Part 80- Check out….. The Benefits of being an Octopus!

Hello everyone, so in my opinion, I think my blog cam out fairly well yesterday. To be honest, I had written almost all of it a few weeks ago, before not being able to finish it, and I just added my newer thoughts and a finish to it. Still, it came out really nicely. I’m proud of myself. Sadly, I do not have another blog in store for you that will or would have been as good as the last one for you. Right now, I am mentally exhausted. ( I’m trying to say that my brain is tired from working too much.) I just finished my Kumon, and despite how much fun I had with learning the Remainder Theorem and solving so many problems and equations with it I am exhausted. It took out nearly all my energy for today, so I cannot write a lot today. My topic for today was on Legally vs. Ethically. The day I wrote my ICE foreign student blog, I had a discussion on it at dinner. We discussed on how things can be legally right and ethically right, legally right and ethically wrong, and legally wrong and ethically right. I wanted to share what I had learned and related back to the post on that. About the action President Trump did and whether it was one of those. ( The legally right or wrong ) I will instead, write about that tomorrow, and write about something else today.

So, Middle Schoolers and up have to do a summer reading project. I love reading, especially in summer because I have plenty of time to read, but I absolutely dislike summer reading projects. I don’t like to read for some project or assignment on it. I read to understand it. To experience different worlds and visit a different world of imagination and creativity. Of suspense and adventure and a fantasy version of real life. Even though I absolutely dislike these projects, I do do them because I don’t like getting in trouble. Me getting in trouble, especially with an adult other than my parents makes me feel humiliated and embarrassed inside. Even if it’s just a simple warning or a telling to stop, I will feel that inside me. I’m not really a bad kid in school, as I try really hard to do everything my teachers like me to do, but it does happen every once in a while. Off-topic. Anyway, as I was saying, I had a summer reading project this year. I chose the book, ” The benefits of being an Octopus” as my book. I wanted to just take a peek at it, you know, read a few pages. And….. well… I think you already know what happened. Those pages turned into chapters and so on. I was reading it digitally, so I didn’t knwo how much I had read. So, I checked it, and I 3 chapters away from finishing the book. In less than an hour and 30 minutes, I had finished a 25 chapter book. That’s how good it was. It was such a new reading genre and style for me as well. I don’t really read real-life experiences, but I did in this book, and I loved it. A simple 12-13-year-old girl becomes more aware of her family than before, only after joining a debate club. It changed her whole life, no matter how much she didn’t want to attend it. I’m in love with it. It was and is such a fabulous read. I think you should check it out. It is such a well-written book and, it has so much to teach you. About debate I mean. And octopuses or octopi- whichever you want to call them. Anyway, I hope everyone checks this supper awesome book out, and stays safe. BYE!!!!!!!!11

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