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snow picture

The snow is still on the ground here and we had to dig our way out on Monday so that I could get to school.  It has gone icy now so here is a picture of when it was nice and new.

NEW PICTURE

I was looking at a book tonight which showed how all the different shades and types of skies and this is my picture with a sky at the end of a hot day.

SNOW FAMILY

We got much more snow that we thought so we were able to complete the mission.   One snow family and a dog.

 

Saturday

Whoo Hoo, it is snowing in Hertfordshire.  A picture out of my bedroom window.  Can’t wait until tomorrow.

Friday

I am hoping we are going to get a lot of snow over the next couple of days.   I want to build a whole family of snowmen because we live near a place where they will be safe.  Last year, when I was living in the NW , mum and me built a 2.2 family of snowmen and a polar bear.  Somebody pinched one of the snow children and the head of the dad and smashed the snow mum.   The polar bear lasted two hours before somebody smashed it up.

They were quite good and people were taking photographs of them.  Now I can build as many as I like and no one will knock them down, so let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!!

Tuesday

here is a new photo of my second cousin Sarina Mae.  She lives in Den haag in  Holland.  She used to do lots of modelling when she was younger and now she is a singer and she writes her own songs.   Sarina is going to America this Summer .  Good luck Sarina.

MONDAY AGAIN

I got an email today from Dave Aspinall of Block Films.  He is the director of his short film called ‘Cardboard Andy’ featuring Darren Jeffries, me and Archie Clark.   He said things are going well and it will be ready soon.  He sent this picture of us during filming where he pretended to look fed up but I couldn’t keep a straight face.  My mum thinks we look alike.

Monday

I had to sing a pop song in my singing lesson today.  I chose Shine by Take That.  I didn’t realise how hard it was and it sounded like a cat being dragged down the motorway.  Must try harder lol.

Saturday again

thanks to Chris Palmer for inviting us to see ‘The boy with Chocolate Fingers’  I played ‘Donald’  and he has chocolate fingers.

My brother and his wife came to watch as well and we all had a lovely day.   Afterwards we went for something to eat and we also went bowling.

Here is a photo of me and Chris after the screening.