This past month or so, me and a group of my friends started a project we titled, “Fleece 4 Furry Friends.” And now, at the end of the month we…
- gained the approval of the NKLA[No-Kill Los Angeles] Pet Adoption Center
- made about 10 NKLA themed blankets
- contacted local businesses to see if they could sponsor us and house a donation box in their stores
- donated $50 worth of blankets
- raised a total of $62(the extra $12 will be put back into the project and used to make more blankets).
This is us with our blankets at the shelter!!
After about a third of a year blogging I’ve really gained a newfound sense of accomplishment as well as the ability to write blogposts about, well, just about anything. Anything meaning things that make me angry, or that are extremely rant worthy—which is basically what all my blogposts are about.
These past couple of weeks me and my fellow English classmates have engaged in “Brawls” that were based on the novel, “All Quiet on the Western Front.” We were pit against each other in a true test of skill, knowledge, and preparation. But despite all that, no one would ever have been prepared to face the dangers of the buzzer and the scoring of the judges.
As we’re all aware, California is experiencing an exceptional drought. So what exactly are our politicians doing to help prevent it? And what are we doing to help prevent it? Absolutely nothing worth talking about, because no matter what it is, it’s not helping the problem…just stalling it.
I remember a time when I was just a baby freshman in a high school world. The first things my parents did was make sure I was prepared cause ya’ know, better to prepare than to worry. It was just some basic stuff, new pencils, new pens, new backpacks, lined paper, and all that other stuff. But the way my grandparents prepared me for high school really did a number on my outlook on school. And all they did was….talk to me.