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Intelligent, hilarious, unique, artistic,

Sibling of Jack, Tate, Rayley, Lily, Trenden, Trenlie, Tresten,

Lover of her Family, Friends, and Pets,

Who feels happy when she gets back from her other house and gets to see her other siblings,

Sad when she thinks of her little sister Rayley who past away,

Scared when she gets sick

Who needs help remembering to go to morning announcements,  

Who gives joy and confidence to the world,

Who fears failure,

Who dreams of living on her new property,

Resident of Bandera, Texas.





Down by my house I hear a loud POP,

Yet I still don’t ever stop,

Doing what I’m doing is always fun,

Playing outside in the summer sun,


WoofWoof that’s what we hear,

When all the strangers are near,

BangBang in goes the nails,

Those construction workers never bail,


BoingBoing, on the trampoline,

Now I can smell the burning gasoline,

We’re having a cookout the meat taste nice,

My drink is hot I need some ice,


On my street the voices speak loud,

That’s because we are all proud,

“Why are you proud” all the visitors ask,

“because our street music gives us real class”.



                                                                                                                     My Koala research poll


Who's side are you on? 




My EmazeING koala presentation  





Didn’t Want to Let Go

        We all knew it was that day. The day we had to take her to the Hospital for what like the 20th time. I was only three years old, I had absolutely no idea what was happening. I was as scared as a 4 year old in the dark.  All I understood at the time was we were sitting in a big waiting room in a big chair and we all knew something bad was bound to happen.

There she was lying in the hospital bed. My mom and dad gave her a big kiss and hug. I could tell they didn’t want to let go, and even though I wasn’t holding her I didn’t either. My brother and I were too scared to hug her; we thought we would hurt her even more. “Will you please go wait in the waiting room” The nurse asked. We didn’t want to but we had to.

        Quite a few minutes later the nurse came and whispered something to my mom. I saw the tears burst out of my mom, dad, and brother’s eyes. I didn’t know what we were so sad about. That’s when I realized, where we were, what we were doing and what had just happened. Less than a minute ago my one year old baby sister past away from a brain tumor.

        Not only was I heartbroken from that day, but it never really stood clear to me. Just four years ago I really started to understand the truth about what had really happened to her was in no way our fault. There was really nothing we could do about it but give her treatments and make sure the short life that she lived would be the best she could ever have, and that’s just what we did. 

       That one moment taught me a lot about how life works. The universe will bless you with a miracle like Rayley and then it will eventually take it back. Those are the kind of moments that can make you a better or worse person, and that experience made me better. To this day I still remember some of the little time we got to spend with her. Just some days I wish that little time was longer. But that’s okay now she’s in a better place where she doesn’t have to suffer the pain.







Invaded, historical, absolutely adorable, specialized,

 Mother of joeys,

Lover of Eucalyptus leafs, joeys,and trees,

Who feels happy when sleeping,

Who feels sad when attacked by dumb Dingoes,

Scared when the loggers cut down all the trees,

Who needs help crossing the road,

Who gives a loving and caring home to its Joey's (the pouch),

Who fears Dingoes, cars and loggers,

Who Dreams of a Koala terrorist free life,

Resident of South Australia. 




















Comments (23)

superstaremma said

at 12:04 pm on Aug 29, 2014

Love it! So inspiring.

superstaraudelia said

at 12:05 pm on Aug 29, 2014

I agree with Emma. so inspiring!!

superstarlindsay said

at 12:14 pm on Aug 29, 2014

You are so inspiring!

superstargracie said

at 12:21 pm on Aug 29, 2014

Thank you Emma

superstargracie said

at 12:21 pm on Aug 29, 2014

Thank you Lindsay.

superstarlindsay said

at 3:27 pm on Aug 29, 2014

Your welcome

superstaraudelia said

at 10:04 am on Sep 2, 2014

All of those fit you perfectly.

superstargracie said

at 9:54 am on Sep 9, 2014

Thank you so much.

superstarlindsay said

at 10:07 am on Sep 2, 2014

You are so hilarious.

superstargracie said

at 10:07 am on Sep 2, 2014

Thank you.

June Shanahan said

at 6:10 pm on Sep 2, 2014

I think your adjectives describe you perfectly. xoxoxoxo

superstargracie said

at 8:23 am on Sep 3, 2014

Thank you so much. I try my best.

June Shanahan said

at 5:17 pm on Sep 3, 2014

Your poem is an A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I love your honesty. You are my hero.

superstargracie said

at 8:38 am on Sep 5, 2014

People do say I'm heroic. Just Kidding!

superstargracie said

at 8:38 am on Sep 5, 2014


Sharon Creech said

at 6:43 pm on Oct 10, 2014

Thank you for giving 'joy and confidence' to the world -- we need that!

superstargracie said

at 8:56 am on Oct 14, 2014

Thank You soooooo much it is such an honor to have my page commented on by the Sharon Creech. You are such an inspiration to me and all of your fans.

superstarpaige said

at 10:59 am on Nov 21, 2014

Gracie, I love how you put your memoir on the wiki for the world to see. I love how you say I was a scared as a four year old in the dark.

June Shanahan said

at 7:51 pm on Apr 6, 2015

I love, love, love your animal poem. Suggestion: add punctuation please.

superstargracie said

at 10:49 am on Apr 7, 2015

Okay where?

June Shanahan said

at 4:50 am on Apr 8, 2015

Add a comma at the end of each line, then add a period at the end.

June Shanahan said

at 10:36 am on Apr 11, 2015

100% in the gradebook for your poetry!

superstarpaige said

at 10:07 am on Apr 14, 2015

invaded, historical, absolutely adorable. it rhymes.... kinda? nice touch though. :-)

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