The 2014 World Cup is coming up in Brasil this summer, and I am very excited for it along with most of the world. So many great national teams have been put together, but only one can win this incredible tournament. Here are, in my opinion, the six favorites to win the World Cup this summer.
Portugal have always had a solid national team that includes many European stars, as well as the best…Continue
If you’ve read some of my blog posts, you would probably know that I love soccer, and also love soccer autobiographies. I just finished the book I am Zlatan Ibrahimovic, I have to say, it is the best book I have ever read. I normally don’t enjoy reading really long books, but even though this book was around 350 pages, I honestly wish it was 1000. It’s just that good. His life story up until this point in time is so incredible and intriguing. The way he writes, with a free…Continue
Continuing on with this incredible series, over the past month I read A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Miserable Mill by Lemony Snicket. The Baudelaire children are once again moved to a different home, and Count Olaf is once again there, disguised as a woman this time. This book is definitely up to par with or even better than the last three. Each one has a completely different situation, but all have the same theme. Olaf wants the Baudelaire children and their money. The…Continue
The other night I did something very unusual, and the next morning with the usual "oh crap, that blog thing is due today?" it spurred a good blog post topic. As you may have guessed from the title, I sleepwalked. And once again as you may have guessed from the title, it wasn’t just any sleepwalking experience; it was a quite weird one. I don’t normally sleepwalk, so this for me was very freaky.
It was 11:30, and I was finally getting to bed. I set an alarm for…Continue