Good and Bad, They Are Both in Life

Well, first, the not so cool news. My class was not able to come and so that was rather sad but, oh well. The good mews is that we had a really good first play! For some reason I was never really very nervous about it and then suddenly I am like oh my word I should be nervous! Then I got really nervous! But like right before we made our “grand entrance”, I was not nervous, and when we were walking down the aisle I am like this is just a bunch of immature school kids and from that moment on I was not nervous at all!

After the play we came straight home, ate hamburgers, and crashed! I just got back from the school, where I got all my school books, and Christy and Joey just got here and so I have plenty of stuff to do and so I shall say,

adieu, -Kristi

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EXCITED!!!!!!!!!

Really, Really EXCITED!!!!!!!! I am seriously EXCITED!!! I am really EXCITED about the play!!!!! My whole entire 7th and 8th grade class are coming for the informance!! Guys tomorrow is our first performance!!!! o my pink monkeys!! Guys I love, love, LOVE the cast the crew the whole kaboodle!!! guys seriously, ok VA people, remember the time that you saw me happy, I am ten times more happy!!! And people from school I am about 5 times more happy then when I left!! This is a dream come true for me!! Seriously like from the first moment that I heard the word theater I wanted to be in a real play, not just a school play but a real full-fledged play!!!!!!! We got it all: costumes, make-up, tech guy [he is cool], lights, director, everything! I mean what more could I want!!??!!??

Well there is one thing that is lacking, and that is the presence of these people, which cannot be here but mean the world to me; Hans, Benji, Merry, Susie, Maria, Brian and Sara, Pete and Vi, Linda [Starling], dozens of cousins, all the people from the VA school, and many more. But there is one more who is the most important, and that is Grandma Jane, I know that she would have loved to see us up there an the stage, and would give us great big hugs afterward, she would have been so happy that my dream was finally coming true. She was the sweetest Grandma anyone can ever have and I just want to say that I love her with all my heart and I wish I could have known her better.

Well, thank God that I can be in this play, and really pray that we will alldo really well,

Goodnight,  – Kristi

Instead of…

This is what we did with our chapel groups instead of dare base;

1. Go get a jump rope to hold onto

2. Walk backward once around the church

3. Do ten jumping jacks

4. Sing a noisy song very loudly [perhaps building up the temple]

5. Go find another group to shake hands with

6. Go say something friendly to one of the teachers

7. Run from the music room to the southwest corner of the property

8. Stand on one foot, flap your arms, and crow like a rooster while laughing wildly

9. Go get a ride on the merry-go-round

10. Go down into the basement and touch the bottom block on the east wall, six blocks from the northeast corner [now that is KS for you!!]

11. Recite a Bible verse in unison

12. Have fun until the bell rings

Pretty cool, huh? It was fun, MJ, Dietrich, Heidi Hershberger and Marita [ I think] are in my chapel group.

Well, you will probably see another composition post soon as I am writing a book report, however it is probably not going to be much like the other one because it has a totally different purpose and I was in a total different mood when I wrote the letter. Cheerio -Kristi

Random Fact: Mom and Dad are telling Trippy how they got together, it is quite humorous if you have not ever heard it then go and beg Dad on bended knees to tell you and he will recluctanly eagerly tell you [there is nothing he loves better] -Kristi

Composition

I didn’t have anything better to write about so I am going to give you a letter I wrote a while back for English:

How are you doing? It is long since I have had the pleasure of seeing your face. How ever is the Comte? And little Suzanne, as well as dear Vicomte, is he quite tall? I do hope that Suzanne is at least working on an embroidered quilt. My Evaline has nearly finished hers. And Vicomte, I am sure that he is on his way to becoming a fine huntsman and quite handy with the sword. He does have a fencing tutor, does he not? He should come to England for tutelage. We would receive him or any of you with open arms! Better and better! Why not bring the whole family for a visit? We could meet you at the Bellemere in the country and then proceed to London for the social season! ‘Twould be splendid! And, while we are at it, Suzanne can come out while we are in town! That does make me think, do bring your hoops, they are all the rage and positively no long sleeves, my dear, none whatsoever! They would be totally out of line, and fur is a necessity. I am getting a whole set of fur outerwear. Well, my dear, ‘twould really splendid! I really must say adieu as my seamstress is here for a fitting.                      Farewell

Countess Kristina Georgiana St. Cyr

Well, how do you like it? Mr. Smucker wrote a “good letter” beside it so I suppose it is not to bad.

Leave a comment and I shall thank thee and reccomend thee to thy employers if they be of mine acquaintance.    Ciao, -Kristi

P.S. If you like this I will give you more comp. posts

Politics

Well…I am sorry I have not been posting very much lately, and I am not really keeping to my resolution [is not it irritating when you push the slash button a lot of times instead of the backspace button] about posting every day I shall lower my expectations and only try to post very often.

I like politics. The republican convention has finally begun and I am really looking forward to it because I am seriously liking McCains Vice President, so far I have only heard two of her speeches and am looking forward to hearing more of them. She is very inexperienced, but full of fire and very gracious. She will also attract the feminists as she is, of course a woman  and in her speech she said that Clinton had put three million cracks in the glass [meaning the glass that forbids women to become Vice President or President] but that we should, in essence, elect McCain and her and shatter the glass forever [by the way her name is Sarah Palin, she is governor of Alaska]. Here are a few quotes from her latest speech:

“Here’s a little news flash for all those reporters and commentators: I’m not going to Washington to seek their good opinion. I’m going to Washington to serve the people of this country.”

“I had the privilege of living most of my life in a small town. I was just your average hockey mom, in Alaska, and signed up for the PTA because I wanted to make my kids’ public education better,”

Before becoming governor, Palin served as mayor of Wasilla, she recounted, adding: “And since our opponents in this presidential election seem to look down on that experience, let me explain to them what the job involves. I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a ‘community organizer,’ except that you have actual responsibilities.”

“Here’s how I look at the choice Americans face in this election. In politics, there are some candidates who use change to promote their careers. And then there are those, like John McCain, who use their careers to promote change.”

Anyway, she had the best speech ever!! And the crowd went seriously wild!!! I really, really like her hes got the experience and shes got the fire! So really, really, really, really, pray that the right person will be chosen.

Here is my favorite Obama quote: ” We… are the ones… we… have been waiting for.”

Well good night, -Kristi

P.S. the dots in the favorite Obama quote are pauses not cut out parts.