Dear Classmates, My reading has come along way since the beginning of the year. I feel I have dramatically improved my reading and writing abilities, due to reading. Even though I did not reach the forty book challenge, I still reached my goal in reading at least 15 books. In fact, I just broke 15 … Continue reading Ryan’s Letter Essay #9: Stock Investing
I chose the song Paradise by Coldplay. It is about a girl who starts out life with great expectations of the world. Unfortunately, she is unable to fulfill those expectations, so decides to dream instead. She grows up, always thinking about how great Paradise would be. Finally at the end of the song, she realizes and acknowledges … Continue reading Story Telling: “Paradise”
Simile (1.00): “My heart’s a stereo, it beats for you, so listen close, hear my thoughts in every note. Make me your radio, and turn me up when you feel low, this melody was meant for you, just sing along to my stereo.” Explanation: In this song, Adam Levine is talking to a girl he … Continue reading Music Appreciation: Imagery: Stereo Hearts
Cooper and I were thrown from the watercraft. I gasped for air as I surfaced, due to the fact that I was unexpectedly tossed into the water. When I was able to clear the water from my ears, I realized I was being thrown around in a tornado of waves. I pulled my wrist from … Continue reading Me and Crazy Coop
I have just finished reading, Battle of the Ampere, the third book in the series of Michael Vey. It is 309 pages in total, and would be categorized as fantasy fiction, with lots of action. Written by, Richard Paul Evans, New York Times best selling author, this book has gotten into the minds of millions … Continue reading Ryan’s Letter Essay #3: “Battle of the Ampere”
I’m from the frigid hockey rink, where the ice sets in the winter. The benches packed with fans screaming, “LET’S GO RYAN!”. Those close games that would not be predicted until the last minute, always the most exciting. I’m from the beach house, and the smell of ocean breeze to wake you up. Finding crabs … Continue reading Ryan, Where Are You From?