A lot to learn you still have, my not-so-young padawan
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Our English assignment was to make a funny poem. So this is my hand at poetry.
The ancestor of all earth cows None other than the cosmic cow; While the earth cow goes moooo The cosmic cow goes maaaa; While the earth cow gives milk The cosmic gives cottage cheese; While humans graze cattle The martians graze the cosmic cattle; The earth cow eats grass While the cosmic cows eats glass.
The previous two weeks were hectic to say the least. School reopened for all classes on 1st June, which meant that G's vacations were over. He took it reasonably well and seeing as he was shuffled this year and his best friend was in another section, he was slightly nervous. But he has gotten used to the school routine now. As for me, my Allen classes got started which means that I stay at the school for an extra two hours so I have a bigger workload now.
One good thing about this year is that there are not many examinations so the projects have reduced in number. This is the silver lining of the new system which is greatly appreciated by me. Also I do now have two sources of homework but it is manageable. I don't understand what is the thought process of a parent when demanding extra homework for their child. Especially when it affects all students. I mean who loves extra homework?
G is also now immersed in studies and homework. He is now in fifth grade which reminds me when…
Dussera holidays I am glad that now I don’t have to wake up at 6:45 every weekday of your life. And that you can just sit in one place doing something and just enjoy. The thing I am looking forward to is playing my favorite video game on my Nintendo DS (for those who don’t what a Nintendo DS is, it is a thing on which you play video games). The thing, which is the most boring aspect, is I have got tonnes of homework and I envy my friend in seventh standard, who has none. Even though I get a lot of homework. Vacations are always fun.
Now that I think about it, I have had some really great
times and some very beautiful, fresh memories of enjoying with my family.
Behind every happy man/woman (or a boy/girl), there is a family. All those
magical moments with my family have shaped me.
I distinctly remember when I was in fourth
standard. I was nine years old at that time. Then I had a been in ‘B’ section for four years. This year like the
years before, I signed up for the Olympiads for three subjects- IMO (International
Math Olympiad), NSO (National Science Olympiad) and NCO (National Cyber Olympiad).
In the last few years, I was steadily improving at Olympiads. To us students at
the time, the main incentive was missing the PT class to write the Olympiad.
Also a high school rank and prizes were not bad either. So my mother who had been
helping me study for the last few years again started, this time looking to go
a step further with me. I had already won some prizes entirely because of mom’s
effort to teach me. In tho…