I'm Back

It's good to be back to the blog world. It's been so long since I've been on here. So I'll just list some of the main things I've been doing, they are as follows- cooking, schooling, eating, dulcimering, reading, working, etc. I went, a while back, with my uncle Ryan bow hunting for elk near the end of September which was a fantastic experience. We went for 4 days in the woods and got into the elk every day. Thank you so much Uncle Ryan. I also did a little recording I did with my teacher (Glenn Freese) on the hammered dulcimer and him on the guitar. I started a class with my father (well not just me but Kaila, Karissa, Alex, David, Destiny, Collin, Devin, Anna, Ellie, and Emma) called A Workman approved by God which is by Mark Keilar. We've been learning about Hermeneutics. I've also been reading two awesome books which are The Children Of Hurin by J.R.R. Tolkien and Rise Of The Dibor by Christopher Hopper. Both these books are very well written and I advise you to take a look at them. The first one is the book that inspired me to write a book which I've been doing. I still am not sure on the title but it may be Unknown Age. Now don't think I'm going to start posting just because I posted ;)
See you soon (maybe) bye


Victoria said...

Glad you posted, Kolten.



John said...

Sounds like you have been very busy. Always wondered how your Elk trip turned out. Glad you had fun. How is your ping-pong game coming?

Ginger said...

Will be looking for your book on the Best Sellers List once published!!!!!

Vickie said...

Wow Kolten you have been busy. Glad you had a nice time with your Uncle Ryan.

Anonymous said...

Wow!! You have been busy. No one can blame you for not posting. Hope the book is going well.
Creighton Deems

Grandma of Many said...

Kolten, I am proud of all you have been accomplishing. I can't wait to read your book and I was so glad to hear that you are reading, recording, cooking, hunting etc. etc. You are busy and plus you didn't mention karate. You are growing to be a very accomplished young man. Love you, Grandma Dot