Happy Pi Day, everyone!
Hopefully you will all get the opportunity to eat as much pie as you possibly can. Whether that would be apple pie, cherry pie, French silk pie, coconut cream pie, lemon meringue....okay. I think you get the idea by now. Just eat a slice of pie.
My family is going to attempt to make a deep dish pizza pie, and it should be good.
Also, I believe that the god-awful weather is behind us, so we don't have to worry about any more snow. Or....it might come again. Don't hope for the latter.
This weekend, I am going to talk to you about David Ingram, the third oldest boy of the Ingram's. So, here we go.
Full name: David Baker Ingram
* Date of birth: September 30, 1991
* Relationship status (As of 2014): In a relationship with Olivia Flavenshevich
* Residence (As of 2014): Crown Point, Indiana
* Year of high school graduation (If applicable): 2010
* College degree received (If applicable): Marketing and Finance
* Likes: Tennis, running, soccer, listening to music, Olivia, family, friends, Felicia and Honeybunny (their cats), Chicago, playing the guitar, watching basketball games, roller-blading, Chinese food, video games, watching comedy movies, math, drawing
* Dislikes: Know-it-all's, bananas, writing
* Favorite music genre: Rock
* Most favorite event(s) in life: In high school, David had to take a very hard chemistry test, and he was the only person who got a perfect score on it. Any day when there is Chinese food.
* Strangest event in life: In college, David and his now girlfriend, Olivia, ran into each other in the library and hit things off right with a fifteen-minute long conversation. That day, David found out that Olivia is also from Crown Point; however, they didn't know each other in high school. They stayed friends for a while, and then they grew interested in each other.
Here is David Ingram!
On an unrelated note, I will be unable to blog next weekend and the weekend following because I will be away in Ireland, and I will be having the time of my life. I am very excited and nervous at the same time, and I keep reminding myself not to expect anything (it's my first time out of the country). However, I cannot wait to develop friendships while I am away, and I cannot wait to get a taste of the Irish culture (I'm mostly English and Irish, so I think I can relate).
So, the next time I will be able to blog will be any time between April 3rd and April 5th.
Also, The Jazzy Island of Dinosaurs and its, sequel, The Sound of a B Flat, will be FREE on Amazon TODAY AND TOMORROW, so please check them out! Below are the summaries for each novel.
The Jazzy Island of Dinosaurs: "It is June 2006 in St. John, a town in Northwest Indiana, and five siblings find out about the existence of dinosaurs through their neighbors who actually visited them. At a swimming party, the neighbors give the three younger siblings a book with a T-Rex's number on it. When all five kids visit Galavanti Island, they help Dacston, a T-Rex, Valpatic, a velociraptor, Jokie, a brachiosaurus, and Sammy, a stegosaurus, locate a case of saxophones that Selfish Arnie, Dacston's cousin, has taken from all of the citizens of Galavanti Island."
The Sound of a B Flat: "Summer of 2006 commences in St. John, a town in Northwest Indiana, and Caleb Grzedek's band is starting to get known. Andrew, his older brother, starts his first tennis season in high school. He also spends time with his girlfriend and best friends, and Caleb finally comes up with the band's name with his best friends. And, coming from a big family, the Grzedek's are often visiting their relatives, and the five kids are always learning new things. Therefore, summer is off to a good start."
Have a great rest of the month!
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