Hi, I’m Ian, this blog’s administrator. Thanks for dropping by. Hope you enjoy my blog, and subscribe if you like it. Here’s a little bit about me: I’m 13 years old. My favorite thing to do is to play Minecraft and Halo. I also love posting on my blog, listening to music, cooking, and hanging out with friends.

Here are some things I encourage:

1. If you want to contact me, post a comment. I love feedback, and comments help me interact with my blog’s readers.

2. If you like something on my blog, click the “Like” button below the post. It helps me know who’s visiting my blog, and lets me know that you care. And feel free to share my blog posts with friends with the “Share” button.

3. MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL: Spread the word! This blog grows through reader support, and I want it to be everybody’s party. Thanks! 🙂


7 responses to “About”

  1. FoXHunter776 says :

    yo ian dude i don’t see a like button oh what it doesent work

  2. Noel says :

    Hey Ian, nice blog. I played some Batman, it was fun! thanks!

  3. shae says :

    why the mairners are you seris the maireners the YANKEYS or best ******************************************************************************

  4. iano10 says :


  5. Tricia says :

    I’m sorry you decided to postpone the selling of your book.

    Looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

    Tricia Flodquist
    T&T Leader

  6. Bruce says :

    Hi Ian-

    we visited your blog today! Very nice work!

    Have a great day!

    Bruce and Lesley

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