Saturday, January 30, 2010

My stuffed animals in my room and my SpongeBob toy

I remember when I was a little boy I used to play with my toy animals and I felt happy about that. I mostly liked playing with my toy cars because when I was little I was most intrested in cars.

As I got older I started to play with them a little less often than before. I felt like it was time for me to grow up. One day, I put some of them in my room on my bed and I slept with them.

I remember one day I got a new SpongeBob doll and I was very happy about my gift that I usally played with him almost evrey day. A few months later I named my toy "SpongeBob Iannielli" based on the TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob Iannielli became my fake brother because I really loved SpongeBob so much.

One day back in January 2010 I orginized my stuffed animals and put them on my bed right next to where I slept. I feel happy about that. One day, I will sleep there and put some of my toy cars and trucks in one of the buckets.

Even though I still play with my toy animals sometimes I like to sleep with them but I mostly like to sleep with my fake brother Spongebob. Since i'm getting used to sleeping in my room and less with my Mom and Grandma Bee, I feel like that because of other kids and my toys. Evrey time I sleep in my room sometimes before I fall asleep I might play with my toy animals. I think having stuffed animals on my bed is great. The End.

Matty Iannielli

Friday, January 22, 2010

Happy Birthday Dad 2010

One day, Dad told me that Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was on my Dad's birthday, which was on January 18th. On January 18th, I woke up and shouted to Dad, "happy birthday Dad". He was so surprised. Mom told me about Dad's birthday party. She told me that we're going to Friendly's for Dad's birthday and to buy a cake.

Later that night Mom called us because she told us that she was waiting at the parking lot for about 20 minutes. We went there to go see Mommy Bee and to see how she was doing. We ordered some dinner and I got the mini mozzarella sticks. We ordered some ice cream for Dad's birthday. We got some ice cream cake to celebrate. When we got home, we ate some cake and sang "happy birthday" to my Dad. We went to bed and said goodnight and happy birthday to Dad. I fell asleep and dreamed about my birthday being the best birthday ever! The End

Matty Iannielli

Thursday, January 21, 2010

The good time I had at Mom's birthday party

On January 9th, I woke up happily and as I went up to Mommy Bee I said, "happy birthday Mommy Bee". She felt so surprised about this day because it meant a lot to her. In the afternoon we went to the bakery to get a cake and some cookies for Mom and we put it in the bag. I felt that Mommy Bee might feel happy.

Later that day I dressed up like a girl so I could look good for the party. Mom and Grandma Bee laughed at me and Mommy Bee said "take it off, Matty Bee" and that was very funny. LOL. We sang some songs and I sang Heartbreak Hotel, Funky Town, Dancing Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, and other songs. I got a high score while I sang like a girl and then I got upset. So then I went to the bathroom to change and I magically became a boy again. I felt happy to be normal boy just like before and I got a birthday song for Mommy Bee. When I gave Mom her song she thanked me for it. Then Mom sang her song and she was happy. Later we ate some birthday cake and I enjoyed that. Now I was having fun. It was time for bed and I got ready. I said goodnight to Mom and Dad and I fell asleep. It was a fun time. The End.

Matty Iannielli

Sunday, January 17, 2010

How time flies by and how I will miss the years

Every time it becomes a new year it sounds like a happy moment but sad too because time goes so fast that it's like a fast car on an interstate that I can't catch up to it. It is also sad because we all will miss the time and all those good memories we had in the past. But in the future we all still have good times ahead of us. I still miss 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, or even the last millennium.

The memories I miss so much from 2009 were very fun. In December, I went to Pennsylvania and we got to visit my Dad's high school friend Marty, his wife and Breena. We had so much fun there. I liked seeing the old Buick car and meeting Breena's friends. I also had a fun Christmas and I watched Christmas movies like Elf, Polar Express, Mickey Christmas Movies, Home Alone, The Grinch Christmas Movie, and a Frosty the Snowman cartoon. I also got to play with my toys and I had time off to spend with my parents. I also loved going to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert at the Nassau Coliseum with Dad and Kitty Kat (my cousin). It was fun. In November, we had a good and healthy Thanksgiving. I helped Mom out in the kitchen. We also went to the wedding ceremony in New Jersey at the Old Mill Inn. I took a little bath while Mom and Dad were gone and Grandma Bee was watching me while I took a bath. Mom and Dad went to the store because I was starving in the hotel room. The next morning we missed the breakfast at the hotel and I was upset. I thought for a minute or two and the Friendly's had Breakfast so I had an idea. We went to Friendly's for breakfast and I felt much better. In October, we had a fun Halloween. We went trick-or-treating and we got lots of candy. We also went to see a Michael Jackson movie on October 30th. It was fun. We also saw the movie "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs". In September, it was the beginning of the school year. We also went to Hershey Park and we saw how they make Hershey's chocolate at Hershey's Chocolate World. Then we went on the Hershey Park carousel. The next day we went to the Hershey Water Park and we went on the Lazy River. We had fun there. We stayed at the La Quinta hotel in Pennsylvania. Before we left to go home we went to the Crayola factory and I colored my seahorse picture. In August, we went to the Jones Beach Theatre. We went to the beach a few times and I built a sand castle. We went to the Levittown swimming pool too. It was my favorite part of Summer. In July, I went to Camp Kehilla and I liked it very much. In June, it was the end of the school year and we shouted "hooray, it's the last school day!" and I ran to my house and said "Mom, it's the last day of school, the best part of Summer". In March, I had a fun birthday. Those were the best days I ever had in 2009.

