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Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe

writing for parents of the bravest hearts

Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe

green writing for parents

Summer of ’01, Week #2

I wonder who won on June 21.

June 18, 2001

Write in detail what YOU would do to save Ginger. What I would do to save Ginger is that when she was released from the leglocks and into the duct, I would catch her. If she fell into the duct, she will be made into a pie. Rocky came to save her before the pie machine was about to explode.

June 19, 2001

Do you have pets? Yes, I have two dogs and two cats. One of my dogs is a German Shepphard. The other one is a collie. Their names are Patch and Rex. Patch is the German Shepphard and Rex is the collie. You can play with them, but they bark for me when it’s time for me to come to school. My cats are both felines. Their names are Smokey and Wiskers. Smokey is a gray cat, often hungry and used to humans. Wiskers is a black and white cat, shy and afraid of humans. I often have a feeling Wiskers will run from my house.

June 21, 2001

The, This, These, That, Those, Thee, Throne, There, Throw, Threw, Three, Thousand, Thirteen, Thirty, They, Them, Then, Theme, Therefore, Than, Thursday, Thirty-one, They’re

June 22, 2001

The type of equipment that is needed for rock-climbing and to rock climb safely is tennis shoes. You can’t wear sandals over there because you might get your feet scraped while rock climbing. It’s also against the rules to wear sandals.

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