In order to stimulate students' interest in our reading center, I asked each teacher to write down a new year's resolution on a special form and send it to me. I posted these resolutions on the bulletin board of the reading center. A young teacher stopped to look at it for a few minutes, then suddenly left.
Two teachers passed by on her way in. I angrily said, "my resolution has not been published, my first resolution." I couldn't help overhearing her voice. Her voice let me fly to the back of my desk, a misplaced one The resolution quickly flipped through the document I opened, which said, "I'm determined not to let small things bother me.".
Recently, I read a book about a girl who saw her future after learning the language of aliens. Her future life has happiness and sadness, because she can foresee that she has learned to accept everything that happens in life. If I can see my future, I can't change the fact, but I will enjoy every minute of my life.
We went to see the elephant show. The elephant was painting. It was so beautiful, even more beautiful than me.
The elephant played football. They even danced and sang. The most exciting part was riding an elephant.
The elephant was so high. It walked so slowly and so heavy that I felt very scared. Because the elephant always gave the elephant a banana.
It was so interesting. I was afraid that it would bite my hand.