to day i Sunday and if you know me than you know that i am not a fan of Sunday because you cant enjoy them when you know that you have school and P.E. only 24 hours away! but otherwise i had a pretty good day. first i went to church and listened to our boring pastor (boring pastor i should of added that on to the title) and went to kids church and played with my friend Margo (who is kinda crazy) and we made window art i made a Caterpillar, a chameleon, and a crazy bird. then i left early and went to ballet there was a professional ballerina there! then i messed up in about everything (OK only the last 3 things) and left, THEN i had a play date with one of my friends Nicole we went to a pool and i met my 5th grade teachers there and we squirted each other and jumped of diving boards. and then THE SPEECH my dreaded speech for class rep. basically i made her laugh the whole time and she almost let me off but then our math teacher came over and helped which kind of made me do it. we got home and played Mario race or some Mario thing i was princess peach and i despise her but she was the best character besides baby peach i could be her but that would be disgusting.
one small spider
A spider carfully steps across its web covered in dew, strung in between some leaves over a brook going into a water fall. it is so small dangling over a beautiful river. crystal blue water rushing past not stopping to notice small gleaming coins in between rocks. at the brim of the water fall. large boulders to sit on to view the tall red wood trees tipping procariosly towerds the sun that filters through the leaves on to one speacial and magical spot. an earthy smell rises from wet rocks drying in the sun. hidden treasures covered in mud never to b found, mist from the morning dripping off of any plant that might of been in the space. a tiny drop hits the surface of the water golden from the sun and break over the water fall and falls into a quit pool. huge rocks and a beautiful sun, tall redwoods so big and dangling in the leaves over a roaring water fall and boulders, over forever lost treasures, and old, dead yet colorful leaves. small dangling spider weaves his web as the sunsets in his small glistening web and small delicat body a small spider, one small spider, his beautiful, his treasure, his big world.