Most people assume dyslexia is a hardship that makes reading impossible and scrambles letters. Even though dyslexia can make reading, writing, and spelling challenging, I believe that there are more gifts from dyslexia than hardships. The New York Times article in 2013 on “Defining My Dyslexia” provided concrete evidence about some of the benefits, yet … Continue reading /dəsˈleksēə/
The weekend was great. I was outside the whole time. Saturday was the best though. It was so warm and it felt like summer. I was able to wear shorts and short sleeves. Me and my family went outside and played games. We threw the frisbee. Then we all played botchy ball. It was me … Continue reading Second weekend of not going to school.
Today I was nervous because I did not know what to expect. I was looking forward to doing the online school because I like having things to do. Lately I have been going outside and building. I just finished a wooden clock that I have been trying to build for a while now. I was … Continue reading Day 1 of not going to school.
It was all I ever wanted. But I needed to be Careful or I could die. I put on my wet suit and my tank and my mask and checked everything once it was all on and I checked that everything was correct. I got on the side of the boat and slipped of backward. … Continue reading The Day I Had A Super Power