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He was as tall as I could see.
He then looked so feared,
He magically disappeared.
I am now scared for all eternity.
Finely fragranced flowers.
Freshly founded fun!
Bryan has just barely escaped from a downed plane. The pilot of the small plane had suffered from a severe heart attack which led to death. But, with extreme luck, Bryan was able to avoid rocks and trees, and managed to land in a lake. Bryan escaped the plane with multiple bruises and following a short nap, was chewed up by thousands of mosquitoes and flies.
If I was in Bryan’s horrible situation, the next step for me would to try and walk around and get my strength back. This would be my decision because after narrowly escaping death, I wouldn’t want to die from lack of food or shelter. If I could get my strength back, I would have the ability to search for these basic needs.
I love reading. Sometimes, I run out of new things to read, but then when I open a new book, I become absorbed in it once more. I have multiple favorites that I have read and reread again. Listed, are some books that passionate readers might enjoy.
- “Harry Potter”
I enjoy the “Harry Potter” series due to J.K Rowling’s’ ability to create suspense and make the stories seem so realistic.
- “The Chronicles Of Narnia”
“The Chronicles Of Narnia” involve adventure as well as trouble and the books are very enjoyable to read due to the style of writing.
- “The Lost Track Of Time”
In “The Lost Track Of Time”, time slips away from Penelope and she goes on an adventure that puts her to the test.
- “Turtle In Paradise”
This Newbery Honor Book, in my opinion, rightfully earned the award due to Jennifer Holm’s ability to entice the reader.
- “The War That Saved My Life”
“The War That Saved My Life” takes place in the midst of World War II and involves a young girl’s determination in the war.
The video, “7 Habits Of Highly Efficient People” by Stephen Covey, it shows how 7 habits that you can apply to daily life will help you become more efficient. Out of the 7 habits, the one that I could work is being proactive instead of reactive. Being reactive means that you worry about the things that you can’t control such as the weather. If you are proactive you think about the things you can control and ask yourself, “What can I do to be better?”. To do this, I would need to try and forget about the things that I can’t control and continually think about what I can control. For example, instead of pondering upon the past, I can think about the future. What habit do you think you need improving on? Tell me in the comments!