Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Key to Long Life

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Eno's Group-Sing Song List:

Can't Help Falling In Love
Love Me Tender
Keep On the Sunny Side
Sixteen Tons
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Dream
If I Had a Hammer
Love Hurts
I'll Fly Away
Down By the Riverside
Chapel of Love
Wild Mountain Thyme
Que Sera, Sera
Cotton Fields

Spelling Words for Wednesday Nov 25th

persecution
Pilgrims
cornucopia
starve
feast
invite
Native Americans
upheaval
colonization
diverse
indigenous
acorns
dessert
vegetable
beverages
stuffing
pumpkin pie
cranberry sauce
turkey
carbohydrate
immigrants
England
fulfilment
grateful
shamanism

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Spelling Words for Friday, November 21 Quiz

location

association

vehicle

volunteer

bulletin board

suggestions

hangouts

Notices

Flyers

marathon

bingo

contesting

meditation

session

exercise

expressions

appointment

certain

senior

superior court

league

borrow

conversation

event

guide

Monday, November 10, 2008

Spelling Words from The Tell-Tale Heart

nervous

resemble

cautious

courage

chuckle

groan

pity

envelop

patiently

terror

lantern

refrained

anxiety

shriek

cunning

conceal

audacity

enthusiasm

triumph

corpse

paced

chatted

suspected

hypocritical

hideous

Saturday, November 08, 2008

My High School Graduation



Hi teacher and classmates..! I’m going to narrate one of the most recent events in my life: my graduation from high school. It was so exciting and fun, but it was sad too, because it was the last day that my classmates and I were together.
It was on June 5, 2008. My classmates and I had been stressed for many weeks, and also months before. Prior of the ceremony, all of us had to make many preparations, such as making a budget of all the things we would need: choosing two salons, one for the graduation ceremony, and the other one for the graduation night party, soliciting a group of musicians, deciding the food we would serve, and many other things!
At the beginning of the graduation ceremony, all of us were wearing our gowns, and we got the certificates and diplomas. After that, our godparents spoke some words and played a presentation of pictures of our graduating class. My classmates and I were crying!
When the ceremony finished, we went home to dress up in our party clothes. We looked elegant. At night, we started the party and had a lot of fun. We were dancing and taking pictures all the night. At the end of the party, all of us went to the “after”. I mean, we continued our party in another place! Finally, I went back home at five o’clock in the morning. I remember it as if it had happened yesterday.


Friday, November 07, 2008

Thursday, November 06, 2008

The Love of Ganesha


Hi, every one

I would like to talk about my new job in S.F. I was looking for a job for a while, which not in a restaurant any more. Three weeks ago my friend told me to go to talk with the lady who owns a shop in S.F. The shop is named “The love of Ganesha”. I’m a sales clerk now. I sell jewelry, clothes, Crystals, incense, scares, bags, statues of Buddha, statues of Hindu God, pillows, yoga pants. The Most of things came from Indian, Thailand and Southeast Asian. I love this job because first, the location in height-Ashbury neighborhood. I have been live in S.F. for year, before live in Oakland. I used to go to height street to watched hippie people, see decoration in shops and house. Second, working in here I feel like working near Royal Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok such as the smells, sound, colorful clothes, meditation room and arts on the well. I love the whole energy of this store. Third, I meet a lot of different people every day. Some people are tourists and some people are neighbor. They always share of their story to me.

*Also the shop donate money to help poor kids in Thailand, which when you are shopping there

Happy Birthday!!!



Happy Birthday
Student and friend
It is an honor
To be be witched again

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

The Democratic Spirit

Every day I have to drive along Highway 80 four times. There is a pedestrian bridge in Berkeley that crosses over Highway 80. On the days before Election Day, when I went back home after school and went to Oakland again from home in the afternoon, I saw many people standing on that bridge. They showed off their banners to drivers who came and went along Highway 80. They stood almost side by side displaying their opposite views. But the people didn’t quarrel or fight with each other even though they disagreed. They were very peaceful. They waved their hands to the drivers. They only hoped that people would support their views. And some drivers honked their horns to respond to them.

This thing lets me know what the democratic spirit is. American people have mature democratic thinking and they can tolerate different opinions.

What's Up?

Gooooood morning! Actually, I don't have enough time to write on the blog, but after I have seen a picture of Prosperity I decided to write a few sentence. I just wanted to say to Prosperity that " You really look like a former famous American boxer ( MTS ), man ". That's all. Oh you all have a good day, and I'll see you someday.
Richard, don't forget this Thursday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll call You.

Monday, November 03, 2008

Prosperity

He is a student in room 101 morning class. He's name is Prosperity. He has a inquiring personality. Today teacher showed us some picture that took of halloween's day. Then Prosperity asked me how to put the picture on the blog. So I promised him and took his picture. I said: I will do it tonight.

Prosperity I will show you tomorrow!!

Spelling Words for Test on Thursday

community
locate
volunteer
employment
library
recycling
museum
concert
intonation
expression
warehouse
registration
reservation
interpret
public
share
connect
hospitality
assemble
union
friendly
development
communication
system
resource

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Hi,classmates!

The Weekend

I went to Sacramento with my husband last weekend. Mongolian traditional tournament/game /the Shagai became in Sacramento. My husband attended this tournament.
The game Shagai is Mongolian traditional game and the Shagai is Mongolian word. In English language sources,playing with shagai is called ankle bone shooting. They are played using the 15 small bone's pieces shot at with arrows. The arrow it makes by bone. The small bone's pieces put on the particular counter thas's called the target. In this game, pieces are flicked with the middle finger of one hand, along a wooden board/khashlaga-fence rail/ held on the other hand. The arrow put on the wooden board. The goal is to hit a target piece over a distance of about 10 m.
When who finish to hit 15 small bone's pieces, they will win.

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