I think I am an exclamation point. I think this because I am loud. For example, on New Years, no matter how late we stay up, I am energized. I also can be loud in different ways. Like, what if I get scared? I would scream or yell super loud. Another example is if I am super happy or mad. If I am happy I could scream “YES!” or if I am mad I could scream something very bad. In my family, I can scream the loudest. I have a brother, that is how you know I scream LOUD. To me, an exclamation point is something or someone that is loud. Because of all my examples, and I think you would agree, I am an exclamation point.
Habits can be good. Habits can be bad. These habits are good ones. My three habits are playing softball, pull-ups, and calming my self down. Every day I do at least one daily habit. Some days I have softball and calming. Other days I have pull-ups and softball or pull-ups and calming.
To make sure you keep your daily habit going you have to do it every day. Think about what you are doing, make it fun, and do it right. My habit that I mostly enjoy is softball. I love softball.
My habit is important to me because I have been working on gaining muscular and mental strength. I think all my daily habits helps with that. My goals by the end of the year are be able to do at least 5 pull-ups, be able to hit the ball over the fence, and have a lot of mental strength.
Every day I do a daily habit. I practice and work hard. Sometimes I get hurt. On the picture above is the month January. Each day I fill in a different day with the color of what I did.
I made and illustrated this comic, based on a story called Three Wishes.
This story is about a man who goes to cut down a tree to get wood for the fire. He finds a beautiful tree. He starts to cut the tree when a fairy pops out and says, “ If you don’t cut down any other elderly tree I will grant you three wishes.” The man agrees and takes the wood home. He tells his wife.
”I am so hungry”, he says “I wish I had sausages.” Then a plate of sausages appears on the table. He walks over and then wishes for them to be on his wife’s nose, “Hey! Get this off my nose!” He laughs. They argue for pretty long. Then he ends up wishing for the sausages to be on the table where they were.
Moral: Nothing Good Ever Comes From Arguing
The man ends up wishing for what he already had.
The pictures you see above are drawn by hand. I hope you like it! Read the Three Wishes in my comic up above!
One of my favorite things are dogs. I love dogs. I like how they can cuddle, exercise, and do a lot more. My favorite breed of dog is a Lemon Beagle. They are a type of beagle just they have lighter fur and droopy skin. I love dogs!
Right now a very bad global pandemic is happening. People have to wear face coverings out in public and schools are online. Except for my school. My school has something called hybrid. Its where we go to school for a few days then we have online school for a few days.
Okay, well I am hybrid. But, last week school was fully online. Every day we had calls for each of our classes. It was stressful indeed, but I also liked it because when I finished my work I could go play and do other stuff.
As much as I like going online school, I prefer hybrid because Online when you have a question I would have to e-mail my teacher and I wouldn’t get my answer right away. So, the assignment would become due and I would have no clue what to do about it. For hybrid, I could ask a question and I would get the answer right then and there.
If you do not know what gratitude is it is something you are grateful for or it is a feeling of kindness. I am so grateful that I have a nice school and I have a big house and I have everything I need to live. For example, I have things I don’t even need, a dog.
I am reading a book called Also Known As Harper by Ann Hay Wood Leal. It is about a girl named Harper Lee, who is moving out of her house because her mom can’t pay the taxes so they are trying to get extra money by selling their stuff, working harder, and begging to get payed more. The people who are about to move into the house are bragging that they can afford the house and that Harper Lee’s house is all on the lawn. They end up moving to a motor home with Harper’s brother Hemingway (Hem).
I notices when things are odd. For example when there’s a bunch of chairs in a clump leaning against a table in a classroom. Another example is when half of a tree is full of leaves and the other half doesn’t have any leaves. I don’t usually see outdoor chairs in a classroom at school. I notice it because it is not normal.
Another thing I notice is sounds. For example, right outside my window I have a drain, so when it rains it is so loud. Or when something falls, it scares me because it is so loud, and my family barely hears it.
What do you notice. Do you notice any of the things I did? Comment in the chat.
I am reading The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman. This book is all about two kids named Rukku and Viji who ran away from the mother and their father. They ran away because their father was hurting them.
They run away into the city and meet these two boys named Arul and Muthu. They are both homeless. Viji and Rukku live with them by a bridge.
But, one day a trash man chases them and threatened to kill them. They run away to a grave yard and live there.
Things started to get very bad. Rukku and Muthu both got sick. They went to a church to pray and that is when they met these very nice people who offer a home for homeless kids. They don’t trust the people but still take their business card.
One day Rukku and Muthu got too sick. So Viji and Arul went to the house with the nice lady called Celina Aunty. Rukku and Muthu got rushed to the hospital to only find they both got a very bad disease called pneumonia and Rukku also had malaria.
A few days later Muthu got out of the hospital and Rukku died. This made Viji very sad that she was all alone except for Arul and Muthu.
Read the book The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman to find out what happens next.