Jr. High By Carrie Cook
THE SAINT BERNARD
The Saint Bernard’s average weight is 140. The Saint Bernard’s height from shoulder to tail is 2 ft. 6 in. The lifespan for a Saint Bernard is eight to ten years. They usually eat 80 oz. of food a day. They don't bark unless they have a good reason to. They're really protective of children. The average amount they cost is $600. Their instinct is to help people, they can smell a person that's 20 ft under snow. St. Bernards will always get a lot of attention when walking because of their size and how friendly they are. They're usually entered in competitions for drafting wagons or carts. They were originally used to find travelers in the snow that didn't return after a while. Saint Bernards don't do well in heat; they're used to the cold and they sweat a lot with their coat. I chose to do Saint Bernards because they interest me because of their size, and it's always fun to be around one.
This movie is a classic. It’s been out since 1985. The goonies are faced with a challenge so they get together and set out on a ques. They face obstacles, love, and hate. They succeed against most things. They succeed and are still waiting for another quest. This is a fun movie for the whole family. I suggest this movie 100%. This is a great great movie you should watch it.I don’t know how many times I’ve seen it!
The Little Baby Cries Again
The baby cried yesterday on the fact that she got less presents than the day before. The child was so unhappy she cried for 12 hours. Her mother was sick, so she was unable to buy things.
The child is fine now, but expects twice as much more than yesterday. The mother was interviewed. She said that she would try her best, but their family is going through a difficult time, so nobody knows what going to happen.
Carrie A. Cook started her journey as a regular kid in Norfolk, NE. She went to Norfolk High School like most others that lived in her area. After she graduated high school in December of 2019, she went to the University of Texas studying to be a vet. She succeeded in her quest. She moved to California shortly afte graduating collge. She is 40 and has five dogs and cats, four guinea pigs3 four birds, 20 fish, three foster children, and four children that she adopted. She still lives in California in a big home to contain all the children and animals. She is not married, but she says she is happy with her kids and animals and doesn't want anything else.