Tuesday, November 27, 2012

3 Days of Thanksgiving

Hello, viewers. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. As you can see I had three more or less Thanksgiving meals. My first "Thanksgiving" meal was a clash of two birthday parties at my grandmothers house on Wednesday. Doo, my grandma, proclaimed to be her Thanksgiving meal. We had two different types of pasta and three types of french bread. It was my cousin's and my sister's birthday party, but it was really my cousin's birthday. On Thanksgiving day my family went to Tony's, a friend's house Thanksgiving meal. This was the traditional kind of meal with turkey, corn, stuffing, pumpkin pie, and much more. I enjoyed playing with his younger kids who loved to play with us. Lastly, my other grandparents from Illinois showed up for a surprise visit to our house. Julie, my stepmother, didn't know that they where coming, but her sister Amy kept the secret. Amy has four boys that I took to the park with my two sisters to play football. After a long game we all came home to eat. We had ambrosia, turkey, ham, and the best bread rolls ever. Julie made enough for twelve or so people to have about three rolls, but we ate them all. I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Hey viewers, this weekend I went to Colorado. I had a ball with my step-mother Julie. We drove to Estes Park, and did some sight seeing. When we got to Estes park we found this little town area with cool gift, toy, candy stores. Julie and I walked around for a while to look for some gifts for my sisters(Emma,and Grace) and my cousin, Victor. We found a shirt for Emma and Victor, and an awesome blown glass necklace for Grace. Victor's shirt is his birthday present, SHH! I also finished my book in Colorado, and if you knew me you would know that is an accomplishment. Here are some Colorado pictures.

Thank you viewers and followers.

Thursday, November 8, 2012


Hey viewers, how are you. On Monday I went to Byrd Wielding & Fabricating to ask for professional advice for my go-kart plan as seen below. He told me that this wasn't even half of what he needed for the go-kart plan. He suggested that I made a side view of the kart to show more depth of the whole cart, and he though that I should make a lift area in the back for the reason of my engine would scrape the ground when I installed it and drove it. Also, he was thinking that I should get steering and brake kits. It would be very complicated for me to build a brake system with little knowledge of what I am doing. As a result of that feedback I looked around some websites to find kits for that kind of thing and came across SpiderCarts. I found some cool decently priced kits, but it was not exactly what I was looking for. If anyone is out there comment me a good go-kart parts website. I will be very thankful for that.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Halloween and Day Of The Dead

Happy late Halloween and early Day Of The Dead, viewers. I have some pictures to show you Quinn and I's Jack o' lanterns that are meme faces. We are also making sugar skulls, and I know you are jealous. Well, hope you got some candy, and had a happy Halloween.

My NO meme face 

Quinn's Genius Jack o' Lantern 

Lucy is cool with me 

The sugar skulls 

The "paint" icing