Wild Dolphins

Thursday, November 19, 2009

New blog

Hey guys my new blog is called Kayla news.I will no longer do this one.

Sunday, October 11, 2009


I just wanted to tell you guys a little about my friends.I have a lot of friends but here are just a few of them here. Joelle Rhemeyer,Lindsay,Olivia,and Sophia Qurion,Siwe and Ruth,[their last name is kinda long.]Cinthia,and Skaniso.But those are just the ones I can spell!And of course I have friends in the states too, but Ithink hat may take too long.

Monday, October 05, 2009


I just came back from Nelsprit, SA.We went on a family vacation.We saw two movies in the theater,Up,and G.I. Joe. Both was realy cool.We just relaxed and had a realy good time.


Thursday, October 01, 2009

I'm back

Sorry its been a while,2 years. I'm now in 6th grade and I'm 11.A lot has changed. I all of a sudden I like poetry. Here is one of my poems.
The Sun Stains
Some say they can't see the sun in the rain,
but I say If you look closely,you'll see the sun's stains.
Even through hardship, and the loss of ones God took,
the sun is there, you just have to look.
So let us teach our eyes to strain,
and never be put down because of rain,
just look for the sun's stains.


Friday, March 02, 2007

Chime Time

This you see here is a wind chime that I made.

It is made out of a box that chocolates came in and 2 empty paper towel cardboard rolls and some string.

I used this box that’s shaped like a pyramid and cut two pieces of string about as long as my shoulder to my wrist. Then I cut two paper towel rolls in 3 or 4 inch size pieces. I tied them one-by-one on the strings in different places in a straight line. Then I tied the strings together in the middle.

Then I took one layer off another paper towel cardboard roll. (Here in Swaziland they are made out of layers of twirly paper.) I tied these twirlies on the ends of the strings. (If you do not have the twisty thing from inside the paper towel roll, try winding up some paper of your own.)

Then I took my pyramid-shaped chocolate box, at the very top after making sure the strings were very even, I taped the strings around the top.

Next I asked Meemaw for help to make a couple of holes to put a hanging string through.

Then we hung it up.

Thank you for stopping by Kayla’s crafts!