Thursday, March 26, 2009

Statue Of Liberty

I just love the Statue of Liberty!!!!!! Statue of Liberty is my favorite place in New York. I love the Statue of Liberty!I LOVE THE STATUE OF LIBERTY!!!!

Oh, I didn't see you there. Nice to meet everyone. I never saw everyone. I'm just joking!!!!!!!!!!

I felt mad whenI threw a fit.
I didn't feel sad
I didn't feel scared.
I feel glad that I am doing my blog.

The things I like about myself are:
1. Normal kid
2. Working hard
3. Smartest kid the world.

I am grateful for:
1. AWESOME MOM!!!!!!!
3. Essie The Accidental Mommy
4. Vicsens
5. Muppet Soul

THANK YOU FOR THE COMMENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!♥ :-) I put my words in green for the Statue of Liberty.




SocialWkr24/7 said...

Ha! I actually laughed out loud when I read the beginning of your post! Clever girl. :)

Essie the Accidental Mommy said...

LOL, you didnt see me? I must have been on the other side.

Carol E. said...

Look at that! You now see yourself as a normal girl! Hooray for you and your hard work!!

Essie the Accidental Mommy said...

Oh yeah I noticed that too and forgot to mention it (sorry, I am sick and my brain is broken). Sounds like 'being normal' is on the right list now!

Torina said...

Some day I will take my kids to see the Statue of Liberty just like you did! I am glad you are doing well. You should be proud of yourself!

vicsens said...

Wow, J! Thanks for the shout-out...that made me very happy.

I'm glad you got to see the Statue of Liberty...isn't it awesome??

You are doing so good..keep up the good work!


Dia por Dia said...

Hi J.
Hope you don't mind I added a new sticker to your follower list. I used to live in New York and am really glad you had a fun trip. You went to some of my favorite places. My daughter is 8 and the statue of liberty is her favorite place in NY. I think I have a picture of her pretending to be the statue of liberty. I look forward to reading more.

Have a nice day.

marythemom said...

Hi J,

I just wanted to tell you how amazing I think you are. You've worked so hard to get to where you are. I'm so proud of you.

I adopted my kids from the same state you came from at the same time. They are older then you are, but I think you are closer to being "normal" then they are. Give your mommy a big hug from me, she sure is a great mom. She has helped me a lot too.

Mary in Texas
Mom to Ponito (10), Bob (12), Kitty (14 as of 2 days ago) and her brother Bear (15) that we adopted last year.

Denise said...

I'm just dropping by to say hi. I've missed your blog posts!


r said...

Hi J--

I found your blog earlier and read every single post. I wanted to leave you a comment saying WOW!! I am very blown away by what an AMAZING person you are!

I didn't know anything about RAD before I read your blog, but you made me interested in learning so I read a bunch of web pages that taught me about it. I have a different disorder and it is very hard for me to live with. But from what I can tell, the two disorders have a lot of things in common, so I think I understand a lot of how you feel. But I'm an adult and you seem like you handle it SO much better than I do! I completely understand exactly what it's just to just want to be "normal," but you fight and work so hard to make that happen! I don't do that, but reading your blog makes me really want to start trying! You're so inspiring.

You have so much to be proud of. You're such a beautiful little girl. I mean beautiful on the inside (but you're very pretty too).

I don't have a blog and it's been a while since you posted, but I'm going to keep checking back here to see if you start writing again, as long as that's ok with you.

Keep fighting!

Sassy said...

Hi J! It's been a long time since you posted. Are you okay? What's been happening?

I live in Australia and it's starting to get cold here, is it starting to get warm where you live? Are you looking forward to Summer?

Corazon said...

I just started reading your blog. I think it is very interesting. I like the pink and green colors that go together very well. My background has blue and green and daisies on it. I was reading about you and RAD. I am just like you. I am a RAD kid too but I am getting better at being a normal kid. I am 8 just like you. I am in 3rd grade. I was homeschooling until January and now I go to a small school. I want to home school again. I love reading and sometimes I get lost in the book and I can't concentrate on whatever I need to do. Ask your mom if you can read my blog. My blog is about all these journal prompts that I do and my feelings.

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Linda B. said...

Hi J!
I have been thinking of you a lot and am glad to see you have blogged. Reading your last post sounded like any kid could have written it. So normal!!!!

Sassy said...

Hi J! It's been a while since you blogged. I've been thinking about you and hope that you're okay.

- Sassy