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Poetry By Randa
Circle Clouds

The circle clouds are in the sky
The circle clouds are flowting by.

Yellow Moon

A bright yellow moon is in the sky
A bright yellow moon is flying by.

Spring Rain

Spring rain sprinkles down
Just enough for a rainbow
To appear so bright.


The autumn wind blows
Taking the trees leaves
Off into the wind.

Christmas in Mexico

The tree of Mexico is a beatiful sight
and it is a pritty good height.

With colors of blue
and some glue
I say ooo!

There are crosses, balls and flowers
I sit there and stare for hours.

It seems so calm like a bird in a tree
It seems so nice like a slepping kitten.

Then & Now


A 6th grade class room then was not so very cool
You would see bell bottoms & belts guaze shirts too
Girls had puffy hair and skirts they wore to school
They also wore the platform shoes.


A 6th grade class room now you dare not say groovy
you see all the kids wearing baggy pants and shirts
Girls have high heeled shoes with very short shorts

And thats the differance between now and then.


Randa's Menagerie


Favorite Animals
(Mostly cats)

Dolphin aquatic MAMMAL, any of the small, toothed, gregarious WHALES of the family Delphinidae. They include the beaked dolphin, the killer whale, the pilot whale, and 12 freshwater species in South America and S Asia. Fishlike in form, dolphins breathe through a dorsal blowhole. They propel themselves by means of powerful flukes, steering with a dorsal fin and navigating with the aid of echolocation. Dolphins are exceptionally friendly toward humans, and their high order of intelligence and their complex language have long been the subject of study.

  horse hoofed, herbivorous MAMMAL of the family Equidae, the single living genus of which is Equus, which includes the domestic horse, the wild Przewalski's horse, the ASS, and the ZEBRA. All are swift, plains-dwelling herd animals with teeth adapted for grinding coarse grass. The species can interbreed (see MULE), but offspring are usually sterile. The modern horse evolved in North America (where it later became extinct) and spread over the world. It was hunted by early humans and domesticated by Asian nomads in the 3d millennium B.C. The fast, light southern breeds may have originated independently of the heavier northern draft breeds, and the small breeds called ponies may have evolved from a wild European race. Until the mid-20th cent. horses were widely used for warfare, agriculture, and transportation. Today light breeds are used for show and sport.

  Cats and humans have a long history together. Archaeological evidence of this relationship dates to 8,000 years ago. They come from the island of Cyprus, where the bones of cats, mice, and humans have been found together. All three of these species first appear on Cyprus at the same time. Apparently humans brought the other two to the island, the mice by accident and the cats on purpose.

In the beginning, cats were probably tolerated by humans because they killed the mice and rats that ate their food stores. Full domestication of the cat as a household companion likely occurred in Egypt about 4,000 years ago. To overcome the natural fear that wild cats had of humans, they were most likely captured as kittens and hand-reared.

The following information lists the thirty-six currently recognized breeds of domestic cat. Although some breeds are more than 500 years old, most have appeared during the past century, and new breeds are being developed.

  • Abyssinian
  • American Curl
  • American Shorthair
  • American Wirehair
  • Balinese
  • Birman
  • Bombay
  • British Shorthair
  • Burmese
  • Chartreux
  • Colorpoint Shorthair
  • Cornish Rex
  • Devon Rex
  • Egyptian Mau
  • European Burmese
  • Exotic
  • Havana Brown
  • Javanese
  • Japanese Bobtail
  • Korat
  • Maine Coon
  • Manx
  • Norwegian Forest Cat
  • Ocicat
  • Oriental
  • Persian
  • Russian Blue
  • Ragdoll
  • Scottish Fold
  • Selkirk Rex
  • Siamese
  • Singapura
  • Somali
  • Tonkinese
  • Turkish Angora
  • Turkish Van