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I thought that making this blog was fun because I liked being in character when I was making the audio recording.
I also thought it was challenging because I didn't know how loud I should've talked.
The person that invented Arbor Day was a man named Julius Sterling Morton. Before Julius invented Arbor Day, his job in Nebraska (which is where he lived) was a newspaper thrower (the kind that throws newspapers on your porch early in the morning). Julius was born April 22nd, 1832 to April 27th, 1902. Julius built a 52-room mansion that is a look-a-like to the white house. That building is now called Arbor Lodge State Historical
Here are five ways cat use water.
1. They use saliva(which is made up mostly of water) to bathe themselves.
2. They drink it.
3. They get bathed in it by us.
4. They play with water.
5. Cats don't hate water because they need it to live.
King George III and Great Britain ruled the 13 colonies.
It was good and you had a good chance to become wealthy and live long.
The people came from France,Germany,Holland and Sweden.
The colonists lived their lives either as farmers, or indentured servants.
The people that moved to America would have a good chance of becoming wealthy and have enough land to vote.
The people that governed America were the people in America. The people in America learned to govern themselves because they learned from the british customs.
The founders were George Washington, Patrick Henry, Abigail Adams, and Benjamin Franklin.
The Founders believed that all the people should have their own natural rights these natural rights being life,liberty, and property.
The problems that the founders had with the rights that other people had were that people kept trying to take away other peoples rights.
I think that the captains limits on power should be reduced because whipping someone on the back for talking back is sort of too harsh of a punishment. I also think that maybe the sailor should've been punished for talking back but not a whipping maybe just like an extra job or 2 from what the other sailors are doing. But the whipping would be completely unacceptable. Most people would call someone that does that to someone else for talking back to them a psycho or something else much more harsh. I think that maybe if the captain does something wrong then maybe he should be punished to.
I think that Cameroon from West Africa thought of the quote "water always finds a way out" because even if you poured a glass of water in a lake then it would go miles and miles until eventually it finds a water fall or a sewage pump or something and then if it went into a water fall it would eventually go into a water pump and then it would go into a water bottle then we would drink it and it would go out and start all over again. And that is why water always finds a way out it just takes a REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY long time. I think that South Africa said that " You should not insult an alligator if your feet are in the water" because I think that they think that if you insult an alligator then if an alligator is in the water then the alligator will some how communicate with the alligator and it will try to get you and eat you. I think that Egypt said "For the benefit of flowers, we water the thorns to" I think that Egypt said that because they think that if roses have long thorns then they're growing and they're as healthy as possible. I think that Afghanistan said "Heaven is dark, yet out of it streams clear water" because of the first quote that I mentioned to you was "Water always finds it's way out". So even in it's darkest paths water will always somehow find away out of wherever they are. I think that the people in Kenya, East Africa thought of the quote "Two water falls do not hear each other" because, each and every drop of the water in a different waterfall goes it's seperate path therefore making the two drops of water that are in a different waterfall never touch, hear, speak, or see each other making the two waterfalls not able to hear each other. I think that the people from South Africa said "The horse that arrives early gets a good drink of water" because, In Africa there isn't that much clean water to dink so that means that the person (and/or animal) that get's there first get's to have the most clean water, and that is why I think that the different people from these different countries have said these different proverbs about water.