We are going to go to Mark’s soccer game, then to Nana’s house and then we are going to Uncle Phil’s graduation.Â It’s at Bethel College.
Good job, Uncle Phil.Â I love you!
I like them.Â There were “Heart’s Blood”Â (Bleeding Hearts), Tulips, and Daffodils.Â Â My favorite are the Heart’s Blood.
We think it was Auntie Angelique or Uncle Sam.
Today is my half birthday and I am sick!
I am 7 and a half.Â Momma says that I am officially 7 and a half because I was born at 6:05!
I got sick because Mark got sick.Â I have a fever, a head ache and a cough.Â I feel like crying because I feel bad.
Some good things for my half birthday.Â I get ice cream and brownie!Â It sounds good.Â We got to watch the second Acts movie.Â I don’t know what my favorite part it.Â Momma is reading us Gooney Bird Greene.Â She was late for school and she also did some stories about her.Â I want to finish the book now.
I hope I feel better tomorrow.
Today I went to the eye doctor.Â I don’t need glasses!Â Hooray!
The nurse took a picture of my eyes and then made me read the numbers.Â I got some hot chocolate.Â The eye doctor said the picture of my eyes look good!
Then we went to Grandma and GrandpasÂ house.
Then we went to the Bookworm.Â Â That is a place where we buy books.Â I got a dolly book and a Sea Princess book.
Then we went out to eat.Â I ate pizza and a breadstick.Â I drank lots of pop!
Then we went home.Â We played and then cleaned and now I am finishing my blog.
My best part of the day was going out to eat!Â Then the bookstore.
A Thanksgiving Poem
By Andrea (with a itty bitty help from Mark and Audrey)
“Gobble Gobble”, said the turkey.
Help me, I think that I am in a trap!
Men are coming with knives over here.
I don’t know why…Oh no, they are cooking me!
“This turkey is delicious”, said the people.
The beans and smashed potatoes–not for me!,
Turkey, turkey and more turkey!
I am thankful for cats, my family, my friends, Grandma and Grandpa, Oma and Opa and Uncles and Aunts.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Yesterday, Mark and Daddy fixed my bike!Â They had to fix my wheel because it was broken.Â It had a little hole in it.
Mark did a good job!Â Thank you, Mark!
Today is Opa’s Birthday.Â Go on Opa’s blog and please write him a note because today is his birthday.Â I don’t know how old he is.
Happy Birthday Opa.Â I love you!
The ingredients are a bowl, eggs, oil, water, and flour.Â You put the flour in the bowl and then you put the eggs in the bowl.Â Then the water in the bowl.Â And then the oil.Â You mix it good.Â Then we let the dough sit for awhile.
We put a little bit of flour on the noodle maker and a little on the counter.Â Mark went first, he rolled the noodles.Â Then Audrey did the same thing as Mark.Â Then Adrian did the same thing.Â I took pictures of it because it is his first time spinning the wheel.Â Then it was my turn and Momma took pictures of me.
We put the noodles in a pot of boiling water.Â They cook fast!Â Then we ate them with turkey broth and carrots.Â I liked them!Â I like the skinny noodles!
Then we logged on to Chore Wars.Â I don’t know how Daddy got it on there, it is where the firefox was.Â Then we can log on and if you did something, you can say what you did and you get points.Â You have these little people that are characters of you.
We are earning points for going out to eat!Â I don’t know how many points we need, I forgot, something like around 30?Â It is a lot though!
Yesterday night, the boys went to Scouts. We made Rice Crispy Treats. We ate some little marshmallows. Then Momma said, “I have some big marshmallows.” We said, “yes, please!”
After we ate them, Adrian climbed down and he got into mischief! Maybe he pulled one of the chairs–he is strong enough to–then Adrian got the scissors. Or maybe the scissors were at the edge of the counter and he got them. Then he cut some little squares. Now he just needs to learn how to make some pictures.
First Momma melted some marshmallows in butter. Me and Audrey put the Rice Crispy in the dish and then I got to mix it! Then we poured it into the pan with the marshmallows. We ate some and smooched it down into the cake thing a majiggy. Then we put the chocolate chips on. We held it and it was finished. We just needed to cook it to melt the chocolate chips. Then Momma took a knife and buttered the chocolate, like you have bread and you want to put the butter on it. But it was Rice Crispy Treats and you put chocolate on it.
Momma cut it and then we let it sit a little. Then we ate it while Momma read to us.
I liked it!
Seven pictures, just like how old I am!
Today I went out with Daddy.Â Yesterday was my birthday.Â We always have a date when it is your birthday.
This time we went to Hobby Lobby.Â I was nervous.Â We looked for ear rings in the jewelry section.
Daddy (you might call Allan) asked the payer to get my ears pierced at Claires.Â I was nervous and excited.Â I really wanted my ears pierced.Â I really wanted to for a long time.Â Momma and Daddy said “no, no, no, because I wasn’t responsible!”Â Because I am responsible, they let me get them today.
I picked out my earrings, they are pink with flowers.Â When I got on the chair, she gave me a teddy bear.Â She said the teddy bear had her ears pierced! The earrings were gold sparkly.Â Â It was a black teddy bear.
Then she colored with a pen on my ears and said that is where the holes are going to be.Â Â Daddy looked at it.Â Then she put the earrings in something and then held it up to my ear and then poked it into my ear.Â Then did the other ear.
It hurt!Â I didn’t cry.
I got a free one and another pair that was not free.Â One was with butterflies, pink and purple.Â Those ones were the free ones.Â The others were strawberries.Â I picked one out for Momma.Â Momma’s is a flower like mine, but with different color petals.
The ear piercer gave me some ear cleaner medicine to help my ears get better.Â She also put some on my ears.
Then we went to the Refinery coffee shop.Â We got a big package for the coffee shop at church.Â I got a bagel at Panera Bread.Â Then we got ice cream at Cold Stone.Â Mine had strawberries and blueberries.Â Daddy had a double coffee something.Â We couldn’t eat it all so we brought it home.
I gave Momma her earrings and she said “do you want me to put these on my ears?”Â I said, “yes”.Â Momma and me are wearing our earrings.
I have to clean them three times a day with cotton or a Q-tip. Â I have to have clean hands.Â She said to twist them and wiggle them back and forth every time I put the medicine on.Â I can’t play with my ears unless my hands are washed clean.
Momma and Daddy said that I can only wear little earrings.Â They have to be sterling silver or gold so my ears don’t get infected.Â But I can’t change it until another month.
I like my new earrings!