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Lee, M.

To Mr. Oskin

posted Apr 15, 2010, 2:22 AM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com

Dear Mr. Oskin
        Today on Thursday April 15th 2010, I am writing you and apology letter in advance. I am sorry if I am to dose or fall asleep in your class however I will try my best to stay awake. I have over viewed your instructions on the blog project many times. However it never states that I can not write you a formal letter as a blog entry. Therefore this will be my 7th blog entry for the blog project. Your class is very entertaining, although sometimes I would doze off from reading. I have a quote, that was once said by my Idol. He still is my Idol, "Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way round or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves.Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend." (Bruce Lee)

Kearny High School DMD

posted Apr 15, 2010, 1:35 AM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com   [ updated Apr 15, 2010, 2:22 AM ]

Kearny DMD is where I have had my most memorable  moments. The thought if enrolling into DMD was never my first option. However, after I enrolled and Nerissa took me as her disciple. I learned a lot about what students at DMD gossip about and how they interact with each other. "To follow is a virtue if you are following someone who has something real to teach." My teachers from the past quarter, have truly open my eyes and lead me to an excelling path. I really envy my teachers, who endure student criticism. My experience in DMD is extremely valuable to me, and has influenced me tremendously.  My teachers are Mrs. Workman, Mrs.Spikula, Mrs. Orlando soon to be Mrs.Seckington, Mr. Corazza, Mr. Carr, and Mr. Oskin. Thank You for the good times and many more to come.

My thoughts on life

posted Apr 15, 2010, 1:33 AM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com

Life is short lived, some may disagree. However as your reading this blog how many seconds, how many minutes do you think has pasted by? You could be somewhere else, on a vacation trip to Honolulu, at a 5 star resort, a family reunion. Every second that passes by will never be relived. All you can do is push forward or stop. Although stop should never be an option. I personally enjoy life on the spot,at the moment,even when times are hard. Yes, success is very important, but wouldn't you be just lying to yourself. I would personally miss the moments I can't attend too. Videos are filmed so you can see the moment yourself, but wouldn't you rather be there and attend then just watch from a TV? There are no shortcuts in life just ways to make the moment simple." In the book of life, the answers aren't in the back." (Charlie Brown)

My thoughts on school

posted Apr 15, 2010, 12:55 AM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com

I personally believe school is not a hang out, not a place where you, so call "chill". All the gossip that goes around is just to keep students entertain through out the day. Thus the saying "Gossip never lasts to long ". School is a place, when students mature to become adults, grades only prove that you have matured. That you can look after yourself, or as the adults say. "You only love others when you know how to love yourself." I enjoy school not for the gossip, not for the chance to prove I am mature or well mannered. I enjoy school because, school does not chase you down forever, it will end. I'm in school for my memories, for my friends memories, for my teachers memories. All so one day I can sit out on a front porch, or on the shore of a lake, maybe even a camp fire, and tell stories to young ears. For the past 4,016 days of my life, I spent 32,128 hours in a classroom. Time disperses quicker than the snap of my fingers, however I wish to make these last 2 years of high school my greatest memories.

Scars I have for life

posted Mar 8, 2010, 8:28 AM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com   [ updated Apr 9, 2010, 8:31 PM ]

Some scars that I have for life is both emotional and physical. Such as my mother passing away, sometimes it seems so unreal I still think its a dream. Although she pasted away the scar on my head reminds me of thus I never let my hair grow out. The physical marking that is engraved to my dome this day is just a simple cut, but it reminds of when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Did my mom take a machete and smack me one top of my head for acting immature? No, I gave myself the scar..... by swimming. Of course it sounds lame, but I made it onto the news. Just kidding, although it would have made me happy and feel it bit more like a stud. Every scar has a meaning that is valuable or is a sexual appearance towards females. What scars do you have that has meaning to you ?





Staying up late

posted Feb 28, 2010, 4:00 PM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com   [ updated Feb 28, 2010, 4:50 PM ]

I have nights where I stay up till 3-4 in the morning. Why do I stay up? To look at stars, I enjoy staring at stars, their so bright and beautiful. While I stare at stars I wonder how can we contact deceiced family members. Then I would repeat the questions I want to ask them, over and over again.  Everytime I repeat my questions I would always try to edit the question so it would be remebered easier. Sometimes I would remove some questions form my list, I only wanted a simple but specific question. Over the past year I asked myself, then last night I produced the perfect queastion. Why did you leave? Yes, it does sound plain. Then on Febuary 28th I went to the graveyard, went to my mothers tombstone and wrote a note. On the note I wrote my question , and burnt the not. According to family traditions if you wrote notes and burnt them. That person would give you a dream and answer your question. This only worked once a year. Today is the day that marks my mothers 1st year anniversary .                   


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Untitled Post

posted Feb 18, 2010, 3:02 PM by leebuddah01@yahoo.com   [ updated Feb 28, 2010, 4:54 PM ]

My name is Max Lee, im 15 almost turning 16, I enjoy hanging out with my cousins and playing cards. Most people at school call me Buddah I guess its because I never grow out my hair.  I am Hmong by the way......... if anyone knows that ethnicity. I have no hero because i would just waste time admiring them. One of my favorite quotes is from Ghenghis Khan, “I am the punishment of God...If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.”  The most enjoyable time i ever had was when I turned 16. That night was fun we talked and played cards all night, but I didn't turn 16 yet. Kearney is a new school to me still, I kinda of miss my old school still but I'm glad I'm in DMD. I despise shopping but if its with someone It seems more fun, i guess when someone accompanies you it becomes more fun. My dream is to become a card dealer at Vegas and meet Vegas people.

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