I Love All Different Seasons

This was my blog when I was five and six.

Saturday, March 10, 2007


Laura and her family traveled by covered wagon to Wisconsin, Kansas, Minnesota, Dakota. Her family is so graet Ma Pa Mary Carry Grace. Laura helps Ma as much as she can but she still can have time to play with Mary. Laura likes when Pa plays the fiddel. She also likes when Ma cuts out paper dolls.

Sunday, February 18, 2007


Grease is a good movie. There are lots of songs in it. Here's a list of some of the songs:

1. Summer Loving
2. You're the One That I Want
3. Greased Lightning
4. Hopelessly Devoted to You

My favorite song is Summer Loving. Here's how it goes:

Summer lovin' had me a blast
Summer lovin' happened so fast
I met a girl crazy for me
I met a boy cute as could be

Summer days driftin' away
To uh-oh those summer nights
Tell me more, tell me more
Did you get very far?
Tell me more, tell me more
Like does he have a car?


Tell me more, tell me more
Was it love at first site?
Tell me more, tell me more
Did she put up a fight?
Took her bowling in the arcade
We went strolling, drank lemonade
We made out under the dock
We stayed up until ten o'clock

Monday, January 15, 2007

I Have a Dream

I have a dream that some day the whole world will live in peace. No war and no fight. Everyone will be nice and will make the world a peaceful place. Everyone will fight with words and no hands. Everyone will be nice and happy. I have a dream that everyone will get along in a nice way. In schools, there will not just be all kinds of kids from different places, there will be all kinds of teachers from different places, and in just one school there will be at least one person from every place in the world. People will learn all different languages and visit all different places. When they visit all different places, no matter if they are black or white, they will be nice to whoever lives there. I have a dream that in a family everyone in the family will be from a different place.

Friday, December 22, 2006

The Holiday Celebration

Hanukkah and Christmas are very different. They do different things. They prepare differently. On Hanukkah, you play dreidels and eat latkes and chocolate gelt. On Christmas, you have a Christmas tree. But it makes sense for them to be different because they're totally different holidays.

The story of Hanukkah. The Jews didn't obey the king. So the king decided to destroy their temple. Then they fought until they won! Since they won, they decided to rebuild their temple and that's how Hanukkah became Hanukkah.

Hanukkah and Christmas are both very important holidays to the people that celebrate them.

There is some stuff that are the same.
1. They both are a holiday.
2. They both have a story to how they happened.
3. The people that celebrate them get very happy.

Stuff that are different about Hanukkah and Christmas:
1. Christmas has songs for it. Hanukkah has games and songs.
2. Hanukkah you have a menorah.

Stuff about the menorah.
1. On the menorah there is a shammas.
2. There are eight candles on the menorah. With the shammas, it makes nine.
3. The shammas lights the eight candles. Every night you light another candle.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

The Alphabet Post

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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

A List of Facts About Me

  • I'm five years old.
  • I go to T---- School.
  • I am in kindergarten.
  • My classroom's name is K-3.
  • My birthday is in December.
  • The date of my birthday is December 21st.
  • Every day usually is fun for me.
  • My favorite sport is swimming and soccer.
  • My favorite special in school is gym.
  • My favorite activity in free time is art.
  • I like to do the monkey bars in school at recess.

I Feel All Different Ways When My Parents Come to School

I feel happy. I feel proud. I feel excited. I like it when my parents come to school. It is fun.

My mom comes to school to help out. My dad comes to school to cook. Today my dad came to school. It is October 10th, 2006.

My mom is going to come to school and help with writing once a month. My dad is going to come to school and help with writing once a month too.

Monday, October 09, 2006

What To Do With Leaves In Fall

1. Rake piles of leaves.

2. Jump in piles of leaves that you raked.

3. Throw them.

4. Kick them.

5. Jump over piles of leaves.