Friday, April 27, 2007

Radio Time

My Grandpa Ken does a radio show every week on the glyconutrients. Its channel 880 am. So today me and Levi went with him. It was fun- Levi did his David and Goliath thing and I sorta talked about the speech thing we are doing, and how I remember going down to Grandpa's office and sneaking into the phyto-bears (there Mannatechs version of gummy bears).I just got off the bumpy riding mower, mowing the field is fun to me. People think I'm weird to like it, but I get to listen to my ipod :) Kutless (a band) sure knows how to out blare a lawn mower.
Well...got to go get the kitchen clean before Kevin and Amy Jo Mcmorrow arrive, 'cause I get to babysit their kids. I'll check back later to see your comments, and I'll know if you don't leave one :) -Bye

9 comments:

Destiny Kruse said...

Cool Kaila you got to go to the radio show. I heard you and thought you did really good and so did Levi. Well got to go.

Natalie said...

Hey Kaila! That's neat that you were able to be on a Radio show. See you on Tuesday! And happy early birthday! Sweet 16!

I am called Aaron Sleadd said...

Nice post! What kind of an iPod do you have? How many gbs?
Keep it up!
-Aaron

Kaila Anderson said...

I have a 30gb white video ipod.

Destiny Kruse said...

Hey Kaila, I didnt know you had a website. And you were only 12 when you got it. It's pretty funny. Nice post.

Kaila Anderson said...

Yeah and if you go to the kennyliisa one and click on the main pic, then copy paste the website name that pops up and open with winows movie maker, you can watch an old slidshow of our family. That probebly didn't make any sense :)

Kaija said...

Hi Kaila, I love your blogs, especially Phennias slide show.
Mummu

Kaila Anderson said...

Hi Mummu,
I'm glad your able to check out our blogs. Thanks for the comment :)

Dottie, Grandma Dot or Mom said...

Kaila,

I am so proud of my oldest granddaughter. You played that new guitar so good last night. I can hardly believe you are 16 years old. You have grown to quite a godly young lady. You also did great on the radio last week.

Love,

Grandma Dot