Speak Up

“Your voice needs to be heard; you have something to say,” said my 7th grade teacher.

“Speak up! I can’t hear you,” shouted my basketball coach.

Silently, I thought:

What’s that supposed to mean?

Does it mean I need to be louder?

Does it mean that I can’t be myself?

They think it’s because I’m Asian!

Why can’t I be quiet, unnoticed, and get good grades?

I don’t feel the need to share my ideas. Is that wrong to think? Speaking up and being heard isn’t something I normally do, but maybe I should give it a try? Just maybe?

Graphs of my Life

Music That Moves Me

The song Hall of Fame by will.i.am moves me because it’s a song about how anybody can make something possible. It is so positive and it makes me feel happy and inspired.

Snapshot of a Moment — 9:00 pm on a Friday 8/26/16

I went a Prospect football game.

My Video — My mornings

My dog waking me up in the morning.

Famous people I admire

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harriet_Tubman

I admire Harriet Tubman because she risked her life to help slaves escape slavery. She inspires me to speak up and be brave in tough situations.

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/malala-inspires-one-person-can-change-the-world

I admire Malala because she stood up for what she believed in, even though it was frowned upon. She makes me believe that one voice can really change the world.

http://history1900s.about.com/od/annefrank/p/AnneFrank.htm

I admire Anne Frank because she never let go of her hope even when everything was falling apart. She was strong willed and hopeful.

A Quote to Live By

“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”

— Walt Disney