I am entering High School along with my fellow classmates and I’d like to express my feelings on this scenario. Honestly I am quite excited with the idea of getting closer to finding what I want to do with my life and just the ride that High School takes you on. For High School is a big step in education and life. And I’m really excited for some of the new classes we’re getting like, woodwork, science, metal shop, drama, and there’s even an art class! And I really am looking forward to gaining new friends in this stage of my life. But it’s not like I’m not worried either. Our school is quite small so you don’t really have to be worried about not knowing anyone or being toppled by a billion other students, in a way I am excited about High School being a bigger school but at the same time I’m a bit wary about it. Because in this school you pretty much know everyone, and that’s one of the reasons I like this school so much actually, and that’s one of the main changes that I know is going to happen. But in that case I do believe there is good in a big school and I’d like to experience it. Now moving on from the worries I do understand that in High School you have to stay on top of your work or you’ll fall behind, a bit of that knowledge came from my parents both being teachers, so I do know it will be stressful but I will strive to do my best. So in a way I’m both excited and worried, as most people seem to be, so I know I’m not alone in this feeling. These feelings clash sometimes but I will still always be excited for High School and I do hope for the best, to my classmates and myself.
You know that moment when your mind goes blank in creativity and inspiration. That happens to me too. We loose creativity as we grow older it seems. We need to hold on to that piece of mind and live a creative life. As really wanted to be older when I was young, because I thought I could be more creative and excellent. but once you are older you realize that it will break your creativity in half. This doesn't happen to everyone, but with the responsibility growing on your shoulders it becomes stressful and the creative mind set seems to go away. Having responsibility isn't a bad thing though, and it is quite wonderful in a whole. We just need to hold onto that creativity as we grow older if we want to keep it sustained. This is a world of opportunities and the world has changed so much in a whole and we have changed with it. So we have to grab these opportunities and hold on to that creative piece of mind, no matter what happens.
I just got into playing minecraft with my friend! We Skype while playing and that makes it extra fun!
On Christmas Eve we went to my aunts apartment. It’s become a tradition now. My grandparents where there and we opened crackers. My grandma got a mini fixing kit. For example; mini screwdrivers and hammers. And I got a colourful, square keychain.
Now when I had opened my stocking the first two things I took out where socks and underwear. I got other things too though.
This Christmas I got a phone, but it was wrapped in something special. Now when I opened my Christmas present, from Santa, I saw a pack of toilet paper. I laughed when that happened, but didn’t realize that there was a phone inside. My dad had to point it out for me. Sadly, I was forced to share the toilet paper.
I got other things too though. Now you can imagine a Christmas like that, and when you do you might laugh.
For Christmas dinner a bunch of family came over. A few people weren’t there but I was thankful for the people with me.
We were planning to go to our grandparents house but the day before we went our van broke down and the other few days were spent buying a new one. So we didn't get to go.
To me, the holiday season means I get to sleep in. So that works for me! Excluding sleeping, I find the holiday season a time to get together with family and relax. I celebrate Christmas, and its my favourite time of the year, due to the fun I have during the holidays. The Christmas season is a time of giving being joyful. [Also, for me, sleeping in.]
I just love watching Christmas shows such like; Elf. I usually decorate my tree a few days after remembrance day. Quite early, but it works.
I find the Winter holidays a happy time for giving and being joyful in the face of a Christmas tree.
I wish you all a wonderful Winter Holiday! And I hope you all have a joyful holiday!
Yesterday a child named Gage died, due to cancer. He has been fighting it for a long time now. And it has come, and then it's gone again. But this time it got him. He just got into grade 4 this year, and was a strong and happy child. I think, he died way to soon. Especially due to how strong he stayed. Please take some time to remember this brave child. This is only a request, but it would be nice for anyone to do. Thank you.
Remembrance Day is a special occasion on the 11th month on the 11th day and on the 11th hour, to remember the solider's that were in the war to bring peace. Many died, and many had losses, so we remember them in loving memory to keep them alive in our hearts and to give thanks to the ones who were in the war. On Remembrance Day, many people will go to cemetery's, and lay down a poppy. I think this is one of the most important holidays in the year. Remembrance Day is on the 11th month on the 11th day and on the 11th hour because, the hostilities in World War 1 formally ended at that time. Also World War 1 officially ended with the signing of the "Treaty of Versailles" on the 28th of June 1919.