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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Merry Christmas!

Jesus was born a zillion years ago, and I am happy. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New year!

Thursday, December 20, 2012


We are making snowflakes for the kids that are going back to school after that awful shooting. They will be putting snowflakes all over the school. So I just wanted to show the one that I made.:)

Here is the glitter we used.
Hope you like it!

Monday, December 17, 2012

Christmas pictures!

Here our the Christmas pictures of our family: Taken by Mom, and Erika

 Anna/ (Stevie)

 All sisters

 Alli and Sarah
 All sisters



Monday, December 10, 2012

Another test!

                           I HOPE YOU  LIKE CLUES!:)

First: This is a test for the tie breakers in the last test. (other people may do it after the test is over).
I will have some clues and stuff,:) and the person who gets the most right wins. By the ways the answers you find, will also be kind of like a clue thing, in the end from the answers.. you will have to answer one more question.

                                these are four words

Clue number two!:What happened to the house and furnishings after Jefferson's death? Because Jefferson died more than $107,000 in debt, his daughter Martha Jefferson Randolph and her son and financial manager, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, found it necessary first to sell nearly all of the contents of Monticello and then to sell the plantation itself. In 1827, the furniture, animals, farm equipment, and slaves were offered at an executor's sale. In 1831, James T. Barclay, a local apothecary, purchased the home and 552 acres for $4,500, less the value of his own home. Unsuccessful in his attempts to cultivate silk worms there, he offered Monticello for sale barely two years later. In 1834, Uriah P. Levy, a naval officer who admired Jefferson's views on religious tolerance, purchased the house. Levy died in 1862 and bequeathed Monticello to the government if certain conditions were met. During the Civil War, the Confederacy seized and sold the property. After the war, the government declined the terms of Levy's request, and Levy's heirs contested the ownership. Not until years of litigation had passed did Jefferson Monroe Levy, Uriah P. Levy's nephew, take possession in 1879. Both uncle and nephew strove to preserve Monticello as a memorial to Jefferson. In 1923, Jefferson Monroe Levy sold Monticello to the newly created Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns Monticello today.

Clue number three!:
                                  go to this link.. How many buttons does he have?

Clue number four!: T i . i . t e. n m e . o . b l s. o . m . s o s.
                                this last one is probably the hardest. There are missing letters and you have to find
                                 them. BTW: dots are the end of each word, and spaces mean there is a missing letter.

Alright now that you have you answers! You have to find out what type of character/character I am naming. HAVE FUN! And good luck...:).

Wednesday, December 5, 2012