Thursday, October 08, 2009

Memoirs of Mr Wones

Wow, it has been a long time since I have posted, mainly because of having so much work in Mr Jones class! ( Lots of Maths! )
The classroom is so much different to Mr Woody's, and especially from Mr Wones!
Does anyone remember Mr Wones? I think we all got a detention that day! Mr Jones thankfully isn't that harsh, but he can be a lot scarier when he wants to!!

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Idiot test

Look down the very bottom of my blog (just before my glogs) for awesome idiot test.
It is hilarious!!!!


Non-Recyclable Items
Animal waste
Cigarette butts
Food boxes
Plastic toys
Toothpaste tubes
Waxed paper
Carbon paper
Cat litter
Disposable diapers
Food waste
Old clothes/shoes
Soiled paper plates
Window glass

Recyclable Items

Aerosol cans
(completely empty)
Aluminium cans
Aluminium foil, clean
Beverage cans
Cardboard cereal boxes
(remove lining)
Computer paper
Cardboard egg cartons
Food cans
Glass bottles and jars
Glass cosmetic bottles
Laundry bottles
(remove caps and lids)
Paper tubes
Phone books
Tin cans
Tissue boxes
Used envelopes
Wrapping paper
Junk mail

Sunday, October 26, 2008



Globalization is a way to be global, worldwide, international, intercontinental. While internationalization has inclined to refer to the process, today globalization has become identified with a number of trends, most of which have been particularly evident in the period since World War II. These include:
An increase in a number of standards applied globally; e.g.
copyright laws
An increase in
international trade at a faster rate than the growth in the world economy
Increase in the share of the world economy controlled by
multinational corporations
Development of a
global financial system
Greater international cultural influences, for example through exports of
Hollywood movies
Reduction in global
cultural diversity
Greater international
travel and tourism
Greater sharing of information, by the spreading of technology such as the
Internet and telephone
immigration, including illegal immigration.

Friday, September 19, 2008

My heaven...

'Wssshh...' The waves lazily crash on the golden sand, as I take another sip of my cool, fresh orange juice. I slowly stretch my body out, and dip my legs into the cool water. I dive in, the lovely water surounding me, as I come up for air. The seagulls are calling, the sun shines down. My ocean, my home.I slowly swim over to an island, covered with palm tree's. As I pull myself up from the smooth water, I once again feel the warmth of the golden sand between my toes. I strech out on a hammok, rocking to and fro. I watch the clouds slowly travel across the sky. The sun is dipping further, but my campfire keeps me warm. I toast marshmallows, as I watch the sun set, streaming oranges and purples into the sky to remind me of its glory. Its getting late. I swim back to the main land, and I am greeted by my cat. As she srokes my legs with her head, wanting attention. I approach my cosy house, and am greeted by my family.'Yawn' i am ready for bed. As I settle into my cosy blanket, I hear the sea splashing.
Ahhh... Heaven.

Sunday, September 14, 2008


Research has shown health benefits of laughter ranging from strengthening the immune system to reducing food cravings to increasing one's threshold of pain. There's even an emerging therapeutic field known as humor therapy to help people heal more quickly, among other things. Humor also has several important stress relieving benefits.
I am thankful for laughter, except when milk comes out of my nose. ~Woody Allen

The most wasted of all days is one without laughter. ~e.e. cummingsLaughter is an instant vacation. ~Milton Berle

What soap is to the body, laughter is to the soul. ~Yiddish ProverbSeven days without laughter makes one weak. ~Mort Walker

A laugh is a smile that bursts. ~Mary H. Waldrip