Thursday, February 25, 2010

In front of the person you love,you heart beats faster.

In front of the person you love,you heart beats faster.

But in front of the person you like,you get happy.

In front of the person you love,winter seems like spring.

But in front of the person you like,winter is just beauitful winter.

If you look into the eyes of the one you love,you blush.

But if you look into the eyes of the one you like,you smile.

In front of the person you love,you can not say everything on your mind.

But in front of the person you like,you can.

In front of the person you love,you tend to get shy.

But in front of the person you like,you can show your own self.

You can not look straight into the eyes of the one you love.

But you can always smile into the eyes of the one you like.

When the one you love is crying,you cry with him.

But when the one you like is crying,you end up comforting.

The feeling of love starts from the eyes,but the feeling of like starts from the ear.

So if you stop liking a person you used to like,all you need to do is cover you ears.

But if you try to close your eyes,love turns into a drop of tear and reminds in your heart forever....

If I Could, What Invention Would

As we all know, the weather has always played an important role in our daily life. Our food and clothing, house and transportation, work and play are deeply influenced by the weather condition and we actually suffer a lot. For one thing, in the summer time, though we only put on light summer wear, we still have to fight against the heat wave the blazing sun often brings. For another, we have to wear heavy coats, scarves and gloves to be able to survive the piercing cold winter wind. We may, and frequently do, feel much trouble trying to get adapted to the weather, hot or cold. Therefore, if I could, I would invent clothes that can be flexible to all kinds of weather automatically.
The texture of clothing should be excellent and delicate enough to resist heat or cold. While it is too hot, the specially-made clothes would lower the temperature to a satisfactory extent. On the other hand, they would also be installed into some warming machines to help us go through the frigid winter. More marvelous still, solar energy would be applied to instead of other materials that might lead to air pollution in the making or using of this kind of clothing.
This way, not only we students but also those who are engaged in special occupations would benefit a lot from this unique invention. People who want to explore Alaska or other frigid places wouldn't have to carry heavy bags with winter clothes. Workers everywhere wouldn't have to worry about suffering heat stroke or catching cold without any air-conditioners in the working places. If I could invent such " marvelous " clothes, how happy I would be!


Our footsteps match
Left, right, left, right
We talk
We laugh
My smile never fades
When I’m with you

You’re always there
When I need you
Serious or amusing
You’re a friend to lean on
You never let me down
You amaze me

I hope you know
Just how much
This friendship
Means to me
If you don’t,
It means more than the world

Companionship of Books

A man may usually be known by the books he reads as well as by the company he keeps: for there is a companionship of books as well as of men; and one should always live in the best company, whether it be of books or of men.
A good book may be among the best of friends. It is the same today that it always was, and it will never change. It is the most patient and cheerful of companions. It does not turn its back upon us in times of trouble or distress. It always receives us with the same kindness, amusing and instructing us
in youth, and comforting us in age.
Books possess an extract having the fundamental properties of immortality. They are by far the most lasting products of human effort. Temples and statues decay, but books survive. Time is of no account with great thoughts, which are as fresh today as when they first passed through their author's
minds ages ago. The only effect of time has been to sift out the bad products, for nothing in literature can long survive but what is really good.
Books introduce us into the best society: they bring us into the presence of the greatest minds that have ever lived. We hear what they said and did. we see them as if they were really alive; we sympathize with them, enjoy with them, hurt with them; their experience becomes ours, and we feel as if we were, in a measure, actors with them in the scenes which they describe.
The great and good do not die even in this world. Embalmed in books, their spirits walk abroad. The book is a living voice. It is an intellect to which one still listens. Hence we ever remain under the influence of the great men of old. The great intellects of the world are as much alive now as they were ages ago.

Friends forever

Dear Arizona,

My friend is moving in a month—and not just to a different neighborhood, but to a whole different country! I'm so sad, I can hardly think about anything else. I know you can't make my friend's family stay, but I'm hoping you'll at least have some helpful ideas. —Already Lonely in London

Dear Already Lonely,

The first thing I want to say is—I'm so sorry your friend is moving!

The second thing I want to say is-are you from London, as in London, England? That is so exciting! Have you ever seen the Queen? Is it true that people there drive on the left side of the road? How big is Big Ben, really?

OK,I guess I should stop asking questions and get back to your letter-which reminds me of how beyond and I was when my friend Elizabeth had to move.

I met Elizabeth in my very first karate class. I was the only new kid in the class. Everyone else knew a lot of the moves already and had yellow or orange belts.

I had a total beginner's white belt and felt unbearably nervous the whole way through the class. I tried my hardest to follow along, but everything was way harder than I thought it would be.

Afterward, as I was putting on my shoes, I was thinking, There is no way I am ever coming back to karate!

And that's when I met Elizabeth.

"You did great!" I laughed. "I was so clueless"

"That's how I felt at first, too," she said. "If you want, I can help you practice."

"Really?" I said.

"Sure. By the way, I'm Elizabeth." She scribbled on the back of a karate schedule. "Here's my number."

"Wow, that's so nice of you!" I said.

She smiled. "No problem."

Anyway, to make a long story short, I called her a few days later, and we've been amazing friends ever since.

Now for the sad part. Not very long ago, Elizabeth had to move. Her family still lives in California, but if you know anything about my state, then you know it's gigantic. And I'm not positive about the exact geographic details, but the distance Elizabeth moved was about the same as if she had moved from London to Paris!

"You can't move!" I screamed when she told me the terrible news.

"I know. That's what I told my parents,"she said. "But they said we don' have a choice. We'e moving in with my grandparents, and I guess it'll be way cheaper than where we live now."

"Wait! I have the perfect solution,"I said. "You and your parents can move in with my family! We can share my room, and it'll be like having a sleepover在外过夜 every single night! I' sure my parents will be totally cool with it."

"That would be so great!" said Elizabeth, then she sighed. "I wish we could do that. But there's no way. My parents also want to be closer to my grandparents, so I think we're definitely going."

So Elizabeth and I had to come up with a Plan B. A would have been, we were actually pretty happy about our solution. Here's what we did.

First, we asked my mom to take a picture of us together and help us print it out regular size and teeny-tiny size .

We put the regular photos in special frames that we decorated Forever. I gave me the frame she decorated.

Then, we cut the teeny-tiny picture of us in half. I put the half with Elizabeth's face in my locket necklace, and she put the half with my face in her locket necklace.

So even though Elizabeth lives miles away and I only get to see her once in a while, our Friends Forever picture frames and lockets really do help with the "missing-you" part.

Besides that, our parents let us e-mail sometimes, and we still get to talk and crack up together on the phone now and then. Also, we love sending each other funny letters and packages filled with goofy surprises.

So, dear Already Lonely, being separated from your friend doesn't have to be as bad as it seems right now. Photos, letters, phone calls, e-mails, and great memories can really and truly make a friend seem closer than he or she is.

I hope these ideas help. As they say in London, "cheers" to you and your friend! And as I like to say…

Ciao for now,