Wednesday, April 6, 2011

More Fun For Me!

I am so excited! Why am I excited, you ask? Here's how it works. I went to this Girl Scout thing where you build a car out of a block of wood and race it down a track called a Powder Puff Derby. Then they pick the three fastest cars to go to the regional competition, and I got chosen! SO, now I get to go to the regional Powder Puff Derby in June. YAY ME!

I'm also excited because my friend Cassie-Kay invited me to her house this Friday, and my friend Dakota is going to invite me some other Friday. So that's two Fridays I get to bring my teddy bear to school!

And one last thing. If you haven't seen my mommy's blog yet and want to, please click here.


                Thanks for reading!

18 comments:

  1. Hi Bee!

    Great job on your car for the powder puff derby! Have a great time at the regionals.

    I read all of your mom's blog posts and she is always talking about you and Cakie and DJ. She tells us how you are a very smart girl and hard worker and I can see she is right!

    I had fun reading your blog. Ask your Mom if she would post a link on her blog to every post you write so I don't miss any.

    Have a great evening, you are very blessed to have a great mom and loving family ♥.

    Suzanne

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  2. What does your car look like?

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  3. Congrats on the big win! Good Luck at Regionals!

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  4. Congratulations on your Derby results Bee!

    I hope you have fun with your friends.

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  5. Yay, congrats on your win :) That's great news! I hope you have a great time with your friends and all the best at the regionals!

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  6. Good job on your car! My son did one for Boy Scouts and he tied with 2 of his friends! Silly, huh? Have fun with your friend!

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  7. You have your mommy's great writing ability, Miss Bee! I love your creativity :) Maybe one day you'll be a famous author and I can say I read your blog once! :) God bless you!
    -Holly, Chris, and baby Levi :)

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  8. Congrats on the Derby win. I'm sure you will do great in the regional competition. I remember your Mom posting a picture of your car on her blog. You did a great job. Your mom has a great blog and so do you.

    Dede(Mommy to Sarah and Will in Texas)

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  9. Congrats on your Derby win Bee! Good luck at Regionals! The most important thing is that you have lots of fun (sounds like that's already accomplished)

    I follow your mom's blog already and she always talks about how proud she is of you, and how much you love the Powder Puff Derby :)

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  10. Very impressive Bee, congratulations and good luck!

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  11. Congratulations and Good luck for the regional.

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  12. Congratulations on your win! My 8 year old son is in boy scouts, and he looks forward to building the race car every year!

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  13. Great job! You should be very proud of yourself. Have fun with your friends!

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  14. Well done on your win. I am from Ireland and although we have girl scouts (I was one) I had never heard of a powder puff derby. I hope you do well in the regionals.

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  15. Dear Bee,

    I am so glad you were able to come to my house. It was a lot of fun! Good job on your car. I can't wait to see if you win.

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  16. Thank you, Cassie-Kay! I had a lot of fun, too. I hope you can come to my house soon! And how did you find out my blog address? Emma, I love
    Girl Scouts! And what's it like there in Ireland? Please be sure to comment again!

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  17. Hi bee, I live in northern Ireland which is a very small country and when I was little our scouting movement had some different sections for girls of different age groups. From age 5-7 we went to Bunnies ( they are now called Rainbows) we wore a gray pinafore and a tie and then 7-11 there was Brownies after that we moved up to Girl Guides then venture scouts at 16. I went to all and loved them. We has a motto 'be prepared' and a promise - I promise that I will do my best, to do my duty to God, to serve the Queen, help other people and keep the Girl Guide law. You can read more about it here:http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/home.aspx

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