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Answers:Crazy - all my friends describe me as crazy! Athletic - I do a lot of sports! Happy - I'm always smiling! These 2 boys always mess around saying my friend and I smile to much! Random -I'm always blurting out random things Ditsy - Self explanitory. My mom once asked me what tax was because we were discussing something and she said I didn't know what it ment and I said a car...blonde moment! haha!
Answers:resilient, versatile, knowledgeable
Answers:The hardest part of writing this essay will be finding the quote that you feel describes you. You can go online and do a search for famous quotes. Brace yourself; the sites have thousands of quotes on everything from politics to Heaven knows what. Don't make up something. Your teacher might just look up the quote and if (s)he can't find it, you might be in trouble. Don't forget to copy down whomever it was who originated the quote. That will help your grade. Think of three ways the quote applies to you. Each of these ways will be the subject of one of your body paragraphs. Write an introduction that ends with your thesis statement, which in this case will be something like, "Gandhi's quote, 'you must be the change you want to see in the world," applies to me." Then write the three body paragraphs, or however many the teacher wants you to write, and a conclusion. I used the Gandhi quote just because I could remember it. Might I suggest "My life has no purpose, no direction, no aim, no meaning, and yet I'm happy. I can't figure it out. What am I doing right?" - Snoopy, from Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz I can not do everything, but I can do something. I must not fail to do the something that I can do. - Helen Keller Life beats down and crushes the soul, and art reminds you that you have one. Stella Adler
Answers:As a reader, simply broad. I'll read anything, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, romance, suspense, non-fiction, plays (all genres) I have books upon books of poetry and short stories, the list goes on and on. As a writer I wouldn't even know how to categorize my work really. Usually there's always an element of horror and to a lesser degree there's an element of love, sometimes I write gruesome gory scenes other times I play with the psychological, I've been dabbling in fantasy lately which is a lot of fun. But I mostly write about characters and always write the truth. (hahaha)