“About Me”

*A picture of me when I was 12*


Hello, as you probably all know, my name is Andrew! If you are new to the blog, then let me introduce myself a little bit. It shan’t take so long. πŸ˜‰

I’m an American, which apparently is hard for me to accept. I rather stay with the “I’m a Russian story” since my mother has a very strong blood-line of Russians. Her grandmother was a Russian, therefore, I guess, that’s where my genes came down from. I look nothing like my mother, at least not to me. Though, I do like my father. I’ve come to realize it after all these years. Everyone who sees my father and I paired up, points out the great resemblance between us, which I still struggle to find true till about now. But enough about my genes. Let me pour out towards you blogging readers the information you so wanted to know. I have dirty-blonde hair as you can see in the picture taken above. That picture was taken when I was about 12. Thinking about updating it, but oh well, I’ll just leave it be until I grow so old I don’t even remember how I used to look like. πŸ™‚

I LOVE school, as long as I understand it! Usually I have the brain of a smart person (not in any way bragging, just informing), but sometimes I can easily crumble under lots of information I need to store and process in my head. Lately, in my 8th grade year, the hardest year I’ve had to say, the easiest subject for me, surprisingly, was Chemistry! I don’t know why I can easily remember the chemical formulas and how the formulas are designed and how to translate them into normal words such as H2O, which has 2 Hydrogen atoms, and one Oxygen atom. But that’s just an easy example of what they challenge me with. I HATE Math though. Well, maybe not all of it, but I primarily distaste Math. Geometry is my weakest topic within Math. I just can’t seem to understand and remember all the geometrical formulas for some reason. But I am a bit decent at Algebra, but unfortunately, that soon will not be true, seeing as it’s becoming very hard to understand. I love reading, along with language arts and Social Studies cause they are very easy for me to remember.

As I said before, I LOVE Reading, but I also mean in another sense, that I actually do my Reading cause I love hearing stories. Also, at the moment, I am starting a book series called ‘George Williams’. A series I think people will at least find somewhat interesting and actually feelΒ intelligent reading it, because of the simplicity of it yet, the complicated words to make it seem complex. But yes, I don’t want to spoil too much, from that. You got the point that I love Reading, now that’s move onto some more broad topics.

I have a talent in drawing and writing. Before I was the age of 11, I would take every year a book to practice on my cursive handwriting skills. And trust me, I practiced everyday and soon enough got so good, I am now able to write LOADS of paragraphs on paper easy. Though I do regret forgetting how to write cursively, because I was so good at it, but I’m fine with print. Though, I’ll have to order some of those books again and practice my skills. Another thing, drawing, which is another talent I have! I can’t really say I have a style of writing, I just write what comes into my head. Like one time, I was doing Biology back in the old times where I was home-schooled and took extra curriculum, and I set up an assignment to draw the human brain. Not sketch, but to look at it and draw it. And I did, surprisingly, I wish I could show you guys a picture of the paper, but now it is lost a long time ago! I also drew a picture of the whole human body intestines. Some impressive things I like to think about myself whenever I’m depressed.

I love fruit as well, along with vegetables, except tomatoes and peaches. Otherwise, I love oranges, apples, broccoli, asparagus, pineapple, carrots, and way more! I also love chocolate, but who DOESN’T love chocolate? I mean c’mon! Despite my habit for chocolate, comparing myself to the average American’s daily meal, I am a very healthy American. My father is against any junk-food being permitted in this house, since he is all about healthiness, which I do believe will help me in the long-term result. Though my mother, not so much. My mother does have a limit to how many sweets and candy we can have, but she is more relaxed about it than my father is. Sometimes they have to dispute in arguments because of their disagreement on candy and junk-food.

I love to also play video games, ain’t that a shocker? πŸ˜€ I’ve loved it since I was a 9 year old kid that just ordered my first DS Lite. Best console ever and I would take it back if it hadn’t broke because of my brother, but I am not a one who holds grudges like that, but I am still thinking of how my life would have been if I still had that DS. But yeah, as soon as I grew older, I developed into more manly video game consoles. I grew into the PSP for a few years (still love it), then I liked the Wii for a year or two, then I got into the PC hard-core version, and then at last I got into PS3 and PS2. I never liked Xbox or Xbox 360 cause I never seemed impressed with it somehow. :/

I also love sports. I’ll play any sport besides Hockey, Baseball, or Wrestling (but even sometimes I feel the need to play Wrestling). I’ve played Soccer, Basketball, Football, LaCrosse, Track and Field, and many other sports. I like to say that with my laziness in video games, I also am very active in sports. I also do this special kind of stunt sport called parkour. If you don’t know what that means, then you may please search it up online, which should be very easy for you.

