First Story: "The Tea Party" In Pensacola Florida, where I and my family used to live, my mom had a daycare in our house. Now I didn't mind because I got to play all day with a dozen kids around my age, and I'm positive my younger brother enjoyed it just as much, but my … Continue reading Three Stories in My Life that I would have to Include in My Autobiography
Harry Brown is an author of a book called "The Secret to Selling Anything". In this book he presents a different way of selling merchandise, which most salesmen do not follow. Normally, people will tell you to be enthusiastic, persuade people to buy what they don't want or really need, have an extroverted personality, and … Continue reading How Does Harry Brown’s Approach to Selling Rely on the Principle of Service?
It all began on a Monday morning when the science teacher in his white lab coat announced the project of the week. All in one breath- it came- the horrible unwanted news. "Students, your weekly assignment is to take apart an object, study how it works, go over the martial used for it, see how … Continue reading An Interesting Project
About Two weeks ago my family and I took a LONG road trip, which was from Texas to California! Here are some pics we took along the way: First Stop Arizona! (Actually, second because we stopped in New Mexico first but I don't have any pics from there, so anyway) Second Stop California! … Continue reading Road Trip!
Question of the day is what is the World Wide Web? It stands for "www" at the beginning of most web addresses. There ya have it that's what is in simple terms. If you want a more complex explanation, then look it up! That's what the web is for but for my school here it … Continue reading What is the World Wide Web?
A few years back on a fatal and disastrous day, September 11, 2001, the worst terrorist attack in American took place. About 17 terrorist had hijacked four passenger planes and directed them to a destination unknown to the passengers until they were nearing the buildings and their planes crashed. After the planes crashed you could … Continue reading September 11, 2001
For several years the U.S.S.R has had a long and bloody reign, and communism was spread throughout all of Russia, including neighboring countries. Finally, after about 50 years of struggles and depression, the Soviet Union collapsed and a new government was formed. Thousands of people now had more liberties and an easier life. The U.S.S.R … Continue reading The Fall of the U.S.S.R
Rules: Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you Share 11 facts about yourself Answer the 11 questions the blogger(s) gave you Nominate 11 bloggers that deserve the reward Create 11 original questions for the nominees to answer Let them know they’ve been nominated First: Thank you Esther for nominating me! Eleven Facts about Me: I like my eggs … Continue reading Liebster Award
RULES: Thank the person who nominated you by sending them your favorite cat emoji Answer their questions Tell us 3 facts about yourself, 1 fact about your favorite breed of dog, and 1 fact about fruit Come up with 5 questions for the next person Nominate 3-9456 people First: Thank you Andromeda for nominating me! Questions Asked: … Continue reading Andromeda Award
A computer is an electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program. With this device we are able to use it for our schooling, military purposes, businesses, storing information, playing games, talking with friends from across the globe, and so much more. … Continue reading Summary of the History of Computers