Secondly, my twin Annette, my younger brother Adam and I have this cute and funny little show on YouTube called the Leslie and Kyle Sock-Puppet Show, and we made a new episode just for the holidays. We got a perfect show in three takes. That's a rarity. Check the episode out by clicking here, plus remember to check out all our previous episodes and other movies on our channel.
It took us a long time to put up our Holiday Special because we wanted to add effects to the movie, but we couldn't because Windows Movie Maker doesn't accept MOV files, so we had to download a file converter and it wouldn't work, so we took it off and downloaded something else...... long story short, we put Leslie and Kyle up on YouTube without anything special, we got an alright converter, (though it ruins the sound quality a little) and Annette and I are excited for the next time we can use Movie Maker. We might make an even cooler Leslie and Kyle in the future with it.
Just today my Grandparents came over for a visit, in honor of Adam's 11th birthday, which was December 10. It was okay. But the coolest thing about today was that I discovered Google Blogger. Hence, my first blog ever. I just happened to come upon James Dashner's blog (it is so awesome. He's the author of "The 13th Reality". A special shout out to Dashner Dude!) and I looked through it a bit and I decided to follow his blog.
Next thing I know, I have a Blogger account. I've never thought seriously about blogging before, because I didn't like the idea of writing personal stuff, but the way I've seen a couple people blog, it seemed pretty fun. So now here I am, finishing blog number 1. I hope to make at least a couple online friends with this little adventure. If you read this, J. N. Future Author, I hope you add the feature that allows me to follow your blog, because I think it's just as interesting as Dashner's.
Okay, I'm signing off now. I'm going to an early Christmas party with Adam's little home-school group. (I'm home-schooled too, but it's a group for little kids.) There's the movie Wall*e and a Wii station at their big house. And I haven't seen them, but Adam and my Mom say that the hosts, Ben & Lexi, have a ton of pets. I'll be sure to take plenty of pictures. So long. Hoping that someone out there is reading this, Bettina Levy.