Ack! Oh my gosh, I am sooooo sorry I haven't posted in months! I kept meaning to but just never got around to it, I guess. That and nothing too much has been going on lately.
I know this is old news now but over the summer, I got to meet up with Sophie (of Fair Hollow), who came to visit for a few days, and Claudia (who lives in Waterloo). We had a lot of fun walking around a park and taking pictures!
In September, I went to a birthday party for Olive and Aimee. We watched movies, played games, ate cake, and had fun getting to know each other better.
In the Fall, Kaya went to visit some of our friends in Waterloo. She had a lot of fun except she got scared when she and Claudia were watching Dr. Who. I've never seen it but Kaya said not to. It doesn't really seem interesting to me anyway. Then again, I watch Disney a lot.
In December, we went to the Tree Lighting Ceremony. It was fun; we stood around the tree, singing Christmas Carols, and we took pictures by the tree and drank hot chocolate and ate cookies.
(Me and Felicity)
Me and Julie (of Waterloo)
Kaya and I had a nice time over the holidays. I got a couple of new movies and stuff, for Christmas/birthday. My birthday cake this year was a chocolate raspberry layer cake-yum! It was delicious! (for anyone who doesn't know, my birthday is on Christmas! And actually, Gwen Thompson, of Daisy Hollow, is also a Christmas angel). (Daisy Hollow is Grandlinda's doll town).
We didn't really do much for New Year. And once we got back to school, we had an essay to write, on our Christmas Vacation. I don't like essays. I'm not good at them.
Yesterday I got a present in the mail, from my pen pal, Maura! She gave me a cute The Three Little Kittens book! Thank you, Maura!
(Isn't the wrapping paper cute?)
I guess that brings me to now, where nothing is really happening. Pounce and Licorice got into a little fight-silly kitties. We still have our tree up but will probably take it down next week. I love Christmas trees and decorations and I feel a little sad when it's time to take them down. But...they'll be up again before we know it! I guess I'll stop here since I can't really think of anything else to write.