Monthly Archives: July 2010

Turning Point 2

“Where am I…?” I murmured. I felt dizzy. I didn’t know what happened and how I came to be here. The last thing I remembered for was holding his hand on the street, but now I was in someone’s house. … Continue reading

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Real Stories that Sound Like a Lie

In the sixteen years of life I lived, a lot of bizarre things happened. They may sound like a lie, but they are all true.      Like when I was living in America, one shocking thing happened. It was after … Continue reading

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Our Graduation

Prologue I’ve never given much thought to what becoming invisible would be like. Even if I had, I wouldn’t have imagined anything like this; so cold and miserable, waiting for someone who will understand me some day. When I was … Continue reading

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the pleasure of baseball

I am in the baseball club in Doshisha International school now. But I played Track and Field when I was in junior high school in japan for about one and a half years. To tell the truth, I worried about … Continue reading

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The Box

July 6th, 2010   In my room   Today we read a book about a mysterious box. Mrs. Johnson said that it was her favorite picture book, and she wanted us to read it too. The story starts out like this: One … Continue reading

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Friends

Dear Bridget and Maggie,               Thank you for your kind concerns. lol                                                         P.S. I Luv U guys!!                                                         Jenny

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THE HEAT

I was a child during the early years of 2000. I lived in a green valley in the northern part of Kyoto City with rice fields as far as the eye could see.  I can remember the deep green colors … Continue reading

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