I am almost finished with the book “Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on Love and Friendship,” put together by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Kimberly Kirberger. This is a 284 page memoir that is filled with inspiring stories. Hansen, Kirberger, and Canfield are all authors who have dedicated their lives to the personal … Continue reading Kristine’s Letter Essay 6 “Chicken Soup”
I had cried into my pillow for around a hour. I was so upset. But what bothered me the most was that my mom didn’t take my side or at least that’s what I thought. I mean she seemed concerned but not so much, not the way I wanted her to be. Whatever. But it’s … Continue reading Fixing What Has Been Broken
About a week ago I finished the book“Three Little Words,” a 336-paged memoir written by Ashley Rhodes-Courter, who is a public speaker, author, mother, and public speaker. She has two biological sons, one adopted son, and have foster 20 children. She has written two books that were about her life in the foster system. What … Continue reading Kristine’s Letter Essay 3
I’m from the morning where the cling of the pots and pans floats all the way up to my bed, where the beep, beep noise destroys the whole silence that surrounds me, where my eyes open and I yawn. Where I get up even though I know I’m unready to start the day. I’m … Continue reading Kristine, Where Are You From?
In the second trimester of the year, I have read around 10 books. Most of the books I read were realistic fiction and fantasy because I really like those books with the adventures and the crazy characters, who did things that you would never do. My favorite book of not only this trimester, but both … Continue reading Kristine’s Reading Trimester Reflection