I think we are approaching the last few parts of “About me”.

I also love music and love to play instruments. I can’t say I really know the other instruments seriously, but I do know how to play a few popular song riffs on the guitar and know how to play it in general. I still have much to learn, but I am okay. I can play you the basic beginning riff of Crazy Train; I can play nearly the whole song of Beat it by Michael Jackson; I can play Raining Blood by Slayer; I’m still learning how to play Dream on by Michael Jackson at the moment, and more!! Like I said I still have more to learn!

I also am a fast computer typer. At this pace I’m going now, is pretty fast to me. Though, I used to be faster, and I AM using this on aΒ NetbookΒ  so yeah, my computer typing skills are not being used to their best. But I am fine at my pace right now. πŸ˜› I also love rockbands if you did not know. I love any kind of rock, rap, or dubstep. Ooh, I LOVE Dubstep. I think it just makes me head-bang harder than any hard-rock song. Lol. I don’t know why, but I like intense songs and very few times I like soft songs, but only because my parents force me to listen to them in the car.

I also try to work-out as much as possible! I have gotten a decent muscle on my left arm, but for some reason, my right arm, the throwing arm in football, the writing arm in which I write, is flabby and weak. I’m still trying to improve by doing 20 push-ups on one time and then another 20 push-ups. I haven’t worked on my belly, but before, I worked out on it brutally and I have a decent six to four pack. But I DO seriously need to work some more on my belly. My legs though, are completely muscular and fine. I have strong muscles on the side of my legs near my hips and then have huge calf muscles. But this is all “About Me” and it’s nothing to brag. I hate bragging.

I guess that’s it for now. If I feel like I have forgotten some things about myself, I’ll probably update, but if you want to get to know me more. Then please click the links below,

Oh and for some more facts and posts about me, here are some links.

My Fears, So Don’t Use Them!

My Wished Achievements (For My Whole Life)

Some More Stuff About Me

Some information on my Family:

Anabelle

PatriciaΒ (Patricia’s WordPress Blog)

127 comments on ““About Me”

  1. sasammygirl says:

    Oh my gosh! You know they’re having an Invader Zim Fan convention in Atlanta next year? Its my fav. cartoon series.

  2. Andrew says:

    No I didn’t no that, I don’t watch Invader Zim the show, but I’ve heard of him. I’m not soo into those kind of cartoons. Hey and probably if I go there I could meet you in person!!!

  3. sasammygirl says:

    Yup. C: Well, the show was cancelled back in 2002…but its one of my favorite cartoon. The best one Nickolodean ever had anyways. :p

  4. puppydogz17 says:

    cool blog =D

  5. Hey Andrew, thanks a lot for the comment and visit to my blog! πŸ™‚

  6. dhimasln says:

    Wow,, ten years old? you’re so young πŸ˜€
    nice to see your blog

    i’ve visited the honestlyhopely sites. i mean, what you want to tell me to see there?
    (my poor english. sorry)

  7. deq says:

    hello .. visit me ..

  8. suzannita says:

    hi, Andrew… thank you for coming to my site… nice to know you ^..^

  9. izaakmak says:

    Wow! I’ve got to say that, for being only 10 years old, your blog is quite impressive! πŸ™‚

  10. Asop says:

    Hi, Andrew! ^_^

    Are u really 10 years old? Wow.. I don’t know if there is a blogger in my country that as young as you… πŸ™‚

  11. abughalib says:

    hi, andrew
    you’re the first visitor from abroad to my site. nice to know you.
    thanks

  12. rose says:

    hi andrew…. nice to visit ur blog, i am rose from indonesia, plz visit my blog too… ^^

  13. Usup Supriyadi says:

    Hello, Andrew!
    how are you?
    thanks for visiting my blog
    you are the first visitors from overseas and speak English in my blog. : Lol:
    you’re young, but it was clever. keep blogging ya.
    (Sorry, my English is still the basic level): lol:
    happy to meet you, hopefully we can become friends.

    • Andrew says:

      Hello, nice to meet you Usop. I am doing good, but if you really want to know what I am doing click this link: http://oneafter.wordpress.com/
      I visit everybody’s blog, so I am not to crazy for visiting your blog. Hehehehe :mrgreen:

      Lots of Indonesian people say I am the first person visiting their site that’s not Indonesian. I hope we can become friends too.

