May 14, 2014Hi, this is Molly! How are you doing? I am writing this on Mother's Day, so happy Mother's Day! Today my pen will write about school, shout outs, what my siblings and I want to say to our mom, an inspiring quote, and goals. Let's get started…
In class, we are learning about graphing, mean, median, mode, and range in math. We took a review test and I got 19 out of 20. The one I got wrong was a silly mistake. So, I think that I have learned my lesson…never forget to check your work. I mean NEVER. We also spent a lot of time working on missing work and at the end of the week we rested our minds by playing a big class game of kickball. We did a pretty darn good job too, so it's on with Mr. Johnson's class.
My shout outs this week go to all the moms. I just want to say happy Mother's Day. My mom always says it is a tough job to be a mom. I also want to give a shout out to my sister for completing her ice skating performance successfully. Also happy birthday on May 16. I love you so much. You are such a hard worker.
And to the best mom in the world, Mommy Virginia and probably the best dugout mom, also known as Coach Virginia, my brothers and sisters and I would like to say you are the best mom in the world by telling you this:
"Even when you feel like frowning, you push through it and smile, and you never let it show. This is why I think the song Let it Go in the movie Frozen makes me think of you, because you love the cold and you let go of whatever is bothering you by the end of the day. I love you and you are the best mom ever. You are a true influence." Love, Molly.
"Happy Mother's Day. You are the best mom ever, thank you for taking good care of me." Love, Luke.
"Thank you for taking care of me when I am hurt, or crying, or treated bad. You are very pretty. I love you and you love me." Love, Madeline.
"I love you! You are very nice." Love, Bug (Olivia).
The inspiring quote that I chose for this week is:
"Set your goals high, and don't stop until you get there."-Bo Jackson
I like this quote because it tells us that we should never give up.
My goal for this week is to give 110 percent at all my practices and games for softball. I am also going to try and read extra for homework.
Beep Beep! I am a running Roadrunner writing all day.