Friday, November 30, 2012


Dear Viewers,
     Have you ever heard that saying, when one door closes, another opens? I have, and I thought it was cheesy, but, in a way, it's right. If Helen Keller hadn't been blind and deaf, she wouldn't have inspired that many people. If I hadn't stopped being friends with a girl that was mean, I could have turned mean, and I would never have made friends with the girl who helped me create this blog. I know it sounds cheesy, but it's a good idea for an essay, or something like that. Philosophize about a famous saying. If you do it right, you'll probably get an A+. ;)

Thursday, November 29, 2012


     How's this?  It's a rough draft;
      After years of martial arts training, and self defense classes, she was deadly.  She could flip a grown man over her head, and she had about 12 ways to kill someone with a hair band.  She could be a beneficial ally, but she could also be a dangerous foe.
     She was my mission.  I work for the F.B.I., and she had to be taken out, if you know what I mean.  Unfortunately, how I would take her out was my problem.  I had tailed drug dealers, robbers, and assassins, but she might be my hardest, and most dangerous mission yet.  Both psychically, and psychologically.
    Having no records whatsoever, it was almost impossible to trace her.  Eventually though, I cracked the system.  The especially hard part was, she was fourteen years old.  Same as me, so, I got sent to, yep, you guessed  Because, yes, she probably doesn't need to go, but fourteen year olds have to go to school.  It's the law.  Well, except if you're in the F.B.I.  But, even though I had an IQ higher than most adults, I was sent to school also.  So that's why I'm stuck here.  

Wednesday, November 28, 2012


Dear Viewers,
        At lunch today, I  was walking to throw my scraps away, when someone ran past me, bumping into me, and I spilled the sauce and everything else on my nice shirt. When I walked into drama, I remembered we were supposed to wear nice clothes for dress rehearsal, performed in front of the whole grade. Whoops!