This morning when I wake up, I washed my face, my mouth, and I put on my running suit. I went to the commons. It is hard for me, but I tried to go around the field twice, but a friend of mine encouraged me to do it again. He said, “It’s hard, but when you continue, after some time it will not be hard. It will be easier.” And I did it four days now and I find it easier for me. The first day was hard for me. And when I come home, then I take a bath before I come to class. And when I come to class, I’m happy. I meet everybody, and then with my tutor, Adam. I greet everyone, everyone is happy. Me too, I’m happy. I’m happy because I want to learn. Even though I’m old, I want to learn because I never went to school back home. I listened to what my tutor said to me. And now my English has improved a little bit. And though I cannot read too much, but I am still trying. Thank you Canada and the people in Canada for helping me.
I go swimming every Thursday afternoon. I really love jumping off the diving board, so does my friend Phil. I take part in swimming races. I know how to do a flip turn, kicking my feet makes me go faster. After I swim at the pool, I go home and eat supper because I am really hungry.
I left Halifax to go to Risser’s Beach in Lunenburg County. I wanted to go camping at Risser’s Beach. I got there about six that night.
The next day I left for “R/C Wings and Wheels” hobby supplies in Blockhouse. I went to buy a model kit of the Amsterdam. I bought this model kit in the late summer of 2004.
I started putting the model boat together late fall. The book tells you to read the assembly instructions carefully.