March 24, 2012

My Autobiography at 8 Years Old!!!

When I was in second grade I wrote my autobiography.  This is the way I wrote it... my spelling...

The story of my lif 
I was barn in Ponk city. 
I am eght year old and I am in the sacunt grade I never have fall. 
I don’t like blony 
I don’t like saup 
I don’t like saled 
I don’t like liver 
I do like hamebugr. 
I do like Christmus candy. 
I do like school 
I do like peple 
I do like candy 
I do like cookies 
I do like techer 
I do like taders 
I do like green pes 
I do like boys and girls 
I like other thing 
I like to worsh dishs. 
I like to have a party. 
I wish for santa to come to our home 
I whish for evry one to have a happy Christmas and a happy new year. 

I love school be cas I lern. 
am glade when evey one has a happy Christmas I do like Ester. and Christmas is Jesus’s bith day and that is why I hope every one has a happy Christmas. 

I like to lirn soing I don’t like to mis school be cas I lern and when I gow up I can spell some words. I like to sing at choir be cas if I don’t go to choir I am not in the play and I will not no eny of the soings.  So I go to choir.  

I want to be a nerse or a thecher. but I think I will be a thecher but I hope so. 

I like Christmas be cas we get precunt and it Jesus’s birthday and at Christmas time we get to sevat Jesuse’s birthday at sudy school. at choir we have fun 

There you go... my autobiography of my life at the age of eight years old! I will treasure this book and love that my Mom saved it for me!


  1. That is so awesome! I love how you listed all the stuff you don't like first!

    Going Nutty!

    1. I love it!! Thank you for sharing...that is so special to have. I have a few little things, but hardly anything before the age of 8. You are so blessed to have those little treasures!!


      The 3AM Teacher

    2. Thank you Michelle. It brings a smile every time I read it.

  2. Isn't it fun go visit that little girl from the past. You were quite a writer at a young age. Look how you've developed! Can we use this to demonstrate that students do use to learn conventions? What a treasure this is!

    1. Of course you may use it! I will definitely treasure it always.

  3. Haha, love it! I especially laughed when I read that you "worsh" the dishes, because my dad still says that to this day! I have always wondered where the "r" comes from! Ha!

    Oh, and I definitely would recommend reading the book first. I'm sure the movie is great either way, but you will love it so much more! Plus, its a really easy read, and you can have it read in a couple days :)


  4. I love it! It is just perfect, just like you! Have a great weekend!

  5. This makes me glad that I kept some of my own children's things even though oldest son didn't think I needed to keep any of it. I do have some things that my mom kept of mine. I go back and read them and giggle a bit.

    It amazed me how much you wrote at age 8. I love that you were already trying to figure out the future.

  6. That's too sweet. I'm guessing spellcheck didn't appreciate it much!

    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

  7. Awesome! I have my old diaries my mom saved for me. I started reading through them one day. They are hilarious. Thankful for parents who save these treasures for us.

  8. That is too cute! I would love to do that with my class. I wonder how many of my parents would take the time to save it ): My mom saved some things I made, I love going back and looking at them. Have a great Saturday! BTW Thanks again for becoming one of my first followers.

  9. Worsh dishes is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

  10. Such a treasure. You were destined to be a thecher. So cute!

  11. How cool that you still have that. Awesome! Does it say that you were born in Park City? As in Utah?

  12. This is wonderful. I would love to have a piece of writing from my elementary years. This is a gift:) Thanks for sharing.

  13. What a wonderful thing to have and look back on!!
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

  14. Too precious! I love the line, "So I go to choir." Such resolve for a "sacunt grader."

  15. You were born in ponca city??? ME TOO! :)