A few days ago in class I participated in my first BRAWL ( Battle Royale All Will Learn). Advertisements
Hey, it’s Melanie! As I’ve said before, I have been reading The Count of Monte Cristo. So far, the book is really intriguing with all of it’s unsuspecting plot twists and dynamic characters. One of the main themes of the story is revenge. Yes, sweet, sweet revenge.*laughs manically while rubbing hands together* But is it really sweet? That’s what the The Count of Monte Cristo made my class and I question. Can you achieve happiness by inflicting hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands? Whether you agree or not, watch the clip from The Help! In the video, Hilly eats a delicious “chocolate” pie courtesy of Minny, for all of the respect she never received working for her. See, guys you don’t have to get even, just put on a smile and bake your enemy a chocolate pie made from love. Enjoy!
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Hello! I’ve been reading The Count of Monte Cristo and so far it is really interesting, but contains many plot twists, which leads you to questioning what’s true. In my class, a few days ago, we were given an assignment … Continue reading
Hello! I just came here to share a delicious recipe by Foodwishes inspired by the book I’m currently reading, The Count of Monte Cristo(Gasp! Who wouldv’e guessed?). I hope you try it out as I am going to! This would be great for brunch!
Oopth. Plop goes your lunch as you stare in disgust and curiosity, wondering what the heck is in that half- thawed meat monstrosity called school food. “Next!” the lunch lady calls a little too loud for your tiny ear … Continue reading
Hey, it’s Melanie! I’ve recently finished All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque and I must say I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was a very eye-opening look into a soldiers life in WWI. Now that I’ve finished … Continue reading
I was recently reading a WWI book called All Quiet on the Western Front and from it I gained a whole new perspective about war.