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Tuesday, February 10, 2004

Flowers Are Pretty 

I think flowers are about the prettiest thing in the world. They're so colorful and they smell fabulous. Plus, they're a perfect way to say "I love you" to that certain special someone! Sometimes I think God put flowers here just to make us smile each and every day.

You can buy all kinds of flowers -- roses, tulips, and so many more! Isn't it weird that you can just go to a store and buy a flower? It's like buying a tree! I think that's kooky. Still, I must say that I really like getting flowers. They're a perfect "pick me up". No wonder FTD calls it the "Pick Me Up" Bouquet! (That's such a weird word, bouquet. It looks like it's spelled wrong, doesn't it?)

Today I saw a woman buying some flowers for her husband. It was so sweet -- you could totally tell that she wanted the flowers to really make him smile. I think that's great, when someone uses flowers to make another person happy.

Make Way for Ducklings

Another thing I think is super cute is baby ducks! Couldn't you just grab them up and hug them forever? They're so soft and fuzzy -- and maybe it's me, but they seem happy, too. Seems like they're always frolicking and playing around in the lake.

Sometimes I like to get some old bread (not too old!) and go down to the lake and feed the ducks. They always seem so grateful when I give them my leftover bread.

I don't know why people always have to focus on negative things like war and starvation when there's so much in the world that's pretty and wonderful, like flowers and baby ducks!

Support the President!

Speaking of war, I don't understand how so many people can talk bad about President Bush. I, for one, stand behind him 1000%! Whether you agree that we had to stop that madman Saddam Hussein or not (I don't understand how you can't, but let's just say for the sake of argument), you have to support our leader -- he's the President!

It's like that song says -- I'm proud to be an American, and to live in the USA. Imagine what it would be like to live in Russia: nothing but borscht and vodka all day long. Yuck! No communist food for me, thanks. I'll take good old hamburgers and hot dogs.

Today at School

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Watch this neat flash movie featuring Lee Greenwood's patriotic song "I'm Proud to be an American," courtesy of RiverSongs. Or check out the inspiring movie for The Day the Eagle Cried!

Today I'm listening to: Kenny G! He's got so much soul!