One of our great teachers, Mr. Armando Rodriguez passed away today. We are very sad and our love and thoughts go out to his family.
The wonderful folks at MileHICon have invited us back and we will be there the entire weekend. Come see us!
Friday 4 pm -6 pm
Saturday 10 am- 6 pm
Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
7800 E Tufts Ave, Denver, CO 80237
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
I can't wait. It will be Halloween in two weeks. I'm not sure what I'm going to be dressed up as yet. Mama Monkey is supposed to make me a costume. She says it's a surprise. I can't wait! What are you going to be this year?
I caught a cold already. It's not even winter and my nose is stuffed and I'm up at night coughing. It's been hard to concentrate in school, but I'm not sick enough to stay home. Mama Monkey thinks it's important that I go to school as often as I can. It's been tough. I hope my cold is gone before Halloween.
I really love when it starts to feel like fall and the leaves start to change colors. The only thing I don't like about fall is taking showers or baths. Since it's now chilly outside and it takes a long time for my fuzz to dry, it feels like I'm cold for the rest of the night when I take a bath. Mama Monkey says she knows it's getting colder when she has to force me into the tub. She had to do that tonight and she wasn't happy about it. I've asked her for bigger, fluffier towels. Mama Monkey said she would she if Aunt Fuchsia would make us some. I'm going to go over to her house tomorrow to beg her to make them so I can be warm after taking a bath.
Our Halloween book is on sale! Celebrate this Halloween with us!
I was tricked today. Mr. Howler said that the school had something special planned for all of the kids. I thought it was going to be something fun, especially because we had an assembly during math. I was so happy not to be doing math. (It's my toughest subject and I have trouble with it sometimes.)
We were lined up and seated in the auditorium. The teachers were putting on a show, but I noticed that kids were being pulled out row by row. They didn't look happy when they came back. I was near the back so it took a while for them to get to us.
After a while, they finally called my row. I wasn't too upset yet, because it was intermission. We were taken to a small room and told to line up outside the door where we would wait until it was our turn. I was first so I went in and there was Mama Monkey behind the screen. It was shot day and she was there with other people who gave shots. Mama Monkey gave me my shots. They didn't hurt too much, but I still wish I didn't need them.