Monday, September 26, 2011


An agreement was made between my class and my teacher. The deal was if we succeed on our writing then we could eat Alfajorcitos! After a long time after being bribed by my teacher, we set off to our desk and started working hard.

After a long half an hour of a successful writing, it was time to eat the delicious Alfajorcitos!
First thing first, we had to listen about the treats that we were about to eat! What I heard is that the Alfajors are made in Argentina, and most of all they are a dessert that many would like to live on!

Finally it was time to eat the delicious postre! Gazing at the treats in front of me, I quickly grabbed the knife and smeared the Dulce De Leche all over my biscuit. The Alfajors melted in my mouth, as I begged for another one.

What I know now is that, Alfajors are very additive. Maybe that’s why people can live on them because they are so YUM!!!!

Thursday, September 22, 2011


Near the cold blustery field, waited skills ready to be known. Finally after our class break, the tricks ever know except Australia, was brought to New Zealand for kids to know. What it is called again ..........Aussie rules!Outside near the netball courts, Blustery winds blew towards my class. Trying to remember what were the skills I have learnt, Megan our coach reminded me about the skills. How to bounce an Aussie rules ball and learning how to throw the ball. My favorite part is when me and my partner played Jumper Bumper. Base ball is known as the properest game in the world. To celebrate, we played a game of kicking a ball its like base ball but you kick the ball instead. My heart started to pound as I walked towards the kicking start. With the instructions stuck in my head I know just what to do, so I kicked the ball and the distance of the ball was good. Running as fast as I could and scored my team a number of points and left with a proud exit.Bursting with heat I fell to the ground and said with happiness “The exhausting activity is finally over!”

Monday, September 19, 2011

Normal pictures were brought to life

Being a kid that has to research for their home work, is the last thing a kid would ever want! Why? Because you have nothing to do unless your like me, being excited.

It was nothing till I looked at it. Boring pictures were brought to life when they were drawn by talented artist. I suppose that I can tell you. Showed by my auntie was this site.
Its called........ Deviantart with some amazing animations like this, which I really like.

Some time in my life I think I would like to become an artist?

Monday, September 12, 2011

Achieving my goal goal

People believe in GOD but do they believe that they can achieve their goal. If you’re clueless about what I'm going to say, just listen.

Cross country is the last thing that a kid would ever want to do! How I would I know? Easy I had cross country not so long ago.  I remember having that dreadful feeling that I was going to come last. 

With a tremendous race awaiting us on the trails around Pt England Reserve, I trembled with fear as I walked towards the starting point.  My heart started to pound, as the instructor said with excitement,"Go!"

Twisting and turning though the race, a burst of heat  went right though  me. Realising that the  expectation that I had set for my self was coming true, I felt confident in myself.

Running though the trail I could hear a noise,"It’s almost finished, come on you can do it" shouted a stranger. Next thing I knew it he was actually right. Pushing my self to the limit, I stumbled over the finish line. With happiness on my face, I said  to my self "its finally over!!!!!!"

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Recipes that I would like to eat at home!

Recipes that I would want to eat at home, because kids eat junk food almost every day so I'm going to change that using these healthy recipes.


Smoked salmon pancakes

These bite-sized morsels are the perfect finger food for entertaining when the occasion calls for something fuss-free, fresh and delicious.


Step 1 Combine sifted flour with baking soda and baking powder. In a separate bowl, lightly beat egg and add milk. Make a well in the centre of the flour mixture and pour in egg and milk. Stir with a whisk until smooth and thick.

Step 2 Spoon a tablespoon of mixture into a lightly greased, non-stick frying pan. Cook over a medium heat for 3 minutes, until bubbles appear on the surface. Turn and cook for 1 minute. Repeat with remaining batter and set aside to cool completely.

Step 3 Combine sour cream, mustard and horseradish. Stir in chives and season with pepper. Spoon onto cooled pancakes and top with slices of smoked salmon. Garnish with extra chives and serve.

And for lunch.................



Using ingredients you're bound to already have in your pantry, this recipe is simple enough for the kids to have a go.


Step 1 Place mince, carrot, onion, salt and rolled oats into a bowl. Mix with clean hands and divide into 6 lots. Press each lot into a saucer to make a patty, or shape patty with your hands.

Step 2 Heat oil in a frying pan. Put patties in and fry, turning, until tcooked. Turn down the heat if they cook too fast.

Step 3 Split buns in half. Grill until golden. Spread with tomato sauce.

Step 4 To put hamburgers together, place cooked meat patty on top of sauce, then tomato slices on top, then lettuce and pineapple rings. Put lid on and serve.

And for dinner................

Cottage pie

Cottage pie

Cottage pie is a comforting classic. Serve it with a simple green veges on the side.


Step 1 Preheat oven to 200°C. Place potatoes in a saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Simmer for 20 minutes, or until potatoes are tender. Drain. Return to saucepan. Add spread and milk. Mash until smooth.

Step 2 Meanwhile, heat a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Add mince and cook, stirring with a wooden spoon to break up any lumps, for 5 minutes, or until brown. Add tomatoes and tomato paste. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 5 minutes, or until thick.

Step 3 Spoon mince mixture into a 6-cup capacity ovenproof dish. Top with mashed potato. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake for 30 minutes, or until cheese is melted and potato is golden brown. Serve.