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03-07-16

Yet again I am so sorry for not posting recently as I have just finished my end of year exams for school however a couple of months ago on the 13th-16th May I was on a school trip to Paris in France. So I decided to show you a few pictures about it and tell you what we got up to so here goes.

When we arrived at our accommodation we found our rooms unpacked and had a tour of the place. It was massive and had a variety of things to do during our breaks. The food here was quite good but I wouldn’t recommend it if I had to. The beds were quite comfortable (if you like hard beds) and the place was kept nice and clean.

The next day (the 14th) was my b-day so that night 12:00am that morning my friends that I shared a room with woke me up in celebration and I found the room to be covered in banners, balloons and all sorts and I cried at their effort they had stayed up all night working on this. I was so pleased. I opened my cards and presents and then not that long afterwards fell straight back asleep. That day we journeyed out to Parc Asterix. A theme park set around the comics ‘Asterix.’ Everyone had so much fun and it was a great birthday. Once we had arrived back at the accommodation we had free time so me and my friends watched the football match that was put on for people who wanted to join in we played music and generally just had a laugh. I was very tired that night so did not stay up late.

The next day which was 15th May was probably the most eventful we went to a few different places starting off with the French market in the center of Paris. I bought a couple of things from here: sunglasses, key chains and some little bits and bobs for friends and family back at home.After we had finished at the French Market we went on to explore the Sacre Cour. The Sacre Cour is Roman Catholic Church that was built in 1914, it is a beautiful building and one to be admired. We then went on to visit the painter’s market right around the corner from the Sacre Cour. There were many different paintings on show and some where being painted and drawn live which was exciting. I have to say we didn’t spend that long at the painter’s market until we moved on to the cruise along the river seine.  The cruise was lots of fun as not only did we get to see a close up view of the Eiffel tower but we got to see the Notre Dame too. The pointy cathedral was so majestic. I should hope to visit it one day. After we had turned around and headed back to the docking point we got off and made our way to the Eiffel Tower. For me this was the most exciting part as the view was amazing. We walked the up to the first level which already had an amazing view and then walked up to the second level which must of given us a good workout. Some of the people on the trip with me started to get really nervous and scared as they were scared of heights but they overcame their fear and went right to the very top. The view was amazing and I took loads of pictures however many of them did not turn out very well. One of the great things was that we watched the sunset. It was incredible looking out over Paris whilst the sun was setting that was the joy of my day. We arrived back late that day so we didn’t have any free time but it was worth it.

The next day was the 16th unfortunately we left on this day but there was still one more place to stop at on the way. A chcolate factory! We watched chcocolate being made and larned about how it was made and then at the end we got a chance to buy some…ITwas very expensive though. I bought three blocks of chocolate two milk chcoclates and one dark chocolate the dark was for my parents and one of the milk ones was for my brother. I ate my block on the way home on the ferry it was delicious.

And that about concludes my time in Paris. I should hope to post something else soon. Here are some pictures I took on the way.

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x BooKittyBoo x

Feb 212015
 

21/02/2015
Red Tulip I haven’t posted anything in a very long time as I was so busy because I started at a new school. I am very sorry for not posting and I hope you will forgive me but to be honest I haven’t really had any spare time to look or post anything on my blog. So I now will post the first thing of 2015. I chose this image as it represents Spring time and also Spring represents new beginnings and that is kind of what I am doing, a fresh start to my blog. Hopefully I shall be able to post at least one or two things a week but if not please forgive me because as I have mentioned this is a very busy year for me.

 x Boo Kitty Boo x

Mar 102014
 

This is The First edition of ‘What Does The Word Mean.’ I have decided that I am going to choose each word in alphabetical order, e.g . Amazing, Bombing, Catapult, Dress, Excellent, e.t.c. Not knowing what she was going to pick, or what it meant, I asked my mum to select  a random word from the ‘a’ category. She picked affinity. (So I guess I should begin, before I start to waffle on and end up with a whole page of writing, just explaining what is going to happen in these posts in great detail.)

Here it is my first What Does The Word Mean post:

Affinity

Definition:  A liking for someone’s or something’s characteristics. A similarity of characters which suggest a relationship.

