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Moving on ;(

“The truth well it hurts to say. I’m gonna pack up my bags and I’m gonna go away. Oh lover, lover, lover you don’t treat me no good no more.”

Hey guys! I know I haven’t been blogging a lot…well at all lately. I’ve just been super busy, and I’ve kinda outgrown this blog. So I’m moving on. I’ll still blog on this blog occasionally, but can be found once a month on my new blog. It’s about me and a group of four of our friends, traveling through Middle School. We each have an assigned order and it repeats when done. The order is; me, Haley, Dru, Maddie, then Jasmine. I seriously can’t even put the blog into words, because it’s so amazing and the BEST blog ever. So what are you waiting for? Go and follow me and my friends, I promise you won’t be sorry. We would also really appreciate it if you could tell all your friends, family, etc., or maybe mention us on your blog or something. Because our blog is super new, and has like none followers. Please and thankyou! 😉 [The blog link is below.]



Kickoff of “Poetry Galore”!

 I’m starting a new segment on my blog. It’s called “Poetry Galore”. In this new segment I will post a new poem every week. That yes, I personally wrote. If it’s not too much you can repost them on Facebook, tweet them, put them on your blog, email publishers about this twelve-year-old wonder! I don’t really care what you do with them. Just please help me get them out there, and make sure you give all credit back to me. Kaylee Ayres. So here it is my first poem it’s about love… well see for yourself:


 Love it’s what everyone is looking for.

The soul’s greatest mission what the heart yearns for.

It’s an unbreakable vow that no one can comprehend.

They search for the unsearchable and fantasize the impossible.

Love isn’t all its cracked up to be. Love hurts.

It won’t stop prying till it’s found what it wants.

It gives you delusions. It tricks you like a little kid playing hide-and-seek

Making you think you’ve actually found it.

Love is a drug that makes you want more of it.

It’s unstoppable and unbreakable.

It makes you laugh, it makes you cry.

But that’s why I love it.

Because it’s all mine.


So what did you guys think? Please leave tons of comments. I love to hear your critiques! Remember help me get my poems out there, and remember to tune in every Sunday for an all new poem!

In Memory of Big Fred

Last Sunday we held the brick ceremony . . . Of course it was amazing! I would like to give a big thank you to anyone who made a donation. You truly are a hero to our church.   


Above you can see what I wrote on my brick at the ceremony. I’m sure you all remember when my church had a fundraiser and you all pitched in. [Thanks again!] But when we had the brick ceremony, Big Fred went out of his way to help my church! If you can remember back that far he donated a whole $100! Sadly, Big Fred died of diabetes on June 10th. He will be remembered forever. He was a good son, a good father, a good grandpa, a good man, and had a good heart. He will remain in ours forever. R.I.P. Big Fred.

Page One of My Novel

Hi, everyone! My awesome mother is hosting a page one critique on her blog in honor of her 200+ followers and a new author named Heather Burch. She just had her first book, Halflings, published. I saw at on the shelf for ‘New Top Teen Picks’ at Barnes and Noble yesterday! I can’t wait to read it! Mom said it was really good and she usually has good taste in books so I suggest everyone go out and buy a copy now (well, after you read my blog and leave a helpful comment of course). I wanted to play, so I started a new novel today. It is written for middle schoolers by a middle schooler:) The title is Untouchable.

Page One:

“Do I have to?” I asked. Well more like begged. I mean I didn’t want to be responsible for ending a life, even if it was just a cow. The India sun beats down upon us, a rooster too old to crow started running when he spied the shotgun on the nearby tree stump. I’m an untouchable. We do the jobs that ends lives [like fishing and slaughtering], sanitation work, dealing with meat eaters and worst of all, murdering cows then getting rid of them. So basically the jobs no one wants. Yeah, it’s officially outlawed to have untouchables in India now, but try telling that to our corner of the earth.

“Well it’s either the cow’s life or yours, Abhaya,” my older sister, Ramani, replied snappily. She’d been doing this for years now, and could honestly care less about the innocent little creatures. Of course, they’re not so little at seven hundred pounds. As long as it kept mom and dad in the house, for now anyway. Without Ramani’s help, my parents wouldn’t be able to keep the farm running. Yesterday was my twelfth birthday, no more easy chores around the house for me. Now I have to earn my keep.  “Here you go.” Ramani hands me the gun.  

