I’m 72, So What

I liked this story because it is about an older woman being with a guy longer than she thought she would and grew up with him.  Then they broke up with each other a couple of years later. After 20 years in the U.S.A., she saw herself being a forever green card holder, never really settling down after she got to old age. She only had a vague notion of what it meant to be old and would want to pack up. She thought life would send her signals when the time came.

Since she broke up with her husband a few years ago she wanted to try and attempt to get across the Atlantic Ocean looking for international schools for her daughters in Paris. As the years passed she had moved to  New York. She decided to go to France and live there for a while.

When she became an adult after her teenage days were over she cried when she turned 20.

she did not want to become an adult. After 30 years she said she thought she was in the adult world finally, the World of Mad Men.

A couples of reasons I didn’t like this story was because it was too focused on how old she was and she wanted to leave New York and go back to Paris and didn’t.  I was hoping she would go back to Paris.  Another reason why I didn’t like it was that when she turned 20 years old she cried when she became an adult. Most of the 20-year-olds would be happy becoming that age not having to live with their parents anymore and get more friends from work and be friends a long time with people who you work with. When she said she tried to go across the Atlantic,  I didn’t like that because there are usually schools in every big/medium state in America. When you’re older you get to do more traveling than you do at a younger age or in your teenage years.


If I could go anywhere in the world I would like to go to  Hawaii. I would like to go to Hawaii because I like the sun up longer than 5;30 and it’s always hot. I would want to go to the beach and get the sun on me so I could get another tan.  I like the sun out longer so I won’t get cold during the day/night without the sun at 5;30.

I would go to a hotel to sleep at night so I could go back to the beach the next morning. There’s a lot to do in Hawaii you could go to Disneyland, snorkel with sharks, mountain tubing through Canals and Tunnels, sunset dinner, sunrise lava tour. I hope I could take long walks on the beaches and on the roads. I would like to bring my dog to Hawaii but I don’ t know if you’re allowed to.

Hawaii is one of the safest places in the nicest place in the world. If  I had enough money to live in Hawaii and live in a nice house beside a beach I would love to move there because it doesn’ t snow that much in Hawaii. It is one of the warmest places on Earth.



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Best three poems for school

I only heard Baby shark a few times but I would like to listen to it more. It does not have any bad language in the song. It is a good rhyming song if you want to listen to rhyming songs. It is about a baby shark, grandma & grandpa shark, dad shark.  Baby Shark was released in 2016 by Korean’s Children entertainment brand. Elton John, the singer, wrote Baby Shark. Baby Shark is about a family of sharks. It is a really big song around most of the world spreading through social media, online video, and the radio.

Twinkle Twinkle little star is a “short good poem/song” for kids to listen to if they like short songs with no bad language. The song is about stars and the sun. Wolfgang Mozart wrote Twinkle Twinkle Little Star for kids. Mozart was 25 years old when he came up with the idea of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. The song is a public domain and has many adaptions around the world.

We Are The Dinosaurs is a long song for kids with no bad language. The song is about the dinosaurs making the earth flat and about stopping to eat food and dinosaurs marching. This song came out in 1997. The genre for We Are The Dinosaurs is meant to be for kids.  The length of the song is 32 minutes.  The song is for children age 2 to 8.