Sunday, April 20, 2008

Flathead Lake

Flathead Lake

I saw Flathead Lake with my mentor last month. It’s a beautiful place.

My mentor drove from Missoula to Flathead Lake for two hours. There are many great houses near the Flathead Lake. My mentor has a big house close to the lake. We walked to the lake. There was much snow on the mountains around the lake. Flathead Lake was blue, the trees were just yellow and the snow was white. Together, it was very pretty. There were many birds flying in the sky. And some people were playing golf near the lake.

I think this is a nice place. If I had a house here, I’d probably do my research here, because it’s a very quiet place.

My mentor told me, “Flathead Lake will be most beautiful in summer!”

I’m going to go to Flathead Lake in summer again. I want to play in the lake. It will be fun!

Hey, look!

Hey, look. This girl must be happy. She might be at home with her dog. She could be drinking a cup of coffee and read a book.

The dog may be talking with his owner. It might be going out with his owner.

Technologies make my life change

Technologies make my life change

Technologies make my life change.

For example, internet makes the world small. Although I’m living in USA and my family’s living in China, we can talk each other every day for free. I would send my pictures for my daughter by internet every time, so she could know my life in Missoula. I would write down some thing about my study in my blog, so my friends could share some feeling from my realized.

This change makes something easy, also this change makes everybody busy.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Things I’d change

Things I’d change

If I had last year to live over again, I would definitely learn more English.

I’d probably remember more new English words and I’d listen to more English songs. I’d try to read English stories and I’d probably watch more English TV.

I’d improve my English’s speaking, listening, reading and writing.

I have an apartment in Missoula

I have an apartment in Missoula

I have an apartment in Missoula. It’s in the University Village.

When you open the front door, it’s my living room. There are two sofas and a coffee table in the living room. Near the window, there is a TV in front of the sofas.

Next to the living room, there is my dining room and kitchen. I always cook many Chinese foods for dinner. Everyday, I study in my dining room.

Between the living room and the dining room, there is a hall to my bedroom and washroom. Inside, on the right, the first room is the washroom, and the second room is my bed room. On the left, there are two guest rooms. But nobody uses them.

My rules for living

My rules for living

1. Never complain if life’s unfair.

2. Never blame other people for my problems.

3. Never talk about my friends behind their backs.

4. Never borrow money from my friends.

5. Always forgive my family or friends for making mistakes.

6. Often help other people to do something that I can do.