Hey you there ^_^

Hello ^-^ I’m a new worker here. =) This is my first post… even tho i don’t really know nitprin… he seams funny and nice ^-^ someday maybe i would like 2 meat him in dw (dizzywood) and….

<— well umm thats me.. i guess u already figures that out… I dont type normal, i kinda umm type more slang tho idk y… so umm yea.. end of sentence.. Well that’s kinda about all.. so umm bii [yea 2 i’s for bi bi]

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Up for hire!

January 23, 2010 5 comments

If you wat to work here, and you already have a blog, just leave a comment and i will make you a worker!!!!!

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Help Haiti!

January 23, 2010 Leave a comment

On Tuesday, January 12, 2010, a major earthquake hit the country of Haiti and caused a lot of damage to the island and its people. They need your help.

What can you do?

Many organizations are already in Haiti trying to help the earthquake victims. Donations to these organizations will assist them in rescue operations; providing shelter, food and water to the people; and eventually rebuilding the country.

Even a few dollars can make a difference. Could you donate your allowance, organize a bake sale at your school, or ask your parents and neighbors to contribute to a fundraiser?

Here is a list of charitable organizations that your donations can be sent to:

The Red Cross: Text “HAITI” to the number 90999 to donate $10, which will be added to your next cell phone bill. You can also donate online through the Red Cross website. Make sure to check with your parents before doing so.
Doctors Without Borders: Hospitals in Haiti are badly damaged and overwhelmed. To help medical aid workers, donate through the Doctors Without Borders website.
CARE: This international aid group has already sent 133 staff members to Haiti, and it will be distributing food. You can ask your parents if they want to donate your family’s Delta Air Lines SkyMiles to fly CARE aid workers to Haiti or give money for relief funds through its website.
Partners In Health: You can donate to support field hospitals on Partners in Health’s website.
World Vision: World Vision has taken 18 tons of supplies, including blankets, tarps and water containers to Haiti. Show your support by donating through World Vision’s website.
UNICEF: To help children in Haiti, donate through UNICEF’s website.
Wyclef Jean’s Yele Foundation: Haitian-American rapper Wyclef Jean’s foundation to rebuild Haiti, Yéle, is accepting text-message donations. Text “Yele” to 501501 to donate $5, which will be added to your next phone bill. You can also donate through the Yéle Foundation’s website. Please ask your parents for permission before texting.
International Relief And Development (IRD): IRD will supply water, sanitation kits, medicine, hygiene kits and shelter materials. You can donate to IRD on its website.
Oxfam: 200 volunteers stationed in Haiti are providing clean water, shelter and sanitation through donations on Oxfam’s website.
The Salvation Army: The Salvation Army is sending 285,120 boxed meals of rice, soy and vitamins to Haiti, which you can help support by making a donation through the Salvation Army’s website.
Do you have other ideas on how we can help out Haiti? Post them here and help spread the word about ways everyone, including kids, can get involved. You can also show your support by displaying the Haitian flag in Dizzywood. It’s available at the chest in Presto’s Edge.

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Strange footprints

January 18, 2010 Leave a comment

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Help Haiti Flag in Dizywood!

January 18, 2010 1 comment

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How can i make this blog better?

January 10, 2010 Leave a comment

I was wondering how i could make this blog exciting, fun, and just alot better then it is now, if you have any ideas comment them and I might use it!

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oooo.. aaahhhhhh

January 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Groomfur has been busy over the holidays designing some killer new outfits for the New Year! You can find them on the racks in his House of Fashion.

Be the among the first to sport the swanky New Trenchcoat for the ladies, or rock it in the exclusive Band Shirt for boys.

Groomfur would love to hear your feedback! Which outfit is your favorite? What should he starting working on for next month?

Tell us what you think, Explorers!

gs_longtrenchgs_lacetunicgs_hoodedjacketskirtgs_dressblazergs_checkeredcardiganbs_lowstripedsweaterbs_bandshirt

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