  14. Ian says:

    wow, you was a kid? :mrgreen:

  15. I’ve seen progression in every post. Your newer posts are simply wonderful compared to your posts in the past. Keep up the good work!

  16. Donny says:

    Oh my gosh! Salute, salute, keep up the good work..

  17. ignore my other comment. figured it out here. obviously. I wasn’t far off though, if i must say.

    Also, why are you telling people to kill themselves, and be nice to their undeserving sister? no offense, but you’re ten. judging from your blog, you don’t have, nor will ever have, half of the issues Willow has. so don’t encourage already suicidal people to actually do the deed, thank you.

  18. dhimasln says:

    hi Andrew. long time no see πŸ™‚
    off course we’re still friends πŸ˜€

  19. abu ghalib says:

    i love cake ^_^

  20. Umph says:

    Hey cool blog. I think I commented here before o_0

  21. Ifan Jayadi says:

    I never supposed that the young children like you can make many articles in this blog. So amazing

  22. Usup Supriyadi says:

    the cake looks delicious. yummy…. :mrgreen:

  23. Debby says:

    really 11 years old???
    nice to see this blog ^^
    God bless u!

  24. arka says:

    Hi, Andrew! ^_^

    Are u really 10 years old? Wow.. ..its amazing..in my country..i don’t know its like you. i am sorry wit my poor english. im waiting 4 u coming. nice to meet U

    • Andrew says:

      I’m actually, 11, just turned 11 though. You mean you don’t know bloggers in your country my age. Yeah, I hear that a lot from my Indonesian friends. It is okay, you are at least trying and you at least noticed you were speaking poorly, so good for you. What are waiting for? Yeah, nice to meet you too.

  25. allfine says:

    Ow. . You love video game. . I love video game too haha. .:-D

  26. rurue says:

    hi andrew.. πŸ˜‰
    love to see ur blog.,

    umm.. may i…..?
    *begging for the cake..
    hehe… πŸ˜€

    • Andrew says:

      Thank you, I am pleased to know you enjoy my blog. Oh, yes, wait another 4 years for a miracle to happen on Thanksgiving. πŸ˜€

      • rurue says:

        hay i saw in your blog about your favorite band, ohh.. i love SOAD too..
        *SOAD lovers..
        hehehehe… πŸ˜€

      • Andrew says:

        Well, actually System Of a Down is my second favorite band. But, still is an AWESOME band. Lol. I love their beats. Good you like that band.

  27. اسوب سوبرييادي says:

    alo ha…alo ha…. :mrgreen:

    in Indonesia, Muslims are running for Ramadan fasting.

    • Andrew says:

      What’s alo ha? Indonesia, here we go again. πŸ˜€ What’s Ramadan fasting?

      • اسوب سوبرييادي says:

        Ramadan -a month of obligatory daily fasting in Islam is the ninth month in the Islamic lunar calendar. Daily fasts begin at dawn and end with sunset.

        Muslims practice Sawm, or fasting, for the entire month of Ramadan. This means that they may eat or drink nothing, including water, while the sun is up as well as making a special effort to avoid sins. Fasting is one of the Five Pillars (duties) of Islam. As with other Islamic duties, all able Muslims take part in Sawm from about age twelve.

        Fasting serves many purposes. While they are hungry and thirsty, Muslims are reminded of the suffering of the poor. Fasting is also an opportunity to practice self-control and to cleanse the body and mind. And in this most sacred month, fasting helps Muslims feel the peace that comes from spiritual devotion as well as kinship with fellow believers.

        During Ramadan in the Muslim world, most restaurants are closed during the daylight hours. Families get up early for suhoor, a meal eaten before the sun rises. After the sun sets, the fast is broken with a meal known as Iftar. Iftar usually begins with dates and sweet drinks that provide a quick energy boost.

        Ramadan is Fun. πŸ˜€

      • Andrew says:

        Oh, so Ramadan is the ninth month in Indonesian. THAT’S awesome. Terimah Kasih for telling me that. What does Sawm. Or did you mean to write swim? Ah, just like the Jewish people in the Bible on Worship day. But, you can be active and still have no sins. Oh, no I have to warn Nayyir. My friend. He’s 11!!!! Ah, makes sense. Wait so they’re doing all this in your country. Man, that sucks. Of course because no food. πŸ˜€ Iftar? Sounds interesting. Do you do Ramadan?

