Monday, May 31, 2010

........I don't have a good title...:P

Hey everybody,

I don't really feel like writing about anything that is going to take a lot of time, such as writing about a bird flying into our car, a clown cup that I made in art class, or about how my play went. Those posts may come later, but I wanted to write a quick entry, so that all of my loyal readers don't think that I'm dead. Or figure that some tragedy has occurred in my family. I'm fine (a bit tired of school, but fine), and hopefully, during the summer, I will take the time to sit down and update!

Actually, I think that I can quickly update you on the play. We performed on May 8 and it went pretty smoothly! My dad lovingly recorded the event, and my friend also gave me a copy, so its well documented if anyone would like to come over and see it sometime! :)

Saturday, May 8, 2010

New Blog...With Amy!

A while ago, Amy and I started a blog called "Playdough World" and you can check it out at www.playdoughworld.blogspot.com . We are going to try to post some of the crafts that we do (and hopefully lots of pictures too!). Forgive our spelling, capitalization, and grammar errors, please (we are still young)! :)

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Pictionary...The Game Of Laughter..

Yesterday, Katie and I played Pictionary with some friends of ours. Everyone laughed at some point. The various ridiculous figures that people sketch in order to get their teammates to guess the correct words are hilarious! When I tried to get my team to guess the place "Arkansas", I didn't know where this state was placed in the U.S. Well, after drawing the United States, I drew some states, in places I thought Arkansas was placed (I thought it was in a completely different place than it actually was :) ). When desperate for them to figure out the states name, I drew an arch to get the first section of the states name to their heads. Well, THAT didn't work, so I started drawing an ark, someone guessed "boat". Finally, one thing led to another, and they stated the correct place. The process it took to get their minds thinking correctly was hilarious, as in many other situations throughout the game of Pictionary.