We are doing the DBH in class.
One drop traveled a whole distance, all through the earth. It went up into the clouds, and down onto the earth below. It's one long journey, that goes around in one long cycle. It goes up into the clouds, and down onto the earth. Let's follow a drop, and see what it's journey is. One day a drop was hanging in the clouds, swirling around with other fellow droplets. Not just a few, a ton, in fact, thousands. The cloud was full of those little droplets. Then, they all started to leak out of the cloud, falling to the earth below. They hit the ground hard, and this particular droplet hit the top of a house. But the rain soon stopped, and the sun came out and warmed everyone with it's light. The droplets still sat there, laying on the roof. But as it grew warmer and warmer, the drop began to evaporate and lift off the roof of the house and float up into the sky. Now all the drops were up in a cloud, floating there, waiting for the cycle to continue and not stall. But fall from the sky once more onto the beautiful earth below.
Some ideas were:
Lope or Nothing
The Land of the Lopes
Lopes R us
Lope for Days
Progress is our thing
The Greek motto is freedom or die. Most motto's are very short, like three words. Some though are a whole sentence and others are just a word long. Most motto's are a goal of what the country want to be like, or a characteristic of what the country want to be like.
Dogs use water in many ways. A dog drinks his water so that he can survive. It uses it in many ways. Some it is very necessary to survive. Others are just playing and not as necessary to survival. They drink and use it. Without water, they get diseases and can't live their life as well. They also clean themselves with it, so they don't get as any germs. They like to run and jump around it, and they give water to their young so that they can survive and grow up. Dogs also lick them self and drink a whole lot. There is water and dogs everywhere. So it is very important to their survival.
I learned a ton about mars today, even though I'm a chef. Now I'm starting to get a little nervous about the trip to mars. I was like before the trip: "This is going to be awesome! I get to cook for people AND I get to go to a really cool place nobody else has been!" After some research though, I'm thinking I might actually regret going on the trip. I mean, first off, there are a ton of dangers there, and it's almost 100% guaranteed that they will happen. I mean, if we don't have ideas to protect us from the dangers, there is a good chance of death. First off, there are giant dust storms going constantly on the surface. Next, it's extremely cold there, so we could freeze to death. I am positive that Diego Messi and Josè Omar-Sebastian won't be happy, because where they live it's really hot. So as a chef, I will probably make a bunch of warm meats and soups for everybody to warm them up. And nobody wants to die while at a place that very little known is about. I seriously don't want to die there. Now I don't even know if I want to go on the trip to be honest. Maybe I can just get that German guy, Dominik Richtofen to cook something up. I had him over one time and he made some good mac-and cheese. Or something. So then I don't have to go face death. I mean, who likes to get hit and killed by an asteroid? Or get your lungs filled by some floating red dust that chokes you? Stupid dangers...
How I use water:
Drinking and Eating:
What seem to be the most common water uses:
The most common water uses I could find were drink a glass at dinner, when taking a shower, and drinking water when I'm thirsty.
What are the most uncommon water uses:
The most uncommon are giving my bird water, washing dishes, and flushing the toilet.
Gabe in the Book the Liberation of Gabriel King is caring for a couple of reasons. The information and parts of the story are from the book The Liberation of Gabriel King by K.L Going.
I Almost Drowned!
One day I was playing football in very crowded Pioneer Pool with my dad. The ball flew back and forth, back and forth. It was sort of boring, so then I decided to shake things up.
"Bet you can't catch this!" I yelled to my dad. I launched it up super high, so high you could barely see the little speck in the sky. My dad then leaped backwards, and somehow the ball landed softly in his hands.
"Hash tag awesome!!!!" I yelled. My dad jumped into the air, pumping his fist. I never knew that an adult could feel so happy with himself for catching a hard pass.
"Did you see that!" My dad bragged cheerfully. "You have to admit, that was a pretty good catch."
"Yeah, I replied." It was really sunny out, and I needed a ton of sunscreen. The music was blaring on the speakers, with a beat that I never had heard before.
"Hey dad!" I started. "I'm going to go put some more sunscreen on my face." I started to walk back to the side of the pool, and as I walked by, I pretty much had to say, "Excuse me," or, "May I get through?" every step of the way. I couldn't even see the water I was going through.
Then, as I was nearing the edge, a big guy stepped back and literally knocked me off my feet into the air, and I hit someone's back before splashing into the water. People seemed to close in on the space, taking it up, and legs were all around me. Moving and sort of kicking me around. I felt the air slowly coming out of my lungs. It felt like I was going to die!
I realized that if I didn't take drastic measures, I wouldn't be able to get back to the surface. My chest was burning hard with no air. I finally kicked the leg next to me, hoping they would take notice. Sure enough, I thought I saw a face looking down at me. She moved a little bit, just giving me enough space to put my head up to get a breath of air.
I took in a large breath of air. I realized that I was only under for fifteen seconds, but it felt like forever. Air never felt so good to me.
I then said thanks to the lady who let my breathe and pushed myself up. Then I somehow stumbled out of the pool and put the sunscreen on.
I decided to just sit down and stay there until my head wasn't spinning anymore. My dad finally came over and sat down on a chair next to me. Or one that was taken but had no stuff on it because it was so packed.
"Are you okay?" My dad asked.
"Let's just say I was ten seconds away from death." I replied dizzily. "Let's just go home now. I don't feel so good."