A little bit about," ME!"

Hello! Welcome to @home on this blog you learn a little bit about me, a perky young woman (more in profile), and my life. How to love, live, and laugh and enjoy being @home! Hope you like it! If you have any questions e-mail me at julesf01@ymail.com or leave a comment. Make sure to check out my polyvore page @ http://littlemissjules.polyvore.com/
Thanks for coming to @home!
-Jules :)

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Music Updates

             Hello and welcome to @home. First of all, I want to say I'm sorry for not posting in a while. I have been so busy with the final push in school, I haven't really had time to post. Although I have been keeping track of all my music. Here are some updates, enjoy!
  This is called Breakthrough By: Lemonade mouth 
B.T.W. (by the way) Dosen't Adam Hicks rap fast! I have
 seen him in Zeke and Luther, a skateboarding show. 
  This is called Somebody by: Lemonade Mouth
This is Not Your Birthday by: Allstar Weekend.
Thanks for coming and checking out what's new.

Friday, May 6, 2011

What breaks my heart

         Hello and welcome to @home. Today I'm going to be talking about the club I started Stop the Talk. What I'm hearing these days has improved a lot since the last time I told you about Stop the Talk. I am really impressed, so I wanted to give a special shout-out to the people who haven't been talking bad about other people and being nice. Thanks for coming and checkin' out whats new Thanks

Monday, May 2, 2011

Book and oral reports

              Hello and welcome to @home. Today I will talk to you about book reports. Lately I have been very proud of my grades on my book reports. Last time i got a 4 and a 4 on my book report and oral report. 4 is the highest grades you can get. My last three book reports were the same. All 4's. The point is I want to tell you a little about how to do a better book report, which takes real dedication. Are you ready?  The first step to  having a good ORAL report is jamming as many facts as you can in, but at the same time make it short. You also need to memorize it, and say it clear and fluently. For the written report you have to get as much info as you can, but don't copy what the book says. Use the book as a guide and put what the book says in your own words. All you have to do for the oral report is go through and transport what your written report says and make it smaller, so its like a summary of your summary of your book report. Okay Thanks for checkin' to see whats new. Thanks
P.s. If you use this method and get a four leave a comment to let me know.