I love all of my travels, but my favorite times are when I get to stop and visit with my good friends! In my school we have a program where every year we pick a student from somewhere else in the world to be pen-pals with. The pen-pal program helps us with our writing skills, very important for me! When we get letters back, we also learn about other places and their cultures. Having a pen-pals is super cool, especially now, when I can't really travel and meet up with friends.
A few years ago I was able to do a tour of the UK and one of the places I visited was the home and birthplace of the great literary bard, William Shakespeare. He was born in England's West Midlands town of Stratford-upon-Avon. What a neat place! It was almost like time travel! I loved walking down the streets and seeing all the old buildings where Shakespeare himself may have spent time. What was really funny is that even with my short neck, I felt really tall when I tried to
Last week I told you all about my favorite things. This week I want to share one of my adventures that didn't turn out to be a favorite, but it was still really cool to be able to look back and say that at least I tried! One time when I went to summer camp with my human friends Julie and Michael, there was a lake and they challenged me to try canoeing. I always like a new challenge so off we went to the lake! I was really excited until it came time for me to get into the cano
This week, I want to tell you all about some of my favorite things! Can you guess what my very first favorite thing is? It's you! I love meeting new friends all around the world! I have made friends with all kinds of animals that I never would have met at home, like kangaroos, panda bears and camels! I even met a penguin once! People from other places are fascinating too! I really enjoy talking to them about their homes and learning about the differences in our cultures. What