In English, we recently began reading All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque and it’s quite different from anything I’ve read before. It’s a historical fiction, which I tend to avoid because it involves the word “history” and that has me running for the hills. The book is focused on war and one of the most prominent ideas expressed so far is this comradeship between the soldiers. Usually, the love in a book is between two individuals who feel a connection in a romantic way, but this bond between soldiers seems so much stronger.
Does Valentine’s even constitute as a holiday? So many people are involved in this day, but how did this all start? If you’re really interested, I suggest you check out this article because I’d rather not get into it. <http://www.history.com/topics/valentines-day/history-of-valentines-day> In my opinion, Valentine’s Day is quite pointless. I guess you could Continue Reading
The most common sentence you’ll hear a teenager say to their parent about school is, “You don’t understand.” And it’s completely true. Adults don’t know everything. They may think they do, or act like they have all the knowledge in the world, but they don’t. I’m tired of them saying that they would rather go to school every day than work. Yes, school can be fun and enjoyable, but that’s only at the elementary level, where you spent hours painting and playing house, with occasional lessons on the ABCs. High school is another story.
“I believe the world is burning to the ground
Oh well I guess we’re gonna find out
Let’s see how far we’ve come
I feel like in order to keep someone engaged or interested in what you’re doing you have to constantly change things up. I’m not sure what it is.. Like does it put people on their toes or make them pay attention?
“They see me mowin’
My front lawn
I know they’re all thinking