Today I made a difference by giving Mrs. Nabozny (my teacher) a present where ten percent of the money used to purchase the gift goes to buying textbooks and supplies for schools that can’t afford them. It said Teacher’s Rule 2007 on it. I really liked it. There were different ones like some that support the troops in Iraq. Others said they supported breast cancer. But, I really liked the one that I gave my teacher. I think that one was cool.
Tomorrow we are having a big family party at my house. When I came home from school today, I did some housework to help my family. I’m going to spend tonight baking a lot of cookies too!
I’ve also decided to be a secret Santa for someone….but it’s secret! And I’m glad they don’t read my blog!
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