Thursday, December 8, 2011

San Francisco

This year for our vacation we went to San Francisco.

                                                                           Lombard street
                                Lombard street is a big street  with a lot of pretty houses
                                 and a bunch of flowers.  It is the steepest and curviest street in
                                 the world.
Sea lions 
 These are the sea lions. It is their 21 birthday! They were loud,
 stinky, and funny!
 This tour was really fun, but I would not want to live there!
     The Golden Gate Bridge
  This bridge is 1.7 miles long. We walked about half of it. On the other side of the        
 bridge there is Sausalito. We went there too.

These are my four favorite things we did in SF.  I hope you enjoyed it!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011


My favorite song is Dive by Steven Curtis Chapman.

What is your favorite song? Leave me a comment and tell me!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Helen Keller - The Amazing Woman

Helen Keller

Helen Keller was blind and deaf. She was born in 1880 and died in 1968. She lived to be 87 years old. When she was little she got so frustrated she would throw her food. She would even steal food from people's plates! She was the most educated blind and deaf person in the world!!
She had a ship named after her! Sometimes I like to run my hands over brail in stores, It's cool to think she could read little dots!! When she went to the circus, she couldn't see or hear what was going on so the performers made her part of the show!!

I learned all this by reading Helen Keller by Margaret Davidson. Helen Keller was a really cool person and I wish I could be like her!!

Monday, January 24, 2011

Yuck! Eeeew! Gross! (but really fun!)

Today I went to dissect owl pellets at the Cochran Mill Nature Center. In the owl pellets we could find small animal bones, fur, and feathers. I found a shrew skull. Owl pellets are basically owl throw up. It is all the stuff they can't digest, which winds up in their gizzard. The four types of owls that live in GA are the Barn Owl, the Barred Owl, the Great horned Owl, and the Screech Owl.

shrew skull - can you see the teeth?

me dissecting

my bone chart

owl pellet

Olive the Barn Owl

(I thought this was going to be gross but it was really really fun!)

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Sycamore Place

Yesterday I made a town for my dolls. It's called Sycamore Place. I got this idea from Piper at My Life. This is her button:





A Fun Picnic at the Park

The Art Museum

Time For School