Loves to hear music - can't sing.
Tonight, my middle school kids had an awards ceremony. It was for technology.
I loves me some technology.
Would read all day if allowed.
My son received an Honorable mention type of award, and my daughter received two trophies. One for a group project, and one for best all around in technology.
I will survive. Maybe. Possibly. Hopefully.
I was proud of both of my kids.
She has the best friends ever.
When one of the teachers was presenting an award for the "Six Words" project, she took some time to explain it. (I've been at this school - with my kids, duh - for 15 years. My 4th kid is in middle school. I have a couple of teachers that I really like, and a number less than that who I admire - but this one teacher is my particular favorite for this middle school child - and ties with another in a different grade for my favorite ever. The instruction is top notch and the teacher really goes out of her way to be a tough, yet fair and firm, teacher who makes learning exceptional.)
Tries to avoid ending in prepositions
The "Six Words Project" is based on a work by Ernest Hemingway. In the 1920s, Ernest Hemingway’s colleagues bet him that he couldn’t write a complete story in just six words. They paid up. Hemingway is said to have considered it his best work. His story? " For sale: baby shoes, never used."
Loves to eat, hates to clean.
Which immediately, you know, got me to thinking. What would my six word story be?
Sings very loudly, sings very badly.
Lives to eat, exercises to live.
Watch what you do. They do.
Dances like a fool, dances often.
She drinks coffee. Way too often.
Seeking serenity, she instead finds laundry.
This is fun. I could do it forever - but I wonder - what would your six word story be?