We went to the petting zoo. There were horses and two kangaroos. We saw a peacock. We had lots and lots of fun. We got some food for the animals on the ground. We fed the animals. I don’t have a favorite, but I liked them all.
On Sunday, a friend said we could pick cherries from her cherry tree. We were told they were canning cherries.
We went this morning. They taste yummy yum! We picked and picked and picked. We had lots of fun. We weighed them and they weighed about ten pounds!
We had a soccer game this morning. We did good. We had fun.
We are going to have pepperoni pizza or ham and pineapple pizza. I have a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting and ice cream. Andrea, Mark and Adrian are decorating my cake. I don’t know what it looks like. They gave me some purple frosting. It tastes go-oo–od!
I like horses. So Momma took us to see some horse statues in Lexington.
Piglet was my favorite! She got a pie in the face because she got the most money at the play (they were raising money for the drama team by voting for favorite characters).
Thank you Oma and Opa for taking us!
P.S.Â We had our first Upward Soccer game.Â I did a GREAT, Great, Great job. Our team worked hard and lost 5 to 7. I am looking to our next game.
Andrea and I have our first soccer game this Saturday, 1 May at 10:00. Mark’s first game is this week too (at 9:00), but he will probably miss it because he has his Pinewood Derby Race at the Elkhart Plaza.Â We do not know if we will see his race, though we will watch them set up.
Hope to see you at Nortside Church of the Nazarene to cheer us on! Our games are most every Saturday for the next two months.
At the end we got a water bottle and my uniform and some socks.
Then we got home and we tried on all of our stuff. Momma took a picture of us. We played a funny soccer game.Â Me and Andrea just won! Then weÂ had our “victory ice cream”!
Soccer is going to be fun!
My games will be on Saturdays at 10:00 starting 1 May 2010.
Auntie Angelique asked if Andrea and I could come over and spend the night. We made some pizza and had cheese sandwiches with crackers instead of bread. We watched Parent Trap (with Haley Mills).Â My friend Ianna came over too.
We all slept together in a big bed. Uncle Sam had to read The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe because we had trouble getting to sleep.
I woke up and then I took a shower. Then we ate breakfast, bread and eggs and BACON! Then it was time to go.
It was FUN! Fun, Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!
Before we got there she mixed some lye with water. It is dangerous! It looked like crystals. Then she let it cool.
We used a scale and added olive oil, coconut oil and palm oil together. We had to be accurate on the amounts used. We melted it on the stove and then I mixed it to cool it down.Â Mark held the thermometer.
The next morning we went to Mrs. Klaussen’s house and took it out of the molds and cut it. One of the soaps has “recycle” on it. That’s my favorite.
We now let the soap sit for three days because it is poisonous. It is very acidy and could hurt you. We have to use plastic gloves to touch it. In three days we turn it and let it air out some more. We have to let it air for three to six weeks before using it.
By Audrey, age 3 (26 September 2007)
I put the Cheerios in the bowl. Five bowls from downstairs. I come upstairs with the bowls. I put some Cheerios in there. A lot of Cheerios!
I ran away with them. I was going to MacDonalds. I ran away again. Then I ran away lots of times. I ran some moreâ€¦Some Cheerios ran away too with me. I hold the Cheerios and ran away with them to MacDonalds.
I really a lot and a lot like lots of Cheerios.
I donâ€™t have any more. I not do it anymore.