The memories I miss so much from 2008 were very fun. In Christmas time, we went to see Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the IZOD Center in New Jersey because we missed them play in Nassau Coliseum. In November, we had a good Thanksgiving. We went trick-or-treating on Halloween and I dressed up like SpongeBob SquarePants. In September, it was my final year in Summit Lane School and my teacher for 4th grade was Mrs. Kalb. In the Summer time, I went to Camp Kehilla, went swimming in the town pool, played miniature golf, rode my bike, went to the beach and built a sand castle, and had one of the best summers ever. Before Summer started, I said goodbye to Mrs. McKenna and we all gave her a hug and took a picture before Summer vacation started. In the Spring, I rode my bike around the block. In the Winter, we played in the snow, made snow angels, had snowball fights, and made snowmen. Those were the best days I ever had in 2008.

The memories I miss so much from 2007 were very fun. In October before Halloween, we took Lolo Beto to the airport and we said goodbye to him before he left to go home. It was kind of sad to say goodbye to Lolo Beto. In the Summer, we went swimming in JE's pool. I went to my camp and we did a lot of fun activities. We went on a vacation to Virginia with Lolo Beto. We swam in the pool at the plantation. We also went to Water Country and Bush Gardens. We went to Colonial, Williamsburg and we stayed at the Williamsburg Plantation. We played the piano at Blacksburg, Virginia and I said I'm from Williamsburg. We went to visit Virginia Tech where my Dad used to go to college and we walked on the campus. We went to the bookstore and I was running around. We went to Virginia Beach and I built a sand castle. At school, We went on a few field trips. We went to the Children's Museum on Hempstead Turnpike. Those memories were the best memories I ever had in 2007.

The memories I miss so much from 2006 were very fun. I remember I liked to draw on rolls of paper a lot and make streets and roads with houses and street signs all over them. I started to get used to dominoes and I started to play with them and knock them down but I mostly got upset when they all knocked down. I even got to watch some movies a little more often. I started to like watching SpongeBob on Nickelodeon a lot and I was getting used to it. For the Summer vacation, we just went to Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey. I also was making a fake book called "Bom's Ketteler" and I wanted to make a movie with it but as I got older I stopped with it. Then I was interested in maps and I liked to draw roads. I saw a web site where it had all the roads in Long Island. Those times were the best times I ever had in 2006.

The memories I miss so much from 2005 were very fun. For vacation, we went to Virginia and we took a little drive around the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. We stayed at the Days Inn hotel. We went to Ocean City, Maryland. We stayed at the Casablanca hotel in Ocean City. At the beach near the Boardwalk we played in the sand and swam in the water for a little bit and we took a long walk through the Boardwalk. My parents and I got tired because it was a very long boardwalk. It was like about 10 miles. We walked for about more than an hour. We turned around and got some dinner. The next day, we played Miniature Golf and I had fun. Then we went to Washington D.C. and we had a fun time. I got a snow cone in Washington D.C. and it was good. We went to the White House but it was closed. Then we went to the Washington Monument but it was very crowded. Then we got to see the names of all the presidents from George Washington to George W. Bush. We got lost in Washington D.C. and after that we got a map of the city. We also got to see Abraham Lincoln's house and we saw all of the books in the house and they told me not to touch them. We left the hotel and got home safely. We had a very fun vacation in 2005. I remember when my favorite game show channel stopped showing and I started to watch Disney Channel where there was no Hannah Montana or Miley Cyrus in it. I remember that Dad and Grandma Bee told me about when I was about 5 years old that I did a Google search for Toyota and I got to their web site and I filled out an application. About a week later, the Toyota called up and Mom answered the phone and he said that "I need a call for Mr. Matty Iannielli" and Mom asked "what is this call about?" and he said "Matty was interested in buying a Toyota". Mom told them that "he is only 5 years old" and they all had a good laugh and the man said "you have some intelligent son, Congratulations". So my mom said "thank you". Then he said "The car is ready for Matty if he could like it". And Mom said "We don't need a car" and they said goodbye. After that Mom gave the phone to Dad and then Dad spoke to the guy and said "Matty is my son and he is only 5 years old and we don't need a car". Then they hung up and the man deleted the file. I told Dad "next time I will buy a big house because this house is too small for me". Then Dad told me "no more filling out applications on the Internet". So I learned a lesson about that. Those were the good times I ever had in 2005.

The memories I miss so much from 2004 were very fun. We went to Hershey Park in the Summer and we saw how they make Hershey's chocolate. Then we stayed at the Econo Lodge hotel in Pennsylvania and while I heard a little girl crying I started making up a new TV show called "Cry Girl". I also made up a TV show about a talking cat named "Cat at, the Talking Cat". I had a very fun vacation in 2004. I also remember that my kindergarten class started that year. On April 15, 2004, we moved to our current house that we live in right now, 16 Primrose Lane in Levittown, New York, 11756. We also introduced our house to all our friends and met our new neighbors. I even remember I got the bloody nose at the mall and I had to be rushed to the hospital. We also did lots of other fun things that year too. Those times are good memories I remember about 2004.

