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I am finished with math!!!!!

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Lois said…
Oh Congratulations Carissa! I'm sure you're glad that summer vacation is nearing. I can't wait till I'm finished with my school work. What is your favorite subject?
Carissa said…
Hi Lois,

My favorite subject is reading. I also like history and writing. Thanks for the comment.

Cairssa
Lois said…
I used to hate reading when I was younger, but now I love it. My favorite subject is science, but I don't know what to major in yet. :)
Sarah said…
Congratulations, Carissa! I am sure you were excited to finish it!
Carissa said…
Hi Sarah,
Yes, I am very excited about finishing math! Thanks for the comment, Sarah.
Carissa
Bethany Joy said…
Yay, now we're both done with math. It's definitely my least favorite subject.
Carissa said…
It's my least favorite subject too.

Carissa
Anna Faith said…
Oh its my favorite subject!:D
I do saxon math too.
Carissa said…
Hi Anna Faith,

Welcome to my blog. I hope you enjoyed your visit. Thanks for the comment. I really enjoy receiving comments from people.

Carissa
"What you take for granted, others are praying for!"

Just kidding!

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