What Are Little Girls Made of? Star Trek and 4-H

Let's start the very beginning….introductions! My name is Cassidy, and, as you all know I live at the Windy Woods farm. At 13, I'm the eldest child of the kids (no, not the goat kids!). My hobbies are reading, writing, and drawing manga, Star Trek (we're currently watching the original series), kite flying (that is until until a tree ate it. Thank you, Charlie Brown Brother!), and 4-H. I enjoy using a website called Habit RPG.

cassidyMost of this post is going to be about 4-H, but you might get something about Star Trek too! (Yes, I'm a complete and total, 100% Trekkie or Trekker or what ever you call the Star Trek fans.)

My Project

I picked a large project for my first year in 4-H. I'm going to do a Junior Beef.  There is a large amount of requirements for my project. Here's a few:

    •  Member must use a leather show halter, a show stick, and a show comb for showing.
    • Maximum weight at Fair time is 600 pounds; the is no minimum weight.
    • Calf must be born after February 1 of current year and in possession of the 4-H member by May 15 of the current year.
    • Calves must be weaned at least two weeks before the Fair.

I don't have my calf yet, but I can't wait to meet it! I also can't wait to meet my 4-H members. (I've met some of them, and known them ever since they were born. Yep, that's right. My brothers!) Tomorrow (April 16th, 2015) will be my first meeting. I'm so excited!
We've met our 4-H leader. We call her Mrs. Wagner. Her farm used to be a dairy farm. She's very nice. I can't wait to start 4-H!

Now for STAR TREK….

“Hailing frequencies open, sir!” “He's dead, Jim.” I cannot change the laws of physics, Captain!” Do those sound familiar?
ME (hollering): “Thanks guys!! The transporter room is ready!”
DR.MCCOY, UHURA, MR. SCOTT: “Have are nice day!”
My brothers and I have Star Trek everywhere! at this moment I have a Command badge that I made pinned to my shirt. (Next time I do a badge change, I'll be in Sciences. Like my favorite character, Mr. Spock.) We've created a bridge in the dining room. We made the mat at our front door the transporter room. We've made our own costumes. We've read autobiographies and biographies. We've worked on the ‘Live long and prosper' greeting.

You can see that I've been busy with the goat kids, Star Trek, chickens, and other things.

Well, it's time for me to beam out. The transporter SHOULD be ready by now. Live long and prosper, and have a great day! Cassidy out!

Cassidy Burgess

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