Happy Please Take My Children to Work Day! I totally want to go to my Dad’s work for a day. That would be awesome!
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Happy Hug Your Cat Day! I love cats. Do you? Do you have a pet cat? How will you celebrate?
Do you have an Amazon Echo? They are really awesome. I have one, and these are some of my favorite questions to ask her:
- Good morning!
- How are you?
- When’s your birthday?
- Tell me a joke.
- Rock, paper, scissors!
- Tell me a story.
- Wikipedia buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
- Play Hamilton.
- What’s the forecast for today?
- How big is Earth?
- Start workout.
Do you enjoy reading? Or do you just like unusual and weird? It turns out that the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit has something for you! Wikipedia has an Unusual Articles page. It has links to other Wikipedia articles about weird places, things, and strange words and numbers. Want to read it? Click here to access the weirdness!
Are you a bookworm? Do you want more books to read? Summer break is coming up, and while on a plane or on the couch, how about instead of watching TV you read a book? Who knows, you might enjoy it! Here are some book recommendations that tweens especially will love.
We are all different
in the ways we talk.
Some speak quickly,
speeding through their words like a racecar,
while others choose their words carefully.
We all speak differently.
That is important.
Have you ever made DIY Harry Potter wands? These wands are easy to make. I liked making designs with beads on them. Two of the designs I made were a snake and a frog. The tutorial is here.
Have you ever been to Scotland? What about Edinburgh, capital of Scotland? If you’ve been to Edinburgh, have you been to Edinburgh Castle? And finally, if you have been to Edinburgh Castle, have you been to Saint Margaret’s Chapel?
Saint Margaret’s Chapel is the oldest standing part of Edinburgh Castle. It was built in the 12th century, but stopped being used after a while. But now it is used again. Many people have weddings and baptisms in this small chapel. Although it is small, it is a pretty place with its five stained glass windows. The windows were put in by Douglas Strachan in 1922. The windows dicept St Margaret, St Andrew, St Columba, St Ninian and William Wallace.
Some days I seem like I have run into dead ends,
over and over,
my head ramming into the wall
till it was sore.
My brain needs battery,
I am tired.
My head is sore.
I have no ideas.
That’s the way it is when you run into a dead end.
And that’s why I don’t like dead ends.