Sunday, February 6, 2011


I was on the Koins for Kenya blog the other day and I found these cute pictures from this summer.
This is my best friend Konga. She followed me every where. I miss her so much. (Notice her pink toe nails)
The kids loved bubbles. Notice Konga right next to me in her cute red dress. Her family had good clothes and they had shoes. Her brother is the boy in red with shoes.
This is the day I found Konga. She was standing in the dirt crying. She was so sick. Her poor ear. I snuck her ear drops and food and medicine every day. By the time I left she was all better!! Yay!!
This was my favorite function we went to. We had a massive dance party that lasted a good 20 mins. The kids were singing and clapping as we all danced.
This is at the ceremony for Dallin's school. The ceremony lasted 4 very long hours. Look at the looks on our faces. Classic!
Here is the rose that we burned on all the school desk in honor of Sophie!


About a month ago I wanted to burn some music for my class. I wanted them to be exposed to the classic children songs that I grew up with.

Songs such as:
The itsy bitsy spider
Head shoulders knees and toes
1 2 buckle my shoe
Mary had a little lamb
Twinkle twinkle little star
I'm a little tea pot
and so on

When I put the cd on not much happened. They almost didn't even notice it was on. They only knew a few songs. I went back on iTunes and I saw the top children's songs were those from popular tv shows- Handy Manny, Bob the Builder, Max and Ruby, Diego, Imagination Movers, Yo Gabba Gabba and so on. When I put that cd on I swear the kids thought it was Christmas. They were screaming and jumping up and down. They knew all the words and exactly what tv show it was from. Wow have times changed since I was a kid.

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