Saturday, January 28, 2012

A Conversation with Kassidy

Here is Kassidy's conversation. I think I'm going to print these and frame them. :o)

11 comments :

mom2natnkatncj said...

Natalie said her team might be going on a field trip to see the Hunger Games when it comes to the movies. I asked if she read the book and she said it doesn't interest her. I don't know the movie looked pretty interesting. Trying to convince her that if they do go to see the movie, then she really should read the book first ;).

Christina said...

Brits favorite sport is soccer too :-) awesome list Kassidy!

Kim said...

Kassidy and I have some things in common - I am a Preschool Teacher (Great choice Kassidy!), and I just finished reading The Hunger Games and loved all 3 books!

Great conversation!
Kim in Va

66230b64-4201-11e0-853e-000bcdcb471e said...

The Hunger Games was such an awesome series. I rally hope she likes them as much as I do! I can totally see her being a preschool teacher...actually, I can see her being a preschool teacher specializing in Special Needs. (Not saying that she would have a preschool for just SN, but having a class that is inclusive.

Holly Aytes said...

Taylor's favorite book is the Hunger Games too! She can hardly wait for the movie in march! I knew alot of her answers but didn't know she dislikes sweet pickles! LOL

impatient patient said...

kassidy reminds me a bit of myself when i was her age. i had a robust collection of rubber ducks (still do), and used the word "weird" as the first adjective to describe myself. it's good for a girl to grow up priding herself on her uniqueness and striving to maintain her individuality, especially in this day and age. way to go, kass (and mama renee)!

impatient patient said...

kassidy reminds me a bit of myself when i was her age. i had a robust collection of rubber ducks (still do), and used the word "weird" as the first adjective to describe myself. it's good for a girl to grow up priding herself on her uniqueness and striving to maintain her individuality, especially in this day and age. way to go, kass (and mama renee)!

Lynn said...

These are great!
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Isaiah 53:11-12 He shall see of the travail of his soul, and shall be satisfied: by his knowledge shall my righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear their iniquities. Therefore will I divide him a portion with the great, and he shall divide the spoil with the strong; because he hath poured out his soul unto death: and he was numbered with the transgressors; and he bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.
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Avicile Mohaili said...

I liked this idea so much that I gave these questions to my sister! Her answers were actually quite surprising and cute!

http://avicilemohaili.blogspot.com/2012/01/kyans-favorite-things.html

Evil Stepmother said...

Well, I suppose if Colorado Kassidy is allowed to read the Hunger Games, then Iowa Kassidy should be allowed to. She keeps asking me, and I'm just worried they're a little too intense. I'm in the middle of the second book now.

JennaJennJenn said...

So sweet that her one wish is for dad to work at home. How many kids would have said an iphone or something?