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Waiting For Melody

BEEP! Two more weeks until Melody! Two more weeks until Melody! Two more.....

Oops! I forgot to make the Hump Day Shoutout yesterday! In that case, it's to Charlotte, North Carolina because my friend Madison was my 300th subbie!


Cue the hour-loop of Jeopardy music!

Fourteen days might seem like a LONG, LONG, LONG time. So, here are 14 ways to pass the time!

1- Play one of the games or puzzles on this site. There will be more games and puzzles coming out each day leading up to Melody's release!

2- Learn a new skill.

3- Watch all of the Basilmentos stopmotions ever made. Here's my favorite Basilmentos movie, Midsummer Magic.

4- Step outside. You will never know what you can find!

5- Play American Girl store. Set up all of your dolls and doll clothes and pretend to shop! You can have a sibling or friend play with you, or for more fun, make a clothing store for your dolls!

6- Learn about your family history. You will discover new things about yourself, just like Jess, the 2006 Girl of the Year!

7- Make a stop motion.

8- Try to see how many seconds you can hold your feet up without falling.

9- Go to the movies. Some movies I recommend seeing are Finding Dory and The Secret Life Of Pets.

10- Count how many steps are on each of your staircases.

11- Find your old toys and stuffed animals and sell them on eBay or Craigslist. You will get money to spend on Melody stuff!

12- Watch the oldest AGTube stuff you can find. Here is the first AGTube video ever, Annabeth Makes A Movie by xmollygirlx. It came out on September 30, 2007. xMollyGirlx left in 2010.

13- Go for a day without electronics.

14- Watch the Melody Release Party on the SM Network starting on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at 11:30 pm Eastern, 10:30 pm Central!

What will you do off this list! I'll try at least 5!

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