Not For Only One Crowd

This is your girl coming back at you with just a really quick, really super duper fast post. I wanted to be clear and make sure that we are on the same page and in a way, we already are.

When I started this blog some four years ago I only had one targeted audience that I wanted to get through to and that was the female population of Muslims. At that time I was homeschooling my son (and still do) and wanted to share my ideas that we did together at home. In a sense I’m still trying to target that same audience but I wanted to make that audience bigger than that. I figured that I’d try to reach out to the female population as a whole. I’am and we are women, are we not?

This time around I didn’t want to cut out a huge chunk of women because they are not Muslim. My blog and my posts are meant to be helpful to all females from all walks of life. I want to share my ideas, likes, dislikes, experiences and whatever else with the ladies of the interweb.

**Now, (black lady finger waving time, haha) if you aren’t a Muslim female and like my content, that’s great! That’s what I’m going for. If you aren’t a Muslim female and don’t like my content, that’s great too! If you don’t like that I wear hijab or pray to Allah, that’s fine. You don’t have to. You don’t have to like everything that I like or dislike. I just ask that you try to remain positive in your comments if you make any.

*If you are a Muslim female and like my content, that’s great as well! If you are a Muslim female and don’t like my content, that’s also great! As I said before, you don’t have to like what I like. But with both of us being Muslim females, we both should practice the “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything”. Honestly, I have been looked down more from Muslim women than I have non-Muslim women. Sad, ain’t it? Some people are quick to give “advice” to someone without even knowing the whole situation. And some of those people are even faster to make themselves feel like they are in a higher place than the other because they gave that “critical” advice. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t advise people, not at all. What I’m saying is that if you don’t like that I post about this kind of makeup or that kind of high heels or this kind of fashion then I shouldn’t post about it at all.

***This blog is made out of my own likes and dislikes, experiences, up’s and down’s and is made to cater to all women regardless or race, religion, personal preference, whatever. I’m not trying to stick to one specific type of female but instead all women. If there is something that displeases you because of your personal tastes, know that it was something that was pleasing to me first and you don’t have to like, share or follow me.

🙂

The Legend Of Zelda ^_^

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Small Zelda collection. The manga comics are from our local library.

One of my most favorite games EVER is the franchise of The Legend Of Zelda (LOZ). For those that don’t know, LOZ was created by Shingeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka that was developed by Nintendo. Now, this blog isn’t to inform you of who made the games, why and when but to inform you of my love for the game, if you’re interested.

Most people like playing a great game from time to time and as for me, one of those games is LOZ. I can remember being a kid and playing “A Link To The Past” with my little brother. When I look back on it now, I smile because of all the nostalgia that surrounds it. We never beat the game but we always had fun playing it together. To this day I never actually beat the game (sigh), but my son did…multiple times, haha.

Another favorite of mine is the Ocarina Of Time (OOT). That game I did beat! (go me! ^_^ ) That was one that I did beat in my high school years, senior year to be exact, over 10 years ago now. There was just something about that game that kind of sucked me in and allowed me to feel as if I was in the characters shoes. I actually loved that game so much that I thought that it would be a grand idea to try and write a story that took place after Link defeated Ganon. In the story Link grew up and him and Malon got married and she was excepting. In the middle of the night, Link received a message from Zelda (much like the one from “A Link To The Past”) saying that she was yet again, in trouble. The story goes on from there but I can’t remember it too well. I bet if I put a lot of effort into looking for it, I could find it.

I’ve played “Spirits Tracks” on the DS but I really didn’t like it that much. I guess I’m used to the console and paddle way.

The most recent LOZ game that I played was “Twilight Princess” and that one by far, is my ultimate favorite! The soundtrack, the way the characters look, the story line is amazing! Just beautiful!

But the one that caught my attention the most would have to be Majora’s Mask. I had this game but only played it for just a few days because it was borrowed. So I never got a chance to really emerge myself into it like the ones listed above. The overall mystery and sadness that come in this game can really make you think, if you’re into games that is. If you are one to theorize about different things then you might like this video about Link being dead in MM. But this is just a theory. 😉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S1SVkysIRw

If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, this video might. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO4CBAAWqpw This video claims that Link didn’t actually die but entered a parallel universe. Both are pretty cool imo.

Regardless of the videos or games that will be released, I will always be a LOZ fan! (I’m 29) >_<