About Elyse

A pinch of strange, a dash of awkardness, a sprinkle of craziness, and everything nice…….

I like fashion and anything a typical teenage girl would like.

Please leave a comment if you like my blog but do not leave any nasty/ inappropriate ones because I will be massively disturbed and I would delete it.

Keep following my blog to learn more about me…




  1. Sandy Lin · April 14, 2012

    Hey I’m having fun reading your blog!:)

  2. meganbblogs · August 14, 2012

    You should check out my blog., 🙂

  3. Charlie Butts · November 30, 2012

    Hi Elyse , We have a newly launched blog, takingonthegiant.com about young people, past and present who change the world. I want to follow your fine blog and hope you might be interested in following ours. We have landed into the middle of a big story and we thought you might like to become involved. Last year, Anjali Appadurai, a student at The College of the Atlantic, managed to address all the senior delegates at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change which was held in South Africa. Her brief, awesome speech got world-wide attention. But since the simple clear voice of a youth severely challenged the delegates in a way some of the more powerful members did not want to hear, at this year’s Conference in Doha, Qatar, Anjali has been kicked out. This the student who has been dubbed the youth voice of civil society. Imagine, being over in the Middle East, thousands of miles from home and being intimidated by Security officials. But she has kept her cool and the youth there supporting her have written a polite letter demanding her reinstatement. However, if Anjali is not reinstated, there most certainly will be an effort to mobilize young people around the world to support her. If you could take three minutes and link to her speech from last year and decide if you don’t agree that she is a powerful voice representing the youth of the world: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko3e6G_7GY4. If you do agree with us, (and tens of thousands of others) consider doing a story either by linking to our website (or just steal from it, we don’t care) to inform and involve your considerable followers. Young people dream of a better world but worry that it might not be… this is a way they can act on their dreams. If you have any question, we would be happy to provide any assistance possible.
    Charlie Butts

  4. fierygurl · June 28, 2013

    Aha awesome intro! Followed Elyse because you sound pretty cool to me. Your posts are very entertaining to read 🙂 x I’m kinda a new girl here so mind checking out my blog? I’ve only posted one thing but it’d be awesome if you had a look 🙂
    Lots of love,
    Gurlonfire x

    • elyseksommer · June 30, 2013

      Hi! Welcome to the world of blogging! Thanks for reading my posts! I’ll definitely check out your blog. I’m glad you like my posts.

  5. Paulina Czarnecki · July 29, 2013

    Nice blog, I like your theme. 🙂

  6. ysabeltan · May 19, 2014

    Hi Elyse! Really interesting blog you have! I just started out in wordpress and it would really make my day if you could check out my blog :)Thanks! http://iysabelled.wordpress.com/

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