Friday, September 26, 2008

Dear Mr. Obama

I agree a lot with the person in this video. The war we are fighting in Iraq isn't just about us. It's more about helping the citizens of Iraq out who live in a world of terrorism. There was a time in the civil war where a group of politics compained that we should of ended the civil war. Imagine what it would be like today if we were still a seperated nation. It defintly wouldn't be a good thing.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Labled Knee

I wrote this on my knee during youth group the other night and as a result a ton of people at school have asked me why I labeled my knee. I labeled it so I have enough space in my brain to remember the more important things.

Recently, at lunch, at school, the people of our table have found a new source of entertainment. In exchange for food, we get my best friend, Sam, to go over to another table and do something weird. Today in exchange for some dry Cinnamon cereal, we got him to go over to the table with an apple, Sing "I've been dreaming of a true love's kiss." Take a bite of the apple and pretend to faint. I had a good laugh. Their responds, one of them came over and yelled at me and said to stop sending him over because he was getting annoying.

In English we have to write a memoir for school. So I was thinking. My blog consists of almost 80 memoirs. So what's stopping me from just copying one of my posts, not like I'm planning of doing that or anything.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Hit by Ike

Last night we had a pretty big storm with pretty high winds. However, it felt like a relief since it had been so hot yesterday. I woke up to find our yard covered with branches and the whole sidewalk from my house to the school was all covered in branches. At school everyone had their own story. Half the kids had lost power and one of my teachers had a tree fall on her husband's new car. It turned out that it was really Ike. As soon as it hit hit Houston it sped up to about 30 mph coming strait in our direction. Luckily it had died down to a tropical storm so the wind speed wasn't so high.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Food Court Musical

Lately this movie has been a big hit in our house. We are now constantly singing parts from this movie so I just had to put it of the blog.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

6 great facts about me

I will now amaze you all and post six facts about me cause I was tagged by aunt rachel.

I have simplefied the rules down to

1. write 6 facts about yourself

I hope no one minds.
1. I know most of the songs on my playlists so well that I often get side tracked while reading other peoples posts as I start to mouth the words.
2. I live in a broken home. Literally. Everything in our house seems broken. Camera, laptop keyboard, paint pealing off the side of the house, ext...
3. My best friend laughs at everything I say, even things that weren't meant to be funny.
4. I like to run, swim, and bike which gives me a great oppertunity to become a triatholete.
5. I talk to myself a lot. Sometimes even in public. For some reason it helps me think better. I often give myself directions telling how to do something or narrate my actions.
6. I walk/bike a mile no matter what (aside from broken feet and really cold weather) to school, rain or shine.
P.S. I'm really bad at spelling. This post I decided not to fix anything with spell check. Can you guess how many things the spell check said were spelled wrong?

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Book Covers

True students make their own bookcovers for school.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Slugs (or Macoroni)

This is simply just a piece of macoroni that both my dad and I thought looked like a slug. I certinly like the taste of this slug!

Friday, September 5, 2008

First two school days

Yesterday and today were my first days of school. Overall they were fun and I have friends in a lot of my classes. However, I am not so happy that I have to wake up 3 hours earlier than usually and I am really looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow.

I have decided to tell you about each of my classes and their teachers.

Advisory/homeroom: Advisory is fun. However this year we have a lot of kids in it. There is about 30 kids and we have trouble seating everyone.
Mrs. Hakewell
Rating out of ten- 7

English: English is okay. I really don't have any friends in this class. It sounds like we are going to do some fun things.
Mrs. Rodzinka
Rating- 6

Social Studies: Again I really don't have any friends in this. However the teacher sounds really fun.
Teacher- Mr. Simpson
Rating- 7

French- It is almost exactly the same as my class last year and last year we had a lot of fun. However we have a different teacher.
Teacher- Mr. Roux
Rating- 8

Technology- I also had this teacher last year. However this year our teacher is pregnant and we have another teacher observing ready to fill in when she leaves. She's really nice but I don't have really any friends in it.
Teacher- (I currently am having a brain block and can't remember her name)
Rating- 7

Math- I think this years teacher is a lot easier to understand then my last years teacher. Last year the teacher went so fast I had no idea what the information was about.
Teacher- Mrs. Robbins
Rating- 7

Science-The teacher is really nice and has a good sense of humor. I also have Sam in this class.
Teacher- Mrs. Fusco

It's pretty good especially since the average rating is 7 so it's not like I hate any of the classes and I pretty much like them all.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Last day of summer

Today is the last day of summer and I still have a few supplies to get. In order to saver the moments of summer we had left, Sam and I slept out in a tent in Sam's backyard and watched the third Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Cross country started yesterday, and because of School, homework, cross country and various youth groups it will be harder to post. I will post when I can but I won't be able to post on a lot of Tuesdays, Thursdays and some Fridays.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Labor Day!

Yesterday, our family took off to go to my Aunt Martha's house for labor day. There Jim was visiting from Minnesota.