Friday, December 18, 2015


My Dad 
My dad has always influenced me to be a better person. He has overcome a lot in his life time. Dad grew up in poverty. His family could barely afford a house and food. He has changed that for himself in a really good way. My dad worries about others before himself, so he is like a doctor.
Dad stands about 6 feet, 4 inches. It is as if he towers over everybody. He always smells like that stuff you put on after you shave, and it is just a soothing smell. You could say he is a bigger person with super, thick, brown hair. You really can’t tell though because it is almost as if he is bald. Dad has a collage of brown and grew whiskers. He is always wearing a short sleeved shirt that has a pocket in the chest area where he keeps pens and pencils. Dad usually wears  jeans with holes in the knee and his Keen shoes. That makes up may dad’s appearance.
My dad, for the most part, is a positive person, or at least he tries to be. He loves my family and I more than anyone could ask and always tries to look at everything in a good way, even the bad things. He wants to provide for his family, and he succeeds. He is what I picture a man being. He is strong, thoughtful, and loving. I love my dad.
I look up to my dad a lot. He always tries to be there for me. He helps me with my homework when I have a lot. He is always there for advice or an answer when I need help. I have always looked up to my dad and this is why.

My dad has a big heart. This is one of the main reasons I like him so much. He is all anyone could want. He is loving and kind. I am the luckiest Shane for a dad.

Enrichment

Library

Stacks on Stacks on Stacks
So many words to many words
So much knowledge in just a few books
Just so overwhelming
Learning more and more
Every day I can
Stacks on stacks on Stacks
Being lost is all the knowledge
Being lost in all the words

Stacks on stacks on stack

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Enrichmet Poem

Looking down every hall
Hoping you wont start to ball
Hoping mom will see you
Praying someone wont swoop you up
So you don’t go in the billboard with the missing pup
Finding your mom 
Being so glad 
now do you no what is next
Trying to find your dad








By: Ephraim Bunner