I’m a mormon

Hello. This is my 3rd post. To get to know me, I have a Wii, and I’m a Mormon. If you look at the tag(s) on my homepage, the first 1 explains that a mormon is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and that  Mormons are Christians. I like pie and pi (3.141595). I once got an infected arm (that could have killed me), and my mom broke her hand recently, and my sister once got a quarter stuck in her throat. Luckily, my family that lives in this house with me hasn’t had any losses. I have a dad named Jared, a mom named Maryanne, a sister named Laura, a brother named Charlie, another brother named Eli, and yet another brother named Isaac.

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8 Responses to I’m a mormon

  1. Deanna says:

    I look forward to hearing more about what you are up to and what you are thinking. What are you reading these days?

    • awn7 says:

      I read A Wrinkle in Time. It’s now my favorite book. In it, a girl named Meg has to save the universe from IT. She is with her brother Charles Wallace and her friend Calvin. I’m on book 2 of 5 now. Have you read A Wrinkle in Time?

      • Deanna says:

        I don’t think I ever finished A Wrinkle in Time. It took many years for me to get at all interested in that type of book. I didn’t ever finished any of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe books either. I liked The Phantom Tollbooth. On a different type of book, have you ever read any of the Hardy Boy books? They were written many years ago but you might find them interesting. I like to read mysteries. I read a lot of those and also the Nancy Drew books.

      • Kathryn says:

        I’m a bit late to this, but A Wrinkle in Time was one of my favorite books too. I must have read it 5 or 6 times. What are books 4 and 5? I read A Wind in the Door and A Swiftly Tilting Planet (also many times) but what are the others?

        So what do you think…should kything really work? I always thought it should.

        I second mom’s suggestion of The Phantom Tollbooth – great book!

  2. Grandpa Butler says:

    I can understand why you like pie. I like pie, too.

    Can you explain what it is about pi that you like? (I find it very useful, but there are other things, and other people, that i like a lot more than pi.)

    • awn7 says:

      I’m fascinated by pi (3.14159) because it’s the only number that goes on forever that has a 2 letter name. Also, my dad had a success on his first apple pie. My mom posted on Facebook “This is how Isaac eats pie” with a picture of Isaac with his bowl on his head.

  3. Grandpa Butler says:

    This is a day late for Pi Day, but I thought I’d send it anyway. A simple (ha!) mnemonic device to remember pi to some huge number of decimal places:

    How I need a drink, alcoholic of course, after the tough lectures involving quantum mechanics; but we did estimate some digits by making very bad, not accurate, but so greatly efficient tools! In quaintly valuable ways, a dedicated student — I, Nelson, Alexander — can determine beautiful and curious stuff, O! Smart, gorgeous me! Descartes himself knew wonderful ways that could ascertain it too! Revered, glorious — a wicked dude! Behold an unending number: pi! Thinkers’ ceaseless agonizing produces little, if anything! For this constant, it stops not — just as e, I suppose. Vainly, ancient geometers computed it — a task undoable. Legendre, Adrien Marie: ‘I say pi rational is not!’ Adrien proved this theorem. Therefore, all doubters have made errors. (Everybody that’s Greek.) Today, counting is as bad a problem as years ago, maybe centuries even. Moreover, I do consider that variable x, y, z, wouldn’t much avail. Is constant like i? No, buffoon!

    The number of letters in each word is the digit—thus, 3.1415926 . . .

    And each sentence-ending punctuation mark is a zero.

    Good luck memorizing that.

  4. Grandpa Butler says:

    And I probably should have put in “sweetened” in place of “alcoholic.”

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