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A Brave Person

December 12, 2013 · No Comments · Fifth Grade

From Ms. Moore:

Ms. Moore’s 5th grade class entered the Veteran’s Day Writing Contest and placed Honorable Mention. The students collaborated diligently and wrote an incredible writing. The fifth grade students will be taking their Sol Writing test, which is scheduled for March. They are on their way to being expert writers.

 

A Brave Person

By Ms. Moore’s Third Block Class

         Do you know who the bravest person is in my family?  My dad is the bravest person in my family because he serves our country, protects our family, and he is deployed a lot. To begin with, my dad serves our country. He wears camouflaged uniforms and boots.  Camouflage is like trees, grass, and mother nature.  And, his boots are as big as a football field.  And, he tells pilots where to go.  Awesome! Also, he protects our family.  He checks the house.  He has some weapons and practices with them sometimes at the shooting range.  I don’t think anyone would want to break into our house.  In fact, my dad is the greatest because he supplies my needs by taking his time and going to work, he buys us food like pizza! He calls me cuddly woodley, when I am sick. In addition to all the good things that my dad does, can you imagine being without him for six months to a year? He travels to places like Eqypt. When he is gone he is sent to places to fight for our freedom.  Sometimes he travels on a big ship.  I also miss my dad because he misses Christmas when we open our presents.  Sometimes I feel so sad when my Dad isn’t here.  As you can see my Dad is a busy man.  He works hard on his job to provide our needs and our country’s needs. I miss him when he is not here, but he is the bravest person I know.

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