February 9th, 2012 we celebrated the 100th day of school. The 100th day is an important day in school to mark success and goals for the rest of the year. Here are a few of the cool activities that we did to celebrate and have fun! (This page will only display ten posts, please use the forward button at the bottom of the page to see more.)
When I am 100, I will be with other senior citizens relaxing, playing chess, no job and most importantly remembering the old days. Telling stories, going to military reunions, meeting old friends and finally riding that scooter I wanted. I just love being 100. I can’t wait to be 100. Maybe I’ll still be married? What wonders await me in 89 years and 26 days? Today I am 11. But when 100 is mine, I will be able to walk on a cane. I may have a beard. Man I just can’t wait to be 100 I just can’t. When I am 100 I will change, my body will change, my voice will change, the world will change. In 89 years and 26 days, you will soon be looking at a whole new Will. As the elders say, so long sonny. One more thing to add to 100, white or grey hair or even no hair at all.
When I'm 100, I will be sitting at home watching TV. I would be living in Florida and would have 10 grand kids and 3 kids. I would go to the beach a lot and get tans a lot. I'd like to have a big family and a lot of friends. I would also eat out a lot. I would live in a big mansion. The house would be three stories tall. There would be 5 bathrooms and 5 bedrooms
When I am 100 I will try to be active so I can go into the professional baseball league because I could be rich, have my fans cheer me on, maybe get into the Book of World Records, hit home runs, strike people out, be a star, a pro baseball player and be famous or this might not happen at all and I would just be an old man!
When I am 100 I will be living in the Lodge in Middleberry. I will have no grandchildren or children. In my room I will have many Lego sets of all shapes and sizes. My job is to guard the Lodge at night. I sometimes talk in Swahili and Japanese but my main language is English. My other job is I design Lego sets and test them. I live next to a 110 year old and a 99 year old. I still do not need nurse support or a cane. I watch all of the hockey games and other sports.