the seven day eclipse war of two deadly enemigos

(a gmail chat war me and hunter had while i was in mexico, i told him i would publish it, i have already contacted some publishing agencies but this will have to do for now. fogive the grammar, and spelling, one does not worry about such things during a battle.)
Sierra: guess from my typing habits who i am... do it! today!
me: hunter?
Sierra: fantastic dang
me: thank you
Sierra: she got it
me: do you really know who daddy yankee is?
Sierra: nope never heard who when what why where
me: he is a really popular mexican singer
Sierra: oh
me: you got me excited i thought you knew him
Sierra: like hillery Duff or Jerry seinfeild
me: no not at all like either of them , what are you talking of?
Sierra: jimmin ....................................................................................................................................................................................next saturday 4 4 eyouoq 3 3 ..... face .n < > __
me: am i supposed to crack this code by saurday or something
Sierra: exactically
me: are you now a spy, is the family in trouble? am i not supposed to come home?
Sierra: it means french bullies are not nice and no and yes bird flue girl we dont except your kind
me: french bullies aren't nice, i had no idea, i thought all bullies were nice
Sierra: i mean................. surry
me: do don't tolerate the sick and afflicted how could you say such a thing
Sierra: i didnt write that
me: surry! that is my way of saying sorry, you thief, and yes you did write that
Sierra: i am apoled
me: what is apoled
Sierra: an outrage
me: what is an outrage
Sierra: this is surely not exceptible! out i say out
me: the fact that you are a thief, i agree it is ridiculous. thief! thief!
Sierra: this crued humor is making me sick to the pulp
me: pedafile
Sierra: you did not
me: oh, yes i did
Sierra: at least i have my dignity
me: want to take this outside
Sierra: you crinimal you are on
me: what dignity?
Sierra: 12 0clock the plaground
me: i am throwing you to the ground
Sierra: not around town
me: and kicking you to the pulp
Sierra: but me through you up slide
me: your asphalt kid
Sierra: ha what!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
me: you read me
Sierra: did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
me: right
Sierra: You!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! eat dirt food pikow pughsh bam slay now down word super dog
me: kapow\ slank
Sierra: end ball/ultra kick
me: mexican drama
Sierra: pudding smash
me: diablo
Sierra: up the corner round about wet willey
me: around the block, under my bug
Sierra: down the nose
me: tush spankin
Sierra: to the mega elbow inuverable cow buck
me: under tug hang nail
Sierra: huhh i'm hit
me: that is right
Sierra: not like this
me: now you know not to mess with a mexi
Sierra: dont let my life end its too short, not like this not like this
me: your so dramatic, you are just giong to be pulverised you'll live to see tomarro maybe with out teeth but...
Sierra: no
me: you'll live
Sierra: { Hunter cheap shots jasmine to the nose} dead you are, ha ha ha, i win today but forever as well
me: oh, no you didn't! jasmine pulls out her loca zompie
Sierra: whuat
me: blood splat take that enemigo
Sierra: Not local zombie juice, no way hossai
me: it isn't local crazy, it's spanish
Sierra: eat squid meat pishuu
me: noooooooooooo, i am a vegetarian
Sierra: .............................................. bullets of slime
me: tongue twist with the pliers
Sierra: chicken wing PICOCK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
me: make uped
Sierra: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~` lazer nose attack
me: arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrriba
Sierra: not Mario
me: super kick from top
Sierra: luigi upper cut coin slash
me: here somes puertos under toe
Sierra: boing
me: kersplat
Sierra: eat DR pills
me: killer shard attack not pills, i don't do drugs
Sierra: princess carrot unbrella shield piushhssh drugs are good
me: beached jellies throw, no they aren't
Sierra: no tortia block wall
me: tortilla, silly mermaid
Sierra: drrrrugs make you indo crapp'e
me: mermaid shriek under sea anenami
Sierra: mermaid pile driver
me: add them back
Sierra: anube crash landing ppppppppuuuuushhh pikow bluuuy
me: shuv
Sierra: bop
me: wedgie
Sierra: fffigiro
me: to the scalp
Sierra: blounk
me: falangy attack to the armpit
Sierra: falang {high voi ce} thermal sweater cover force
me: armored bear friend swing to the jungular
Sierra: {Hunter sneaks away}
me: jasmine uses her eye melt to melt away any thing in sight
Sierra: Jazzy is lost} {when will she be found} in the Jungle
me: when hunter is in plain sight to fling a chili at
Sierra: outer darkness she sees
me: chili covered grasshoppers can fly out of any outer darkness
Sierra: { oh no} CHILLE
me: don't under estimate the grasshopper either
Sierra: grass HOPPERS
me: you got some of that didin't you
me: all the way from oaxaca bebe, they can get through any portal and he chokes
Sierra: { HUNTER THroat swells
me: return to diable diablo
Sierra: ''WHY'
me: you scum ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa victory
me: i have VICTORY and jasmine was her flame thrower to throw down you back to those flames
Sierra: {HE SWINGS AROUND AND HAS MERCEY ON JAZZY THE LOOSER} HA HA o op,,,,,,,,,,,, see that face I made that face ""looser"" he he he
me: i see no face you soulless demon you will call me master !!!!!!!!!
Sierra: Jazzy ends up eating chilliie for the rest of her days
me: i am fine with that
Sierra: the end


mi vaccaciones!

