Hey peeps! This week, I decided that I checked my own work, because I usually read over my work after I finished it, to check if there’s any errors, mistakes etc. This is actually a good thing, because my mom keeps telling me to look over my work and editing it, like on the test, because I sometimes make a careless mistake, and I don’t check over it, then I get it wrong… But there isn’t much to talk about, so…..MOVING ON.
Sorry for the different shades of blue, I just feel like it today…ANYWAYS on Thursday it was Pi (Pie) day, so how did we celebrate it? NO, we did not do a bunch of math problems that had pi in it, because that would just be BORING. At lunch recess, there was the First Annual ‘Pie in the Eye’ celebration where students would smack pie/cream into the teacher’s faces. Well, how did the teachers get picked? There were a bunch of plastic containers in the lobby with slots for coins, so everyone voted for the teacher that they wanted to get ‘pie-d’. The 3 heaviest teacher’s containers would be the ones to get ‘pie-d’! The lucky (or unlucky) teachers were: Mr Hughes, the school principal; Mr MacPherson, Grade 6 team leader/6C teacher (and also my teacher in Grade 5); and last but not least Ms Kinsinger, the 6E teacher and choir teacher. I knew all of them, so it was fun to see them get pie-d!
After lunch, my class celebrated by eating pie! 7 of us brought in pies to share with the class. And now, I will announce the awesome people that brought in pies (including me :P):
David – Apple pie
Alvin – Apple pie
Arthur – Chocolate pie
Julian – Chocolate pie
Sonia – Chocolate pie
Me – Coconut pie
Lizzy – Pork pies
Anyways, today I got a package on my dining table that had my name on it. There was a card and a gift wrapped in wrapping paper (well duh). But, why, do you ask, did I get it? Well, I had a feeling of what it was, because I kinda recognized the handwriting, but I opened the card to make sure. Yup, it was my BFF who lives in Canada, Arielle. She remembered my birthday and gave me: A long card, a Webkinz and 2 One Direction books! Yay! Thanks Arielle! But sadly, she’s not coming to visit this year.
Oooh ooh oooh ooh aaaaand, today is Pajama and Pancake day! Most of us wore our pajamas to school. Here’s a picture of the people in our class that wore pajamas:
“(Beatboxing) Oh Mickey you’re so fine, you’re so fine you blow my mind, hey Mickey, hey hey hey Mickey! Oh Mickey you’re so fine
And you’re mine. I’ll be your’s, ’till the end of time, cuz you make me feel, yeah you make me feel, so shiny and new. Like a virgin, touched for the very first time, like the
One in me, that’s OK, let’s see how you do it, put up your deuce, let’s get down to it, hit me with your best shot, why don’t you hit me with your best shot, hit me with your best shot, fire away!”
Riff-Off (Well, the first part of it) (Treblemakers, Barden Bellas and Bu Harmonics, from Pitch Perfect)
Who wants a fact?
I DO! I DO!
BYE!! (Sorry I ran out of facts….oh wait no – Did you know that the width of your arms stretched out (including part of your body) from the tip of your finger to the other finger, it actually how tall you are (but in width form)?