<![CDATA[Laomai Cherry.com - Blog]]>Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:42:03 -0600Weebly<![CDATA[Anna and Elsa books series: 1, 2 and 3]]>Wed, 30 Sep 2015 17:47:21 GMThttp://laomaicherry.com/1/post/2015/09/anna-and-elsa-books-series-1-2-and-3.html
Hello Friends! This blog is about 3 books in a series called Anna and Elsa sisterhood is the strongest magic. In the first book, 'All hail the queen', Elsa is getting used to the villagers. But every time she approaches them, they just bow and run off again. Elsa thinks they're treating her much too queenly. So when Elsa discovers one morning that the entire village of Arendelle wants an audience, she tries to do it all on her own, but she can't. Who will help her? I will tell you the story later. In the second book, 'Memory and Magic', Anna finds she can only remember Elsa's magic when she became queen. When she tries to remember before Elsa became queen, she could only remember laughter and snow. Anna finds a eager young troll that seems able to restore her memories. Will he restore them? Or will Anna be doomed to not remember any magic from when she was a child? This also I will tell you later. In the third book, 'a warm welcome,' Olaf tells Elsa all about the village of Eldora. He heard the ice harvesters talking about it, where it's always summer. There is a queen there, and Elsa thinks she might have summer powers. Olaf told her about the summer queen. Elsa wondered if she couldn't control her powers. That called for a voyage! So, i hope you buy theses books as soon as you can. I am very eager for you to read them. Au revoir. 
<![CDATA[Heidi: The book]]>Wed, 15 Apr 2015 21:26:20 GMThttp://laomaicherry.com/1/post/2015/04/heidi-the-book.htmlPicture
Hello there. Heidi is a special tale of a girl that I read again and again. It begins with Heidi, an orphaned girl raised by her Aunt Detie, who sent her to live with her grandfather. Heidi meets Peter, the goatherd, and his grandmother, Granny. 
She also meets Peter's mother. They all live in Switzerland. But Grandfather doesn't send Heidi to school, and he hardly ever goes to church. Aunt Detie hears about this and comes to take Heidi to Frankfurt, making Heidi very sad. She soon meets young, motherless Clara Seesman,  who is in a wheelchair. And Miss Rottenmier, who watches Clara while her father is away, Sebastian, the butler, and a hurdy-gurdy- player. And she even gets kittens. She also saves rolls for Granny, who cannot eat other hard foods. One day she becomes homesick, and tries to go home. But Miss Rottenmier finds her and orders Sebastian to take Heidi to her room. Spoilsport. But then, Mr. Seesman comes home! Hurrah for Clara! Then, strange things start to happen. Every morning, the front door was found open, even though it had been locked the night before. Dr. Gatson comes and finds out it is Heidi that has opened the door in her sleep! He also finds out she wants to go back to Switzerland and Grandfather very badly. He tells Mr. Seesman that it is Heidi and he thinks that she should go back to Grandfather. Clara doesn't like this, but her father promises that they can visit Heidi as soon as possible. And next summer, they do. Mr. Seesman says that Clara can stay for a whole month while he goes back to Frankfurt. And poor Peter is so jealous of Heidi's relationship with Clara, that he pushes her wheelchair down the hill!!! Heidi and Clara are horrified. Heidi thinks it was the wind. But Clara soon learns how to walk thanks to Heidi and the guilty Peter. Later, Peter confesses and gets a penny a week from then on! Strange. Well, that is Heidi's tale. Not the whole tale, but you get my point........Don't you? Well, I can't write anymore. I must look at my mother's blog. Goodbye! 

<![CDATA[2nd Elsie Dinsmore book]]>Fri, 10 Apr 2015 19:10:35 GMThttp://laomaicherry.com/1/post/2015/04/2nd-elsie-dinsmore-book.html
Hello once more! This blog is about the second book in the Elsie Dinsmore series. I have 12 of them and I enjoy them quite a bit. I've read three of them and yesterday I read the 1st chapter of the 4th Elsie Dinsmore book: Elsie's Womanhood. I chose to skip the 1st Elsie Dinsmore book because it was, oh, so depressing. It broke my heart when I read it. But, the next book was a bit less depressing. Here is my favorite part from the 2 book: 'Oh, papa! I'm so glad we're home!' exclaimed Elsie. 'Yes, dear. I'm glad too. That was not a good vacation,' replied her father. 'Elsie, do you think I should marry again? Assuming you need a mother is a thing I do every day!' Elsie laughed. 'But of course, Papa! I need a mother as much as you need a wife!' Her father smiled. 'I love you, Elsie,' he said. 'I love you as well, Papa,' she said. That is my favorite part of the book. Also in the book, Elsie's rude uncle, Arthur, pushes her down a hill! (Just so you know, Arthur is a boy!) She hurts her foot and her back aches. Arthur, however, is locked in his room until he can be sent to school, away from the place he can harm Elsie. He pushed her down the hill because earlier he had asked her for money and she had said no. The Roman numerals they use are easy to read: I = 1 
V = 5 and X = 10. I use them myself sometimes. But, I am sorry to say, that this is where the bus stops. In my next blog, you'll learn a little history. Goodbye!
<![CDATA[Welcome, Friends!]]>Mon, 09 Mar 2015 03:06:43 GMThttp://laomaicherry.com/1/post/2015/03/welcome-friends.htmlHello, I am Laomai Cherry. Today is my birthday, as some of you might know. I am 8 years old, and my parents gave me a blog for my birthday. Thanks a lot, Mom & Dad. I am very excited to be able to do this. I can't wait to hear from you who read my blog. I am going to have some interesting things to write about, and one of the things I am going to write about first is my family. 

My sisters are very fun, also usually my only playmates on Saturday. Whenever I cry, if she's in a good mood, Chayah says, "Mai Mai, don't cry!" (Mai Mai is her nickname for me) Or, if she's in a bad mood, she says, "Mai Mai, no crying!" In a grumpy way. And that still makes me feel better, because it's so cute.  + funny. And then there's Yaya. Oh, she is awesome. She plays games with me, and sometimes Candy Land. I used to not like her, well, be jealous of her. But now I LOVE her. She is about the best at Chutes and Ladders, and although sometimes I'm disappointed when she wins, I still love her.  Then there's my mom. Oh, how wonderful she is! I love it that I came from her, and I also like the feeling I get when she sets me on her lap for a Mom-is-awesome hug. And last but definitely NOT least, Dad. He gives affectionately, and he is the best dad a girl can want. I hope that someday we'll both be rejoicing together with the angels, and besides that, he can also be quite awesome. One day we were all wearing ponytails, and Dad suddenly put on a toy superhero cape, asked for a rubber band and Mom put a pony tail in his hair. It was HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!! And that's about it. You'll definitely enjoy my next blog, and it'll be about the 2nd volume in the Elsie Dinsmore series. Goodbye and welcome to my blog. 
- Laomai Cherry]]>
<![CDATA[Happy 8th Birthday, Laomai!]]>Tue, 24 Feb 2015 21:57:26 GMThttp://laomaicherry.com/1/post/2015/02/happy-8th-birthday-laomai.htmlHi sweetheart!  This is from your Mommy & Daddy!  We thought that since God had given you such an incredible gift with writing, you deserved an outlet for that creativity.  So for your birthday, you get your very own blog!  May God bless you with the gifts He has given you.  May you use those gifts to honor Him and to bring joy to others.  We love you!  - Mommy & Daddy!]]>