  28. Hi Andrew…

    I have a pen
    my pen is blue
    i have a friend
    my friend is you.

    Be a smart boy.
    Just me from Malaysia.

  29. berkunjung untuk silaturahmi πŸ™‚ salam manis dari karawang πŸ˜€

  30. Alexandru Stavila(Mefodii) says:

    Hello brother, you know me?? πŸ™‚

  31. “That’s nasty, even on your level.” What, exactly did you mean by this? If you have a problem with his blog, don’t read it. You seem to think that everyone agrees with how you view his blog, but they don’t if people don’t like it, they don’t read it. You have no right, insulting him like that. I know it’s fine if you get insulted or whatever on here, because you have a life outside of your blog. A pretty decent one, I’m guessing. But when you insult someone on the one place they are free from all the real life crap, you’ve crossed a line. Oh, and if you ever, EVER call Willow a bitch again, you will regret it. I don’t care how old you are, where you come from, or how you live your life, you say something like that to my best friend, we will have words. And trust me, I know a lot of them. I don’t care what people say about me. I don’t care what they do to me. But anyone hurts my friends, they will hear about it. So watch yourself, kid. You are walking a very thin line.

    • Andrew says:

      What are you talking about? I don’t have a problem with his blog dude. I usually love to here about a person’s struggling life. But, if they get too whiny then I take action into my own hands. What do you mean. If you mean loving his blog then yes. I never said to anyone I hated Willow. But, at that time on that post, he’s just being immature. Hey, I’m being mostly the immature one. YOU by the way, can be immature. But, you’re being a really good friend to Willow which I appreciate you saying and fending for your friend. I don’t have a decent one. Are you blind. I’ve never had a decent life in my neighborhood. The only life I do have is church an my best friend Michael. Willow, on the other hand has friends in a neighborhood, has bees, had plants and a lot more. My life even has gone through a lot more disgusting stuff then Willow. And he even said he hadn’t done that. Dude, what do you think I call you and you call me. My blog is a freedom of speech. Willow, sounded fine with it. I hardly ever called him that.

      I’ve only called him that twice. I’ve counted it down. Dude, I know words as well. You’re just being mean to me just because I’m a little boy judging him. Well, it really does look like Willow needs help. don’t you think? Okay. I’ll try to make things simpler. I promise to never call Willow a bitch, you happy? It’s really not that hard. You could’ve asked without putting threats when I only called him a cause word twice. Okay, I’ll watch myself. I’ll back away from the thin line. Are we done here?

      • Just one more thing. I am not a dude! I am a 17 year old girl with little to no dude-like tendencies. Also, even if you were the same age as us, older then us, even if you were his own frickin’ father, i still would have said everything I did. And more, probably, because there are things I’d like to say to that man… And it’s his blog. Where else is he supposed to get ‘whiny’, if not his own personal blog, hmm? And we’re kids, kid. Just because we’re a few years older then you, doesn’t mean we don’t reserve the right to act like children.

        And it was a VERY thin line, I’ll have you know.

      • Andrew says:

        What do you want me to call you, dudet? I’m aware you’re a girl. Why do you think guys call even girls guys. And FYI, I would’ve been a better father for Willow. Not as good. But, at least not abusing him. Being nice to him and all. Well, try resolving your problem. Instead of constantly saying ‘UGH MY LIFE SUCKS, I CAN’T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT’. I didn’t say it wasn’t I had that pretty clear in my head.

  32. primeedges says:

    Hi Andrew,
    Yey! It’s my first visit. Let say I am another Indonesian as usual, LOL
    Yeah I know it sounds like every Indonesian is blogging, but I’ve been blogging just two months ago, I guess less, just because I do nothing at home :mrgreen:
    I am now ready to explore your blog start here! My [photo] blog is in Indonesian, I’ll try to write in English (later), I am not so confident on it though πŸ˜› [I know I need to learn more]
    PS: Hey, we have the same themes! finally I found one πŸ˜€

    • Andrew says:

      Hey Prim,
      Yeah, I remember I could tell. Yep. Though, are you a girl/boy? I can’t tell. Hmm… hope you get a lot of views or hits. Yeah, English is pretty easy. Trust me, and you can translate it on Google. Yeah, check it out. Check willowbatel’s blog. He has the same as well.

