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Sunday, October 25, 2009

William's Haiku

Xbox is like joy,
I like to play all night long,
My friends come over.

I was surprised to see him change topics!

Batman’s vehicle
Not an ordinary car
The swift Batmobile.

Here is an excerpt from his speech he presented to our family and than read to his teacher over the phone.

Let me tell you a story. For as long as I can remember I’ve always wanted a dog, since I was about five or six maybe. I would always ask my mom for a dog. She always said no and she said “If a dog comes in this house I’ll move out.”

I thought this was strange. My mom grew up around dogs in her family all the time. So did my dad. They both had dogs throughout their child hood. I just didn’t understand why my parents wouldn’t let me get a dog. It didn’t make sense. Now just about two months ago my brother asks for a dog. I was hoping my mom was going to say no to my brother. Luckily enough for my brother he got my mom to say yes. I was extremely mad. Not only because my brother is getting a dog. But because I’ve wanted a dog almost half my life and the first time he ever asks for a dog he got a yes from my mom.

1 comment:

Becky R said...

yikes, does he realize it is the family dog? ahh sibling rivalry

good essay though

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