Sunday, July 16, 2006

Firework Palooza! wIth only one day at the Palooza!

Two weeks ago I rode on a ferry boat to see the fireworks up close because they were supposed to be on the water. And there was music that my dad really liked. I thought I would get seasick but I didn't. And once we watched the fireworks we went to the car and prepared for the next day.

The next day, we went to a carnival-like thing where they would have fireworks. And my dad's favorite band was playing there. I even rode on a mechancial bull. One time I stayed on for quite a while, but one time I jumped off because it did not feel good. And I got a balloon, but I let go and actually it was tied to my dad's bag and it got loose and flew away. And we saw a lumberjack show, where they had to cut wood and walk on logs. Not computer logs! They would have to walk over a computer to do that! And we went to this carnival part where there's rides. First I went on the thing that has a wall that you're supposed to climb, and these strings and there's two slides and once you go through the first slide you have to go up some stairs to go onto the two bridges. They are right next to each other, and then once you have gone through the second bridge you go on the slide (the second slide, that is). And I went into this Candyland thing, and I even bumped into my nose.And I went on the same thing (not the Candyland thing) again. But I didt want to go on this old taxi thing, but it wasn't working. So I went on this tiger thing which is a slide, but it''s hard to climb. And I think that's how I got my burnt arm. It hurts every time someone touches it, but I got used to the sting. And once I got off the tiger thing, we had to leave to watch the fireworks.

The last day it was the best fireworks show ever! And we even got the best seat there is. My dad even was even holding me so I get a better view, but he was holding me too tight so I couldn't have blood go to my feet. And my feet didn't feel good, so I had to tell him to put me down. But he picked me up so I could see the best parts. And my feet feel good today!

And at summer school, I was a narrator, another narrator, and George Washington. And I didn't forget to have a nice clear voice. So everybody could hear me. I didn't want to be a bad narrator or George Washington.

The End -- was one of my lines. And now it's time for the real -- THE END

of this blog, at least.

Saturday, September 17, 2005

The Acting Class Day, but not really for a day, only 45 minutes

Hola, fooooooooooolks! ha, ha, ha. Richard slaps his knee. My acting class was purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrfect. Gasping for air. bkbkbkbkbkbkbkbkbk. I made statues in acting class, and made funny poses. I wanted to do one but the teacher said we shouldn't do it. She was afraid that people would get super super hurt, or damaged. I tried to do a halfcartwheel and land on my knees and slide down. Well, it wasn't too much slide down.

Today's date is 9/17/05. Happy Birthday, Daddy!!!! When you read this, it won't be your birthday. I am super super proud of you. Because you're taking schoooooool! Which is cooooool! At least that's what I'm saying.

I made a pose right after the statue part. First bend down to put knee down. Slide it down a little until seated on the ground. Put your other leg over it, and do anything on top, like make a funny face, or twist your fingers, and just pretend you're hoping for good luck.

See you later!

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

The Day When I Visitied One of my Aunts

I visited my Aunt Suzi once. It was real fun. We ate and picked her up from the airport--not dropped--picked. Tapping noises. We also saw Aunt Suzi's friend, no one else that we knew. Maybe you could see her dad. I had soup, sandwich, fries, pickles. ....... ... ...

Signing off folks. This is like saying stuff to you, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,vreally, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really,really, really, really FUN! SUPER FUN! It was really super fun.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

A Day with Austin and my Dad and Austin's Mom

Well, it's me folks. I've got another story. And Rick, do you really think I should call these my wacky adventures? Say yes or no if we ever see each other, or you can just call us on the phone. Or use another comment.

I went to Austin's house with my dad on Saturday. I had lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun! I really did a lots of fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun. He allowed me to play on the computer. It was really fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun.
It really was really fun. It really fun. Oh, I just love to make up songs! And Sharon gave me some Burger Kings meals, and so did my dad get some too. I played Mucha Lucha games. It's about a wrestling show. It's based on a wrestling show, which is Mucha Lucha. I also went onto the Proud Family. It's a game where you're supposed to blast these guys so you get to another level. I also played other games too. One of the other games was called "Puff's Roller Skating Problems, " or something like that. And one of the other games was called "Puff's Sand Castle, " and I am sure it was called that. And I also played on stitches.com. It's one of the the games was called this weird guy's lap, where you can create Stitches' own brother or sister. And there this one where you try to stack this big sandwich, but don't try to get the bad things on like a big nasty boot or fish bones. You can get bacon in your sandwich, but try to avoid evil yucky stuff, like a yucky, ucky , really icky steak. You can get clean steak on it, but not that kind of steak.

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm. Steaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak! Mmmmmmmmmmmmm, more steak. Bleah, it tastes horrible! Isn't that funny? Or what?

Adios to all of you. It was nice for my mom to write on the blog for me. I always do the saying. And it's really nice for all of you to do the comments. It was really, really nice of you to do all those for me. I just love this blog. Let's publish my blog, Mom!

