Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Around the House

"So the day that I took my picture of my watch that I had, I remember what it looks like and what time it says on it when I have to wake up. That day it was Sunday and I didn't like church. so, I went to church, I had fun and came home." - E.

On swimming lessons: "Today I have two swimming lessons. The first day I didn't like it because of Joni [head teacher]. I like my teachers now. I learn to swim and I like learning to swim. I also like doing new things at swimming lessons. Yesterday I learned to hug the kickboard and go on my back in the water and kick, kick, kick. And also I learned how to hold the kickboard, the front of it under my arm and the back of it under my other arm and close to my body" - E.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

My Ohio trip

We went to Ohio this summer to see Grandma and Papo's sealing.
We got to take lots of pictures (including camera to camera) and it was really fun.
I took pictures of Aunt Kathy, Jesica, and Grandma and Papo in their temple suits.
This is Aunt Kathy playing with my sister
Also I got to go get superman icecream.
Then we went to a restaurant.

Here are my photos...
Papo showed me karate.
We went to a park there. This is a tire tube.

Thursday, July 10, 2008


If you get sprayed by a skunk, take a bath with bubbly soap in it, and put tomato juice all over yourself.  If I ever saw a skunk, I'd run in the house until it would go past.  I do like that they have a white line down their back and tail, because I like those colors- black and white.

One time, I saw a Curious George on TV.  George saw a skunk and when George and the man with the yellow hat went back to the city, George told the lobby owner that he got sprayed by a skunk 4 times.  Cool, huh?  The skunk came home in their picnic basket and Curious George left it in the elevator.  Someone, a lady, took it out and she put it on the desk in the lobby.  She said, "someone left this basket in the elevator!".   George found the basket laying on the desk and he got it off to take it back home to the country.