Your Questions & My Answers!

Hi! Last week I did a post about a Q & A. So here are your questions and my answers!

Gracie M. asked me: What is your favorite thing to do in your free time? – It depends on my mood. haha. I’ll either clean, read, work on blog or scroll on Pinterest!

Liz F. asked me: What is your favorite Jellybean flavor? – Cherry!

Ariana E. asked me: What is your favorite sport and why? – Hands down to baseball. I just enjoy watching it and cheering on my team. Most people think it’s a boring sport buuuut……. I don’t! lol

Gracie M. asked me: What are your plans for this summer? – My brothers’ wedding, family camp, eating ice cream, swimming, tanning and working!

Liz F. asked me: What color would your dream room be? – Baby blue or Mint green!

Gracie M. asked me: What is your favorite color? – Lilac purple, baby blue and baby pink!

Ariana E. asked me: Do you like rain? – Not really. It just makes the day dreary. ­čśľ

Gracie M. asked me: What was the last book you read? And did you like it? – The last book I read was The King’s War by: Katherine Wilson. Yes, I did like it. It was a great book!

Liz F. asked me: What is one silly thing you were scared of when you were little? – Honestly I wasn’t scared of really anything.

Ariana E. asked me: What is your opinion on clowns? – I don’t really know. haha ­čśé

Liz F. asked me: How long have you been blogging? – I think it’s been 3 years!


If you didn’t get to ask me any questions and you wanted to, feel free to ask me in the comments! Thanks so much for reading!

~Cassia Elisabeth~



My Sister In France!


France?!?!? Yes, France! Though, she is not French. She was born and raised here. My oldest sister Danielle is 26 and is currently living in France..

Why you ask? Well, this story goes WAY back to January of 2011. Some friends of ours asked Danielle to move to Uganda with them. She was a nanny for their 3 kids. (the mom was actually pregnant with the third kid when they went, but she had the baby while Danielle was there.) She was there for a few months but then came back.┬áThen last year she was talking to them and they said that they were moving to France to go to French school (the place where they’re going they need to talk French). And Danielle said jokingly “aww, wish I could go with you”. Soooooooo, a few days or so later they called her and asked her to come be the nanny for their 5 kids. She was so surprised. They wanted her to come for the whole year, but she couldn’t because she has a photography business. So she talked to a friend who she had just seen and had talked about both wanting to go to France some day. Well they both prayed about it and now they are both living in France! Danielle is coming back in 12 days and I’m SUPER EXCITED to see her! Press here to see her blog if you want to check out some cool pictures and see what she’s been doing!

Thanks for reading! Do you ever want to go to France? Where is a place where you really want to travel to?

~Cassia Elisabeth~


Q & A!


I’ve been wanting to do a Q & A for a while, but just haven’t done it yet! Now I am!

I would love to hear from all of you. Ask me anything you want and if it’s to personal, I might not answer it. haha

So I will be doing a post next week to answer all your questions! On the post I will put:

Blank asked me: Question? – My answer!

Send me a note on my contact page and I will answer your questions on my post next week, Tuesday!

Can’t wait to hear from you! ­čÖé

~Cassia Elisabeth~


Movie Of The Month: The Greatest Game Ever Played.

The Greatest Game Ever Played.

Josh Flitter and Shia LaBeouf in The Greatest Game Ever Played...such a great movie!

Genre: Sport/Drama

Rating: PG

Original release date: September, 30 2005

Running time: 120 mins

Blue-collar Francis Ouimet (Shia LaBeouf) fights class prejudice while mastering golf, a game guarded by the upper crust. Employed as a caddy at the exclusive Brookline Country Club, Francis fine-tunes his skills during off hours. His father, Arthur (Elias Koteas), disapproves, but a few admirers help Francis enter the 1913 U.S. Open. The underdog competes against British star Harry Vardon (Stephen Dillane) and finds common ground with his boyhood idol. The film is based on a true story.

Disclaimer: Mild language. Some bar scenes and a small bar fight. Have your parents read this before you watch it! here

This is a really cool story. I’ve seen this movie two times and it’s one of my new favorite movies! And if you like soundtracks, this is one you should listen too.

~Cassia Elisabeth~