I am lost, completely lost. I have absolutely no idea where to go. I don’t know what to do, where I can get help or anything. No one likes me, they all think: “She’s different from us we can’t be her friend, she has a wheelchair.  She has dyslexia. She can’t get anywhere without help, she doesn’t know anything, that girl’s creepy.” Some of this is true, I am different to everyone else. I can’t get around properly. I am not as smart as everyone else and I do have dyslexia. But this shouldn’t stop me making friends or separate me from the other kids, oh I wish I could be like every other normal kid and find the things that I find tricky, very easy. I wish we could go back home to Philadelphia. I have such affinity for Philadelphia as I was never lonely there and no one cared what I looked like or how smart I was they were all so kind and it was my home.  I wish I could have friends here. I wish I wasn’t lonely.

Boo Kitty Boo

Mar 072014
 

This is an introduction for a project I am going to be doing called ‘What Does This Word Mean.’ In this project I will pick a random word out of the dictionary, find out the definition and write it on my blog and because this post would end up being quite short, I will write a paragraph or two including the random word. So the next time you see a post about a definition of a word with a paragraph underneath them you will definitely know what it is about….I hope you enjoy them.

Boo Kitty Boo

Jan 242014
 

Tiger Hiding

 

When I was at London Zoo one day with my Granny. We went to  see the tigers in their shelter. It was quite scary at first because I was really close to the tiger but then I realised that he couldn’t hurt me because he was behind the glass. When I saw the tiger, he was hiding, well not really hiding but it looks like it doesn’t it? He looks like he is hiding waiting for his prey so he can be ready to POUNCE! on it at the just right moment. I wish I could go back there one day and take some more shots of him and all the other animals. It was a great experience. Thank you Granny.

Boo Kitty Boo

Jan 062014
 

One day, when I was sitting on a chair, bored at home I asked my Stepdad which school, he thought, was the best school in the entire world. He replied with Monkey School and because I don’t think anyone on this planet, except my crazy stepdad, knew what he was talking about, I asked him what on Earth he was going on about. He said to me that Monkey School was a school, where only the smartest children were taught and they were taught by special monkey teachers. I knew this was just nonsense but I went along with it anyway just to pass the time. He explained it further and said it was based on a secret island in the middle of nowhere, where monkeys first came from.

In Monkey Land they have a monkey university, a monkey school, a monkey village, a monkey hotel, a monkey hockey team, the monkey hospital, the monkey police, the monkey fire brigade, the monkey doctors and many other monkey things. So this conversation went on and on and eventually it stopped so I decided to be funny and I wrote two emails, to myself, pretending that they were from the monkey school, asking if I would like to join their school. I thought you would like to hear all about them so hear they are:

Dear Boo Kitty Boo,

We, the monkeys, have invited you to go and be taught in Monkey Land by our special, smart monkey teachers.

In the following email we will talk to you about the directions, accommodation and the special deals we are willing to make with you and your family.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Steve Monkey, the President of Monkey University.

 Here is the next email:

Dear Boo Kitty Boo,

I do hope that you will be able to accept this invitation, we only invited you because we knew that you had just been told about this amazing land and we knew you must have wished dearly to go to this lovely school, where well educated children are taught only to the best standards, as soon as you laid your ears on it. We also only invited you because we knew how smart you are getting and knew you must be challenged and pushed to your limits. In these following paragraphs we will talk to you about deals, school subjects, accommodation and our school inspections, APESTED.

The special deals we are willing to make with your family are:

  1. If you bring along every single person that means a lot to you, (family and friends) we will supply houses, food for the first year and we will pay everyone’s bills until your family and friends find jobs and can supply their own accommodation, food, health care and can pay their own bills.
  2. If you come with only your parents and siblings, we will pay for your flight in a private jet and have a house waiting for you when you arrive.

Please consider these two offers deeply and for now I will talk to you about our school inspections.

At our school, we, like any other normal school all over the world, have school inspections. Every school inspection we have ever had has never been ranked worse than zero. The greatest ranking we have ever received was a negative three.

If there is anything else you would like to know about school inspections please reply and we will always have enough time to answer them for you.

At Monkey school we teach, every language, literacy, math, science, history, geography, banana peeling, art, physical education, badminton, foosball and many other interesting but important subjects.

If you have any other concerns at all, then please, please, please reply urgently because if not we would have to give this wonderful opportunity of a lifetime to a four star educated child, which would obviously be such a shame as your are rated much higher than that. You and your family are all as smart as ever and are rated five star educated people.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Steve Monkey, the President of Monkey University.

There that is it for now but there may be some more weird but fun posts to come just like this one!

Boo Kitty Boo