Monday, September 15, 2014
Happy Dot Day everyone. Dot day ,to me, means everyone expressing their individuality. Everyone is unique in their own way and they express their creative feeling and passions on paper. Today is a day that you can draw anything you want. When you draw you need to know that you are a good artist no matter what. No matter what you draw or what you become be confident in your self and what you do. When you do something do it to your full ability because thats whats going to define you. Happy Dot Day!!!!!!;~}
Friday, September 12, 2014
The Kindergarten Miracle
“I’ll be back at 1:30,” said my mom as I wailed on and on. It was finally the very first day that I had to go to school. All I could think about was my mom leaving me solitary that day. I was so terrified of leaving my mom that morning. This first day of kindergarten wasn’t starting out to well.
That first day was rough. I was terrified to leave my mother’s side because, I was so attached and loved my mom. So much so that I didn’t want to be left alone at school. I remember thinking that I just didn’t want her to go and that I yearned for her to stay with me all day. Mrs. Johnston was trying to calm me down the best she could, but nothing was working. My mom finally just left and they pulled me away to start off the warm morning.
Everyone really tried to solve the problem. My mom even tried to douse perfume on my wrist. Luckily it worked but it didn’t solve the fact that I almost cried when I thought about her at school and how she wasn’t with me. We needed to try something else to get her off my mind. One day something took place that would change my life forever.
One day after my mom had picked me up from kindergarten my soon to be best friend, Taya, felt sorry for me that I was missing my mom during school. I even asked my mom how she knew. She said that Taya’s mom had called her and told her. The next day at the school I started to play with Taya at recess, sit at the same table, eat lunch together, and play things together at play time.
That one little thing has impacted my life and changed it forever. I learned a very important thing. I learned that if I put myself out there that I would gain more friends and not be afraid to try new things and leave my mom’s side. If I don’t pull away and do something different I’ll never be a unique individual. It was a Miracle that I found someone who understands me and accepts who I am. To this day Taya and I are still best friends forever. This is the day at school I’ll never forget as long as I live.