Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

And Happy 20th Anniversary, Mom and Dad!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving, because I sure did!  We had a progressive dinner, starting at the Carlsons'* house for the appetizers, then to our house for the main dinner, then to my Grandma's house for dessert, movies and games.  We also got to go outside and play with mini rockets and airplanes at a nearby parking lot, which was really fun.  Anyways, enough about me.  How was your Thanksgiving?  Leave plenty of comments!!!

* Look under April, and see I'm Back!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

My Letter to the M&M Company

Dear M&M Company,    

 My family loves M&Ms, especially my Dad.  He likes to open a little package and organize them by color, and eat them in a pattern.  My younger brother likes to take the M&Ms and push them together to see which is stronger, by how well they stay together.  Then the M&M will move up and up to become the ultimate M&M Champion.  For me, I just like to eat them.  J   

One thing I really like about M&Ms are the different colors.  Although they don’t change the taste, it gives them personality.  I think it would be really cool if each month, you would choose a featured M&M color.  For example, January’s color could be purple.  In the January bag, there would be different shades of purple.  Violet, Orchid, Heliotrope, Royal Purple, etc.  I know you already do this for February and December, but for every month?  It would be awesome!!!  My favorite color is blue, and to see all the shades of blue in one little package would be like seeing Blue Jays, the Ocean, Blue Morpho Didius butterflies, and the night sky, all jammed together to form a work of art!  Just think how many fan letters you would receive, thanking you for using their favorite color!  I hope you’ll consider this idea!

Friday, November 4, 2011

My 100th Post!

   Yay!  I have now blogged 100 times!  I feel so accomplished!

To make this celebration even better, I have a four-day weekend!  Then, we have Friday off, too.  So first a 4-day, then a 3-day.  Yay!  I wish I could celebrate this often!