Dani's DiaryMore Like This
Woke up to a beautiful day at sea then a boat crashed into us. Dad took care of those filthy landlubbers. And by take care of I mean chopping 'em up and throwing 'em overboard! That was fun to watch.
Ugh! Men are such pigs! I was cooped up all day on the ship doing chores and those bilge-sucking "pirates" took a fancy in whistling and hollering at me. They've done it before and they do it all the time but it's high time I show 'em who's in charge around here. Okay, so I may not be completely in charge but Dad doesn't approve of them looking at me like that either. But I didn't tell Dad about today, he's got enough on his plate.
I heard Dad playing his organ all night last night. Something must be bothering him. I'll be sure to stay out of his way.
The seas were calm today so I took a swim with me favorite squid, Squishy. It was incredible! We dove deeper than we had before and we found some lost jewels! I'll be keeping those to meself; I don't w
Happy Father's DayMe: Today is Father's Day...why is your dad the best or what have you learned from him?More Like This
Frankie: He brought me to life
Clawdeen: He may not understand my fashion but he supports me anyway
Clawd: He taught me what it takes to be a leader
Lagoona: He's always just a swim across the ocean away
Gil: He taught me the importance of seeing beyond our differences
Cleo: She said that he always wants to be up to speed with what I'm up to. My father treats me like a princess, even when I don't always act like one.
Deuce: I have an uncle who's been like my father. He taught me that wherever life takes you, you can always come home
Heath: My dad taught me to keep my fire going even if it won't light
Slow Moe: UHHHHHHHHHHHH
Jackson: He said that his dad always makes time for him no matter what the time is. I haven
The Gift Chapter 13Sairah's POVMore Like This
The Michaels' backyard was filled with people. People I knew, people I didn't know, and most of them were teens. They mingled, talked, and ate. My parents silently got out of the car, and headed towards the living room, where the adults were indulging in imported foods, and probably gossiping about each other. (Which I hated!)
I found my way over to Nola, dressed in her green bikini, t-shirt, and jean shorts. She was surely dressed to swim. I looked down at my dress. It was a knee-length sundress I'd fished out of my closet from my birthday party last year. It was kind of small on me, but I didn't have anything causal enough to wear.
"So what're you gonna do all night?", she asked me.
Honestly, I had no clue.
"Probably mill around the snack table all night. They have a chocolate fountain, haha!", I laughed.
Nola frowned. "I'm sorry you can't swim. If I could help you "
I nodded my head. "It's totally fin
Life as a DummyMy name is Marlie and I`m a dummy. No, I`m not a dumb person, I`m a ventriloquist dummy. You might think I`m crazy but I am telling the truth. I am the daughter of the evil dummy, Slappy (Who is a ventriloquist dummy himself) and my mother is Mary Ellen and she is a dummy too. My dad is a tall puppet with orange hair, green eyes, a tuxedo, and an evil laugh. My mother has blonde hair, blue eyes, wears a white gown,and looks more like a doll than a puppet. Like my father, I was made out of wood. I was warned by my dad to stay away from my uncle (Who I never met before or heard of.) My dad might be a cruel, mean, prankster but to me, he is my role model. My mom on the other hand, is my nightmare. She is a mean woman and disrespects my dad. That`s where my story about going to a high school begans...More Like This
"Why is she going to a high school? She is a dummy not a human!"
"It`s a school for MONSTERS, Slappy! Plus, I want her to be educated!"
My mom and dad argued in the kitchen of our house (It`s
=/as i see some people forgot me or don't really like/love my artworks anymore and it hurts. but i see the happiness on other people's pics and i have doubts: do they still love my artworks or not anymore?More Like This
i feel this since i'm not really a good artist, who has so clear, photoshop-made PPG pictures, which have much better quality than my pics. and if you didn't forget me, please fav.
Wendel Wendigo: Journal 1More Like This
The school year is off to a good enough start. Back on the casketball team again. I am still being overshadowed by that
DoucheDeuce Gorgon guy. Issac DeVile tells me he's really a 'nice' guy, but I don't agree. Anybody standing in my way to the top is on my 'take down' list. Technically, this means Clawd is too. Issac says my attitude is a sure way not to make captain next year.
More love letters. Every few days I get letters in my locker from some ghouls. I don't get why. It's not like I ever talk to them. I can't stand most ghouls. Too complicated. If they can 'like' me without knowing me, I can dislike them without knowing them. I am fine without a ghoulfriend, thanks! Never had one, never will.
I got sent to the Headless Mistress today. I didn't eat enough at lunch so I was really pissed off and this stupid substitute creature tried to tell me I couldn't eat in class. He took away my food. He took. My food. Wendigo are greedy
Wednesday Wendigo: DiaryMore Like This
I've been neglecting writing in this diary. But since its Sunday, I guess I have time to catch up. Me and the ghouls have pretty much gotten back into the swing of things. It's always really hard to say goodbye to summer vay-kay
Oh! We have new neighbors. Again. I've lost count of how many times neighbors just up and leave or vanish. But, these guys seem pretty okay. I think they are a manticore husband and wife. Sometimes I see Dad staring out the window at them I hope he's not thinking of doing what I think he is!
People keep telling me my brother is a cold, uncaring, jerk. That's just because all they are looking at is the surface. They don't really understand him. Wendel is just a big 'ol grizzly bear. Which is pretty cuddly when you take a look at Mom and Dad. Today, I couldn't find Shadow. I normally take him on an early morning walk before school, but he got out of the back yard. I was so worried I couldn't even think straight. We