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Monday, April 1, 2013

Graduation Party On The Weekend.

NOTE, this is from last week**
My Tia Cheryl and Grandparents where going to be here on the weekend, BUT, because of the weather they made a very wise decision and said they couldn't come. Later on, mom found out some roads were closed because of the weather, and that there was a 100 car crash thing, but thankfully my Tia and Grandparents didn't go, so they are safe.
 I still get to see my Tia and Grandparents when we go to Rosebud , so it's not like I won't see them for another year. On  Friday, I was at a homeschooling conference that I wouldn't have gone to if my Tia and Grandparents would of come.  I wish they would have come, because I could live if  I didn't go. The last session on Friday was the only interesting one,because the speaker had a power point, and explained the Bible like NewYork city, because of all the hidden passages. The other interesting thing that night was we stated to watch a very interesting movie. I don't know what it's called, and it's too complicated to explain.   Saturday morning was also interesting because we has a speaker who went on a trip to Africa, and I
m really interested in Africa.  BUT, something very impotent happened on Saturday,....... Esther graduated! (
Well, lets just SAY that, because she still needs to do school until June, but they do the grad ceremony  on March so then everyone at the conference  can see it). Esther got to say a speech, and she did amazing! After the grad, we went to a restaurant, and I put every spice on my dish, so it was REALLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYYYYYYYY SSSSSSSPPPPPPPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICCCCCCCCCYYYYYYYY! ( Really spicy). Or, as some people would say, it was HOT!!! But I liked it. On Sunday, it was a normal Sunday, we went to  Church  I was in Four year old child care, we came home I need to go clean the floors, Cinder is out!~ Abby ca.K.e

2 Comments:

Anonymous Cheryl said...

You have a Tia? What's that? I know about aunts and uncles, and cousins, and such, but a tia?? Is that like a tiara? :)

April 2, 2013 at 3:48 PM  
Blogger Eva said...

BHAHAHAHA! Tia means Aunt in Spanish, we had friends who when we where young we called eachothers parents "Auntie" "Uncle" but for being named Tia, we must love you very much, and you most be worthy. ( As we love you very much and you are worthy of being called Tia ;) ~ Abby xoxoxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxxoxoxo

April 3, 2013 at 3:31 PM  

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