Animated · Childhood · Nickelodeon · rugrats · TV

My Favorite Childhood TV Show: Rugrats 

I love watching Rugrats on TV as a child. It’s amazing about the world in each of the toddler’s point of perspective and their adventures. The show was on for thirteen years, started in 1991 and ended in 2004 with two sequels, three feature films, a series of books, games, toys, and tons of other… Continue reading My Favorite Childhood TV Show: Rugrats 

Books · Character · Fictional · Letter · Life · Thoughts · TV · Writing

Letter to a Fictional Character: Recovery Road

[This is a letter that I penned for a fictional character. I composed it in my journal way back. This quality is a main character from a TV show “Recovery Road”. It’s based off a book.] Dear Maddie,          You’re in the middle of your recuperation. You’re doing great. You receive some… Continue reading Letter to a Fictional Character: Recovery Road

Ancestor · Archery · Character · Fighter · History · Huntress · Story · TV · Warrior

Ancestor of a Huntress 

[I wrote about a character from a TV appearance. I didn’t even mention names. I can only write what’s on my mind. I’ll try to do some more later on.] In the past centuries she was the first huntress of the family after marriage and accepting her husband’s last name. Later on, her ancestors will… Continue reading Ancestor of a Huntress 

Animated · Cartoons · Childhood · Life · Moments · Nickelodeon · TV

Review of my Favorite Childhood TV Show: As Told by Ginger

I loved to watched “As Told by Ginger” when I was young. The show reflects on actual life. The characters had to change clothes. It’s like no other animated show, particularly when most of them have to stay in one outfit. The show is generally about a teen character named Ginger Foutley in her point… Continue reading Review of my Favorite Childhood TV Show: As Told by Ginger

Autism · Character · Disability · Movie · TV

Characters With Autism

I put down ten characters from films and tv shows living with autism. These characters lived a normal life like everybody else. They each unique about themselves. They challenged their lives in a more beneficial way. These are the qualities that I’d picked: 1. Molly McKay “Molly”    Molly is a 28-year-old adult female living… Continue reading Characters With Autism