Hi! I'm Shalie, I'm 18, and I've been reading your books since I was about 12... I mean that's probably a bit young to start reading your books but it's fine. I haven't read some of your more recent ones, I think the last one I've read is Tilt. I sort of lost my passion for reading and writing in 9th grade and didn't get it back till 11th grade (i've graduated high school now though!) I struggled a lot I had to force myself to write but I'm now trying to write every day!
Growing up with a father in the military, you move around a lot more than you would like to. I was born just east of St. Louis in a city called Shiloh in Illinois. When I was two years old my dad got the assignment to move to Hawaii. We spent seven great years in Hawaii, we had one of the greatest churches I have ever been to name New Hope. New Hope was a lot like Olivet's atmosphere, the people were always friendly and there always something to keep someone busy. I used to dance at church, I did hip-hop and interpretive dance, but you could never tell that from the way I look now.
Lauren Rezac- My weekend did not really start off to exciting. Right after my Fast-Pitch game I was picked up by my dad in our 1962 jeep. When we got home we had supper and we all stayed up for a little bit and went to bed. On Saturday I had the house to myself, my dad was helping our neighbors while my mom and sister were in ST.Cloud.So When I was at home I was pretty bored so I did what most bored kids I know would do turn up the music and make a little mess, basically I made slime. When mom and Alexis came back my sister got a call from my dad to go help out so I went with her.I helped by steering the tractor when she got bored and she did the speed and stuff like that. On Sunday we gave mom her gifts then we got ready to trapshooting me
Haylee Holten’s life- Relaxed Topic 1- Family and pets- I have a dog named Sandy I have a sister named Callie I had a fish named Cherry I had turtles named Frankey and Fronado For a hobby I do other people’s nails I live Cresco, Iowa I’ve lived here all my life i moved to a new house when I was 3 or 4 My mom teaches My dad works in a family business My best friend is Nicole
On April 26th,1999 I emerged into the world a happy baby given the name Bethany Gavin. I’m now in year 12 and I attend Cooks Hill Campus, Big Picture. My education began here in year 10 after leaving three years of home schooling and have grown as a student as the years have gone on.
Twenty years ago today, God gave me my second child. She has come to have many nicknames from my gift from God, my Angel of Jesus, to my Princess. Lauren Bailey, you have developed into a beautiful young lady, who is head strong and always knows what she wants. Even as a baby you knew what you wanted and how you were going to do things. When the doctors told me that they needed to take you away as soon as I had you, I lost a piece of me, because I did not know what to expect especially after your first surgery at five days old, but you showed your dad and I that you were strong and willing to live. You have shown so much courage, even at 9 years old, when you had your open heart surgery and you told me “Mom if God wants me to be with him, I
You know that moment when you’re trying to reach the toilet paper but can't quite, then fall and kill yourself on a pumpkin? Yeah I know that feeling… it’s not good. It all started one very normalish day at 1065 Fitzgerald Ave.
I Emily Hinduri, was once a ecstatic young lady, with an exultant family around me. Days back then were always jubilant and extremely buoyant. I could've never felt any more elated! But...that's not all. Although I was very euphoric in life, I also had my arcane moments of grim and anxiety. Ever since the death of a young handsome blithe boy I loved. I admired the way he spent every day of his life working hard just like a impenetrable rock he was. I loved the young fellow dearly and so did he love me too. Ever since his death, I've seen it as my own fault. We had a tremendous argument over nothing well a catastrophe that I put myself into and pleaded him for help but he told me many times how to get myself out of the situation. However I
My Daughter, I have for months been in apprehension that David would volunteer. Yet, joining the Army will be a terrible trial to me. He joined the Washington County Company commanded by Capt.Willet. They are now at Camp Cummings, the Fair ground. David sold his Pistol, got $25 for it, paid some of his little debts and we are preparing shirts with crochet work. He is very serious and deliberate about it, and the poor boy, he will be more so as the hardships thicken upon him. He was anxious to be called in.
Sunday: When we left we got back home, unpacked and started a game. Then we went with our dad to sharpen my brothers skates, but first we went to Walmart and picked up a heater since ours wasn’t working then we went to the store and got his skates sharpened then we went to Office Max and drove home. When we got home we had lunch and then we took a walk with one of our dogs. Then when we got home my brother and I played a game until it was time to go to his hockey. After hockey we had supper did our bedtime stuff and went to bed. It was a full
I personally think that in personal narrative a literacy work has more of an impact. I believe this because it can convey more details than a movie based on the literacy work. Both I believe are good ways to portray the sense of time but in different ways. In a movie you see more of how the directors see things instead of being able to imagine it
When I turned seventeen years old I started my own blog website. Due to this website I'm free to express myself to a audience around the world. I've always had a strong passion for literacy even from a young age. When I was younger I would write short stories to entertain myself . Having that outlet in my life gave me a chance to explore my imagination into a new depth.
The Start of Something Better I have been in the Marine Corps for roughly three and a half years and throughout that time I have done many things. Most of the things that I have done were with Combat Logistics Battalion 26. For three years, I worked with that unit through
Chicago By Bobby Sullivan My family went to Chicago to see my family members and to see new things. My family went on a plane to go to Chicago faster instead of driving. When we got on the plane I watched a movie and ate some gummys
I’m not really a big fan of reading or writing because of past experience.When I was in elementary school i never really was told to read much so i never decided to do it because I wasn’t told to.I always thought it was boring so from me not reading or trying not to read it started to affect me my 8th grade year i was put in read 180 for low SRI scores I was in there for two years I got out of there my 10th grade year but I still don’t think I improved on my reading at all. Then my sophomore year I was starting to get the hang of it but then I switch schools so it got harder for me and I started scoring low on tests. ELA is probably a really hard class for me each year and it seem like it get harder and harder each year.I have never scored proficient or advanced on star testing or anything. But I have never failed a ELA class I have always passed with a D so I know I have the ability of improving in that subject.My teachers have worked with me each year its like I dont understand what goes on I could read a story and at the end still not understand what i just read.Im thinking its a personal problem but i have to fix because its going to affect me in my futre with the career field I want to be in. I think I am and want to improve in ELA.