In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Study Abroad.”
If I could study abroad, I would definitely choose Australia. It is such a cool place and it has Kangaroos. It would be a very nice place, and I could finally learn how to surf. In order to live there though I feel as if I am going to need a lot of money so hopefully I get money with this deal.
Another reason I would want to study there is because them Hemsworth brothers are from there and my favorite one lives there. Chris Hemsworth would be so cool to live by, and if you don’t know who this is he is Thor from the movie Thor and The Avengers.
Australia is just a beautiful place, and it is a place you don’t hear much about. Everyone always goes to Europe or Asia to study abroad. I want to go someplace fun.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Too Big To Fail.”
If I could become the president of the United States I would. I would make the world a better place by changing the laws and by making things better. I would outlaw abortion because that is killing a human being. I wouldn’t let immigrants just come into the U.S. because there are other people out there that actually come over here legally and have to take a hard test. You can’t reward someone for begin lazy and not doing something illegal. I would get the U.S. out of debt so that we don’t seem like a nation not on top. I would then make us on top.
The reason I haven’t done this yet is because I simply am too young. I am only a senior in high school so they would never let me in. Also it would take years for the U.S. to be out of debt. As for the other bills, the House and the Senate need to pass them too. People in this world don’t see things how others do. People of America tend to not look at other’s opinions, but only care for their own. They are stubborn, and that is why the U.S. is falling apart.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I’d Like to Thank My Cats.”
I’m receiving the awesome award because lets be real I am awesome. I am a kind person (when you don’t make me mad) who loves helping others. O deserve to be awarded because of the stupidity that I have to put up with at school.
For my award, I receive one million dollars a year. I also have an all-paid-for trip wherever I decide to go. This will be for one week, and I can do whatever I want. I can also bring two friends per trip and all of their things are paid for too.
This award is given out to only a select Five people. Who thinks they’re awesome like me, and deserves this award?
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Time Capsule.”
I would definitely put in our newer phones like the galaxy and the iphone. I bet that when they see it in the future they will think that they are old like we do the Jitterbug. I would put in some tablets too, but hopefully someone would donate these to me.
Another thing I would throw in there is the different apps we use. I would put in things like snap chat, facebook, twitter, instagram, pinterest, and all the social media we use. Another thing I would add was the different games games that people were into. Things like Candy crush, Trivia Crack, aa, Hill Runner, and many more. Things that we were addicted to might not even be there for them.
For the fads, I would send them a crop top and put do not wear. These make girls look easy and tacky. They are not for good professional use. I would send them vans because lets be real those are amazing shoes and super cute. Cardigans are also in right now so I would throw in one of them. Another thing I would throw in are yogas and leggings. I would stress in this that these are great, but people need to wear them right. There are some people who shouldn’t wear yogas that do, and then there are some people who wear them too tight so they are see through.
The next thing I would send them are the different models of our cars. In the future I bet they would have more high-tec vehicles. Then I would send them the laws of the road, and the rules to getting your license. I bet that would change too.
The U.S. issues is what I would hit next. Things like ISIS, gays, women’s right. I would explain the issues that are going on because in the future things like this would be way different. I would also throw in how much the U.S. owes in debt because hopefully that number goes down for our future generations.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Imitation/Flattery.”
I didn’t want to blog about today’s post so I’m doing one from awhile ago. It was about the use of punctuation. I never use a comma. Like I know where to put them, but I usually never do. See I just added one there. I like to write long sentences so me not adding commas makes them run-ons. I don’t know why I don’t use them more, but I just don’t.
When I was younger I had an obsession with an explanation mark. When I say obsessed, I mean like every other sentence I used one. I thought it was the coolest thing ever, and it made my writing better. I soon found out that it really didn’t make it better, and that it actually made it worse. I slowly had to stop using them so often and now I rarely use them at all.
I am also one of those people who avoids using a semi-colon. I always forget and doubt myself if I put it in the right place and so then I end the sentence and start a new one. If anyone could help me out with a trick on how to use these that would be great.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Just a Dream.”
After having a nightmare about my family being held hostage while I hid under a table (true dream), I chose the middle door. Behind it was a room filled with different weapons such as guns, knifes, and grenades. This would help me to defeat the murders in my home. In the the room filled with guns, there was another door. This led to a secret room in my house where I could see my family being held hostage. I slid on my belly like any sniper would do, and I took nice easy breathes. After shooting those people I quickly ran down to my family and untied them. The lights went off while an evil cry rang out. There was one more person left, the leader. We hid in another secret door so he couldn’t find us, but we could still hear his footsteps stomping through the house. That was when I bravely went out to find him, but this time I grabbed my hand gun. I snuck through the house like a ninja careful not to make noise. I found him at last and with one last shot he was dead. The middle door had turned out to be the right choice.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “In Loving Memory.”
Jennifer Marie Clare Ahlers was born on August 12, 2996 and died in a drive by shooting on August 12 2040. She was working at a local school in Chicago to help get it built up to a good condition for the children. During her life, Jenny went to Remsen St. Mary’s High School where she received a great education. She continued her education at Benedictine College where she got her degree in Secondary Education. She moved to Chicago where she helped the less fortunate schools to become better. She married Bradley Roling and had 5 kids Tim, Lucy, Kim, Lucas, and Zoey. Jenny lived a beautiful life and will never be forgotten.