Friday, November 17, 2006

Abby Moment

*TV commentator voice* And now ladies and gentlemen, to your entertainment, the latest Abby Moment! (Drumroll, please!)

Warning: Do not read this blog post unless you do not mind if you get a stomach-ache while laughing. We in no way take responsibility for stomach-aches, excessive giggling until the next week, or sore hands from slapping your hands on the desk. (Mom and I do that all of the time when we read something funny on the computer)

I wrote how much money I had on a Spongebob Stickynote, and put it above the desk in my room, so I wouldn't forget how much money I had the next time we went shopping. (I have $19.50) My handwriting was a bit sloppy, and Abby didn't see the decimal between the 9 and the 5, so she looked at me, smiled, and confidently said "You have one hundred nineteen fifty dollars."

Tune in next time for another Abby Moment!

*Switches back to regular voice* See? I told you it'd make you laugh!

Well, I should be back in a few days, when the next Abby Moment occurs.


Saturday, November 11, 2006

Awana, Birthdays, and a New Book

Tomorrow's Awana. YAY! (And tomorrow is also the Awana Store. Double yay!)

We went to a birthday party today. It was for 2 siblings, a 5 year old and a 7 year old. It was fun, and the girls fought the boys with balloon swords. It was quite fun.

I'm working on a new story; The Adventures of Candy Girl and Monkey Boy, Volume 2! It should be finished in a few months. I've been working on it for a while, but I don't really have an idea for a good plot.... (I don't really have a plot worked out yet, but I have written a few pages of it so far.) Any ideas?

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Gymanstics, and an Abby Moment

Yesterday was my first day at gymnastics. It was very fun, and I am now a Level 4 gymnast, instead of a Level 3 gymnast. YAY! I go to gymnastics on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7:00 PM-8:30 PM.

I have something really funny, so here it is. *Takes a deep breath* Mom said we could have 1 small piece of candy for dessert, so after dinner, Abby got out her candy bag, which was about 1/4 or so full of candy, she dipped her head in the candy bag and inhaled deeply. After inhaling and exhaling, she came up out of the bag, and said "it smells like candy in there." (It was really hard for me not to burst out laughing hysterically.) What an Abby Moment!