My name is Taggot Rose Wilson, and I'm ten years old.
If you're not familiar with me, that is okay. I live with my parents Mirna and Tony Wilson, as well as my two little sisters Nickole and Rayven (they're six and eight) and my two little brothers Hunter (five) and Nickolas (two). We have a dog, an Old English sheepdog named "Boy", who is a klutz and a half! LOL
I live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I love it here: in the summer it's not too hot, and we can always go to the mountains if it gets too stifling hot. In the winter, we can go skiing at the ski resort near our place; I've been skiing since I was a small child, and I'm very good at it. I love skiing; it's one of my favorite things to do!
My family is okay, but my little brother Hunter is disabled. He cannot walk without crutches or leg braces for shorter trips (on longer trips he uses a wheelchair), and sometimes he gets sick. He ends up in the hospital when this happens, and it always scares me.
When I grow up, I want to help kids like my little brother. If I can make any difference in their lives, to make their lives better, then it will be worth it.
I think I would be very good at helping kids who are handicapped.
I was kinda disappointed in "American Idol" last night. The guy I wanted to win didn't. David Cook won instead of David Archleta; I thought David A. was the better of the two, the one who should have won. David Cook won by 12 million votes. Not even close for the other David. Darn!
I hope good things happen to David Archuleta; he's young, he's incredibly talented, and he's super sweet in nature. Good things are going to him; I feel it in my heart!
I also watched "Dancing With the Stars" on Monday; Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic figure skater, and her partner (Fabian; I forget his last name) won. They were flawless. I was hoping they'd pull it off; they did.
No surprise there.
Well, I gotta get ready for school; bus due to come in an hour. I'd better not be late, or mom'll be mad; she doesn't like it when we miss the bus. I will write in here again another day; take care and God bless!
~Love, your Wyoming friend, Taggot Rose, aged 10. :)
P.S.: Sad news: Steven Curtis Chapman's youngest daughter, five-year-old Mia, was killed by her teenaged brother; he accidentally ran over her; he didn't see her until it was too late. I will have to say a prayer for the Chapmans. (This happened yesterday afternoon.)