Blogging, CIB Sunday, Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS, Video Games

CIB Sunday #18 – ‘Pokemon Moon’

It isn't the most recent release from the series, but 'Pokemon Moon' is the newest game I've played to date. After all these years and multiple games, you may wonder if their quality has decreased somewhat. However, I think 'Moon' still retains the magic and fun of the original 'Pokemon' video games, while introducing fresh mechanics and putting its own unique spin on the usual journey. Somehow, each 'Pokemon' title manages to be just as engrossing and interesting as the last, even after so many different games. Today, I'm going to go over what I loved about my experience with 'Pokemon Moon.'

Blogging, Christmas, Family, Holidays, Love, Seasons, Winter

Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays to All!

Merry Christmas, and happy holidays to all!! I know this holiday season, and just this year in general, hasn't been exactly what we expected or hoped for. For many of us, it's been a year of ups and downs, of disappointment and sorrow. But, there are still so many aspects of life that make it beautiful and joyful. And I think Christmas is one of the best occasions to focus on the positive parts of life. Even in a year like 2020, it's a time to feel and embrace joy, a time to concentrate on those we love most, and to spread kindness across the world.

Blogging, CIB Sunday, Music, Video Games, Xbox

CIB Sunday #8 – ‘Eternal Sonata’

'Eternal Sonata' is a role-playing (RPG) video game developed by Tri-Crescendo and published by BANDAI NAMCO. It was made exclusively for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with many unique mechanics and systems never before used in RPG video games. The official description of this game also mentions that 'Eternal Sonata' was created to be the RPG game fans and next-gen gamers had been waiting for. So, does it live up to that promise? I would say so.

Blogging, Books, Children's Books, Poetry, Reviews

‘Ivy in Bloom’ Book Review

This children's book focuses on a young girl and her weariness over a long, dreary winter. She longs to see the bright greens and yellows of spring, dotting fields of beautiful flowers. Follow Ivy as the season changes to spring, aided by the words of the author and famous poets.