• New friends

    August 28, 2013

    Hey, guys,

    I don’t know anyone in my class this year. All of my really good friends from the last few years are in different classes with different teachers, so this year I’m going to make new friends. It can be a little scary, but I think making new friends is good, because you get to learn about other people and they always have something to teach you.

    I know that sometimes it can be hard to make new friends, because you might be afraid that someone won’t like you. But just remember that you have nothing to worry about because they might be feeling exactly the same way. Another reason it might be scary to talk to someone new is if you think they won’t want to be your friend. You know what I always say? “Oh well, no worries, I’ll just try again with someone new.” Remember that you are a kind, smart and awesome person and that you’d make a really great friend. Keep on smiling and you’ll see that new friends will be saying hello to you in no time!

    Have a pawsome week, pals!




  • Bearville™ Carnival!

    August 21, 2013

    Hi guys,

    I don’t know if you’ve checked it out yet, but if you haven’t, you should visit the Carnival at Sandy Bear Island in Bearville. There are some pawsome things to do there, like special carnival games. You can even take a ride on the Ferris wheel. Plus, you get a chance to make new friends, but it only lasts until Saturday, August 31, so hurry!

    Have fun!




  • Tomatoes!

    August 14, 2013

    What’s up, friends?

    I am all about tomatoes right now. I can’t get enough of them. My dad planted a huge garden this year and made a separate room covered in bird netting for the tomatoes because birds and squirrels always get to our tomatoes before we do! His plan worked this year, and we have so many tomatoes we can barely eat them all. My mom has been freezing a lot of them to use for sauces and stews this winter. It will be super awesome to have almost fresh tomatoes when there is snow on the ground.

    My favorite thing to do with fresh tomatoes from the garden is just to eat them plain, maybe with a little bit of salt on them. It’s so GOOD! Believe it or not, I didn’t like tomatoes when I was little, but recently I’ve grown to just love them. They are also good in salads, on sandwiches and even in scrambled eggs!

    Tomatoes rock!

    ‘Till next time, friends,




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