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Author Topic: a message from Mini - in her own words  (Read 34832 times)

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Offline minismom

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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #200 on: February 26, 2008, 01:51:26 PM »
I have a little cold and sneezing.  We're learning a new thing at dance class.  It's great.

Kimmy your dogs are cute.  Our dog was a big black dog.  Her name was Shelby.  She ran away and of course we cant' find her because she ran away a long time ago and now she's dead. 

Mike, your animals were cute.  That dog in a McDonald's cup was so teeny.  I hope you are having a great year.

In school we're learning about George Washington.  Last week, we learned about Abraham Lincoln.  I'm starting to read new books.  The name of my book this week is "Dinosaur in Trouble".  It's about a blue dinosaur.  At night he snores loud.  It woke up the whole town.  That's all i want to tell you.  It's cold and rainy here so we can't go outside to play.  My dad is at work with clients.

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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #201 on: February 26, 2008, 05:03:08 PM »
Oh dear Mini,

I hope your cold goes away really soon.  I think we'll all feel better when spring gets here.  There's too many germs right now.  At my house, it snowed a lot, and it's still snowing!

I'm sorry about Shelby-dog.  It's hard to lose a pet, isn't it. 

You just take care of yourself sweetie.  Poppy says 'MEOW!'
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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #202 on: February 28, 2008, 06:48:51 PM »
Hey Mini

How are you???

Guess what?  This summer I am going to be going on a scuba diving trip to the Cocos Islands? It's also called  "The Shark Islands"  I can't wait.  If I find some shark teeth, would you want one?
Don't worry sharks lose teeth all the time and grow them back really quickly!

hugs,
Sharkie

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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #203 on: March 01, 2008, 07:16:47 PM »
Today I went to a birthday party for my friend.  She's 4yrs old and goes to our church.  My mom didnt' have to bring my stuff because her mom made everything with my Splenda so I could eat it.  We had cake and jello and pudding and carrots and bell pepper and sausage and buscuits and chips.  I ate a lot and was a pig, but it was really good.  For dinner, I just had some cereal because mom said we ate all day long.  I have to go finish my movie now because it's almost bedtime for me.  Oh, the party was Tinkerbell and we had a lot of fun.  I whacked the pinata but it didn't break. I hit the wall, too, but I couldn't see so that wasnt' my fault.  My brother almost hit (the girl's) dad!  Ok, I have to go now. 

Mini

(yelling as she runs down the stairs): I got a balloon, too, and a bracelett with my name on it....bye....
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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #204 on: March 01, 2008, 07:31:14 PM »
Mini- Sounds like you had a fun filled day and you got to eat lots of yummy food.  The bracelet you got sounds pretty cool, too.  Enjoy the rest of your movie, I bet you are going to sleep well tonight.
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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #205 on: March 04, 2008, 11:23:55 AM »
Yesterday in the mail, I got a map...oh, yeah, I have to say Hi first.  Hi.  Yesterday in the mail I got a map and a card.  The map was about New Zeland where Black Jack, Lady Lucy, and Elrond the King of the Alpacas live.  Oh, and Jan lives there with them, too, I think or maybe next door.  The card was from the wambat man in Australia (Matty).  It had a pretty butterfly on it.  I brought them to dance class and now they are up to my bed so nobody takes them. 

I'm drawing a map of the world and putting all the places I know on it.

I hope you have a great day.  If it's your birthday, i hope you get a bunch of stuff.  We're having a great day but can't go outside because it's raining.  When it's the summer, i get to play soccer and real tackle football.

That's all I want to tell you.

Mini
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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #206 on: May 05, 2008, 07:33:27 AM »
Dear Sam,
I know it's been a long time.  I want to know what you've been doing today.  I've been playing games and playing other stuff.  I haven't written back to you in a long time. I hope you are having great days.  I don't take anymore yukky medicine.  I take only pills now.  I take Kaletra and I take Zerit.  Tomorrow I'm going to have my bloodwork.  That's all for right now. Can you ask the man who owns you if he has anymore music for me to listen to?

I'll talk to you later.

Mini
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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #207 on: May 05, 2008, 07:57:24 AM »
Hi Mini it's me Sam! It has been a long time. I got up early today to go outside and bark at the neighbors Doberman who woke up my dad. Boy that Doberman is lucky he's inside his fence. Me and my dad went to my Grandpa's farm yesterday and I was lucky enough to find a dead snake to roll on. I might stop doing that 'cause every time I roll on something dead my dad gives me a bath. Does your mom make you take a bath when you roll on dead frogs?

I thought you might like this song my friend Parker is singing. It even has the words so you can sing along.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fSALXzF0aE

Have fun at school today!

ps Here's a picture of me in case you forgot how handsome I am. ;D


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Re: a message from Mini - in her own words
« Reply #208 on: May 07, 2008, 07:30:16 PM »
Thank you for the music, Sam.  Did you know that I am a really good reader now so my mom lets me read what you write and I read what she writes to you to make sure she gets it all right what I said.  I had my labs yesterday and it was boring. I went in by myself and I screamed really loud when that lady stuck me.  It didnt' hurt, I just wanted to see what she would do if I screamed.  Mom said that wasn't nice.  It was funny and i started laughing when the nurse jumped and made a face.

Then we had to go to the eye doctor who is Dr. Moffitt's honey, but his name is Dr. Bradford. I told him that I am going to see Dr. Moffett on Friday and if he wanted to write her love letter, then I would bring it to her. He laughed, but he never did write a letter to Dr. Moffett.  I'm going to tell her about what I said.

 My sister (I still can't say her name, right mom? Right, hun.).  Ok my sister who is the littlest has to wear glasses now and one of her eyes does crazy stuff and she might have to wear a pirate patch.  Her glasses are pink and have a strap in the back.  Everybody in my whole family wears glasses now except for 1 of my brothers. (can I tell Sam what Paw-paw calls him because it's not his name?  Sure).  Ok, my Paw-paw calls him Benny and he's 5 and the only one who doesn't wear glasses.  My biggest brother is supposed to wear glasses but he told mom and dad that he lost his glasses while we were at dinner.  I mean, he didn't lose them while we were eating dinner, he just TOLD mom and dad that he lost them  while we were sitting at the table eating dinner. I mean (they get it, dear...move on)

I have to go now because mom made a chocolate pie!  Maybe she'll make one and we can bring it to Mexico or mail it to you if you aren't going to be in Mexico.  Just don't roll iin it -  you'll have to take a bath.  Or your dad will like to lick you clean!  hehe

Mini

edited because mum hit "post" and was then informed that Miss Mini was not finished.

« Last Edit: May 07, 2008, 07:32:14 PM by minismom »
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