I take it sadly. “Before he goes I would like to say a few words over him.” I gaze at Ramani for approval.

“Whatever Abhaya. But make it fast. After this we have to…you know…collect human waste while Mom and Dad hang the cow to bleed out.” She fake gags at the last part. Ignoring her, I start my speech.

 “We are gathered here today for the death and funeral of Bob the Cow.”

“Bob?” I glare at her. “Sorry! I’ll be quiet!”

“Bob was a good cow. He never did anything wrong. But sadly people had other ideas on his glorious life. Well I’m sorry Bob! When I kill you know that you will be reborn again. Maybe into a better life. If you do please help us. For we are the only ones who stood by you. Goodbye Bob.” Ramani watches me with fearful eyes as I fire a shot into his neck and cry. “Goodbye Bob.”

“Finally,” Ramani says acting annoyed even though I can tell she feels terrible. “Let’s go. The faster we finish the faster we go home.”

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Questions Answered keep them coming

Dear Kaylee,

I’m a wannabe writer & am struggling with my next book idea. Do you think I should write one about this snobby girl who’s forced to move to a hick town in Florida only to meet her soul-mate, a boy who can read minds (but it turns out, only hers). OR should I write one about a girl who finds out her Prom date is the actual incarnate of Jesus, & that she’s an angel herself? Thanks for your help!

Wannabe Writer

Dear Wannabe Writer, Personally I think you should write about your prom date being Jesus. That could be a really good aventure book that can easily be made into an adventure movie. Yours truly Kaylee

Dear Kaylee, The valentines dance is coming up at my school and I plan on going in a group with all my friends. But the tickets are five dollars. So unless I get a date ,but I won’t because he’s in the group to, I’m going to go in a group but I don’t know how to ask them for the money because I’m already in debt to them. Desperate

Dear desperate, The perfect way to ask is on a blog. That way the whole world knows so they can’t say no. Also promise to pay off the debt. And tell them don’t worry. Yours truly desperate opps did I say desperate I meant Kaylee


Dear Kaylee,Ple…

Dear Kaylee,
Please give me advice on how to read faster. I am a pretty swift reader, but lately I have less time for books, and I figure if you have advice on how to become a speed reader, then I could still devour the same amount of books in my limited time frame. But I really want to be able to comprehend what I am reading, so the speed reading techniques should still allow me to digest the content. :)
Jack *code name, of course*

Dear Jack,                                                                                                                                I’ve had this problem many times before myself. I would suggest listening to the recorded tape of the book. This allows you to drive, clean, work, etc. while techinacly reading. Trust me a recorded tape will work wonders. You could also read smaller books. You would be reding less but it would feel the same. Trust me no one would know the difference. Not even you!                                                  Yours truley Kaylee


Dear Kaylee,
Please give me some advice on how to be a good listener and focus on the conversation. My mind tends to wander! Thanks…..Wanda Know

Dear Wanda Know,                                                                                                                 Their is a simple solution to not drifing away from the conversation. Right when you first get there say everything you could possibly want to say to them and if you think anything is a distraction make an excuse for you and your friend to leave the room or get rid of the item. Another way is to make them think your paying attention all you have to do is nod your head yes or no and say things like ‘Oh, yeah’ ‘right’ and ‘I’ve done that before’. They won’t have a cclue you arn’t listening.                                        Yours truley Kaylee


What do you think a nice Valentine gift for my granddaughter’s? An outfit, a gift card or money?

Dear person without a code name [which you should have left],                                                                                        Personally I think you should give them money. I know from expierence most clothes people give to me go to the bottom of the drawer. Also if you give them a giftcard they might be disappointed because it was to the wrong store. But money means you get to pick where andwhat.                                                                                                                                                                                       yours truley Kylee


Ask Kaylee

I’m starting a new blogging session called “Ask Kaylee”. So here’s how it works you leave a comment on my blog or email me on what you want  advice on. Be sure to use a code name! I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. What you said will be put on my blog with my answer directly below it. I hope to hear from you all real soon! Yours truly Kaylee. 🙂