      • primeedges says:

        I am a boy! Hahahhah… I know prima means “cousin” for girl in spanish. Whatever.
        I hate Google translator sometimes, seems like robotic result, better open dictionary! πŸ˜› . Ok I will check! Thanks

      • Andrew says:

        Sorry, I somehow have to always mistaken someone’s gender. It does? I was only guessing. Dictionary doesn’t help me much besides telling me the meaning of a word. Thank you very much.

  33. nayyirnensi says:

    Oh, SO YOU DONT LIKE MARY!?!??!?!?!? AND IK THIS GIRLS NAME, ITS HALI, RIGHT?!?!???? OR HALLY.

    • Andrew says:

      I do, but I’m not sure if I want to go really in a serious relationship without her permission. Though, I hardly every hangout with Hally, so I’m reconsidering liking her. If I know that Mary wants to be in a serious relationship, she’ll let me know.

  34. Lucky dc says:

    Hai Andrew you are really good in writing. In the future you’ll be a famous writer hopefully heheh πŸ™‚ …Andrew I would like to make your blog -link in my blog ya, because I love your writing, Thanx ya πŸ˜›

    • Andrew says:

      Okay, I might not be SO good in writing posts with my grammar, punctuation, and maybe spelling. But, I am a pretty famous blogger so far, and I’ve only been blogging since December. I must check your blog.

  35. roxy189 says:

    You remind me of my cousin. πŸ˜›

  36. mylitleusagi says:

    hai andrew…
    first time to come to your blog..
    i’m so surprised that you are 11 years…
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  37. Tea says:

    wow cool d(>_<)b . so how old are you now ?. I love your blog and may I follow your blog ?

  38. Magdelina says:

    Wow! Great tihnknig! JK

  39. Layla says:

    Love the site, Andrew. πŸ™‚

  40. ymkyuanita says:

    hi, great blog. forward, u should be a good writer or other job related with ‘words’ >.< u have talent on it … but i read your info, and good luck for your dream to be a basketball player or soccer… however ur life is, believe in everything because everything is reachable… oh yeh, i'm new here, n ur my inspiration… besides ur cute and 'bule' πŸ™‚ ur kindly, smart, and different… not like other 'bule' in my facebook or skype, ur simple but cool. wish u all the best for love life, friendship, family, god bless ❀ greeting from indonesia (again)

    • Andrew says:

      Thank you for all the compliments … ymkuanita?
      I just have one big question: Are you a girl? Because I have an uncomfortable feeling your a guy calling me cute? πŸ˜›
      And I understand how you speak to know your Indonesian. I’ve lived in an environment full of Indonesian people. I know how they speak English. πŸ˜€

      • ymkyuanita says:

        hmm,,, both? lol no! i’m not girl, i’m women πŸ˜› whatever u say i am…. for ur last comment…. really? oh man, they r so lucky >.< but u don't know Bahasa right… oh ya, ur new pic totally looks like someone i was know ………………. gue loe suka

      • Andrew says:

        Okay just checking. πŸ˜€
        Yeah when you commented on my about page I had to update it when I saw the picture because of the hair. SO, this is how I look originally now.

  41. ymkyuanita says:

    yeah that’s better, even that pic really sad,,, i think u just take that pic on when u broke up with ur girl #juskid >.< seriously man, if u were on facebook… and have friends from indonesia. u would be celebrity πŸ˜€ and wait, u have small house, and one pc, one laptop, one car (my guess) whats ur dad job? sorry, i don't really understand english so, cant get whole ur posts T.T

  42. egosentrik says:

    At last I scrolled to the bottom of the comments….lol. Thanks for checking out my blog, I’ll try and visit yours from time to time…meanwhile your about me pic is doing the job you positioned it for, well done you! for freaking me out…thinking WTF…am chatting up an under aged boy….Lmao

    • Andrew says:

      Haha. Yeah. Before, though, the only people that had blogs were basically Indonesians who wrote poems, art, and did photography. So I am used to this sort of “you’re older than me” situation. But thanks for checking my blog out. Much is appreciated. I’ll of course try to check out your blog as well!

  43. debbiesue180 says:

    Very interesting. I’m just a beginner blogger compared to you. πŸ™‚ Good stuff.

    • Andrew says:

      Haha! It’ll all come easy eventually! Don’t worry.
      I’ve used wordpress for about 3-4 years, so yeah. Crazy time.
      If you wouldn’t mind also, following my blog to stay updated with posts helps A LOT! Thanks.

  44. Wow, that was long… You sure you’re only 13? Cool stuff!

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