How does this happen? I don't really know but I do think that sometimes you just can't help but feel like everything is going against you. I remember one time, a long time ago, I woke up late to go to school. So, I rushed out of bed, ran to school. Got caught running in the hallways. I was then sent to the office. Got a detention. Later on, I got yelled by the teacher as soon as I walked in the room for being late. Then later, I got in more trouble because I totally forgot to bring my homework or for that matter my backpack. I went to lunch and they were serving pizza that day. So, I thought my day is just about to get better. Wrong by the time I got to the lunch lady they were out of pizza. I was stuck with some weird combination of meat with a funky smelly sauce on top. I didn't eat it. So there I was hungry and having the worst day. Everything went wrong. But it did help me appreciate the good days that much more.
Have you experienced a bad day? Or maybe a great day, where everything just seemed to go your way.
Projects are sometimes fun. However, they can also be frustrating because you have to work with other people. I remember when I was in school, I use to prefer working by myself. When I got high school and college I really enjoyed working with others. Especially, because sometimes other people had really cool and creative ways of decorating or doing the project. I feel they can be messy or sometimes even long. But I do see the benefits. How do you feel about projects. What has been your favorite projects?
When I was young I liked math because it was easy. Adding, subtraction, multiplication and division. Later, when I was in middle school it got harder. In high school I really didn't understand it that much. However, after graduating from university I really love it. I also like social studies because it's amazing the things that have happened in real life. What is your favorite subject and what do you like about it?
When I was little I remember thinking that school was something that I needed to do to make my parents proud. In high school, I didn't do so well. I was to busy doing sports or hanging out with friends that I didn't see the value of school. However, I did graduate high school.
Later on in life, I found out that school is something that I did for myself. It brought me joy to learn new things. I liked knowing how things work whether in science, social studies, reading, math or writing. But it wasn't until college, that I started to love school.
How do you feel about school?
When I was in elementary I thought a friend was someone who borrowed you things. Then in middle school, I thought a friend was someone who had things in common with you. Now, I think a friend is someone who wants you to do your best. What do you think makes a good friend?