My American house!

I have now seen my American house but without the furniture.

It has 4 floors, I’ll name them all – the Basement, the Living area, the sleeping level and the Attic.  It’s also got a main staircase and a Butler staircase, it will be good but hard to find people in hide and seek.

It has not been over Zero degrees since we’ve been here.  Dad and I made a little (crooked) snow man and this morning I looked out the window to see it and it’s head had fallen off in the night.  We’ll fix him up later, but we made him near dinner last night and it was hard to make him because the snow was like cold sand.  After our attempt to make a snow man, I threw a snow ball at Dad and then we started a snow ball fight.

If you could go anywhere in the world with snow, where would you go?

What do you like to do when you go to the snow?

Lizzy and Bluey!

These two lizzards (Lizzy and Bluey) are the schools lizards, as some of you might know.

This picture is not one of them but it looks like one of them!





I reckon it looks like Lizzy!

Who does it look like? 

I like  to look after them!

Almost Christmas time!

I like this time of year with lots of Christmas cheer!

I hope that you all like the presents that you get from friends and family!

I hope you get most of the presents that you want.

What do you want for Christmas?

How many presents do you expect to get?

I don’t expect to get many because I’m moving.

Thinking time!

If you where a person in charge of a company, what would you be in charge of?

Think of how you’d do it, and how you would like it.

 Think of the people that work for you.

Think about the whole company and if you didn’t do the right thing to help your workers, you’d slip on the wrong track!

I think I would pay the workers what they earned, which probably be around ten dollars an hour, but I don’t know!

It’s your choice to decide on this very thing that I have talked about.

They might say, “I’m not getting enough as I’m working for!” 

Or they might say,  “I’ll quit if you don’t pay me more!”

It’s your chance to think, think now for when you grow up.

This’ll be a good start.