Oaxaca, what can I say about Oaxaca. It was great! We were able to go some ancient myan ruins called Monte Alban it was quite indescribable. I would gladly go there again. I can't really say to much about it other than the fact that I enjoyed imagineing myself as some nephite in book of morman times walking its streets full of people with our open toe sandals and urban way of living, I wondered what great politicions walked up the steps of this pyramid everday. Who knows what type of things were taught on those pyramids, or maybe they do know, I actaully got some souveniour that apparently represent some god that they believed in or a medicine man or something. I bought way to much at monte alban, what can I say, it is those Mexican men, I cannot resist buying things from them, souveniours, nuts and juice are what all of my money has been going to. When they call me amiga I can't help myself my hand just reaches for that danero. I cannot refuse them, I tried one time and my words turned to either jibberish or cruel langauge "no danade" I was trying to say I don't have any money, or 'no mi gusta' when I wanted to say I don't want.

oaxaca city was fun too with some cool architecture and old cathedrals and some cool people and some cool markets, where I bought even more stuff, yay.
I just have to tell you all I love sam and tosca so much and I am so glad they are here with me


Sorry, I have been really bad about positing lately. So much has happened. I have gone on two trips to Oaxaca. The place were Nacho Libre was filmed. And one trip to Puerto Escondido, one of my favorite beaches ever. I have been placed in a new host family whom I love. I am enjoying teaching very much. My stomach has been only having minor problems. I would like this post to be a post for all those that love me back home though, all those that I miss and who helped to make this trip possible for me. First of all, I miss my family, Mom,
Dad, Zach, Hunter, Leo, and Sierra, I love you so much, no host family could ever replace you. I miss my puppies, Rufio and Pepper. I miss you grandma and grandpa. I miss you Jenny and Craig, Ben, Denali, and Isaac, I miss teaching you Lizzy. I miss you Rosie and Blake and thank you for your little comforting comments Rosie. I miss you Jake and Jessica. I miss you Chloe, and I am sorry I can have Sam and Tosca with me and you can’t. I miss you Lynn, Bryan and max. I miss you Diane and D ean and Daniel and have actually been missing you for years. I miss my beehives, for how fun and loving you were, I miss getting up at four in the morning to go to the temple with you. I miss not having to take a three and a half hour bus ride to get to the temple. I miss OBD. I miss you Aimee, Karen, Anne, Less and even Mike. I miss the finishing school, all of my adorable well behaved students, they were so easy. I miss you Sue, Natalie and all of you girls who taught beside me. I miss my ward, I owe all of you so much, and the ward is what got me out here. All of you that donated, it would not have been possible with out you. I was amazed with all of the donations as were the people at ILP, I have rarely felt so loved. Thank You!
I Miss you all terribly and I wish I could be sharing this experience with you~ jazzy


dancing with Teo

My pathetic attmpt to dance like a Mexican and a Mexicans attempt to dance like me

"the jasmine" he calls it


Mexican Pics

This picture is Mexico city,
I thought it captured the craziness

of Mexico city well, no.

Sam on the four hour

bus ride

It was Toscas bithday on the

Sixth we had cake and a

little Fiesta.

This is my host sister,


These are my amigos at the juice stand

they make a mean pina' juice



We are in Mexico, and already having crazy adventures!
We arived in Mexico city at like 11:00 on Saturday. Then we took a four hour bus ride to our city, Tehuacan. We arrived in Tehuacan at like one in the morning. One of the ladies in charge of our school took us to a taco stand that night at around 1:30. I guess Mexicans eat dinner really late, so certain retaurants and taco stand are open until like, 5 in the morning. It is crazy, just like all of the Mexico. The adjective I would give to Mexico, if I could pick only one, is crazy, but in a good way. I am having so much fun and my emotions are completely messed with the culture shock, I am totally having crazy mood swings, but I am mostly happy.
On Sunday I stayed with a Ladie named Rachel who is sort of in charge of our school. She has a really interesting story, but I will tell you about her later. Rachel is LDS and her husband is actually the stake president so I was able to go to church. I couldn't understand a word, and they had me read some scriptures aloud in Spanish, all the Mexicans in the class found it very amusing. Of course the church is the same where ever you go, it was nice to have something that was familar. After church Rachel gave us some culture training. Then I was sent to my host families house, I was really scared! To tell you the truth I am still freaked out about it. My host mom is a english professor/lawyer/spanish teacher, she is actually going to be teaching the spanish classes for us teachers. I have 3 host siblings I sister that is three, who speaks english, and two host brothers that are my age but too embarrassed to speak english in front of me. I am having fun with them talking about politics with my host mom and tonight I was able to go to a parade full of American cartoon characters and crazy Mexican music. I have caught on to a little of Spanish, but everything is still pretty much jibberish to me. My host mom says that she gives me a couple weeks then I will get used to it . My host family is different than most, for one I don't have my own room, which is good but really hard for me, I pretty much share with my host mom amd my host sister. I have host siblings my age which most teachers don't. My host mom used to live in the US and for some reason she hates Mexico, which is sad. I think she feels like a foreigner becasue she spent so much time in the US. I only have one host parent, her husband still lives in Tennesse. The hardest part for me is my host sister, she is adorable, light brown hair big brown eyes, but she does not leave me alone. She is very interested in my things and some of them have gone missing already and she loves to touch me all over and if you know me I cannot handle being touched. This will be a good learning experience for me though, in so many ways.