Holidays and Mustaches

This is how the story of Rdjahmaha continues (by Elizabeth, grade 1). You can read the first part of Rdjahmaha’s story here.

Here’s another thing you should know about me, I have red hair. Long straight red hair! But, I really don’t like it that much, I think I am going to cut it short and dye it yellow.

Last Friday night I went to my friend’s house. They told me the funniest jokes ever! They haven’t seen me since my other tooth came in. They loved my new gold tooth. I also met a new friend Mario last Halloween! He is very nice.

Last Halloween me and my friends went trick- or- treating. I dressed up as a princess. Mario dressed up like a monster, he wasn’t that scary. Mrs. Rock dressed up as Elizabeth (me). I found out yesterday that my real name is Rom.

I went Easter egg hunting with Mrs. Rock, Mario, and Cleo. We had fun. My favorite part of the Easter egg hunt was going to eat Mexican food. My favorite fruit is apples, red apples.

I found out tonight that I came from New Mexico! When I was a baby I played with my friends.

Yesterday my friend told me a funny joke it was, “why did the skeleton run across the road? Because he had no legs!”

When I went to school one day we did a lot of fun stuff. I have pretty stripes on me, one is red, pink, purple, and blue. We play sparkle at school. I went home to my parents and they asked if I had a good day at school. I said yes! Then on Christmas I got the dog I wanted!

We had a new rock come to our school. Her name was Madison. She asked if I would be her friend. I said I will!

I have a purple mustache. I have a curly mustache. My favorite place to go is McDonalds.

To be continued…

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Rdjahmaha (GSD24) is part of a series of monster rocks created by students of Gideon School District in Missouri. We invite you to visit all GSD rocks and submit your comments and feedback, it will be much appreciated.

If you have found this rock or would like to continue this story, let us know!

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