Chronic pain and depression live with me not the other way around!
"God uses pain and tribulation to make things right in our lives" courtesy of The African American Devotional Bible King James Version
You'll find no whining and complaining here! Love your life - it's a gift! **Tag Free Blog**
The History Channel and The History Channel en espanol are having a national Hispanic Heritage Photo High School contest. All high school students are invited to enter this contest. The prize is $2000 in scholarship money.
Are you currently studying Spanish language, history and photography ? You'll find this project appealing.
Friday, October 21 2005, is National Mammography Day, first proclaimed by President Clinton in 1993. On this day, or throughout the month, we encourage women to make a mammography appointment. Mammography screening is the single most effective method of early detection. To find a breast imaging facility, contact the National Cancer Institute at 1-800-4-CANCER.
Throughout the year, low-cost or free mammography screening is available to women who are over 40 and underinsured or uninsured. For more information, contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at 1-888-842-6355 or visit their Web site .
I decided to buy a lottery scratch ticket, this morning. I then give them to Marcus to scratch. He came into the room telling me that I had won $20! How cool.
After picking him up from his Reading Comprehesion test I decided that we would have lunch out. For a change of pace we went to Boston Market. I haven't been there in 6 years. We were surprised to find that they had a lunch menu and sandwiches. I decided to have the Sirloin and Cheddar Sandwich. It was so good. I love the texture of the roll, fresh lettuce, firm tomato slices, red onion and dressing. The sirloin wasn't overcooked. I really enjoyed it. Marcus on the other hand, had the Sirloin Dip. He didn't really like the dressing and the red onions. He did enjoy the macaroni and cheese.
My friends think it's really cool that I'm homeschooled. Yes, I do sleep till I wake up or get woken up. It's much later then my friends. Yes, I get to go on fun field trips, don't have the same daily routine, and get to watch TV, play video games or listen to my music during breaks. I was able to go to Six Flags with my youth church group and not worry about school. I do have a short school day, usually just 4-5 hours. This is when I get the "Oh, you're so lucky."
But, I also cannot get away with anything. My mom knows what and when my assignments are due. I have to do subjects that I don't like;English, Science and History. I like Algebra One and do that on my own. My parents do make me do homework at night and on the weekends. They even made me bring my books on our trip to Yuma.
Overall, it's pretty cool. Somedays there's not much schoolwork because I'm at Science Club or a field trip. I get to go to the Boys and Girls Club…
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This was this month's writing assignment. We had to do Narrative Writing.
A couple of weeks ago I went on board a ship called the Star of India. I found it really boring for me because this was an activity for 9 year old students. Since I'm 13 years old, going into a cow's stomach and watching grass digest would have been a thrill ride compared to this. My parents made me go for educational purposes. Which made things worse.
The best thing about this field trip was "working". What everyone did was break up into three separate groups, each group hauled a sail up by pulling a rope attached to the top of the sail, and then pulling it down using a machine called a capstan. Then each gropu lifted and pulled a 100 pound barrel with ropes attached onto a block of wood which was put into about 4 different places in that area, which you needed to put the barrel on. After that it was pretty much over. The captain showed everyone the crewmen ate, where passagers slep…