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December 4, 2008

Today I am really thankful for Mrs. Wolf, my student council advisor. She is helping us run a hats, mittens, and scarves drive at my school. Today I stayed after school to make posters, and she let us put them up wherever we wanted to.

I am also really thankful for Mr. Kuhn, my band teacher, who helped us all get ready for our concert tonight. It was my first middle school concert, and I really enjoyed it. Mr. Kuhn works so hard! All my teachers do!

—Laura

I am thankful for my teachers today too! Mrs. Morath is my teacher. She was Laura’s teacher too. She is awesome!

–Nina

We are really excited that lots of other kids are making a difference and we are going to blog about them tomorrow! Right now our mom says we have to go to sleep because it is very late though!

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2 Responses

  1. Hi, Laura and Nina,

    Today I’m thankful for my family, they’re always there for me.

    I can’t think of anything exceptionally good that I did today, But I plan to get back to it tomorrow!
    Greg G

  2. I just want to compliment you on being such an extraordinary young lady (and your sister, too)! I have been following your blog for a few months because I am working with my students on service learning and blogging about our efforts. This school year is hectic, so we haven’t gotten far yet, but I am eager to share your blog as an example of what young people can accomplish. They are a group of eighth graders and I think that seeing what you’ve done will motivate them. Keep up the great work!

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