Saturday, January 17, 2009

Laura Beth loves the letter "R"

Laura Beth wanted to jump on the 10 things that begin with the letter "R" bandwagon. She has waited patiently for her chance to join Momma and Carter, so here is her list . . .

  1. Read - Curious George, Clifford, Little House on the Prairie, and American Girl.


  2. Rudolph - because he can fly.


  3. Richard - He is my uncle and I love to race him (I always beat him!).


  4. Roses - They are pretty flowers.


  5. Ripe Pears - They are so good to eat and they taste juicy.


  6. Rice - I like to go to Rice (Los Portales) with Lawson, Jagger, and Carter. When I get bigger, I am going to drive us there and we are going to eat all the rice! I also like to go with Gran and Grandad.


  7. Roast Beef - It smells so good when it is cooking. I think we are going to have it for lunch tomorrow!! YUM!!


  8. Run - I can run super fast


  9. Recycle - I always ask Momma if we can recycle something before I throw it away.


  10. Rock - I love to watch Camp Rock. I love to sing in my room!!!
Great job, Laura Beth!

4 comments:

Amanda said...

Great Answers Laura Beth!

Arika said...

Good Job, LB!!! I'm sure Lawson and Jagger will be ready to ride to "Rice" with you before we know it!!! :)

Wibeche og Rune said...

Now we have come up with letter "C":)

Have a blessed day!

Wibeche

*hannah* said...

I just read your list of R things. Who new I was growing up into another Mrs. Welch? I can remember when I was in your third grade class thinking that you were the world, thinking you were the coolest lady (even though you were a braves fan) and I wanted to be just like you! And now I just read your R list and O my....I am following in your footsteps. lol. I love cooking (Rachel Ray, she's a fav), I love anything with Audrey Hepburn and Carey Grant, a yes to music, and I love, love L.M. Montgomery and Lori Wick! And more than anything I love baseball and I love it more every year! I know that my third grade teacher was a huge contributer to my love for the game. Too bad we can't agree on a team. LOL. And now I'm a senior still wanting to be just like Mrs. Welch. The more I read your posts, the more I realize how much of an you had on impact on my life. Your character, the things you taught me about life, and the memories you've sown into me, these are things that I hope will come out of me as I mature. I only hope that as I grow up and become a teacher (just like Mrs. Welch), my students can look at their new teacher and say, "Man, she is the coolest lady in the world!" Just like I said when I was in the third grade. I don't really know how to say what I want. I feel like I just ramble on and on when I leave comments, but I tried! Thanks Mrs. Welch for being the teacher that inspired me to be what she was!

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