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SummerBlossom


SummerBlossom
Centralia, Washington
Member for 9 years

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ABOUT ME
I LOVE music! Piano, Singing, playing piano AND singing, and I really want to learn how to play guitar. :)

INTERESTS AND FAVORITES
Books: Hunger Games, Double Identity, Frindle, Things Unseen
Movies: Blind Side, To Save a Life, Paul Blart Mall Cop
TV Shows: American Idol, Survivor
Interests: Playing Piano, Singing, Reading, Writing


Fiction
By SummerBlossom SILVER
Centralia, Washington
SummerBlossom SILVER, Centralia, Washington
5 articles 0 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Where ocean breezes storm the soul,
Where the love of strife grows quickly old,
Where the touch of God is beheld in power,
Where the spirit finds rest in its darkest hour."
The book "Rooms"

Poetry
By SummerBlossom SILVER
Centralia, Washington
SummerBlossom SILVER, Centralia, Washington
5 articles 0 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Where ocean breezes storm the soul,
Where the love of strife grows quickly old,
Where the touch of God is beheld in power,
Where the spirit finds rest in its darkest hour."
The book "Rooms"

Poetry
By SummerBlossom SILVER
Centralia, Washington
SummerBlossom SILVER, Centralia, Washington
5 articles 0 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Where ocean breezes storm the soul,
Where the love of strife grows quickly old,
Where the touch of God is beheld in power,
Where the spirit finds rest in its darkest hour."
The book "Rooms"

Poetry
By SummerBlossom SILVER
Centralia, Washington
SummerBlossom SILVER, Centralia, Washington
5 articles 0 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Where ocean breezes storm the soul,
Where the love of strife grows quickly old,
Where the touch of God is beheld in power,
Where the spirit finds rest in its darkest hour."
The book "Rooms"

Poetry
By SummerBlossom SILVER
Centralia, Washington
SummerBlossom SILVER, Centralia, Washington
5 articles 0 photos 7 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Where ocean breezes storm the soul,
Where the love of strife grows quickly old,
Where the touch of God is beheld in power,
Where the spirit finds rest in its darkest hour."
The book "Rooms"