Wednesday, March 19, 2008

I finally lost my top teeth

Well, obviously, in light of the title of this post, I finally lost my two top teeth. Man did I ever not like having them in there all loose and wiggly. I kept biting down on the bottom teeth, and let me tell ya, that HURTS. (a lot) I mean, seriously, that hurts. (a lot) I keep all of my teeth instead of giving them to the Tooth Fairy. I mean, who needs any quarters? One just started bleeding one day and I pulled on it (didn't hurt) and a miracle -- it came out! A week later I was pushing the other one back and I heard something crack, and of course I put my finger up to my tooth, and when I took my finger out of my mouth, it was red! So of course I had to go to the bathroom and start drinking water and spitting it out. (to get all the blood out of my mouth) And all of the sudden, I could wiggle it almost in a 360 and turn it so the cutting edge was facing out! And I could turn it sideways. And then I pulled on it, gently of course, because I didn't want it to hurt too much, and it didn't hurt, it didn't bleed, and it came out! (Was I ever happy!)

Thursday, February 21, 2008

This is from when my grandma accidentally put blue Dawn in the Jet Dry part of the dishwasher. In which case, my had to take a turkey baster and flood the dishwasher to get the blue Dawn out. And well, my cats like watching my mum. (I've have a fourth one -- her name is Phoebe).

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Alya and Emi have grown, grown, grown

My two cats Ayla and Emerson are both very much bigger now. (I'm not mentioning any names, Emerson). Ayla is now jumping really high. And Emerson has, well, ripped apart millions of mice (not the real kind). Emi weighs 3 or 4 pounds more than Ayla. THE END

Tuesday, July 3, 2007


Today I went and looked at my garden, and I picked some radishes that my Grandmama loves. When I got the radishes out of the garden, I used the hose to spray the dirt off. Then I brought them inside and washed them just a bit more to get all the weeds that cling onto radishes off. Then I dried them off with my towel. I gave some to my Grandmama and Mummy, and I put a few in the fridge after I put them in a Ziploc.

Zoo Tycoon 2

Zoo Tycoon 2 is very fun because you get to have a lot of animals like polar bears and hippopotamuses and tigers, alligators, flamigoes, monkeys and panda bears. But I think a few croaked.

I like to get close ups with the alligators and crocodiles. And I like to look at their food dishes every once in a while, and there's no meat, just a dirty dish! Tell me that's not funny! And with the polar bears, I look and there's a bunch of fish bones! Which reminds me, I went fishing yesterday. Once I saw monkey ribs in the tiger section. I guess they got their way into the tigers section. Tell me that's not gross!

I also got Zoo Tycoon 2 Marina Mania and the tutorial is taking FOREVER.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Martial Arts

Martial arts is one of my favourite sports because it is fun to do kicks where you fly, also known as flying sidekicks. That's me in the picture breaking a board with a flying sidekick. I also like martial arts because it makes my arm muscles stronger and because I get to jump really far. I am very happy because I might be a judge at our mini-tournament on Saturday. I also like it because I'm one of the best sidekickers, and I also really like it because there's a side kick-a-thon.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Second Vegetable Garden I Had

These are the squash I planted this year. I hope they'll be a great success.

Here are my radishes.

These are my little cucumber plants.

Here are my beans.

These are the carrots I planted.

This is the whole garden I planted this year.

Me and my Violin

Coal the Dog

I have a black dog named Coal and he is called Coal because he is so black. Coal is a Labrador Retriever, and he is 10 years old. His birthday is March 22nd, and to him, it is a bigger than big event. He like to run around and chew off all the paper on his presents and on my birthday, he is so sad that he doesn't get to open presents, so I give a few to him to open. Trust me, he really does like to open presents.

All about my cats

My name is William, and I have six cats if you include the two that died. I have two very cute not even a foot long baby Persian cats but they have very pushed-in noses but we still really like them. Their names are Ayla, the very, very orange one, and Emerson the very white one with tiny little dotted orange spots on his ears, nose, tail and paws. I also have a big short-hair that I have trained to jump about 3 feet over the air and do a flip and land. His name is Quincey, and I have also trained him to relax a little bit when we get out the string toys. He also really likes it when I go on the floor so he can invite me to lay on him. After I get up from laying on him, I say "Run, Quincey, run!" and he never even runs a milimetre. I also have another black cat named Phoebe. Oh, I guess I didn't tell you that Quincey was black! Black cats, I believe, appear to be very good luck. Back to Phoebe... She is very easy to scare but she'll come up whenever we shake the treat bag. She also likes to live downstairs on the spare bed and well, no wonder she lives downstairs, she's a black cat, and it's pretty much pitch black when you don't have the lights on! When she runs, her thighs poof out like crazy. That's one of the things I really like about Phoebe.

Ayla is a very orange cat and she also really, really likes to chew on things, like strings and computer cords. Emerson also, well, hmm, he actually eats strings and pretty much anything that's cat food. Once my mum actually ended up pulling a string out of his back end. So now we have to be careful to pick up strings or vacuum them.