My cat is so fat, he chews on my baseball bat, but I don't mind that, He lays in my hat that's sitting on the mat. My dog chases him all over the place, and sometimes it actually looks like a race. So that's my cat who lays on a mat.
In the snow there are blizzards,
No more kites,
I have just begun.
We drink chocolate
But not alot.
I love my new winter thoughts.
Mary Haddow Elementary
I really like tennis.
My coach's name is Dennis.
I like to hit against the wall.
I'm glad the ball is not my doll.
It's really very fun to play.
I hope we can play a match some day.
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