A few days ago, I wrote a little letter to Mr Burt if I could do my own little Indian dance, for the FiaFia, and Guess what? He aceepted my request. I was extreamly happy. On my letter, he also put a sticker which said 'Principals Award'. I felt like I had just did something that impressed Mr Burt.
We are already half way through the moves and everybody in my group thinks that they are awesome. By the way, in my little dance there is 5 people, which is, Ala, Seini-Mino, Toreka, Sylvia and me.
I just can't wait for the FiaFia night which is on 23rd September. It is going to be soo exciting. I think I am going to love it. I hope my group and I, have a splendid day. If you live in Auckland, why don't you come and have a look on 23rd September.
Monday, August 9, 2010
A few days ago Mrs Tele'a and the extension group did a little exercise on different peoples point of view. In this, Mrs Tele'a sat down on a chair and we had to draw her. We have drawn her from the way she looked to us. As you can see, above this paragraph is a picture that I have put together. I have asked a few people for their image they have drawn and I have put them together.
In the picture that I have drawn , I think I distorted it. I think that when I draw, I should put it in the right proportions and scale it properly. I also think that I should concentrate on the view a little more. Focusing is a very important thing while you are drawing something.
This little exercise was kind of like drawing a map because we have to know how people in the oldern days had drawn their maps. We need to know that this wasn't a easy job for them as well because they had to draw it accurate.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
On the 17th July 2010 my auntie had a baby and, guess what? It is a baby boy. His name is Ahmed. I wanted her to have a girl but, unfortunately it was a boy. I really wanted to be a girl because I think that boys are VERY naughty and girls are pretty bad sometimes but, they are awesome.
Everyday I play with the Ahmed, he is so cute! Whenever my auntie come to my house I would be the first one to hold him. If somebody takes over for more than 1 hour I would insist and take him for at least 30 minutes.
I just hope that when he grows up he will be well educated, a expert in a lot of things and is a very good boy!