Can you believe it? Everyone in the eighth grade of my school has to write an autobiography. So I've been looking through photo albums and trying to remember the past--the good and the bad. Like when I was five and got to be in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. And when I was eight and Laine and I got in BIG trouble. I've been writing about my life before diabetes, before the divorce, and even before Stoneybrook and the BSC. In fact, everything right up until this minute. So this is my life--welcome to it!
I enjoyed reading this autobiography
Jeanne worked on this assignment and it shows. She has used good organization, keen descriptions, and good analysis of what Stacey’s experiences meant to her. Grade: A.