The story so far…
We live in Escondido, California. I go to Calvin Christian Jr High and like to play, learn, do stuff and eat lunch.
I’ve got more stuffed animals like I have 2 monkeys, a new bear, a bobcat named Bob, and 2 beenie-boos. I’ve got an owl. That’s it.
It’s not really that fun in NC compared to Germany. I have to live with my dreaded brother. It’s way too warm here.
This is what I do for fun around the house
Just hanging around
Pinehurst Elementary’s Colonial Days exhibit
The fifth grade classes combined to present “Colonial Days” to parents and family members in late November. Each student was responsible for presenting three unique projects about the 13 original colonies as well as perform as part of the 5th grade chorus. Lilly focused on making peanut butter fudge, writing an advertisement to entice people to move to the New Jersey colony, and visually representing the Triangle Trade Route.
our colonial kids performing a few musical selections
Our colonial cook tempts us with peanut butter fudge
Lilly was narrator for part of the musical
This is the kind of project I like to see…totally kid-produced
Lilly and Kristen
View of a Colonial village
Art teacher helps create “silhouettes” of the kids
A Spring time visit to the NC Zoo, Asheboro
Lilly and Will at the NC Zoo, April 14, 2014
Lions, and tigers and bears…yawn. No one was awake
Chimpanzees are always a crowd pleaser
“I’m being cut in 2! Help!”
Reminds us of Barcelona
It doesn’t take long for Lilly to get higher than the mystic
“What animals can I see?”
The color baboons
Catching a ride on Simba
Hey! You’ve got a monkey on your back!
Most playful baby chimpanzees we’ve ever seen
Just in case Americans can’t understand international signage
The NC Zoo is split in 2 continents–who would ever choose to visit North America is beyond us
Do you need a government refresher? Listen as Lilly shares the 10 Amendments