Monday, January 07, 2008

Thank you!

To all those wonderful people who are volunteering to help my class out, you are all absolutely wonderful! As I say often, the more the merrier!

6 comments:

Stephanie said...

I can send you the weather from Illinois, USA if you like!! It was 65 today!! Highest temps in over 100 years here.

Virginie said...

Well in Rouen, West France, the weather was stable today. It rained in the morning, and the end of the afternoon. The sky was all grey, and at 6pm the temp was 11°C (sorry i don't know how to make it in fahrenheit. i hope this can help your class

Anonymous said...

Just a note to let you know we've added your site to our blog spotted section. We are librarians in Singapore who run a book-related blog site, and can be found at http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/highbrowseonline/

Bybee said...

Hi, I didn't read about your project until today, but I'd like to join in.

Weather in South Korea: (January 12, 2008) Cold and rainy. The sky was dark and cloudy all day. The temperature was about 35 Farenheit. I'll post again soon!

Sarah said...

No problem! It's actually fun! I'll be sending you an exciting report today. Ice storms, snow...really cool stuff.

flats said...

I can send you the weather in Madrid, it´s around 10ÂșC , I don´t know the exchange in F, sorry ;) cheers