I found this website called http://listia.com/
. It is a website where you bid on free things with credits that you buy or get free! If you want to join go to the "kawaii website" tab and go to where the banners are, click the banners and you can help me collect credits while you get extra credits too! yay! The only way you can do so is by putting up an auction and then we all get extra credits! I will also become your fan too! I am "kawaiigal", you can search me on the little thingy at the bottom of the page and it reads "Find a User"
P.S. if you join i will send you a little gift to you via e-mail if you join. Also you can click the banner below if you want instead of going to the "kawaii websites" tab!
Hello. I just wanted to tell you a little about me. I love kawaii things and I made this blog for a reason. I am really board right now! The only reason is that it has snowed on Kawaii Island. I am tending to get board becasue my classes were cancled today. And I have been watching kawaii news on my pink T.V. in my bedroom all day. Now I decied to go on the computer. I just wanted to tell you,my loyal followers to have a very happy and wonderful Valentines Day! I don't think I can make it to my blog on that day, because I have something special planned. But that is a secret. So, I just wanted to tell you about my biggest fan! Her name is Giselle. She always comes to my blog. She is always so happy. She lives on Kawaii Island with me and she is in my class at school. Well her shout out is "I loves pancakes!" I love pancakes too! If you want to become the fan of the week go look at the tab on your left side of the screen. Thanks & happy Valentines Day!
Ok I found this cute website! It is http://oldcomics.everydaycute.com/
Well I thought that I would share it with you! enjoy!
P.S. I had a snow day from school and I am really bored!
Lin’s grandfather Artis lifted the lid from the long, narrow box. Inside, on a cushion of velvet, lay a sword.
“This is your ancestor’s blade, Lin.” said Artis, tilting the box so the sword caught the light. The blade was three feet long and mirror bright. The light caught by its surface seemed to reflect back distorted, as if coming from farther away then it should. The hilt was worked into the flowing lines of a tree branch. “It was forged by…well, the important thing is what it was forged for. It’s a mage-killer, a weapon made to slay wielders of magic.”
“But grandpa, magic doesn’t exist, not really,” protested Lin, running her fingers delicately along the metalwork of the pommel. It was still a beautiful weapon, more art than utility.
“No, not anymore,” he answered.