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Watched Groundhog Day

I watched Groundhog Day and I thought that it was actually pretty good and funny!

went to traverse city!

Read "Magic Tree House #1: Dinosaurs Before Dark" to my little brother

My brother wanted me to read him a story so I decided to read him the first book to the Magic Tree House Series. The 1st book is about 2 kids named Jack and his younger sister Annie. One day they discover a treehouse full of books. But when Jack picks up a dinosaur book and then wishes that he could really see the Pteranodon pictured in one of them, it appears at the window and they find themselves in a dinosaur land. They decide to explore the land and soon are threatened by a Tyrannosaurus.Good thing the Pteranodon comes to their rescue. Soon after the rescue, they had figured out enough about the magic that carried them back in time to be able to use it to return home. If you want to find out what was the magic that carried them to this land, I recommend that you read the book to find out. This is also a great book for beggining chapter book reader.

Did a little project about the Alamo Museum

I did a little project about the alamo museum and learned about the battle between Texas and Mexico

finished watching the first season of Lark Rise to Candleford

So many acclaimed actors in this series make it a treat to watch.

Went to see McGulpin Rock by Mackinaw City - dates back to 1615

McGulpin Rock (west of Mackinaw City, on the shore of Lake Michigan) is 5 times the size of the Pilgrim's Plymouth Rock and dates 5 years before the Pilgrims even arrived on the Mayflower... but it doesn't get as much publicity! Native tribes used this huge rock to guage the rise and fall of the Great Lakes. It is 9 feet tall and weighs an estimated 54 tons We walked right up to this really big, old rock and took pictures.

Read "Devil in the White City" by Erik Larson

A non-fiction book about the World's Fair in Chicago during the 1890's and the serial killer that used that occasion to find his victims. Anytime that I can find a non-fiction book about a serial killer, I will jump on it. The psychology behind psychopaths is very interesting.

Read "How the States Got Their Shapes"

started re-watching Doctor Who

Starting with Nine.

Started reading "Slaughterhouse Five" by Kurt Vonnegut

"a satirical novel about World War II experiences and journeys through time of a soldier called Billy Pilgrim" --It's pretty good so far!

Watched Doctor Who

Watching the Doctor travel through time with his companions... Especially Rory<3

I read the book: long long ago

How things were before i was born and how things are now. really interesting.

read "The Shoemaker's Wife" a love story that spans the years from 1900-1940's

TieDye Shirts

Self-guided tour using historic Trail Markers of Civil War sites