Yesterday we got our last Christmas package! This had been a place that got packages really quickly, but since we got back it’s been really slow. Saiah got some clothes, Edie got a matching hat and neck gator, and I got some Legos! I can build a boat, a helicopter, or a jet. The coolest thing, I think, is that the helicopter and jet have wheels or landing gear that can flip out for landing and in for flying. If I could figure out how to get birthday packages during summer, and Christmas packages through winter. Then I’d get presents all year around.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
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On the 17th we got a game called castle panic. It is a fun game were the players work together to protect your castle from the dangerous monsters. If you get the correct archers, knights, and swordsmen you should be able to destroy the trolls, goblins, and orcs. It is fun especially because it was our last Christmas present.
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Monday, January 14, 2013
On Christmas Eve we opened our presents. But first we had to get our friends to leave. It was a hard job. I got a Lego pirate boat, a mug and a pocket knife. Zeke also got a mug, and the new Star Wars the Clone Wars. My sister got a princess white board. We all had a good time.
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Isaiah and I found some music on the computers, which is called Mr. Scruff’s Ninja Tuna. Surprisingly, Judah dances to it! The way he does it is he moves his upper body forward slightly then he repeats it several times in a row. After a moment he repeats it all again. It’s a fast jazz song and I like it, of course, because Judah dances to it. We all think it’s hilarious so, I thought I might share it. GO JUDAH BAND!
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Wednesday, January 09, 2013
On the 21st our friends’ helper family caught a big bird. They brought it over in a kennel to show us. Everyone can’t decide if it is a Golden Eagle or a Black Eared Kite. It is about as tall as two big peanut butter jars! Our Kazakh friends have to keep it in their yurt so it does not freeze or get stolen. It is so cool!!
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