Hola My WordPress Peeps!

Just Abby typing to you guys!

Soooo, i am so glad Shellie is finally updating the blog more often! Woo-hoo!

Anyway, we want you guys to keep sending us e-mails with idea’s for the show! What you want the teens view to speak out about, If you got a good/great/awesome idea that you want TTV to talk about send it to abbynoelle@gmail.com and put “TTV Segment Idea” on the ‘subject’ of the e-mails so were sure it isn’t spam. Ditto goes for the teens view music vid contest, BTW the ‘summer music video contest’ has been extended to June 21st (the Third TTV Broadcast) make sure you send in ya’lls videos by June 21st 7:30PM Pacific time.

Anyway, on a random note: I went with Dixie to a new youth group at a nearby baptist church in Watuaga ( Is that how you spell it? ), i really liked it, i mean i was half-way expecting it to be a real serious,stuffy church, but really it was really relaxed and everyone was really friendly, we met this girl named Hayley who was waiting for two guy friends to show up so she sat with us for a while and we just explored and walked around until service began, turns out the guy friends she was waiting for were twins, David and John, John was really nice but we never really met David….Okay, i have to admit it they were SOMEWHAT cute…okay, really cute lol 😉 Me and Dixie were taking when we were washing our hands in the ladies room after church and she’s like “Okay, you get John and David’s mine!”, i looked at her and we both just started laughing, then we looked for her mom (she was my ride home) and since she was still busy we walked around until i saw a stairway that led somewhere upstairs, i talked Dixie into going up with me (even though we weren’t sure we were allowed up there) and it was dark and sorta creepy because it was dead silent, then we thought we heard someone coming up the stairs and hid in a nearby room until we were sure nobody was coming..and then we went downstairs and while we were passing an office with a big glass window instead of a wall there were these two guys (Ethan and Tutor) and Tutor was like “Hey! you two people! I don’t remember your names follow us for the funniest video in the world!”, i looked to Dixie and she said “Should we follow them?” and i said “Why not? we’ve got nothing else to do” so we followed them in there with some other girl (she somehow escaped 😉 ) and it turns out the computer was logged off and Ethan was like “Oh man! this computer needs a stupid password!” so then he stood up and Tutor (the polite one) asked us our names and what schools we went to and who our brothers were and what church we went to before that one and then we left the office and he talked to us a bit more. Anywho, Dixie’s little bro is SO cute!!!!

I’ll try to type back to ya’ll as often as possible! God Bless You Guys!

Sincerely,

Abby

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Many a mix-up for TTV 1st Broadcast!

Hey! How are ya’ll?

The First Broadcast went as planned (for once) andit went rather smoothly compared to what i expected it to be like, um, like i said before it wasn’t meant to be serious at all it was meant for us to get used to BTR and thats exactly what it was, here’s what went wrong:

1. We found out we accidenlt scheduled the broadcast for 4-in-the-morning and we only had 2 minutes to re-schedule it and we finally did 30 seconds before it started!(talk about a close call)

2.Mid-broadcast we got into another mix-up and for a few minutes thought it wasn’t recording at all and numorous times believed that we accidently hung-up (you hear us talking about it a few times in the broadcast by our gasping and panicking)

3.We thought there was only 60 seconds left so we played our ending song (Hannah Montana “nobody’s perfect” ‘chipmunk-ified’) but it turned out we had 3 MINUTES left so we just kept replaying it..again..and again..and again.

So, pretty much the night was filled with confusion, but altogether it went pretty darned well. Anyway, i hope all of ya’ll go to ‘the teens view broadcast’ page and check out our first broadcast! feel free to leave a comment about the show or e-mail us with a new topic that you’d like to hear us talk about! at teen.view.s.m.a@gmail.com or e-mail directly at abbynoelle@gmail.com

God Bless You Guys!

Sincerely,

Abby

Miley Cyrus, Seriously People….

Okay, I keep hearing a ton about people trashing Miley Cyrus for her photo’s (Vanity Fair and otherwise) and i have something to say about it:

Miley is 15 and has grown into a responable young lady, the photo for Vanity Fair was meant to be a natural, beautiful,artistic photo of Miley and i love it, and as for her young fans (referring to her pre-teen and teenage fans )There gonna dress like trash with or without Miley doing something similar.
Miley apologized publicly about the photo too, she’s taking responability, just as she took full charge of any untrue rumors or other photo’s leaked to the public. I admire Miley and look up to her, but definately do not put her on a pedistal like many girls do, The portrait in a way showed that Miley is growing up, she takes the heat for her mistakes and doesn’t try to hide her flaws. Miley is someone to be more observed than judged. And as for Miley’s OTHER photo’s (the ’scandal’ pics ) She took the heat for those too, and says she cares deeply about her fans and wants to do what’s right by them, one thing to always remember is that she is human, and just because she claims to be trying to stay wholesome and true to her faith is no reason at all to point and make fun whenever she slips up.  And yes, if Miley becomes pregnant or poses for nude photo’s i will no longer be a fan of hers, but for right now she says that she’s trying to be solid in her Christian faith and praises the Lord whenever she recieves an award and yells “God Bless” to her fans every performance. I wasn’t completely sure about what i thought about Miley (as i said a few posts back) But as long as Miley proclaims that she isn’t ashamed of her faith in Christ than i’ll happily be one in who-knows-how-many million fans.

That’s all i have to say about that.

God Bless You Guys,

Sincerely,

Abby