Saturday, August 1, 2009


Kailey's journal.

My Mom and I were at my Auntie Logi, Uncle George and their son, Dominic’s house. We were getting ready to go to dinner. I showed Auntie Logi my new reading glasses. Then we went outside to ride with Auntie Logi’s van. I went in the back of the van to set with my Mom.

We went to dinner at Pacific Seafood Buffet for dinner. Pacific Seafood Buffet is my favorite Chinese seafood to eat. We sat down at the table and ordered our drinks. Then we went to get our food. The food part, readers, is the best part because you get to choose your food yourself.

It is an amazing restaurant. After I ate my food I got some chocolate ice cream. After eating we went to Tempe Market Place, in Tempe, Arizona. We went inside Justice Clothing For Girls (Preteen Fashion)and I bought a shirt for school. We even went to Mojo Yogurt. Mojo Yogurt is a self service frozen place and you self serve yourself of all kinds of yogurts and choose varieties of topping, like M&M candies.

Eating yogurt with Uncle George, Dominic, me and Mommy.

Then we went to Barnes & Noble to look around and cool ourselves from the heat outside. After that we went home to Auntie Logi’s house to pick up our car and Mom drove home.

The End.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

My Optical Spectacle

Kailey's journal.
July 18, 2009

My mom drove me this morning to have my eyes check with Doctor Josh S. Rajasansi ( We were driving in the car I was looking at the window I feel asleep slowly. Then after a while I woke up as I was looking out the car window again, I saw the place, the same place my Daddy’s eyes doctor.

My Mom parked the car and I got out of the car. Mom was fixing her hair and make-up. We finally got inside the place and went to the register and talked to a lady about my appointment. My Mom had to fill out a form; it was a long form (about 20 minutes long). Then we had to wait.

One employee called my name and took me to a room just to check up my eyes two times. Then she put me and my Mom in another room. I had to wait for my real eye doctor. My eye doctor checked my eyes and when he was done he said, “You need a reading glass.”