Favourite animals

Hi everyone, it took me quite a long time to figure out what to write about today but in the end I did decide. I am going to be writing about animals, dogs in particular. What is your favourite animal? Mine would be a dolphin, but my favourite pet would be a puppy. Todays blog links to me really nicely because next weekend I am getting a beagle puppy!!!! My mum, my sister, and me have wanted a dog for ages (my dad agrees but he is not so keen) and we are finally getting one. I am really excited and I have read a whole book about beagles in advance. They are very lively and mischievous dogs which is very surprising as they have such cute faces! I do know that getting a dog is a huge responsibility and the first year is the most important. You have to be very strict with them (which might seem an impossible task to some people because of their cuteness!) or otherwise they won’t learn properly. I like puppies when they are sleepy and relaxed and you can stroke them on your lap, while my little sister prefers them when they are active and fun and playful. Either way, they are cute, adorable creatures that can cause a lot of mischief. That will be the end of todays blog and I just realised that I wrote in exactly one week. Until next time, Luna.


My Earliest Memory

Hello everyone, I am sorry that I may have slightly gone over a week without writing. It was only a little bit over and I have been very busy so I don’t think it matters too much. I told you in my last blog that I was moving and I would just like to tell you that I have moved. Today I am going to write about my earliest memory so lets get started.

My earliest memory dates back to when I was four/five years old. I know for certain that that was my age because I was wearing a shirt that had the number four on it which I only wore when I was four and I think for a tiny bit (and I mean a tiny bit) when I was five as well. I think that that was about the time when I started to think properly (if you get what I mean). I remember staring into my wardrobe mirror and thinking what am I? This sounds a bit strange so don’t worry if you don’t exactly understand what I am saying but I kept on thinking what is this thing inside this big body (not that I was very big at the time!)? I must admit that I had quite strange thoughts as a young child. That will be the end of todays blog and I will write another one next week if not before.

Bye now, Luna.


Hi guys, I am surprising myself (as well as you) by writing another blog! This will probably count for next weeks blog because I am going to be very busy as I am moving! For safety reasons I can’t say where from and to, but I just wanted to let you know. I did try to make a blog about moving but I couldn’t think of what to say and it turned out really bad so I deleted it. Now that I’ve told you that bit of news let’s get onto the topic!

I have always cared for children around the world in difficult situations but last night I saw a truly heart-changing video on BBC iPlayer about being homeless. It was very inspirational and it showed you what it was really like to be homeless. It was about the lives of three different children who were homeless and what it was like to live in those conditions. If you have BBC iPlayer then I recommend you watch it as it will definitely inspire you. It was bit sad as well  to think that they had to live in those circumstances. I think this will be the end of today’s blog but if you go on UNICEF you can donate to children like them. Bye now, Luna.


Hi guys, as you can see I am keeping my promise (so far) and writing a blog but today I am doing a collab (writing a blog with somebody else) with one of my best friends, Mei. She also has a blog and I will leave the link down below. As we are having a sleepover today, we thought it would be the perfect thing to write about! Anyway let’s get on with the subject!

Sleepover traditions vary from place to place but there is one thing that doesn’t change, a midnight feast! For me, a sleepover isn’t a sleepover without them! Girls usually tend to have spa nights and facemasks and things like that but at midnight, the fun really begins! Another good idea is to watch a movie (not a horror one!!!!!) as it will tire you a bit and be fun! You could also cook something and then eat it – why not make popcorn to go with your film! Sleepovers are really fun and are a great time to bond with your friends! I think I’ll leave it there because my friend is really impatient! Bye then, see you next week!

Mei’s blog: starfiresblogs.wordpress.com


Hi guys! I just want to say that I promise I will upload a blog once a week! This about the one-hundredth time I have said it but I really will do it. Anyway, let’s get on with the blog.

I love slime but unfortunately, I can’t make it. I think it is probably the ingredients I use because I have tried to make slime about three or four times but they have all failed. I have tried to make two types of slime – fluffy and normal. My favourite type of slime is fluffy and my second favourite is glossy/clicky. I have never actually felt either of these but I have watched loads of videos about them. Comment down below what your favourite type of slime is because it would mean the world to me. Also, it would be helpful if you could add a recipe. This is the end of todays blog so until next time, Luna.


A review on Anne Frank The diary of a young girl

Hi everyone, I am sorry that I haven’t written a blog for ages but either I couldn’t be bothered or a really couldn’t find time do it. I know I have said this lots of times, but I really will try to write more often. Today, as you can see in the title, I am going to be writing about the diary of Anne Frank. It is a very sad and inspiring book and I absolutely loved it. Lately, I have been reading lots of books about the Nazi’s and all of them were very sad but very interesting. I would definitely recommend this book but not for children younger than nine as it could get a bit sad and tricky to read. If you like I am Malala then this is the book for you. It is about Anne’s thoughts and feelings while she hides in an annexe with seven other people for two years. Unfortunately, it has a sad ending as, in August 1944, somebody betrays the family (and the other people). Anne’s father, Otto Frank, was the only member of his immediate family who survived the holocaust. He found Anne’s diary and published it, wanting to share his daughter’s message with the world. Anne herself died in either late February or early March, a day after her sister, from typhus. It was especially sad because she died just a few weeks before the camp liberated and the war ended. Here is a photo of the book:


Sorry the photo is a bit blurry but that was the best I could do. I am going to stop writing now but I hoped you enjoyed my blog!
Bye, Luna.

What I got for Christmas🎁🎁🎁

Hi everyone,

As I said in my online journal blogs, I am going to do a what I got for Christmas blog! Please remember that I am not trying to boast or brag in any way and I hope that everyone got lovely presents as well. Anyway, let’s get started!

For christmas I got:

A black pleated leather skirt, a black and gold jacket and a white shirt

A smiggle backpack

Black jeans, a red, gold and dark blue shirt and a black coat

A swimming costume and hat

A pair of rainbow coloured sparkly trainers with black laces

A wash bag with a perfume and a pocket hairbrush

A pink bean bag

A kindle

A purple iPad case

A rose shower gel and body lotion

That is everything I got and I know that I got loads of things but I got some of them at  my grandmas’ house. I hope that you had a great Christmas as well and I think that I will be doing another blog soon. Bye now, Luna!