No this isn’t a dream, this is my reality
Midnight sun By: Trisha Cook
A is for-Africa that's where I'm from, well originally from ethiopia. I lived on a farm with my seven other siblings including my sister. Like in most parts of the world, men go out to work in the fields or do some other work that's not related to working in the fields. As most people know Africa is not a very clean place and so we have lots of diseases. While my mom was pregnant and giving birth with one of my siblings she passed away on her hospital bed. I didn't know what was happening that time, everything was a blur. I was two and a half and my closest sister was four and a half, my dad couldn't take care of us anymore because of our financial doings, so he had to put us in the orphanage with most of my siblings. We were there for a while, eating porridge and our cultural food.
Happiness...the thing that everyone wants. It creates those that matter most like self-esteem, social skills, money, intelligence, beauty but most of all its family, friends and the people you love.
We are all made differently, we all have different ideas, talents, and goals. We are physically built differently, we are different in a way we look, walk, and talk
I had a dream where I was by the ocean I was sitting on the warm sand while the sun was shining upon me I stared down at the dark blue ocean, all I felt was fear
We have grown up and became stronger We stood up to see futher Don't fool yourselves, we are not who you think we are We are the future