Sunday, November 14, 2010

Interview with one of my stars....

I have decided that I am going to start to interview my kids so you can all get to know them better and so that they can look back on this time in their life and smile.... so here goes..... I am going to start in the middle......
Introducing Sarah Ruth!!!!!
Age: 7 1/2
Grade: 1st grade
Favorite color: red
Likes to do: rollerskate, karate
Doesn't like to do: I don't like when Brody eats my food (our lab).
Favorite memory: When Daddy plays with me on the trampoline
Favorite subject in school: PE
Favorite Food: strawberries
Favorite candy: carmel candies
Favorite animal: cat
Favorite bird: blue jay
When you look at yourself in the mirror, what do you think: beautiful, excellent, fantastic, world-wide
How would you describe yourself: I love my brownish blond hair, and I love my outfits.
Why do you love  your family: Because they love me and I love them. Because they help me all the time.

Sarah finished her interview and grabbed two slices of bread proclaiming, "Now I am off to feed the ducks!"
 She has become quite agile on her rollerblades....
 this is a creation she made at school called the "Cute-a-pillar"...
She says that it looks a lot like the caterpillar on Alice in Wonderland.... I agree!!!!


Bonnie Hynes said...

Is it annoying or flattering if I steal this idea!! I love that they will have these answers to look back on. If your answer to my first question was "annoying", then dint check my blog for a week or two, ok? Hee hee. See you soon. Countdown: 8 days!!

Christa Johnson said...

Bonnie, I would consider it an honor if you copied my idea!!
P.s. I can't wait to see you guys!!!!

Farr Family said...

I love your sweet Sarah! I love the little tidbits! I will have to copy your idea also!

Grama Karen and Papa Lund said...

We had the pleasure of being here with you for most of these activities. Loved the movie: quote of the movies is a single word:
SPEE EYE DER ===== Loved the Cute-a- piller and saw it hot glued 4 times the first day.
Thanks for letting us be here for these times.