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Favorite Book (:


Im reading this book called The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven. It is a true story that happened near Columbus in Ohio, November 2004. It is about a 6 year old boy named Alex who was severely injuried in a car crash on his way home from church and the park with his father. The accident caused Alex to have life threating injuries and his dad was not hurt at all.. many thought Alex was not going to live.  His injuries were so crucial that he would not be able to talk, walk, or breathe on his own, which is what the doctor said. Alexs’ mother, Beth, did not belive the doctor, she knew he would be healed. Alex was in a comma for 2 months, before coming back. When he was able to talk, he told everyone that he had went to heaven, there were certain things God told Alex he could not say, but he had alot of information. It is my FAVORITE book, even though I am not finished with it yet, I suggest anyone would like this book.


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60’s Fashion, TV shows,Technology, ect.


 The Alvin Show use to be a very popluar show for kids in the 60’s. Today they have re-made this show, its the Alvin and the Chimpmunks. They have several movies out too. Personally its a great show!!

 60’s fashion was crazy different compared to the things that are “in” now-a-days. We never wear dresses like this, but some things have followed to this year, like capris. A bunch of girls use to wear capris and mini skirts in the 60s.


 The Greasers were very popular in the 60’s. It was one of the only gangs that everyone knew. Today we really dont have any Greasers, now most common gangs would be the Bloods and the Crypts.


 The cassete tape was invented in the 60’s, it was a great new invention back then. Then later on they made the Walkman, for CDS. Nobody even uses them anymore now its Ipods and Iphones, or built in music on youre phones. Its so cool and crazy how things changed.


First Spacecraft Monitoring Station at Cape Canaveral, Florida - Click to view at high resolution The First Spacecraft Moinitoring Station at Cape Canaveral, Florida. – This looks so different and old compared to the Satalite pictures we have now. You can imagine how hard of troubles we would have now-a-days trying to figure out how to use the things they used to monitor from a satalite, or even anything that they used!!!




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S.E. Hinton


S.E. Hinton was 15 when she started writing the book The Outsiders. It finally got published by the time she turned 18 in the year 1967. She went by S.E. when her book got published but her name was Susan Eloise Hinton. What influenced Susan to write this book was that she was going through some rough times and her friend got jumped because he was a greaser.

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First blog, ugh I feel sick.


This is my first time doing a blog, and I had a hard time setting it up.. It really caused me to have a horrible migrane. I cant stare at the screen any longer..Blah I feel so sick I cant wait to go home. Only 12 minutes left of school then im out of here.

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