Monday, May 28, 2012

A Memorable Memorial Day Celebration

The Sunday before Memorial Day brought along lots of fun.
A party was hosted by moi and moi family, with 3 other families joining. One family was at the zoo, so they showed yup late, and just as they did, the other two families left. Almost unusual...
We decided to put on several "concerts". The family we had over was extremely dramatic, and we had trouble figuring out what to do when people started ditching one another and forming different bands.
Their decisions were annoying and had major effects on the band they'd just ditched.
The end finally drew near when the main role in a forming idea quit.
Yes, it was plenty memorable--But not in a way that it should be.
Oh, well!

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Mistah Rogers, The Friends, And The Helpers

All along my fourth-grade year, I've made several irreplaceable BFFs and buddies. This includes the teachers and assistants of Grade Four who work hard and deserve more respect than pets (I couldn't think of anything else to compare them with). To express my gratitude, I have decided to dedicate this post to not only the PES Grade 4 teachers, but also all of the teachers around the world. Here is how..
Mistah Rogers
My epic and funniest homeroom teacher. No offense, mrs. Schimke (My Grade 2 teacher), but you were pretty funny anyways. Ah yes, and I respect your way of letting kids do it their way as long as rules meet ends.
The Friends
Mrs. Eidson-Good with technology. Controls class really well. Knows what she's doing. (BONUS! I saw her at the supermarket!!!)
Mrs. Devine-Most self-describing name. Nice and understanding. Good at starting conversations and has raised your class the bestest that's betterer than bestsest!

The Helpers
Mrs. Scruggs- A fair person in competitons. Has good problem-solving skills and neat handwriting. Good reader and confident in yourself and others.
Mrs. Dalton- Competitive and well-dressed. Wishing you good luck in the future for finding a job as a teacher (You are just learning right now correct?). Good teacher you shouldn't have much trouble finding a god well-paying job!