Saturday, June 30, 2012

My elder sister, Bossy and brother-in-law, Gamer

Sorry about everything that took long, I was gone at Youth Conference for something to do with church, you may have noticed the letter I wrote to President Obama that I'm hoping I'll get a response from him. Anyway, I'm going back to talking about some of my siblings, right now, I'm talking about my elder sister who is number one. Her name is Bossy. She is called that because she can really boss people just to respect her, but she is a very nice person if you take a look at her. She's a helper on my Mom's blog, sometimes. And every Thanksgiving, she makes 14-layer jello. She can do amazing things as an elder sister, depending on fun things she likes to do and to make others happy. She is and has been a mother since she got married in 2004. She has two sons named Taco and Burrito. She has stepson named Bean Dip, but I never wanted to say stepson, because it makes her feel bad. But Bean Dip is a wonderful boy that can be amazing, I think I'll talk about her kids someday. 
With Gamer, he is cool if you get to know him, he likes to tease people, but that's only to make people laugh, not to like make them annoyed. Just a secret or not, I kind of get annoyed every time he teases me. It's very nice that he is Hispanic, because every year on Cinco De Mayo, he gets a good pinata for us at the Mexican store where the cashier is Hispanic just like him. That he can deal with people who understand Spanish. Maybe someday he'll be able to teach Bossy how to speak Spanish very well, just like what he did on Cinco De Mayo.
Bossy and Gamer are really a nice husband and wife that they come over to our house on special occasions or maybe just for fun. As I like to say about them, since I have been putting music videos of the singer or band that my siblings love to listen to, Bossy and Gamer like the band called Train. That's what they like to hear. If you would like to, these are the Train videos that they like to listen to, called Drive By and Hey Soul Sister. They are amazing just like them. Until next time, I'll think of something that can make siblings sound like the greatest people online.  

Monday, June 18, 2012

Autistic Letter to the U.S. President

This might be either a weird or awesome method to say. You know, this summer, my family and I are planning to go to Nauvoo, for summer vacation. We also were about to go pass Washington D.C. to see the White House My Mom's friend at the Graduation party suggested that I should right a letter to the U.S. president to see if it could be delivered to him and that I could meet him. I'm not sure if that would happen, but if you can make a campaign on this, I could get the chance to meet him. This is how I wrote the letter, to see if you think it's acceptable to the president or not.

June 7, 2012

Dear President Barack Obama,

My name is [Dog Walker] and I’m from Utah. I am autistic and have been autistic since I was born. You might have heard from the time that I am the Boy Scout who earned all 132 merit badges. The fame I had was really amazing, just to prove to everybody that people with autism can do anything. The fame I had has been going on and on since last September. It’s been the best accomplishment for me in my life.

Throughout life with autism, I haven’t spoke until the age of seven and I have been quoting from movies a lot when I’m by myself, like I have memorized all the quotes from two movies called The Lion King and A Goofy Movie. That is amazing huh? Anyway, back to the rest of my life as being autistic, I’ve been struggling with education in kindergarten and preschool.

Now that I’m out of high school, I’m going to plan to go to college. College might be a little scary at first, but I dealt with the higher moments of school for a while and they were all amazing. I’ll just have to deal with college to see if I can try to get a degree for a good job. Going to college will be the next challenge for me as an autistic person, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to get used to new things in life. I have a whole sash of all of my merit badges that I have passed off and I’m an assistant Cubmaster with my dad.

We are planning to visit Washington DC in July and we would love to see you in the White House. You are the most amazing president of the US. It’s nice writing to you.


[Dog Walker]

If you think it's acceptable, then that's great. Let's just hope that the letter will work and see if I can get a respond from him.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Dreams Don't Turn to Dust--- do they?

This might be a little wierd to all of you that I'd be talking about dreams that I've been having. So this is the question. Do dreams turn to dust? They might depending on what kinds. Or else, Dreams Don't Turn to Dust could be a song by Owl City.

But besides talking about that, I've been having wierd dreams ever since I could remember. There is one weird dream that I had in October. I had a dream that my sister, Teach was eating candy corn (which she doesn't like) but it wasn't ordinary candy corn. It was candy corn covered in blue glitter. I thought that one was the most weird dream anyone would ever have.

Then just right on yesterday morning I just got a really scary one. That dream was about me being in the army with a friend of my big brother, Gym Rat's. We were all soldiers inside a round giant room on the top of a building. Then there came gunshots that all of us, soldiers started to scatter to try to get out of the room. I thought it was going to be the end of my life, but then peaceful music started to play. In fact, the peaceful music was the Owl City Fireflies ringtone on my phone that finally interrupted the dream. It was a dream that I wanted to get out of. It was a good thing.

Sweet Dreams!
The ringtone on my phone played
this peaceful song to help me
get out of the military nightmare!
Anyway, I realized that dreams can be either good, bad, or just weird. Dreams were made for our lives to make us realize of what might or not happen in the future. So, let's just say that we don't need our dreams to turn to dust. Let's just face of what might happen next. Sweet Dreams.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Graduation Day

Like I promised before that I would talk about that day when I graduated from Bingham High School, I figured that Graduation was a wonderful day, even though the ceremony lasted for hours to go on with that we had to talk about how the high school year went with us. Principal Hicks gave a long speech and rewarded some seniors of their scholarships and their talents that have faced throughout high school. I wasn't one of those students that win big awards like basketball or anything like that, except for Honor Roll. Anyway, right when the ceremony was close to over, we got in lines for all the graduates to get their diplomas. I got my diploma. Which that was an amazing thing. Right when the ceremony was over, I turned in the gown and I was allowed to keep the cap. Right when I turned the cap in, I went back to Mom and Dad, and they asked me what kind of restaurant we should go to, and I suggested Chuck-A-Rama, but when we got there, it was crowded. I thought that's way too popular on Graduation Day, Mom suggest Red Robin, but that one was way too popular on Graduation Day, so then I suggested Japanese Restaurant. It's the one we went to before, so I suggested that one, because it's like everybody hardly goes there. So we picked that one. It was good there, except for Sushi. I tried Sushi before, it was so nasty, even though I had to try it on Graduation Day. At least it was understandable that I don't like Sushi. Anyway, later that night, I went to the Senior Grad Party. That lasted at 11:00 pm to 4:00 am. Crazy, huh? Well it was a blast that I did wonderful dance moves that I have learned in Just Dance. And speaking of Just Dance, they had Just Dance at the party and I won an iTunes Gift Card for doing amazing on Just Dance in the song called I Was Made for Loving You by KISS. There were a lot of things going on at the Senior Grad Party that were really fun to do even though it lasted all night. Anyway, this Graduation Day was really the best day of my life, and so was the Senior Dinner Dance that I someday would like to talk about it. At least I loved listening to Pomp and Circumstance, especially this video I found that's off of Fantasia 2000. Next time, I'll talk about another fun thing that's ever happened to any of us.