Not a fun day

26 Jun

Moving to a new place has its benefits. Like being at a new school,  having new friends, and having a new teacher. Like most kids, they get kind of nervous, a little happy, and shy. It could be hard to be at a new school, because you really don’t know anybody there. Tip to you from me is try to join in groups or clubs. It’s easier and faster to make new friends. So, find something to join, ask a trusted adult, and join in!

Yesterday, my friend invited me to her 9th birthday party which, was right behind her house. She had a bouncy house that was formed as a castle for her princess theme. Her little brother that turned 5 years old had the same birthday at the same day at the same time! So, I had to be careful, too.

I couldn’t join in the fun, because I broke my collar-bone just over 3 weeks ago and it all started just by a bouncy house and a gust of wind that came out of nowhere! My mom took me to a German hospital that didn’t work out so well. 😦 My brother, my mom, and I waited in the waiting room for over 4 hours! Then the nurse told us to do some X -ray, that’s when I notice that my head started hurting! When the doctor had the results he said that the collar-bone was fractured. My mom told him about my head and he just put his hand through my head and said it was just a bump and that it will go down. He had me take some motrin for the pain to help it. I’m getting much better by the minute, just need to take care of myself so it can heal better.

Will I have to run, bye!

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INTORDUCTION

24 Jun

Let me tell you about myself. I’m 9 years old and I lived in Fort Hood, TX and now my family is stationed at Mannheim, GE. My dad is a solider in the U.S. Army that works with the Blackhawk Helicopters. I have an older brother in high school, a mom, and a German Shepard. I made this blog so I can tell you what it is like being an Army brat and a point of view of a military child . Today was just like any other day, I woke up, my mom told me to get dress, I did chores, then I ate some breakfast. Soon after words, mom and I went to the CYS (for you all none military folk it means Central Youth Services) to know about the piano lessons, because if you know me I really love music. When I found out that the piano teacher was Mr. Link, the pianist at my very first play! He taught me a lot of cool stuff like there is only 7 letters of the alphabet use in the piano keys. He also taught me how to do some songs like, TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR and MARY HAVE A LITTLE LAMB,and YANKEE DODDLE. After that, it was on the sofa and t.v. time! I have to go my family and I are eating out for dinner, I wonder where?