By ms5
  • birthday

    I was born in Charlotte, North Carolina
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  • komodo dragons

    komodo dragons
    Three young Komodo dragons have gone missing from a zoo in Indonesia.
    It's thought they might have climbed out of their cage - but no-one is really sure what has happened to them.
  • started elementry school

    started elementry school
    I started kindergarden at oll with my favorite teacher, Mrs. Liles.
  • Michael Kenneth McClendon kills people

    Michael Kenneth McClendon kills people
    March 10, Alabama, U.S.: Michael Kenneth McClendon, 28, kills at least 10 people during a shooting spree in Geneva County, Alabama. Several of McClendon's victims were members of his own family.
  • nc wins ncaa tournament

    nc wins ncaa tournament
    unc beats kansas in final ncaa championship game
  • started classic

    started classic
    I started classic soccer at CASL
  • geography bee

    geography bee
    Eric Yang, a seventh grader at Griffin Middle School in The Colony, Texas, answered every question correctly to win the 21st annual Geography Bee in May 2009. Two other contestants also boasted a perfect score, necessitating a tie-breaker round. Organizers called the Bee the hardest contest to date.
  • China's Economy Passes Japan's

    China's Economy Passes Japan's
    China's Economy Passes Japan's, Becoming World's Second-Largest (Aug. 15): After growing rapidly for many years, China's economy officially becomes the second-largest in the world, passing Japan's and approaching that of the United States. In the second quarter of 2010, China estimated its economy's value at $1.33 trillion; Japan's was estimated at $1.28 trillion. The GDP of the United States in 2009 was $14 trillion. Experts have long forecasted that China's ecomony would surpass Japan's, but t
  • first school sport

    first school sport
    my first school sport was soccer
  • went to Jefferson cup

    went to Jefferson cup
    i went to the jefferson cup(a soccer tourney)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • obama

    President Obama Signs Two-Week Budget Extension (March 2): Congress approves a two-week extension that keeps federal agencies open through March 18 while work continues to reach a budget agreement. President Obama signs the extension and calls for high-level negotiations to bridge budgetary differences between Congressional Democrats and Republicans.