Complaining ( A.k.a The Weekend is to short)

When you were little did you complain a lot? I’m pretty sure that I know some of the things you complained about, in-fact I can make a list.

  • Homework
  • Chores
  • Waking up early for school
  • Showering
  • School
  • Getting picked on
  • The weekend being to short
  • Being Bored
  • Gym
  • Brushing your teeth
  • Brushing your hair
  • Showering
  • Not getting a toy you wanted

Now those are the things I think you complained about, did I leave any out? Now I’m going to sort these out by often complained about to not often complained about:

Often Complained About

  • The weekend being to short
  • Chores
  • School
  • Homework
  • Waking up early for school

Not Often Complained about

  • Being bored
  • Not getting a toy you wanted
  • Brushing your hair
  • Brushing your teeth
  • Showering\Baths
  • Getting picked on
  • Gym

Some of these things I complain about. Now, tell me, if you have a kid does she complain a lot? What dose she complain about most?

What do you have to deal with every day?

These are the most endangered species this is the link to the site:

Three species of bighorn sheep are native to North America: the desert, California, and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Bighorn sheep are among the best known icons of the American…

Bull Trout

Bull trout are a native char of the Pacific Northwest and Canada. A fresh water fish, bull trout require clean, cool water to survive and reproduce.

Bull trout historically…

Canada lynx

The Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) is related to the Eurasian lynx and inhabits Canada, Alaska and parts of the northern United States. It is larger than a bobcat and has prominent ear tufts…

Columbia Spotted Frog

Columbia Spotted Frog (Rana luteiventris) is a green to brown, spotted North American frog species which has been the model species for studing the effects of habitat fragmentation. As…

Great Gray Owl

The Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa) is distributed across the Northern Hemishere, the southernmost population being a very small group in the Sierra Nevadas. They live in abandoned…

Greater Sage Grouse

Greater sage-grouse are a majestic bird of the American West, treasured by bird watchers and hunters alike. Male sage-grouse engage in impressive mating rituals by puffing up their colorful chests…

Grizzly Bear

The Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) is a subspecies of the brown bear and lives in western North America. Historically its habitat reached from Alaska to Mexico and east to…

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

Lahontan cutthroat trout is a native fresh-water trout species found only in the Humboldt River and other streams in northern Nevada and southern Oregon.

A relic of the ancient Lake…

Mexican free-tailed bat

The Mexican free-tailed bat, Tadarida brasiliensis, is a medium-sized, insect eating mammal native to the Americas. This bat is especially important for insect control. One…

Mountain Woodland Caribou

Mountain woodland caribou were once abundant in the temperate forests of Canada and the United States.

Now, because of logging, roads, and other human disruptions, the …

Northern Goshawk

The Northern Goshawk, Accipiter gentilis, is listed by the United States Fish and Wildlfe Service as a sensitive species and is federally protected by the Migratory Bird Act of 1918…

Oregon spotted frog

According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service the Oregon spotted frog (Rana pretiosa) currently occupies only 78% of its original habitat. In Oregon, the species now only exists in…

Pronghorn antelope

The pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana) are American natives and found nowhere else in the world. It is the only surviving member of the family Antilocapridae – the other…

Pygmy Rabbit

The pygmy rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis) is the smallest rabbit in North America, and one of the smallest members of the family Leporidae (which includes hares and rabbits) in the world. …

Redband Trout

Redband trout are a native trout, closely related to steelhead trout (which are anadromous — or ocean going — whereas rainbow trout remain in fresh water throughout their lives).


Rio Grande Silvery Minnow

The Rio Grande silvery minnow was once the most abundant fish in the entire Rio Grande — a river which stretches from the mountains of southern Colorado through New Mexico, and is…

Salmon and steelhead

Salmon and steelhead are anadromous fish. They are born and rear in fresh water, migrate downstream through the Columbia River and its tributaries, including the Snake…

Wild Horses

The American Mustang (Equus ferus caballus) is a descendant of escaped, stolen, or released Spanish horses first brought to the Americas by Columbus. The word Mustang comes from the…


The grey wolf once inhabitated most of North America, but was nearly exterminated over the last century. A top predator species, wolves are critical to sustaining the proper…

Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout

The Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii bouvieri), Montana’s state fish and a prized game fish, has a historical range that is a fraction of what it is today.


Cases by Wildlife

these are some pics of them: 

this is the link to the site

Thanks! ;)



I did some research on dogs.

I love dogs but my personal favourite kind of dog is a boxer(and Vizslas), and puppies they’re so cute! Why do I love Boxers and Vizslas so much?,  Because I had a Boxer,his name is Ferris, he may sound mean but he is SO sweet and he loves to meet people and interact with other dogs and he loves to cuddle. We soled him to someone who has more time to walk him and he has a huge backyard. I love and miss Ferris a lot.

    Boxers live life as puppies for a while and so they are most likely to be “called the Peter Pan of the dog world.” some people cut boxers ear ouch!  And people cut boxers tails ouch!

You must exercise a boxer a lot a lot a lot. I was reading a text and this is what it said “Worms are like a terrible nightmare to both the owner and the dog itself. The most common types of worms that infect dogs include tapeworm, roundworm, ringworm and heartworm.”

           Boxers can be stubborn, Very stubborn.

(Dogs are kind-of my friends)


Yesterday I did some gardening with my mom and cleaned up the patio and these were the results:

My patio
My patio
The big pot
The big pot
The small red pot
The small red pot
The baby tree
The baby tree

See if you can find the small red pot the big pot  and the baby tree in the patio picture.

These are the things you need to plant:

-Watering can (+Hose to fill can)

-Small shovel (or hands)

–  Soil for plants (from Home depot)

-Pots (OR garden)