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So how y'all doing? My name's Cassidy and the gentleman you see in my picture is Sam. I like cats and music a lot and oh I play the ukulele, piano, and other shtuff. Have a nice day :)

Monday, November 3, 2008

Can you get bees in your body as well as bugs?


The answer is YES! My sister does not have a stomach bug. She defiantly has a stomach bee. She won't eat her eggs at dinner, threw up twice last night, and has been watching movies all day. But, i must admit, i watched movies all day too, so i can't say that she's the one with all the faults. We watched pink panther, Pocahontas, Three Caballeros, and HSM2. I, also, have a throat bee. It stings and itches and hurts every time i yawn, swallow, or burp. IT'S THE END OF THE THROAT RELATED WORLD! HELP! I need to stop capitalizing. It will divert people's attention from the point. O.k., I am glad Christmas is coming up. Santa, in my stocking, please put in a dictionary! I always ask everyone to look up words. Please, until i get a dictionary, someone look up divert! I don't know exactly what it means, but I've heard someone say it in a sentence like that. Well, i gotta go. Getting late.

Good bye! ( I'm working on not saying yours truly)
Cassidy

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

di·vert /dɪˈvɜrt, daɪ-/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[di-vurt, dahy-] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–verb (used with object)
1. to turn aside or from a path or course; deflect.
2. British. to route (traffic) on a detour.
3. to draw off to a different course, purpose, etc.
4. to distract from serious occupation; entertain or amuse.
–verb (used without object)
5. to turn aside; veer: It is sad to see so much talent divert to trivial occupations.