Books to Read (If you're bored):
Note: The book titles are underlined.
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt
Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen
Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand
Microbe Killers by Paul de Kruif
Emma by Jane Austen
More to come...
Movies to Watch (If you're bored):
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Sound of Music
Life is Beautiful
Saving Private Ryan
Doctor Zhivago (I forget the spelling)
The Last Concert
More to come...
Movies to watch where at the end of the movie, you will be left thinking and somewhat confused:
Reason for my horrible eyesight:
Actually alot of factors played a role in my bad eyesight. First of all, one of the factors is the hereditary thing. My
mother and father both were born with average eyesights. In addition, when I was still young living in Oklahoma, I received
a Nintendo for a present. I played the Duck Hunt and the original Mario game almost everyday. Only if I hadn't sat too close
to the television would I have had a near 20/20 vision. To make matters worse, I had a strange habit of reading in the dark
when I was attending elementary. There are probably more factors that had contributed, but I don't seem to remember.
This isn't really a reason, but I just wanted to share with the people out there about gifts that i wasted. I started the
piano when I was about 4 and played all the way to about 5th grade. But, (stupid me) I decided that it was a waste of my time
and I quit. [oh boy,do i regret that] I started the piano again last year and I think it's the most wonderful thing in the
world, besides my beloved clarinet. Also when I was around 5, I started the violin, my mother told me that the teacher told
me that I was a promising student. [whoa that sounded strange] However, one of my preschool friends accidentally pushed me
off a steep slide. I severely broke my arm and I fell behind in the class. As a result, I was forced to quit.
When I was very young, all my relatives and close friends had told my parents that I was very, very bright. My flaw was
that I loved to watch movies and eat popcorn. [I always needed popcorn when watching a movie] So eager was I to start the
movie, that I always stared into the microwave oven. Back then, the microwave ovens didn't have the type of sheilding that
they do today, sadly. As a result, I think I became a little bit, how should i phrase this? stupid? This is all a hypothesis
that I would have been a lot more intelligent than I am today.