The memories I miss so much from 2003 were very fun. I remember going places with Mom and Dad. I also remember riding on the bus with my Mom. I even remember going to the car wash and getting a lollipop with Dad. In the Summer time we didn't go anywhere for vacation because we were looking at houses because Dad wanted to buy a house. I remember taking walks around the block with Grandma Bee. I also remember my parents took me to the store sometimes and I had fun. Those are the times I remember about 2003.

The memories I miss so much from 2002 were fun but I don't remember much. In the Summer time we went to Virginia for vacation. We stayed at the Days Inn hotel in Virginia. I saw some pictures of it in the family album. Grandma Bee used to tell me about when we got lost in the stroller and it was raining outside and thundering out there. We went around in circles and Grandma Bee thought we were lost but we went the right way and we got home safe. Mommy Bee was wondering where Grandma Bee was and she was all wet. The last thing I remember about 2002 was when I recorded my voice on a cassette when I was about 3 years old. Those are the things I remember about 2002.

The memories I miss so much way back before all those memories were very fun. In October 2001, I remember we first moved to 47 Raspberry Lane in the same town we live in right now. On the day I don't want to talk about, I went to the dentist and while I was there we heard bad news. Those are the things I know about but I don't remember them.

The years are a blur because they are too fast and one year seems to go into the next as quickly as possible. Before you know it we will all be older and more grown-up. I feel like I'm going to cry because the years go by too fast and some of the memories of mine are forgotten. Saying goodbye to the years are like saying goodbye to a visitor. Since time goes by so fast it seems kind of sad to say goodbye to all of the past years. But not to worry because I will keep them in my mind and my heart forever and never forget them. The End

Matty Iannielli
Helped by Dad and Grandma Bee

Friday, January 1, 2010

The fun time at Marty's house in Pennsylvania

On the last day of the year 2009 we went to Dad's high school friend Marty's house. Dad said to me that we were going to Pennsylvania to visit Dad's high school friend Marty. Dad told me that he hasn't seen him in a very long time. In the afternoon we said goodbye to Mom and Grandma Bee and went in the car. First before we went, we had to get cookies at the bakery in Levittown, New York. Second, we went to the gas station because we had a long trip to get there. Third, we went to the bank to get money. Last, we went to Wendy's because I was hungry from the long trip. Now we were on our way.

Dad had his navigating system to help him from getting lost. We started out on the Meadowbrook Parkway because we missed the entrance to the Wantagh Parkway. As we entered the Northern Parkway I wrote down the exits just like I did before. We had the radio on listening to the countdown to New Year 2010. It took us about 3 and a half hours to get there.

By the time we got there it was night time and we got lost driving on his block so we had to call him for help. We arrived at the house around 7:00 PM and we got to visit Marty and his family. We introduced ourselves and took a look at the house. We went down to the basement where we saw the old Buick car that Marty showed us. The girl I met there was named Breena. I went in Breena's room and I played hide and seek with her. She told me that she liked Hannah Montana and i said "eww, you like Hannah Montana? That is for girly girls" and she laughed and said "but I like her". I still liked Breena though, so we played some games and read books. Breena's friends arrived and we got to say "hello" to them. We played on the computer and made up our own story. We played Candy Land. Before the year was over we got to see the ball drop. It was fun. While I was counting down to the new year I was thinking about Christmas and why years pass by so fast. It was new year and we were all so happy and I said "goodbye 2009 and hello 2010". I had some cookies and root beer while I watched the ball drop. After the new year I was still playing with Breena because the kids had to go for the night. I also pretended to say to the new year "hi 2010, my name is Matty". I said my final goodbye to 2009. Then Marty invited us to stay overnight. I was so tired because I stayed up till about 1:00 AM. So Marty set up the air bed for us and Dad and I all said goodnight to Marty and Breena. Dad had to sleep on the couch because I was moving too much. So I fell asleep and dreamed of more 2009.

In the morning I woke up and I was crying because I missed my Mom and I missed 2009 so much that I wanted it to stay. I calmed down and when I went upstairs, Dad told me to be quiet because they were sleeping so I went back to sleep. When Dad woke me up I didn't want to get up because I thought I still had to sleep. So Marty woke me up and we went to the Rise and Shine restaurant in Pennsylvania. We said goodbye to Marty and Breena and we thanked them for taking us out so we headed home. Along the way we got some pizza in New Jersey and we stopped to get fruit slices at the Willowbrook Mall in New Jersey. We passed New York City and we took the Throgs Neck Bridge to Queens. We were almost home and we took the Wantagh Parkway home and we went home to pick Grandma up for Angelina, which I call Millenium Girl because her birthday is on January 1 in 2000. That is why I call her Millenium Girl. We had a good new year. I had fun going to Breena and Marty's house. Dad had fun too! The End.

Matty Iannielli
Helped by Dad