6/3/16 I recently finished reading Big Papi. It’s my 38th book read this year, out of 40, and the book is a 288 page informational, sports, or biography. I have completed my personal goal to read 40 books, although I will complete this challenge Wednesday, June 8th. This means I will have also completed the … Continue reading Matt’s Letter Essay #9: Big Papi
This following song is Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses, which is a classic rock song but also tells a story through the lyrics: “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses Lyrics: She’s got a smile it seems to me Reminds me of childhood memories. Where everything Was as fresh as the … Continue reading Music Appreciation: Storytelling: Sweet Child O’ Mine, by Guns N’ Roses
The song is Wing$, and the artists of the song are Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Macklemore is a current hip- hop artist, and Ryan Lewis is the one who plays the piano. The song has a lot of imagery in it, specifically hyperbole and allusions, and I will refer to two different points in the … Continue reading Music Appreciation: Imagery: Wing$, by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
Here I was in the ocean. Clear, bright blue water surrounded an almost 20 year old boat. The boat was white with pale yellow around the exterior, and the interior was also white. The boat was medium sized, not at all like a yacht. This boat was indeed old, just a few years less than … Continue reading A Fish Tale
I’m from Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, which are my favorite team. The Red Sox won for the 3rd consecutive time out of 4 years as my dad and I watched an emphatic 9-2 win over the White Sox. My other experiences at Fenway watching the Red Sox include a 2-1 win … Continue reading Matt, Where Are You From?