Monday, March 26, 2012

The Antagonist of my Story

This is about the antagonist for my plot line. The antagonist in my story is the traffic which zoomed by as the frog was catching the fly. It was made of cars mostly and was preventing the frog from its prey. Some cars were yellow while others were blue, red or black. Most went fast but there was the occasional lazy driver. The people driving the cars were taking a shortcut to work or going to a friend’s house for a BBQ or in one person’s case taking a driver’s test. The slowest of cars was an elderly lady who clearly needed glasses, as she constantly swerved left and right on the straight road.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

The Frog

This is about the frog from one of my plot lines. The frog is green with brown spots, and can jump very high. It likes to read “Seventeen” and “Time” magazine. It says “ribbit” in a very low voice. His right eye is bigger than his left. It’s name is frog, and he is 17 years old. He graduated from Harvard Grad. at the top of his class. His mother died when he was young and he had been alone since. Last week he was fired from his job and that’s why he was stranded on the street having to eat flies.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Plot Lines

    These are five plot lines for stories. The frog jumped to try and catch the fly. The lion pounced on the wounded animal. The car hit the man walking on the sidewalk. The man died from the shock of the sudden plot twist. A second man came and saw one word of the plot twist, then went unconscious.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

The Alphabet

This is about the Alphabet. The first letter in the alphabet is A and the second is B. This is in our alphabet, in the Latin version the first two letters are Alpha and Beta which is why it’s called the AlphaBet. Also, the first four letters of the alphabet, A,B,C,D, don’t appear in any numbers until the number 100. In fact, “C” isn’t in any single number. Text that deliberately excludes one letter of the alphabet is called a lipogram. The best recorded English lipogram was a book in 1939 a book called Gadsby: Champion of Youth. It used more than 50,000 words, none of which contained the letter “E”. Finally, a sentence which contains all 26 letters of the alphabet is called a pangram, an example is "Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs."

Fake Leap Day Tradition

  This is a fake Leap Day tradition. For Leap Day you go home, and do whatever you want. I would stay at home and play on my computer and watch television, or I might play on my Xbox 360. You also don’t have to work the next day. That’s about all there is to the “holiday” if you call it that.

Unfinished Projects

This is about projects I have started but never finished. I hate thinking about things I have started but never finished, it makes me feel bad to know it’s still there and I haven’t done it. Whenever I think about one I try to shrug it off and forget about it, because I hate thinking about it. When I don’t finish a project it’s usually because I really didn’t like doing it, so I know that I’ll have to go and do more of it if I want to finish it. Or it could be harmless and I like it, but someone said something about me or it and whenever I think about completing the project, I remember what the person said and it makes me want to not do it.

My Extra-Curricular

This is about my extra-curricular. I don’t have an extra-curricular anymore because the basketball season ended, although it was very fun when I did. I played for Reliable Construction for the second year in a row, with the same coach as the last year. We were the best team in the league, only one team defeated us and they often cheated. They would literally slap our team in the face during games. Had they played fair we would have beaten them. I usually got at least one basket a game, a personal season record, and I had an incredible growth spurt so I was able to play incredible defense.