Friday, December 17, 2010

Reflective Blog Entry

When I first started out in the DLC... I was not at all self disciplined, I did not have a great sense of time management, And I joked around to much. I feel that in the 2nd quarter I improved a good amount. I think improvement is still on its way but i think i can accomplish it.

As for my proudest moment..I think it was just a yesterday when we were taking the Sam's test. As i came into the room not feeling good about my 89% i realized that the average person kept getting 74% or 79%.. I think that was a great moment for me. It felt nice doing good.. I enjoyed that feeling greatly.

The most challenging thing was most likely the debate. I felt I could not communicate with my group. Due to this lack of communication we were the only lincoln group that lost. I HATED this moment. It was the worst...

My favorite thing about the DLC is the people. Just the people in particular. Nice, kind people. Closed, hardworking people. Funny, cool people. I like the compatibility. Yet we are all different. We are the same and yet we are different. That is what I love...
All I hope for in the 3rd quarter is a good time..

Now that I have said what I need to on the prompt I want to say a little bit of stuff about me. When I was 12 I came to Sunrise Middle School. I only knew 3 people. Danielle, Brandt, And Devon G. All 3 of us were going to Shea according to district. Yet we didn't want to go there. Bad things happened there. So, Looking for a better way we came to sunrise. At Mercury Mine (school we went to) we really didn't know each other. Sunrise made us come together. Now Dani's best friend appears to be Kira, Devon... He has the coolest attitude ever. He doesn't care what people think, he does everything in a DEVON style, And is himself. That is what I appreciate in him. Dani has a quite attitude in school but wont shut up after :) And Brandt. Brandt is Brandt. All these things changed me. My emotions pushed to its limits for the first of times. But i realized.. Its time in darkness when you truly see the light