Saturday, 31 July 2010

Respect for the Disabled

Today when I visited the ‘Build a Bear Workshop’, which is a company that allows children to make their own teddy bears, dress them and give them props, I was very pleased to see a wheel chair made for a teddy bear. Children should be made aware of disability. They should be told that disabled people should be treated with the same amount of respect as everybody else even though their bodies might not be as able as theirs. Toys could be used to demonstrate that all people are different from each other whether they are disabled or not. Disabled people should be valued for what they are.

Friday, 23 July 2010

Classical kid

On my recent holiday to Ireland we visited a church at which a choir from Oxford University were performing. I, being the respectable child I am, listened with great intrest but the child behind me was fidgeting and talking. I turned around and gave her an 'angry kid look', she then sat still and was quiet for about two minutes. For you lazy adults who can't be bothered to find out what an 'angry kid face' is I have supplied you with a picture above. The things I have to do around here (tut tut).

I do not understand why kids cannot respect the art of classical music when they can respect the art of rap music.

Saturday, 17 July 2010


Tommorow i am going to Ireland with my mum and great aunt. It is going to be so much fun. I have just been to Paris, two days ago, and that was brill but we stayed in a very, very bad part of town.
One other good thing about going to Ireland is that my mum accidentally booked us a 4 day trip instead of a 3 day trip. By the way, I did check my piggy bank but I only had £4.50 so I have ditched the idea of sending my Dad to Mauritius. I've got to go and pack my bag...

Friday, 9 July 2010

'School's out for summer'

9th July
Yey it's Summer, which means holidays, parties and more time to bloom. Oh! and also mum will be on the deck chair and not paying attention to my behaviour! Everyday will be like a saturday. Maybe i shall by my mum a whole stack of books to keep her occupied while i play, or is that just a waste of money? yeah she can buy her own books and i'll spend my money on icecream. Now dad is a bit harder to dispense of maybe I could send him off to Mauritius. That costs about a thousand pounds, wait here while I check my piggy bank.