Thursday, December 25, 2008


I GOT A Wii. My Uncle Jeff knew what I wanted and he got it for me and I am really happy. Here's a video of me opening it and it was really fun. He played the same trick on me that I played on him--putting a box, in a box, in a box. I really love my Uncle Jeff. He's the best Uncle ever!! Here's the video.

I hope that all of you had a good Christmas and Santa was good to you. And I hope that none of you forgot the real meaning of Christmas--the birth of Jesus.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Christmas Eve

It's Christmas Eve, everybody. Just one day till Christmas. I'm ready but it seems like just yesterday I was in Italy swimming in a pool. But now, it's too cold and it's almost Christmas and I'm not in Italy.

I hope it snows tomorrow, which it probably won't because it doesn't snow in San Diego. But, I wish it did.

Have all of you gotten trees already? We have a really nice one and we have about
50 presents under it. That's too much. I think I should give some of them away--just kidding. A lot of them I bought for my grandparents, my mom and my uncle. My Uncle after he comes back from work he stays with us on Christmas eve. Then in the morning of Christmas, my uncle and I both open our stockings in bed. And then I get my grandparents stockings and bring them over to them.

I always have a lot of fun on Christmas and on Christmas eve.

On Christmas evening we go to the Christmas Eve service at church and listen to the story about Jesus, the one who started Christmas. As you see, the word Christ is in Christmas because Jesus is the Christ and he was supposedly born tomorrow over 2000 years ago. Sometimes people forget that.

Also on Christmas eve, at night, before I go to bed, I get to open one present. The rest I have to save til morning.

Have a Merry Christmas.

Ho Ho Ho


This is our sausage Santa. He's always been one of our favorite decorations and as you can see, he's already for Christmas dinner.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Receiving and Giving



I really wanted to get them to see the ceremony when Barack Obama is sworn-in as President of the United States. We got a call from our congressman who said, "YOU HAVE 3 TICKETS TO THE INAUGURATION CEREMONY." I hope it snows but gramma doesn't.


Several weeks ago I did the shoe boxes again like I did last year. This time there in plastic boxes and not in shoe boxes. I did that so the kids who receive them could reuse them for other things.

Samaritans Purse takes the shoe boxes all over globally to the kids that they want to give them to. Samaritans Purse gives them to poor areas of the world so that they can actual have something and they learn about Jesus.

In the shoe boxes were toys, school supplies, dental supplies, and accessories. I bought them with my own money that I saved during the year to buy them. I spent $63 on them.

Here's some pictures of me bringing and giving the shoe boxes to the place that takes them. It was the same place as last year.

Yo, Casey

KZ in TOSCANA (or KC in So. Cal.)


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