In the vicarage we now have a new addition to the family! A pair of degus. You will probbly be wondering what on earth are degus because everyone does. They are rodents who are relatled to chinchillas who you are more likely to have heard of. They come from the mountains of Chile which are very cold so they are very fluffy. To find out more go to http://www.degutopia.co.uk.
Kitty has found the warmest place in the house. THE FIRE ! She’s been lying around like a lion. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
On Wednesday we went to the Tower of London: me, Gillis, Elliot, Mummy and Nanna. We went there by tube. The tube is great because it is very comfortable. It was a bit difficult because we sometimes missed the train and had to wait for ages but when we got there we went into the Welcome office and we got a bag of kids stuff. For example – pencil, badge, book and leaflets. My favourite was the badge because it said ‘Practicing Princess’.
After we’d got our bag we went to the Crown Jewels. They were sooooo beautiful. One crown had the biggest diamond in the world! The orb was as big as a melon. It was very very round. After that we went to lunch. Me and Gillis had fish and chips. Elliot had sausage and chips. The kids got free homemade lemonade plus a free fairy cake. Yummmm.
After lunch we went to see the armour. There were wooden horses there and they were huge. Then we went to Knight School. At Knight School we learnt how to be a knight. We danced and we were told that knight means servant. Afterwards we went to get knighted by King Edward I! I was knighted in the name of St Michael the Archangel, St Agatha and all the Christian saints.
Once Knight School had finished we went to the tower shop. I got a beautiful golden necklace with a ruby. (It was only £3.99).
Today in Spanish Club we were recording our puppets on Mrs S’s video recorder. My puppet was called Maddie and my partner was Simran. Her puppet was called Lily.
After we’d filmed them we went back to class. The last lesson we went into the hall with all the other juniors and we sand some Spanish songs with Mrs S. Mrs S showed the rest of the juniors our plays. I was totally embarrassed. We were speaking in Spanish.
Madame Pamplemousse and her incredibale edibles is a INCREDIBLE story. If you are gutsy, adaventurus and funny you will like this book.
This book is spooky in the part when Madame Pamplemousse is there one second and is gone the next. In my matter of opinion I would say it is joyful because in the end Madeleine gets a happy family. It is sad because Monsieur Lard had to go to prison. It is disgusting because Madame Pamplemousse’s incredible edibles are things like cobra brains in black butter and great white shark fin in banana liquor. Blurgh!
It is weird because of the names of the edibles. I read it quite quickly. It is one of my favourite books because it has different feelings at different times. You want to cry and laugh and dance all at the same time.
The Church sunday school went to the pantomime to see Robin hood today. I LOVED IT! My favourite character was Robin Hood, Robin Hood was played by a GIRL! My favourite scene was when the sheriff of Nottingham was dressed as a ghost. He chased the merry men, then they chased him. YIKES!
A cute little baby visited our house. He is just starting to walk. Sometimes we have to help him. He is very cute! He is one of my favourite little babies I like playing with them. When I am older I want to be a nursery nurse. Probably. I have loads of jobs I want to do. I can’t choose.