My Trip to Tennessee

My mom and I went on an adventure to Tennessee May 2nd through the 8th. I flew on a plane to Atlanta, Georgia.  My mom drove to Chattanooga TN. We spent the night there and then drove on to Pigeon Forge TN, We met up with some friends of my mom that live in Riceville, TN.   We went to the Titanic Museum. (FYI, IT WAS AMAZING!) There was a room in the Titanic that was supposed to be the front of the boat where the iceberg hit. The room had a big ice sculpture that is a replica of the one that hit the Titanic. It was also 20 degrees in the room! There was a bucket that had water in it and I think the water was 12 degrees!  It was some fun.  On the way to Gatlinburg, we saw people stopped in the road and looking up a montain. So… We stopped. We got out of the car and walked up to the people and asked what was wrong and they said there were….. Bear cubs!! Then we saw the momma. Mom and I got out of there as fast as we could😁.  When we were in Riceville, My mom’s friend’s son and I played a Wii game (A Marvel Wii game) for 4 hours! We played till four in the morning. Then played more when we got up😁.

Then, we went to Ripley’s aquarium.  I had a great time there with my mom. When we were there I got to feed Sting Rays. And I got a painting made by a penguin!🐧  if you are wondering how I got a painting from a penguin this is how… They put paint on the penguin’s foot then put its feet on the canvas.

I learned how to groom, tack and ride a horse🐎🐎.  There is a game you play on the horse to help your balance that is called “Around the world” it is where you take your feet out of the stirrups and turn around the saddle as your sitting fast as you can.  It is fun. 🐎🐴

I had a great adventure with my mom and hope to do it again!

#travel #fun #adventure


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Food I Like

We all have our favorite foods,  like ice cream, how can someone live without ice cream?

I don’t want to live without you
I’m not ready to live without you
So let’s dance a little, laugh a little, and hope a little more
‘Cause I don’t want to live without you, without you.

Exactly “I don’t want to live without you, ice cream”

Here are my top 10 favorite foods:

#1: Ice Cream, Duh

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#2: Pizza

dinner fast food lunch meal

#3: Salad ( if it has all of the right ingredients)

close up of salad in plate

#4: Hambugers

cheese burger

#5: Tacos

three tacos on black and white ceramic bowl

#6: Sandwitchs

bread bun cutlery delicious

#7: Apples

apple fruit healthy food

#8: Peanut Butter!!!

bread creamy food fruits

#9: Cake

cake wedding love


#10: pie

berry blueberries blueberry cake

And they are not in a particular order. 🙂

What kind of foods do you like?  Tell me what are some of your favorite foods in the comments below.


And a lot more foods! ❤



Plesse go visit her site! ❤

This is Jfaith! I was just visiting one of my sisters’ blogs  and she asked me to post her blog site on my site so y’all  can check out her site. Her name is Kyra Jackson, and she is my oldest sister. She is a better writer than I am. I am more funny and laid back, she is more serious and funny and she uses more grammar than me. She has many posts, most of them about different things in life. Here is her site:

I love her so much! ❤


Cats come in so many different shapes.

I will show you some of them.

Comment or like 👍 if you like it!


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adult and cub tiger on snowfield near bare trees
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Giraffes are my favorite animals.

See how cute they are?  Did you know that a giraffes hoof is as big a a big platter?

And a giraffes average height is around 5 m (16-18 ft.), the giraffe is the tallest land animal in the world.

Characterized by its long legs, long neck, and distinctive spotted pattern, many people first believed the giraffe was a cross between a leopard and a camel, which is reflected in its scientific name, Giraffa camelopardalis.


When giraffes walk, they move both legs on one side of their body and then both legs on the other side; this is unique to giraffes. However, they run in a similar style to other mammals, swinging their rear legs and front legs in unison. They can reach 55 km/h (35 mph) at full speed but only in brief spurts.


Giraffes sleep less than two hours a day. In general, they sleep with their feet tucked under them and their head resting on their hindquarters, but they can also sleep for short periods of time standing up.


Female giraffes can become pregnant at 5 years old. They carry a baby for 15 months and give birth while standing up. Newborns are about 2 m (6 ft.) tall and weigh 70 kg (150 lb.).

They live up to 25 years in the wild.


Giraffes are classified by IUCN’s Red List as vulnerable of extinction. After researchers surveyed the population in trucks, by foot, by aircraft, and by remote cameras, they confirmed the number of giraffes has plummeted 40% since 1985. With some subspecies, such as the reticulated giraffe, the situation is even more dire, with their population declining by nearly 80%.

Giraffes face several threats, including loss of habitat due to logging for firewood. They are also hunted for their meat, hides, and tails, which are valued by many African tribes.


To help preserve giraffe populations, boycott products made with giraffe body parts and encourage others to do the same.

I am a giraffe person! 🙂