Once upon a time there was a lovely little girl named Mini Smith. She was eight years old and already a decent baker. She knew how to make biscuits off the top of her head! She practiced making croissants all day on the weekends and didn’t mind cleaning up her messes after baking. Her parents supported her, but her brother and classmates didn’t. They would say awful things like “You’ll never make it” and “Your baking tastes like garbage!”. She kept telling herself that she was a great baker and continued trying! Years later and now she was fifteen and could make more pastries than before, she was working part-time at a local bakery. People starting asking Mini to bake then treats for parties and gatherings, Mini was definitely making a name for herself. Mini was earning her own money to buy her own groceries and her family took notes from her baking when they would visit from out-of-town. When Mini turned twenty she could finally make croissants and was working her way up to her dream. One day Mini got an interview with an extremely popular bakery, she did great during the interview and became the top baker in the bakery. She took it knowing it would be hard work and long hours. She loved it there and lived happily ever after. The End.
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My sister and I have tried to make slime multiple times and failed, but it worked this this time! This time, we bought a kit.
I’ve made sand castles and houses at Fort Desoto beach (The beach I was at )before, but this time is was flawless!
We made a sand village called Rappyville, my sister started making a wall to protect against intruders and my mom and I started making the buildings. What I didn’t know was that my mom was making factories that were ten times smaller than what I thought the houses would be. We ended up agreeing on that everyone lived in the five, huge apartments, I added detail to two of the apartments. In the picture above, you can see big rocks that I’m standing behind, they protect the crops from strong winds. In Rappyville we produce chocolate, coconut products and beverages. I added a toll booth to let visitors enter, but they must have a ticket. My mom made a town square than was adorable. When we were done I was extremely proud of myself because of all the creative and hard work I contributed, it looked amazing.
Halloween is just around the corner and last week I finally decided what I wanted to be.
I am going to be The Grey Rabbit, The Grey Rabbit is a made-up costume that I decided to dress-up as. The Grey Rabbit is the arch nemeses of The White Rabbit (from Alice In Wonderland). She gives herself time by taking time away from The White Rabbit. It’s not that The White Rabbit is running late, he just simply doesn’t have time. The Grey Rabbit can go back and forwards in time, as well as stopping it. She does this because she is a mischievous little rabbit. Liking to do as she pleases, such as stealing, lying and playing tricks on others with her small bag of tricks. There is a twist, her powers only work on one day of the year, Halloween!
How I am going to make this outfit: I have grey bunny ears, a colorful shirt, a grey skirt and a small bag for the tricks. I will paint my face like a grey rabbit and have a big nose. I made a snicker bar out of play-doh and I will have a big razor made out of clay to remind people of the scary stories like razors in Halloween candy.
Updated Part: I have a grey skirt which I hot glued an extremely fuzzy tail to. My sister and I are going to do a team role-play for Halloween. She is going to be my Zombie Minion (I call her Albert). My sister is a great actor, so that’s why I want her to help. My sister and I will be a couple of scary characters. I will be holding a rope with my Zombie Minion attached to it for the WHOLE night! In the picture above, I still need to add my face paint, I’m going to add black around my eyes to make it look like I’m sleep deprived.
The Albino Rocket is a commercial airline that I created. It is a paper airplane that can hold 40 passengers. Which does not include staff. There is one pilot and two co-pilots. There are 5 waiters, and 6 janitors, so it stays in top shape. When it lands and all the passengers are off, 50 workers do a top to bottom deep clean. The reason it only holds 40 passengers is because it is expensive to ride. It’s $4,000 a trip any where on the globe! In the picture above it shows what it looks like and the purple jets at the end are for when it’s 1 hour away from landing, it shoots fireworks which announces it’s arrival!
I’ve done an essay on “My Dream Room”, but now that I’m thinking about it, it would be unfinished without a dream home. First of all, my dream house would be an R.V, with a garden in the kitchen. I have read “The secret garden”, so I would want a garden patch just like the garden in the book. I would grow; Lemons, limes, potatoes, small tomatoes and spices. I would also grow lovely flowers such as; Black eyed susans, Tiger lilies, pink lilies, red lilies, pink tulips, white and purple alliums and moon flowers! My favorite flowers are Moonflowers because they look delicate and beautiful. My dream house would have a bubblegum pink base, with a white roof and a red door. I dream of having a kitchen that had marble counter tops, and white and black checkered flooring. I imagine having a bedroom with light blue and pink bedding and light grey carpet. My bedroom would have a ferret cage where I can keep my pet ferret. Hanging up on a wall would be a picture of a bird to remind me of my sister. As my companions, my adorable cats, Soxs and Rocket would have free range of the home. My bathroom would be white with a shower that would be themed cats because I love cats! It have a cat made out of tile for the flooring. My dream house would include all of those things and be in Montana or Florida.
The picture above is the one I would hang up for my sister.
Blog post and research 9/12/17
Blog post and research 9/13/17
Blog post and research 9/14/17
Diary of a wimpy kid: The Third Wheel 9/19/17
Diary of a wimpy kid: The Third Wheel 9/23/17
Grimm’s Fairytales: Rapunzel, page 44. 9/25/17.
National Geographic Science of Everything: Allergies, page 362. 9/25/17
September/October National Geographic: Luxor’s Multiple Mummy Mystery, page 4. 9/25/17.
Science of Everything, Unseen light, UV light and eyes and UV lithography, 9/26/17.
National Geographic, Who was that masked man?, September/ October, 9/26/17.
Grimm’s Fairytales The Three Little Men in the Wood page 46 9/26/17.
Grimm’s Fairytales: The Three Spinners, page 52, 9/27/17.
