Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Yesterday and Today.

Since the edit button is no where to be found, I have to write about both yesterday and today. Darn it, I hate this stuff. Anyway, I just put the image to the right because it was the only one I could find with both Danny and Ember. The image shows them both fighting. I guess no one drew and image of them in a Boyfriend-Girlfriend relationship. This relationship is slightly popular on the Internet. But it has not gotten any, um...in-depth sex stories like Danny+Sam. But I still like this pair-up. I mean, it is not slightly forced like Val and Danny, and it is not very weird like Danny and Desiree. Anyway, about my first two days at Day Camp, which started on Monday...


When I got to day camp yesterday, I started playing a game called 'Beanbag Race'. It consists of two buckets and 6 beanbags (which was a soft cloth filled with hard beans). There are two players. They each get three beanbags and must be the first to get their beanbags into their bucket. Then run back with the bean bags. Pretty simple...but I always lost to five-year-olds. They kept dunking. And that is not allowed. Any, it was raining that day. In other news, we did some math and reading work there. I didn't do the reading work since I am turning 13 on October 3. I had to check some of the reading work instead. Then we ate lunch, then we had some free time. Then we watched the movie Pride. It was okay by my standards. Then I went home.


Today at Camp, I watched someone there playing Super Mario 64 on their Nintendo DS Lite. He is pretty good at it. Then I watched a DVD on Northern Frontier, a week long Christan sleep-away camp in the Adirondack Mountains. For those who don't know, the mountain range is in Northeastern New York. It is near the New Yorker-Canadian border. A picture of the mountains in the fall is to the left. anyway, the camp has archery, shooting, kayaking, swimming, rock-climbing, and a bunch of other cool things! We then did some reading work (including me). We will be doing that for the rest of the week. We then went to lunch, and then to the pool. The pool was fun, but I spent more than half of the time there at the kiddie pool. I spent the last ten or something minutes racing the kids. The races would have been faster, but I didn't know how to swim. We left the pool and came back to the camp, where we had free time. We then had bible study and then snack. We (the boys) got bags full of stuff we will need when going to Northern Frontier on Sunday (5:45 in morning!). That is all...end blog entry.
This is the real end to this triple/quadruple length blog entry.
EDIT: The edit buttons are back...this is the real, real end. (6:59)

Monday, July 23, 2007

Spongebob's First Day at Day Camp

Yup. You can already tell this is about Spongebob Squarepants. I had a 30-min Spongebob dream that I am about to forget. That is why I am writing this segment here, in the early morning. The dream had to do with Patrick wanting a Krabby Patty. Squidward was taking a break, since hardly anyone was there at the place. Patrick went up and asked Spongebob for a Krabby Patty, and Spongebob told him to wait his turn. After Spongebob, severed a fish, Patrick came up. He had a number 2 card. And my dream ended there since my dad woke me up. I will type more in this post later.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Final Harry Book, Left at Chruch, and an Email

Yes! I have got it. And my brother paid for it. The latest Harry Potter book. And I will check out this awesome book. I have not read books 2-6, but it does not really matter to me at all. I am so happy to get my hands on this 759 page book full of magic and adventure. But enough about this book that almost everyone wants to read, and that got in trouble with the Jewish sabbath. Let's get back to my everyday life.

Today, at my church, my mom forgot me there. I was playing with a five year old child (who was small for his age) when I saw her car turn a corner.. I screamed and ran after her car for about a block before someone told me to calm down. I told her I could just walk home, and after a little talk, I went to ask Pastor Rob if I could walk home and he said yes. As I was walking home, I met up with my friend Daniel who said that I should call home. I did call home and I did. My mom came to get me, and that is the end of that story.

Now the email part. Yesterday, I emailed an old friend of mine that I have not talked to in a year. I sent him the first post of my blog and he actually replied. I now know that he checks his mail somewhat regularly. Anyway, he replied with the following Email:


hey Ukari its true i like ur blog u will here from me soon i might make my own blog but im always busy with HW from an advance program called Breakthrough also i got into private school im going to reapeaT the 7th grade but i dont care your friend kevin P.S. are u going to read the 7th harry potter book


That is all I am going to post for today! Bye till tomorrow afternoon!

Saturday, July 21, 2007

My first post

Hello. My alias is UK. I live in the City of New York and age 12. This is my first ever blog, and I hope to continue using it for years to come. That is all for now! I messed up with the name of my blog but it does not really matter...for now. Dun dun dun! Note the evil Master Cyclonis from Cartoon Network's and YTV's Storm Hawks series. Don't say I didn't warn you. But enough about me. Okay, more about me. I love spending time online, so this will be one of those rare blogs that actually update every single day...expect when I am on vacation, at camp, or, possibly, when I am in college. I love the show, the Fairly Odd Parents. One of Butch's best work. Soon, season seven shall come, and we will finally get to see the baby. Whose baby will it be!? No one knows...besides the FOP staff and Nickelodeon. *random shrug*
So I want to become a cartoonist. And here are ideas I have for shows, before I go and decide to draw them during the 2007-08 school year:
A talking optic beagle and his human owner have amazing, outta-this-world adventures in a Illinois town. They face, school, bullies, and evil man-and-dog eating toilets. The usual stuff.
What happens when a tweenage boy that lives in a chicken coop makes contact with a small Montana town? Everything from Ninjas to Alien Mutants that's what. Just an ordinary day in the life of Cooper Martian Rune.
Xtraordinary Generation
A show about a family of five kids with amazing superpowers that the world has never known. In their hands, is the fate of the world...if they would only realize it sooner! Before battling the evils in their Boston town, they must battle each other!

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