Monday, August 20, 2007


Hi, sorry it has been a while since I posted.
Ok so I am very interested in this game called Go. This is how I learned about it.
So I went to the book store with my dad. We were looking for a bass player magazine with a Geddy Lee interview in it and while we were in the magazine section I picked up an issue of Shonen Jump and there was a bit of a comic called Hikaru no Go and it was about Go so I got interested in it and two days later I went to the book store again and I got a book called "The book of GO".

My mom and I played about ten games just now -- very fun, I would recommend it.


Thursday, July 26, 2007

Rush! Snakes and Arrows Tour

I went to a Rush concert last night and it was really fun! I was really close to the stage, too. My step-dad took me. It was in Irvine, not too far from our house. I was nine rows back from the stage. I can't even describe it, it was so awesome. It was very loud. I wore my Rush shirt. In the middle of the show there was an intermission and they changed their clothes. Right before the intermission Geddy said they needed to take a break because of their extreme age. Also Geddy had a video camera and he was taking a video of everyone in the audience so the Canada people could see what the America people were like and right in the middle this woman come up to him on stage and was trying to talk to him in sign language or something and he said "I'm busy now, go away."

It was the best night ever. It was just so awesome!

Sorting quiz

I took this Harry Potter sorting quiz and it sorted me into Hufflepuff, but as you can see I told it I'd rather be in Ravenclaw, since my score was really close to Ravenclaw too.

Hufflepuff - 13
Ravenclaw - 12
Gryffindor - 10
Slytherin - 7

Which Hogwarts house will you be sorted into?

My mom and my step-dad got Hufflepuff too.

Monday, April 23, 2007

my fable

Last week i got a homework page where i had to write a fable and here it is:

Seleon and the Ugly Dragon
by Henry

In a time long ago, when dragons ruled the skies and giants ruled the mountains, there was an old knight who understood all of what the trees said and what the grass said. But he was destroyed by a Giant. The knight's grandson, Seleon, planned to set out on a quest to avenge his grandfather. To do this he had to go through the Mountains of Doom. The Giant lived in a cave on the tallest mountain. Seleon took his sword and provisions and departed.

Five days passed. While Seleon was on his journey he met a Dragon. The Dragon offered his help, but Seleon refused for the Dragon was an ugly being. The Dragon said, “I do not mind being refused. Take this grass, for you may need me someday. Whistle through it and I will come to your aid.”

As Seleon approached the cave, the Giant came out and asked what Seleon was doing there. Seleon replied, “I have come to avenge my grandfather, the knight you killed.”

The Giant laughed. “Youngling,” it said, “You have neither the strength nor the courage to defeat me.” And he smote Seleon off the mountain. Luckily for Seleon, he landed in a thick patch of daisies. As he lay there the daisies spoke to him: “Heed what the Dragon said!”

Seleon got up and took the grass out of his pouch. As he whistled though it, a single ear-piercing note flew from his lips and the Dragon appeared.

Seleon said, “I am sorry I refused your help before. You seemed ugly to me then, but now I see that your help is golden.”

When they reached the cave, the Dragon kicked down the giant's door and breathed fire throughout the cave. And when the heat dissipated, they saw only the smouldering remains of the marauding Giant.

Now that his grandfather had been avenged, Seleon felt at peace. He knew his friend the Dragon would always be there with him.

Because Seleon joined forces with the Dragon against the Giant who had killed his grandfather, he learned not to judge people, or dragons, by what they look like.

The End