Thursday, June 21, 2007
School Days, Golden Rule Days
Booking Through Thursday
Since school is out for the summer (in most places, at least), here’s a school-themed question for the week:
1. Do you have any old school books? Did you keep yours from college? Old textbooks from garage sales? Old workbooks from classes gone by?
2. How about your old notes, exams, papers? Do you save them? Or have they long since gone to the great Locker-in-the-sky?
- I don't think I kept any of my school books. The moments school is over I return it to the teachers, like all teachers requested us to do. But if I ever did kept one, I don't see them. I may have thrown it away long ago. But if you were to ask me if any of my sibling kept their books, the answers is yes. Two out of 5 of us attend college and some of the books are college books. They kept them in a box and then hide it in closet.
I do however, kept some of my school works. Like the poem that I wrote for my assigned classes. We had to make up a poem on our own. If I ever find it, I will share it with you. For whatever reason, I think I like the poems so much that I want to keep it, to remember it by. And probably another reason I kept it, is that I made an A on it *grin*. I also kept this study note papers of Shakespeare stories that I had to study for test. They were Julius Caesar and Romeo and Juliet, two of my favorite classic stories of William Shakespeare. When saw the movie of Juliet Caesar I was fascinated by it *LOL* But I love Romeo and Juliet. I didn't get to study or see all the other of Shakespeare stories. But I know some were other people favorites. And I didn't even buy those yellow booklet notes that are require to buy for the test. I never had to save my exams papers, since I know they're not always good grade *grin*....but other stuff I do keep is some booklets, papers, trinkets that associated with school for me to keep them inside my Senior Years book (sorta like Years Book, but it has plastic pocket inside to add memorabilia stuff inside.
How about you - save anything?
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