Thursday, February 3, 2011

You reap what you sow

by Andrew Demetri Mayol

Every time i get into a bad situation i always seek advice from my parents. They always have answers to all my questions and problems. My mom sometimes get mad at me or same with my dad always reprimanding my brother, Amun. What would really upset them is when we do mischief's or when our grade is low. They never fail to award us when we do good. The saying "what you give is what you get" is indeed true.

Monday, January 31, 2011

School Life

by Loraine M. Pancho

In school we meet our teachers every morning. They are the ones who teach us good qualities. We also come across schoolmates and classmates that we must respect and love. Do not ever tease, that is the rule that we follow. We also have other personnel's that we see along the way. During class hours, we always listen to our teachers and behave. No talking while teacher is discussing. That is why my school life is peaceful and quiet.


Sunday, January 30, 2011

Trip around the world

by: Loraine M. Pancho

Once upon a time, there was a girl who really liked to go around the world but she was still 13 years old. Her name is Samantha. Samantha asked her parents if she can travel around the world but they said only when she reach 18. Five years later arrived her 18th birthday. She was so excited to visit other places and discover new things. She kissed her parents goodbye and started her journey. Her first stop was the Philippines. She met a guy and soon they knew each other and became a couple. Samantha asked her mom and dad if she can stay in the country for five years. Her folks agreed but she came back right away. She was very happy.

The end!

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Great Minds

"A child can ask questions that a wise man cannot answer."

Being a mother of five kids for me is the most wonderful, terrifying, fulfilling, excruciating thing that life has to offer. Even how tired i can be from work and how noisy my youngsters are while i am sleeping, life would be dull and empty without them. It always amazes me how my child can make me happy even with the simplest trick he or she can do. 

They say that we call a child's mind "small" simply by habit but in reality it is larger than ours is, for it can take in almost anything without effort. In their eyes, the hope and dream begins, to follow a kid in motion, you will learn a lot of things. They are the ideals of today with perplex musing minds.

This blog is for them, so we may learn things that can only be seen inside a young ones heart and mind.