About

Hi there, fellow blog readers! Welcome aboard my train of Thoughts In Harmony, where I set my creativity free and out into the global blogosphere. I hope to entertain, inspire, encourage faith in God, make people laugh, and decrease boredom levels. Therefore, I hope my random thoughts and life events are interesting enough for you – and if they’re not, I am sorry.

The girl babbling on behind the screen is named Nicole and I am 16 years old. I’m a Catholic homeschooler from the Land Down Under who loves the Lord, sings way too much, has the ability to act unreasonably outgoing and juvenile, enjoys doing pretty much anything related to music and of course…(insert mushy but very true statement here), being God’s faithful daughter. 🙂

Matthew 6:33. Jeremiah 29:11. Proverbs 31:30.

So…you’re sitting there scratching your head because you have no clue why my blog is called Thoughts In Harmony. Shall I relieve you of your constant wondering? Okay okay I will.

Thoughts – yep, blogs are basically for writing your thoughts in, or for writing about anything roaming around your creative mind at that moment in time. Quite understandable.

In Harmony – I wanted to add a ‘musical’ term into my blog title because I’m a musician. “Thoughts In Harmony” could mean thoughts that fit together really well, or thoughts that, when combined, could give an interesting point. So yeah.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my blog. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

To God be the glory ✞

6 thoughts on “About

  1. You’re very privileged to be able to be home schooled! Of course, missing out on some of the “shared experiences” that everyone else has – but it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. You can develop freely without the pressure of conforming to the the school environment and some of the unhealthy ideals and activities!

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    1. Thank you for the comment! Yes that is true – and it’s all thanks to my parents. Homeschooling enables students to learn in an environment where they don’t have to do what their peers are doing or get influenced by them – they learn at their own pace and foster their talents doing other activities, and our faith in the Lord is very important. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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