the neighbor’s dog

For the past week, the dog from across the street has been coming over to my house to play with my three dogs. I’ve seen this dog before, and I haven’t had an issue with him, because my dogs love him and are glad to have another friend to play with. But I go out and meet this dog, and even though I’ve seen him … Continue reading the neighbor’s dog

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Where Is Our Much Needed Gun Control?

Parkland, Florida. St. Johns, Michigan. Italy, Texas. Benton, Kentucky. These are only 5 of 18 school shootings this year, according to the New York Daily News. Parkland became one of the most major school shootings this year when Parkland, before yesterday, was named one of the friendliest and wealthiest schools in America. What happened? What went wrong? Why was the shooter in possession of an AR-15 … Continue reading Where Is Our Much Needed Gun Control?

Wonders of Wildlife Museum & Aquarium

Recently, I went to the Wonders of Wildlife museum and aquarium in Springfield, Missouri, my hometown. I really enjoyed the experience of seeing live animals from all over the world in the aquarium, including numerous clownfish, smaller sharks, and spider crabs, just to name a few. I also went to the wildlife museum part, which had taxidermied animals from places such as Africa or Antartica. … Continue reading Wonders of Wildlife Museum & Aquarium

My Trip to The Indianapolis Museum of Art

Two weeks ago, on October 27, I went to the Indianapolis Museum of Art. I’ve never been to a museum this huge, or a museum so diverse, so you can say it was quite the experience. I loved how they had statues from different cultures and religions, like Buddhism, and I enjoyed seeing some classic art pieces. I miss this place so much and if … Continue reading My Trip to The Indianapolis Museum of Art

National FFA Convention: My Experience

Today, October 25, 2017, was the kickoff for the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. I was given the privilege to be chosen to go along with twelve other chapter members, and I have been forever grateful. Luckily, I got to be able to photograph parts of the Opening Session, which was a kickoff event with about 60,000 FFA members from all over the United … Continue reading National FFA Convention: My Experience

Deeds Really Are More Powerful Than Words

As I recently started my freshman year of high school, I also joined FFA. As it stands for Future Farmers of America, we have a creed and in one part of it, there’s a part that talks about how doing deeds is better than speaking about them. In the world we live in today, this is very important. “I believe in the future of agriculture, with … Continue reading Deeds Really Are More Powerful Than Words

Enjoying Summer, Even Though It’s Super Hot

Hey guys. This summer has been a blast, even though I’ve been inside most of the time being anti-social. But that’s fun though, right? I think so. Anyways, I went to a park about two weeks ago and took some photos that I thought were cool. They stood out to me when I explored this park so I knew they were photo worthy. Anyways, I … Continue reading Enjoying Summer, Even Though It’s Super Hot

Happy 4th of July!: A Photo Album

(Yes, this is a day late, but give me a break after having fun all night!) I always celebrate the 4th. It’s a family tradition for me, and there’s a barbeque and a little bit of spark play. However, since politics have taken a turn, it hasn’t been too enjoyable. But look on the brighter side: It was Captain America’s birthday and Malia Obama’s birthday. … Continue reading Happy 4th of July!: A Photo Album