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Letter to Next Year's Student

posted Jun 8, 2009, 12:34 PM by MaryFrances Lynch   [ updated Jun 8, 2009, 12:35 PM ]

Dear Agent #2  

Your mission is to defeat 3rd grade and to go onto 4th grade I have already done that and now I want to pass the mission down to you. Their are a lot of projects to do and you have to them well other wise you will not get a good grade. I still have some more things to tell you. Mrs. Lynch always will have a problem with the SmartBoard.We also named the projector Bernie. Hope you defeat 3rd grade

Sincerely #2

Current Event: At the bridge table.....

posted Jun 1, 2009, 4:11 PM by Mary Fran Lynch

New York Times, 5/22/09, "At the Bridge Table, Nonagenarians Offer Some Clues to a Lucid Old Age."
    Some ladies in Laguna Woods, California that are 90 and older play bridge.  They say that they play bridge for blood.  By this they mean blood is vital for life and playing bridge is vital for their life.  It's what keeps their brain active and healthy.  Not only does it keep their brain lucid, it's fun too and they get to play it with their friends. 
    Irvine University scientists have been interested in what they call the super memory club.  Some older people have lived past 90 without a trace of dementia.  These are the most successful agers on earth and they're only just beginning to teach us what's important in the success agers genes.
dementia = mental function deterioration
vital = important
bridge = card game and involves a lot of math and thinking.


posted May 28, 2009, 9:23 PM by MaryFrances Lynch

A Wonderful Family Memory

posted May 1, 2009, 7:38 PM by Mary Fran Lynch   [ updated May 4, 2009, 9:11 AM by Mary Fran Lynch ]

One of the best times I had with my family as at the beach boardwalk. I went on  fast, scary rides. The Cyclone was my favorite. Then we took an interesting walk down the beach and watched the sunset. We had a delicious picnic on the sand. While my mum took a walk down the beach, my dad and I made a fantastic sand car and a sand castle. When my mum came back, we took a wonderful picture of the sand car. Once it got dark, we packed up and went home. On the way home, we listened to songs and sang along. We had a great time at the beach! I spent the next few days emptying sand out of my shoes. Every grain of sand was a happy memory.

Worst Birthday Party...

posted Apr 28, 2009, 12:21 PM by Mary Fran Lynch   [ updated Apr 28, 2009, 12:45 PM ]

Alexander's birthday was not fun.  First, we got there and the mom's just chatted and we were left there doing nothing.  Then, Alexander put on TV.  We watched Anastacia.  After that, Cecilia came.  Cecilia and I are best friends, we play together all the time.  When Cecilia came, Alexander started the movie again.  I told him not to but he didn't listen.  After we watched Anistacia, Cecilia put on Over the HEdge.  When we were half way through the movie, Alexander stopped it and we had to rewind it.  That's why it was the worst birthday ever. 

posted Mar 31, 2009, 10:50 AM by Mary Fran Lynch

There are aliens everywhere.  Let me give you a example.  The cane toed is a alien because if a crocidile eats the toad, it will die.  Another example is the Lion of the sea.  This fish or alien has poison in his fins so be careful divers!

My Best Friend

posted Mar 20, 2009, 1:22 PM by MaryFrances Lynch

My best friend is Cecilia. We met when we were 4.Me and Cecilia both are girly girls.Cecilia likes to do flips and  I do not.It means a lot to me to be a best friend to Cecilia.I also like being a friend because we comfert each other when I am sad

Body Works

posted Mar 12, 2009, 9:10 AM by Mary Fran Lynch

In the morning my eyes open.  I am awake.  Light from the lamp zooms into my eye.  Then I sense my breakfast using my nose.  The nerves carry the information into my brain so that my leg gets out of bed.  Then I start running to the car and I feel my heart beating.  Then I feel my lungs deflating and inflating.  Then I head back home and I start it all over again. 

New Year Tradition

posted Jan 5, 2009, 2:49 PM by Mary Fran Lynch

What we do in England is we get out the crackers and we pull on them and sometimes we get a toy or we just get a plain boring old hat. Then after there is no more crackers,  Grandma calls us for dinner. We have roast beef with lots of gravy and peas. It looks so good.

Life of a Crayfish

posted Jan 2, 2009, 10:03 AM by Mary Fran Lynch

AC #2, Hi my name is Little Lobster and I live in Alta Vista

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