May Amy #12: To OK and back

Dear Amy at 11, It’s a weird year. Grade six starts off by us declaring that we will run in the race for Grade Six Student Council as Secretary… and that is just odd. Our campaign posters consist of our name, the position, and a comic cut out from various newspapers. We just want toContinue reading “May Amy #12: To OK and back”

May Amy #11: Getting there

Dear Amy at 10, My letters are getting a little later and later, but the content still means the same. It’s going to be a somewhat boring year for us… at least compared to last year. This year we get the back half of grade fiveĀ and the earlier portion of grade six. Good news isContinue reading “May Amy #11: Getting there”

May Amy #10: Welcome to Alberta

Dear Amy at 9, We’ve been in Alberta a handful of days before our birthday and they have been interesting. I think the worst part about moving so close to our day of birth, at least at this age, is that even if we could have a birthday party… we wouldn’t know who to invite.Continue reading “May Amy #10: Welcome to Alberta”

May Amy #9: Libraries

Dear Amy at 8, Libraries are a still very prevalent in our lives. I mentioned it once before and I will say it again. The nice thing about libraries, aside from the common interest with Mom, is that they are peaceful. We’re never much for quiet, but when we want it the library is thereContinue reading “May Amy #9: Libraries”

May Amy #8: Bird Club

Dear Amy at 7, With the Bird Club in full swing it was bound to get some enemies… at least the type of enemies that a 7-year-old makes. At this age, everyone will tell you that the boys are picking on you or chasing you around because they like you. Always seemed a bit weirdContinue reading “May Amy #8: Bird Club”

May Amy #6: School time

Dear Amy at 5, It’s safe to say that we really started to develop our personality around this time. Sure, we had our spunk before, but when you put us in awkward situations all of our spark shines. It’s also safe to tell you that we do not like being put on the spot, butContinue reading “May Amy #6: School time”