Wednesday, July 11, 2007

July 11, 2007

I am starting a blog. I think my blog is going to be really cool because it’s just going to be like my own blog and I’m going to tell you all about my life. Today my Dad and I went outside to saw wood and I really liked that because my Dad almost let me saw all the wood.

And yesterday I got to climb the ladder up to the roof and then I went upstairs and I opened the window by myself and I talked to my Dad on the roof. That was so cool!
That’s all I want to say today. Bye, thank you for reading this.


Sara said...

HI Abby,
I am a teacher at Negaunee High School in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I have a six year old daughter that has also asked for her own blog. I am going to be setting her up soon! When I do, I will let her read your blog and post some comments. Then perhaps you can do the same. I think it is so cool you want to blog!

Keep on writing!

Ms. Sara Van Abel

Diane P said...

It is very important for a girl to know how to use a saw and a hammer.
Then you don't have to wait for your dad to fix things.
It is cool to work with your father on a projects though. My daughter has been working with her dad to fix up her house that she bought. It looks really cute and she is so proud that she made some of the changes. She is a first grade teacher in Amity, Oregon.
I am a 7th grade teacher in Newberg, Oregon.

My students learned to do some blogging this last year.You are getting started at a much earlier age so hooray for you. ;)

Doug said...

Hi Abby,

Write at least a few things to embarrass your dad. Trust me, he will embarass you plenty in the future. i know - I'm a dad myself.

Your dad's friend,

Doug Johnson

Oh, keep writing regardless!

Abby F. said...

Sara - it's going to be really cool if your daughter and I can read each other's blogs because then we might be able to be pen pals.

Diane - I don't know how to use a hammer yet, but I do know how to use a lot of tools.

Durff said...

I think you are right - your blog will be really cool! I had some kids make their own avatars at Portrait Illustrator and post those on their blogs. Here's the link, if the hyperlink is correct Portrait Illustrator

Jeff Whipple said...

Hi Abby...

I am a teacher and bloggers from New Brunswick, Canada. We are located about three hours northeast of Bangor Maine.

Welcome to will meet many wonderful people here as you share your ideas...

I loved the pictures from your softball game. I love softball too! What position do you like best? I am an international softball umpire and have been fortunate to travel to China, Europe and all over the United States and Canada. I have even worked three World Championship games with USA Olympic star pitcher Jennie Finch. Maybe I'll get to umpire one of your games someday!!

Say hi to your dad for me!


Abby F. said...

Jeff - I like catcher best. I have a connection with you. I was born in China and I went to an orphanage and then my forever family came to get me.

Mr. Benson said...

Hi Abby,
I saw your dad speak at a conference in Copper Mountain. He is very smart. I assure you, he didn't pay me to say that. I am a teacher at Niwot High School between Boulder and Longmont. I am trying to do more with computers at my school.

One of my projects at home is to saw a bunch of wood into small pieces and have someone take it away.

All for now,

Y.Y.Y. said...

I really like your blog. You express yourself nicely and I enjoy the pictures. I hope you continue to tell us about all the exciting things you are doing.

What were you guys doing when your Dad was on the roof and you climbed up the ladder?

Abby F. said...

YYY – He was cleaning out the gutters and I was watching.

Barbara S. said...

Hi Abby,
This is Barbara. I work with your Dad at Arapahoe. It is wonderful that you are blogging! I loved reading what you have already written. I look forward to knowing what you are doing, and I hope you will post often on your blog. Were you scared climbing up the ladder? When I clean my gutters I have to climb up a ladder. If the ladder gets shaky I get frightened.

Abby F. said...

Barbara – No I wasn’t scared, somebody was holding the ladder at the bottom so I didn’t feel it shake.

Barbara S. said...

Awesome, Abby! BTW, I am really glad you are blogging because sometimes I forget to ask your Dad what you have been doing. Now I get to read about all the fun stuff you are doing. Keep up the great work!

Miss Wills' Superstar R said...

Hi Abby

It is very cool that your grandparants have a dog.We speak in English and Maori.What language do you speak in Abby?In my school I have two freinds.I have enjoyed reading your blogs.