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Mrs. Rosheim is Wimpified!


Go to the following website to wimpify yourself...

http://www.wimpyourself.com/

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Anonymous said…
It's the new elf-yoursef!
Mrs. Rosheim said…
I saw the movie Diary of A Wimpy Kid yesterday and I loved it! It was very humorous and a great lesson on being a good friend(moms and teachers always love good friend stories). I also appreciated how the drawings from the book made it into the movie. I would recommend this movie if you loved the books!
Anonymous said…
i just saw the movie yesteday and i agree with you!!!
Anonymous said…
Thats really funny.

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