I am a hero. I saved a life. Every year I'm reminded of this on my birthday when the LSA (Leukemia Society of America) sends me a thank you card. I'm quite literally a "one in a million" phenomenon. Read more »
You don't have to lie
I know it was you
You stepped in the dog food
and also his poo
You went in the bathroom
to clean off your shoe
but chose my new bathtowel
to wipe off the goo
I don't mean to grumble
or be a real pest
but when you have problems
it's best to confess
It's good to admit things
get them off of your chest
Being honest and upfront
is always the best.
Now having said that
you might think I'm through Read more »
Instead of TV, I'd watch the sunset.
Instead of videos, I'd giggle at the antics of my puppy.
Instead of computers, I'd read and write the old fashioned way - books, paper and ink.
Instead of smart phones, I'd invite people over and talk to them in person.
Being screen free would actually free me to experience reality more fully!
VPR-YWP Vermont Reads Writing Challenge
Write about Middle School for a VPR commentary!
Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio want your best writing for commentaries on the topic of middle school!
This challenge is for all middle school students to write about their experiences in middle school and/or about issues and topics presented in the book, "Wonder," this year's choice for Vermont Reads. Read more »