People can go through great lengths for ‘true love’. ⭐ Neil Gaiman’s Stardust People can go through great lengths for “true love“. What may be breath of air, or rather Stardust, as he weaves this enchanting fantasy about a young man named Tristan who decides to retrieve a fallen star for his beloved. Prematurely it seems everything…Continue readingStardust – Book Review
This was a fun little skit I did with a few kids from my AP Spanish Language class. 🐷️ So this was a fun little skit I did with a few kids from my AP Spanish Language class. It was really memorable for me so I figured I’d post it up here along with the…Continue readingAP Spanish Language Skit
Talks about social networking in the classroom. 🎒 The first time I applied to the VA Governor School for Math, Science, and Technology in 2010, I used an essay on “How Texting Has An Impact on Relationships 📵️”. I was rejected. How Texting Has An Impact on Relationships 📵️ This first essay talks about the…Continue readingTo Become A Social Media Guru Or Not?
Talks about the mainly negative impact of texting on relationships. 📵️ This first essay talks about the mainly negative impact of texting on relationships. This essay was finished December 13, 2010. I wrote this for an application to the VA Governor’s School for MST (Math, Science, and Technology) for the following summer but alas I…Continue readingHow Texting Has An Impact On Relationships
The Martian Chronicles, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Stranger in a Strange Land…an average geek’s favorite reading list can be literally incalculable. 👾 Geek Paradise The Martian Chronicles, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Stranger in a Strange Land…an average geek’s favorite reading list can be literally incalculable. Orson Scott Card proves he can…Continue readingEnder’s Game – Book Review
A little poetry never hurt anyone. 🐛 This is a poem wrote back in the day. Come, come insects and birds! Devour and bite, no longer hide. For this day can no longer get any worse With Waldo nowhere in sight Piano playing Impossible. You’re outside. Hiding behind a masquerade, are you? The books tilt,…Continue readingDesiring The Casual
I was assigned to write a sort of creative essay from the POV of Christopher (the protagonist who is a 15 year old boy in the novel with an autistic spectrum condition — I’m guessing Aspergers?) for my English class. 👣️ Context So once again, here’s a nice little essay I have for you. This…Continue readingIn Christopher’s Footsteps
Random poems from 2008. ✒️ Trampoline I scream in delight I slip off my shoes For now I have just realized that the fun has arrived the fun has begun jumping all on one piece almost feeling like I couldn’t breathe blood rushing through me a second, a beat I feel the air on my…Continue readingMiddle School Poems