagrid Taught Me:

  • Be yourself. If they don’t like it, that’s their problem.

What Hedwig Taught Me:

  • That nothing is fair.

What Fred and George Taught Me:

  • As Harry says “If you don’t take it, I’m throwing it down the drain. I don’t want it and I don’t need it. But I could do with a few laughs. We could all do with a few laughs. I’ve got a feeling we’re going to need them more than usual before long.” AKA: Laughing is needed in life.

What Draco Malfoy Taught Me:

  • It’s never too late to change.
  • No one can control you.
  • Don’t let your ancestors define you.

What Neville Longbottom Taught Me:

  • You don’t have to be the best at everything or anything(BIG lesson for me)

What Dobby Taught Me:

  • Love the freedom you’ve been given. Give freedom to others.
  • Loyalty can end you, but it’ll make your life worth living

What Harry Potter Taught Me:

  • Nothing is worth killing for.
  • Be brave even when you can’t.
  • Go with it.

What Snape Taught Me:

  • Some heroes don’t wear red suits. Some rarely wash their hair.

What Dumbledore Taught Me:

  • Knowledge comes with pain.


The 2015 Nerd

Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?  -J.K. Rowling

Hello world!

If there’s anyone there, reading this, hi!

If not, hello again Infinite Cyber Abyss. *sighs*

Okay, I’ll just pretend someone’s reading this.

When I say nerd, I mean know-it-all, nose in book nerd. Not overalls/plaid skirt nerd. I’m not that weird. But close. The Coolio quote “I used to walk to school with my nose buried in a book”? That describes me.

So, if you are reading this, thank you for getting this far.

I am not friendlesss. I just…don’t have any real close friends, except maybe one.


  • Rants
  • Talks about books that barely make sense
  • Things about my life(with code names)

…and more…


The 2015 Nerd

“Hermione, will you please —”
“Don’t you tell me what to do, Harry Potter!” she screeched. “Don’t you dare! Give it back now! And YOU!”-J.K Rowling