Science of Everything, Magnetic Fields, page 136, 9/27/17.
National Geographic History, October/September, Luther’s Legacy, 9/27/17.
National Geographic History, September/October, Saigo Takamori: The Last Samurai, 9/29/17.
Grimm’s Fairytales, Hansel and Gretel, page 54, 9/29/17.
Science of Everything, Credit Card, 9/29/17.
National Geographic History, The Peutinger Table, All Roads Lead to Rome, 10/1/17.
Grimm’s Fairytales: The Three Snake-Leaves, 10/1/17.
Science of Everything, Thunder Storms, 10/1/17.
American Girl: Money, 10/3/17.
5,000 Awesome facts about everything, 10/4/17.
5,000 Awesome facts about everything, 10/5/17.
5,000 Amazing Facts About Everything, 10/9/17.
10/13/17, American girl, The Care and Keeping of You 2.
10/15/17, American girl, The care and keeping of you 2.
10/16/17, American girl, Understanding your family, pages 1-49.
10/17/17, American girl, Understanding your family, pages 50-63.
10/18/17, In the forest, by Daphne Butler.
10/19/17, I can read it, by John Holtzmann, illustrated by Dave Lilly.
10/19/17, Grimm’s Fairytales, The Valiant Little Tailor, by Margaret Hunt, pages 74-80.
10/23/17, National Geographic, October 2017, Becoming Jane, Pages 31-42.
10/23/17, National Geographic, Science of Everything, Pages 108-110.
10/23/17, The Karate Mouse, by Elisabetta Dami, Pages 1-26.
10/24/17, National Geographic, October 2017, Becoming Jane.
10/24/17, A Light in the Attic, Pages 36-59, by Shel Silverstein.
10/25/17, National Geographic, October 2017, Becoming Jane.
10/25/17, 5,000 Awesome Facts About Everything, National Geographic.
10/27/17, The Light in the Attic, Pages 60-102, By Shel Silverstein.
10/28/17, The Karate Mouse, by Elisabetta Dami, Pages 26-56.
10/28/17, Our Fifty States by National Geographic, Florida, Pages 73-75.
10/29/17, The Karate Mouse, by Elisabetta Dami, Pages 56-90.
10/30/17, The Karate Mouse, by Elisabetta Dami, Pages 91-100.
10/31/17, Slylock Fox Mystery Puzzles, by Bob Weber Jr and Bob Weber Sr, Pages 34-66.
11/1/17, American Girl, Your Happiest You, by Judy Woodburn and Josée Masse, Pages 1-53.
11/2/17, American Girl, Your Happiest You, by Judy Woodburn and Josée Masse, Pages 53-110.
11/3/17, American Girl, Friendship Troubles, by Patti Kelly Criswell and Angela Martini, Pages 1-22.
11/4/17, American Girl, Style, by Sharon Cindrich and Shannon Laskey, 20 Minutes.
11/5/17, American Girl,Is This Normal?, by Josée Masse, Pages 1-33.
11/6/17, Marnie the Dog: I’m a Book, by Shirley Braha, full book.
11/7/17, American Girl, Money, by Nancy Holyoke and Brigette Barrager, Pages 60-94.
11/8/17, Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 1-8.
11/9/17,Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 8-13.
11/10/17, Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 13-17.
11/11/17, Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 17-22.
11/13/17, Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 22-25.
11/14/17, National Geographic magazine kids, The truth behind awesome new movies, Pages 26-27.
11/16/17, Rad American Woman A-Z, by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl, Pages 25-27.
11/17/17, American Girl, Boys, by Nancy Holyoke and Elisa Chavarri, Pages 1-12.
11/18/17, American Girl, Boys, by Nancy Holyoke and Elisa Chavarri, Pages 12-33.
11/19/17, American Girl, Boys, by Nancy Holyoke and Elisa Chavarri, Pages 33-49.
11/21/17, The Tuttle Twins, Food Truck Fiasco, by Connor Boyack and Elijah Stanfeild, Pages 1-12.
11/26/17, The Tuttle Twins, Food Truck Fiasco, by Connor Boyack and Elijah Stanfeild, 12-33.
11/27/17, American Girl, Getting It Together, by Erin Falligant and Brenna Vaughan, Pages 1-39.
11/28/17, American Girl, Getting It Together, by Erin Falligant and Brenna Vaughan, Pages 39-47.
11/29/17, American Girl, Style, by Sharon Cindrich and Shannon Laskey, Pages 1-47.
11/30/17, American Girl, Style, by Sharon Cindrich and Shannon Laskey, Pages 47-59.
12/1/17, American Girl, Style, by Sharon Cindrich and Shannon Laskey, Pages 59-74.
12/3/17, American Girl, Style, by Sharon Cindrich and Shannon Laskey, Pages 74-107.
I was angry one night and my mom suggest I write poetry, so I did ( My poetry is awful).
Happy “Nobody rains on your parade. You make barricades to the mean and rotten, just remember you’ll never be forgotten. Your glow makes Rudolf jealous in a good way. I hope you have a happy day.”
Feeling Down “Woe as me when I feel no glee. My sky is dim and my heart is being trimmed, yet you stay happy after all, I’m the one being sappy.”
Bad day “I feel dreary on the best day, but you stay happy in the weirdest ways. Flowers grow in the dark while mine shrivel up and depart.”
Never give up “Never give up when your blue eyes go pale, when your bones become frail. I never mean the awful things I say, I never want you to die in any way and I hope your last words aren’t on your grave.”
Diamond “You are a diamond with pressure, some can not take that pressure and remain coal, whatever you’re told, don’t unfold. Don’t believe their bluff when they say you’re not a diamond in the rough.”