Friday, August 12, 2005

A Day without Power for a Few Hours or a Few Minutes

Hey, folks. When I went to my babysitter's, I could only watch TV for a while. But Javi changed it so I couldn't watch what I wanted to watch. Javi never watched commercial, so he always changes it onto a different show. When the power went out, it was really weird. Everyone only had water. The only thing we had was water; that's what I mean.

The power went out because one of the poles that holds those wires burnt down really fast, but half of it was drooping. Some people came; they were in a green thing over their regular clothes, so it was hard to tell who they were, except for one piece, the green piece with a little black on them. They were talking to Abuela, and then to some of the rest of the family. It took a while, and then some of Javi's friends came over with some of their games. Someone from the family asked me if I wanted a nap. And then I went onto to where they allowed me to sleep, which actually was supposed to be to take a nap. I wasn't going to live on the bed for the entire night!

Then some of the people went out of the house, into the car, and drove somewhere--I didn't know where. I was supposed to keep Mama Teri with some company. And I did. Mama Teri was very upset. And so was Buddy. EAch time she gets upset, Buddy gets really upset with her. Well, I don't know why. And I was trying to get some sleep, but then I heard a noise. I looked at a little clock where there was supposed to be a light on there when it was on. When I looked at it, there was! But then it ran right down. Then it showed numbers on it; it was a digital one. And then I looked at Mama Teri's little thing under the TV. It had a little green light on it. Then I ran to tell Mama Teri, which I was supposed to go right to the next room. So it didn't take that long. I tell her and she comes with me inside her room again. She might be shocked about that. I couldn't wait until the rest of them got there. So I could tell them that I found out when the electricity came on. When they came, I did tell them. But the boys found out after I told Karla. I didn't tell them, but when I came to tell them, they already knew the electricity was on. Then they wanted to play games. The first one was with a guy in green. You might already know what game this is. And Dad, you can ask Austin all about him. That is, if he will allow you to say what you're asking him. I watched it for a little, but when my mom came, that's when we left. And that's how we got here. Before this, we were eating. It was really fun writing on my blog, even though my mom was doing it. And it was really nice of her to write down my blog for me. Because it would take me like nine hours to do this! My very long blog is why it would take me a long, long, long, long,long time! Adios, folks! Which really means, Bye, folks! It was really nice doing this with you. It's like talking to you except for hearing your voice, and you can't hear my voice either. Which makes it equal with hearing voices. And folks, this really is my longest blog. It took my mom a while to type it down for you guys, we really should be going soon. which is really close to going now. This is one of my very favorite things to do, writing on my blog! Ha ha ha.

Sunday, July 24, 2005

A Great Day

Hi folks. I've been with my Grandma and Grandpa today. I had a lot of fun. We went to Applebee's and I got this balloon. When I got outside the building, I named it Jr. And my dad came with us. And so did my mom. We had a great time there. Then we went to my Grandma and Grandpa's hotel. I played there and watched TV. I even helped Grandpa carry the bags inside. I even said I loved them when it was time to go. Grandpa always makes me laugh.. Sometimes he even chews my ear! It sounds pretty weird, but you'll get used to it. And when I left we headed for Rahco. Actually we went to get to Burger King, then Rahco. I'm always hungry! Well, not always hungry. And that's when I start writing my blog!

So that's how I went writing on my blog. It was seeing you guys. Wait, I can't see you from inside the computer. I can't even get inside the computer, so how can I see you. I would say it's nice writing to you guys, but that would be my mom, as usual. Bye guys--it was nice blogging! Adios mis amigos!

Thursday, July 21, 2005

The Day Me and Mom Got Through, Which is Today

Hi Folks! Me and Mom got through the day, well, not all of the day. Me and Mom had a long day. We woke up at first, as usual I get dropped off at Mama Teri's. As most kids do what they do at summer, do what they do best, which is mostly watch TV. And eat stuff. And I ate rice there. And I read a book for homework. You might think that that's all, but I do have homework this summer. My mom just signs me up for stuff. Like reading, camp, Spanish and computers, and vacation Bible school. And when I was done, me and mom went to Kidsnips. Kidsnips is where you go to get your hair cut, and you even get to watch TV or play games while you get your hair cut. And when you're done, you get to get toys. There's a treasure chest where you can even get candy! And after that we went a place to eat. We spent a while there while we were eating. Well, everyone knows people eat at an eating place! And then we came to Rahco. But now I have to ask my mother what we're going to do next. Actually, I meant Mom. And after that we're doing my blog now, so we're going to go home after I play a couple of computer games, and then -- GO HOME!

And then we'll sleep, and then we'll wake up again. And the day goes on.

Adios, mis amigos y amigas! And it was nice typing on the computer, even though my mom did all the typing. Well, Folks, I guess it's time to say goodbye. Adios, Mis Amigos y Amigas! I meant to put that down even though my mom did it. It was nice talking to you people, even though we were writing. Actually, it was my mom doing the writing. Bye!