I had just woken up and it was a beautiful day in Orlando, Florida. Me and my family got dressed and went to the car for a fun filled day in Universal studios. When we first got there we went to a specific breakfast area only allowed for Universal V.I.P tour members. I remember … Continue reading The Day I Was Free Memoir
It was a Friday. Everyone was rejoicing and rumbling when the day had finally ended. But I wasn’t. I was too excited to feel rejoice and rumble about. I was too focused on the day that lay ahead. Open Gym. Open Gym was a program that a place called Vasi’s, which is a place where … Continue reading The Backflip
Maya Conscientious, hard-working, outgoing, trustworthy Daughter of Ann and Don, sister of Jack and Chloe Lover of life, non-stop laughter, and all of the fun activities that come along with the changing of the seasons, each exciting in a different way Who feels thankful for the continuous love from her family, the perpetual support of … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Maya G.
Nicholas DiStefano Mr. Jockers 3/29/16 ILA Per. 6 Dear reader, Recently, I finished reading Divergent, an 487-page realistic fiction book by a loving American writer, who came up with her series in college, and ever since she can’t stop writing really good books. Divergent published in 2011 and people can’t stop reading it, … Continue reading Letter Essay #7 Divergent Nicholas DiStefano
I could remember slowly walking back from a big meal which made me heavier in the instant of a second. My friends and I were staring at the main water section in brownstone, and seeing all of the people was hypnotizing to us, until the 12 and under section caught our eyes. We were all … Continue reading Everlasting Brownstone Laugh
The aroma of sweet plants fill the air. I feel the smooth, soft sand surrounding my feet. The sounds of laughter fill the quiet. The giant lake lurks below. Down, down, down. A near perfect day at by far the funnest place on Earth. We are at brownstone in Portland, Connecticut. I march up … Continue reading Hanging for Life
“Arden, Addisen,” my mom calls. “Wake up!” I groan. It’s too early for a Sunday. Suddenly, everything clicks. Today’s the day we get to take a master class. See the Broadway show Newsies. Meet two of the cast members. It was going to be a very exciting day. I lazily slide out of bed, … Continue reading Under The Spotlight