May 21, 2014Hi, this is Molly! How are you doing today? This week I will talk about school, news alerts, the fires, the mystery about the eggs part three, one inspiring quote, and goals.
First, congratulations to my Grandma and Poppy (Camille and Diane Martineau), for being the Grand Marshalls of the Western Days Parade. Thank you for always supporting me with all of my stuff. Have fun waving to all those people.
So as you all know the schools in San Diego County were shut down because of the fire, so I do not have much to say about school. We spent the whole Wednesday C.S.T, science testing, and let me tell you, it was a lot easier than I anticipated. A lot of the questions were from fourth grade and even the fifth grade questions were quite easy. The other couple days were really easy-going because of the extreme wind and really, really hot weather. I cannot believe that in Maine it is raining and actually is cold. We had P.E. inside, lunch inside, and in class we did a whole lot of science to get ready for the big test.
News alert! I hope that God received many prayers from San Diego County considering the fact that we were on fire. It was a scary time for many and many were taken away from their homes. Not only that, but some of the houses were burnt down and left many without a home. I am sure that many heads were hung down low as we were watching the news. But hey, look at the bright side of it, the fires calmed down after three long days and we're back in school. We had the weather go up to 105 degrees. That weather left us sweaty to the max. So, to conclude this section, pray for the people that were affected by the fires.
Dun Dun Dun, the mystery of my nieborhood came out late, but has further evidence. When I went over to Mr. Martin's house to check for the eggs, I not only received two brown round eggs, but also black crow feathers. They were everywhere. When googling "crow stealing chicken eggs," I watched a video showing a crow stealing a chicken egg by putting the egg in its beak. So I think that I have done enough evidence to blame the crows. I will update you as needed on the research I find about these sneaky little crows.
One inspiring quote that I made up is: ''Everything has wheels, you can choose to use them or not." My meaning is that life is a huge tire and everyone has a piece of that tire. It is called a wheel. You can choose to keep going by pushing through whatever is bugging you or you can just stop right there and pout and cry and just let your wheel rust and deflate.
My goal for this week is to stay on top of my homework and class work.
Beep Beep! I am a running Roadrunner writing all day.