Friday, September 24, 2010


Today, my class and I went on a field trip to West Anchorage High School. There we saw a production of Walt Disney's Cinderella. It was wonderful. I didn't like the way the step-sisters were mean to her, but it turned out well in the end. Cinderella is with Her King,  They lived happily ever after.

Monday, September 20, 2010

So far ...

Mrs. Fey has asked how we feel about our progress in school so far this year. Well, I feel that I have come so far. I was a little slow to start using my walker, but now that I am doing it, I seem to be making good progress. Now, I can walk, well, just so far.

I have made some new friends, too. There are some new students in my class and in Ms. Pies class. Some of my friends from last year are gone. It seems like they are so far away.

Business technology has been fun. It is hard for me, but I still enjoy it a lot. That's how things have been going so far.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

An amendment to the Constitution

When the Founding Fathers wrote the Declaration of Independence, they said that all are entitled to "Life, liberty and pursuit of happiness." Furthermore, they said that governments are instituted to protect these rights. Therefore, I think the Constitution should be amended to guarantee health care to everyone. After all, what is life without health?

You may wonder how we would pay for this. It would be difficult, but, the measure of a civilization is how it treats its least fortunate. Who knows? By recognizing human dignity and the value of human life, we may reap many benefits that will increase our wealth and benefit us in other, loftier, ways. For example, we might abolish the death penalty.

Or, we could just make me Queen. Yeah, that's the ticket!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Once, I felt really special

I went to the movies with Dad. I was the only person in a wheelchair. But that is not why I felt special. I felt special because I was with my Dad, and I know he loves me.

My brother, Wynter, was with me and Blanche was there, too. What a surprse it was to see Blanche at the movies. We saw Finding Nemo.  The divers were mean because they were taking Nemo to a dentist's office.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Adaptive P. E.

I was playing with Tony outside on the field with the frisbees. I was still smiling when I got to Mrs. Fey's class.


Wysper "the Jet" Gross

A Clark tradition

I was recycling today. It is a tradition I do with my Clark Middle School family. We did recycling after lunch. Students in my life skills class help with this job and it is a tradition now every year.

When I recycle we go to all three floors of the school and pick up things. We pick up card board boxes and paper. We took them outside to the dumpster and sorted them. We wear our tie dye shirts that we made when we recycle. It makes me happy when I help with recycling at school. I like this tradition at Clark.

Monday, September 13, 2010

What a difference a year makes

Last year, Mrs. Wall was not here. Tomorrow will be Tuesday. Tony will come tomorrow to teach Adaptive P.E. I love Tony and I want to marry him.

Friday's blog

I was recycling today again with my class from Clark Middle School. I was recycling boxes today and mixed paper. I have fun recycling with my friends. I recycled after lunch and everyone helped today. Now I need to blog about what annoys me about grown ups.

Nothing annoys about adults. They are in charge and that's okay. They helped me put candies on a cake for Donavan. Donavan is a student who is in the class next door. It is his 12th birthday today. We are going to sing to Donavan and eat cake after Business Tech class. We might have free choice after that since it's Friday. I feel like I'm am lost sometimes.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

What I did over the Labor Day weekend

As we all know, after Labor Day, it is considered tres gauche to wear white. Accordingly, I had to put away all my white ball gowns. My Pa-pa thought that he could still wear a straw skimmer! Can you understand why I question his fashion sense?

Wynter and I made a game of putting our summer clothes away. First, I would fold up a gown or a jacket. Then he would sneak in and throw it in the air. I didn't see him come in the first time, and I was beginning to think that perhaps I had gone mad. The second time, I caught him red-handed. Well, actually, I didn't see him throw the gown in the air, but I saw it hanging from the crystal chandelier, that Grand-pa-pa brought us from Paris.

I became so angry that I grabbed Wynter and threw him up in the air. As luck would have it he landed on the ceiling fan. He was going round and round, trying to grab the gown, when Eloise, the upstairs maid, walked in.

Eloise leapt into action. She got Wynter down, and used a broom to get the gown off the chandelier. Pa-pa would have been tres, tres angry if he had seen what happened. Lucky for us, Eloise can keep a secret!

Other than that, not much happened this weekend.