Chapter 11 Chapter Text Jack Robinson felt sick for a period after receiving the news - a sinking, dying feeling in the pit of his stomach that would not go away. There was no marker, no buoy to provide an indication of a turning point.
Take a deep breath, it is bumpy ride! From that we can figure that she was born in So she turned 17 before the end of Novand Liz is still seventeen in season 3 'Busted' when she is on trial which doesn't have an exact date, but takes place sometime after school started in Aug of In New Mexico, anyone who is 5 years old after Aug 31st must wait an extra year to start school, and that seems to be what Liz had to do.
She was born inand Alex, Maria and Kyle were all born in but they are in the same grade. This makes me think that Liz must have been born in Sept or later and waited a year to go to school.
So her birthday has to be between Sept and Nov Says that perhaps there is someone planning life and there is a reason for things, and you have to respect that. Where do you actually see yourself in 10 years Liz: Tell me which character in this drawing is the most like you and tell me what they're doing at the park.
Oh, I used to do that all the time.
I tried for weeks to build one of those turrets because you can't have a real castle without a turret. I even made my Dad take me to the library and get a book on sandcastles.
All I had to do was follow the directions. It took a few tries, but once my friends did what I told them to do, voila! We had a turret. It was more like a team and I was like the team leader. The one with the plan. By the end of the summer I planned a whole city and the newspaper came and took a picture of it.
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