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The Boyer Blog: Kasey

Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Kasey is a cheerful, happy girl who brightens up every day with her sunshine spirit. She is a patriot at heart and has been ever since she was 2 yr old. Kasey loves to read about people in history who sacrificed for our freedoms and did daring things to accomplish it. She listens to stories of Petticoat Warriors in the American Revolution and insists she would have been right there with them. Every night before bed Kasey prays that God will use her life to have a part in seeing our country return to its godly roots. One of her favorite songs has the words "let my life make a difference" in it and that is her passion. She loves playing with her cousins and dressing them up in costumes, which she has quite a supply of. Through the years, she has chosen costumes as her Bible memorization rewards.
Being the youngest, she always used to say she wanted a baby brother, so now she is delighted to have 6 cousins to be "big sister" to. She loves to find fun things to help entertain them when they come over to our house.

Favorite Pastimes: Dress up in costumes of famous people, playing with the kittens, writing stories ,making houses out of wood, playing in forts in the woods

Interests: Horse back riding, history,drawing,
Favorite Subject in School: History

Least Favorite Subject: Math

Favorite Food: Shrimp or pizza

Favorite Person in History and why: Ronald Reagan- He led our country in a good way

Something you want to do someday: Be a mother, raise monkeys or dogs to train for disabled people,

Favorite family memory: Being at the beach with Auntie Sue and my cousin , also last Thanksgiving when our relatives visited




Blogger Marcia said...

Kasey sounds like a very bright young lady! I especially like that her favorite person in history is Ronald Reagan, although it doesn't seem like too long ago that I was voting for him, so it's hard for me to think of him as someone in history :-)

November 21, 2008 at 12:47 AM  

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