Posted by: My2Cents2.0 | April 26, 2010



Happy Monday! (Not quite) Today was really rainy, and at 8:30 in the morning, it was pitch black outside. I was like, “Oh my gosh! This wasn’t supposed to happen for another 2 years!!!” Thankfully, it was not our time yet, and I’m alive!

So basically, there’s an ongoing addiction at school to the hit computer game, Ducklife. In the game, you’re a duck, competing in contests in order to raise money and rebuild your demolished farm. There are 3 skills to train, Running, Swimming, and Flying. After each training session, you will be awarded experience to whatever skill you were training. After gaining a certain amount of experience, you will advance a level. Although the gameplay is simpler than tying your shoes, the game itself is highly addicting. Let me warn you now, once you play once, you can’t ever stop! Don’t believe me? Just see for yourself at

-Jr Blogger

Posted by: My2Cents2.0 | April 24, 2010

First Post


Jr. Blogger here! Welcome to My2Cents version 2.0! The purpose of My2Cents is to express a family’s feelings about our lives, the world, nature, games, and pretty much everything else. You can learn more about the My2Cents team by checking out our page: About the My2Cents2.0 Team. I’m still experimenting with WordPress, but so far, so good! See you around!

~Jr. Blogger

Hi everyone! This is SR Blogger.

Over the last week one thing we all have in common is our awarness of the great power which lies within our beautiful earth! It doesn’t matter if you live in Asia, Africa, Europe, America, Australia. North or South, East or West almost everyone on our planet was aware of the tremendous eruption of the volcano located on Iceland. The name of the volcano is……..
Eyjafjallajokull . Yes, that’s correct: Eyjafjallajokull . Can anyone pronouce this name? I can’t. If you can send it to us in phonetic form !! First one to do that will get a special mention in my next post!! 🙂 🙂 I wish I could reward you something, but sadly it is out of my knowledge what.

So many people were stranded in airports all around the world due to the huge volcanic ash plume coming out of Mount Eyjafjallajokull . I hope they are all OK and heading home now that the airports are opening. You can see in the picture at the top of this post (which was taken from far in space) that the ash plume of volcanic debris is quite long and thick.

This eruption of volcano Eyjafjallajokull is just another example of how small our world is, how fragile we all are and how we must try our best to protect our Mother Earth and respect her and treat her well.