Letter To My Teacher

498 WordsFeb 2, 20122 Pages
January 22nd, 2010 Dear Mr Rogers, The prospect of school was very overwhelming for me. To be completely honest, I have never finished reading a book in my life. When it comes to writing, my experience is quite limited. I used to write poems when I was much younger, and as of late I simply write accounts of my daily life in my diary. School was very challenging for me. My siblings are much older than myself, and were either too busy too help me or simply did not desire to do so. My parents never really considered school to be much of a priority either, so I began losing interest in my studies at a very young age. It was never considered to be all that important in our household. Years passed before I actually picked up a book for pleasure. It was after I became a wife and a mother that I suddenly took an interest in reading. For my 22nd birthday I decided to treat myself by going to Borders and picking up a book that captured my attention. I read up to ten chapters before I found myself at a standstill. Using the lack of time as an excuse I set the book down and have not picked it up since. Although my determination still craves to complete it. Despite not having devoted as much time to books as I would like, I do truly appreciate reading. I have always had a passion for memoirs and non-fiction novels. I believe my fascination with true accounts began when I struggled with reading. I then began watching these types of shows on television. Ever since I can remember I always had an obsession with serial killers, blood, guts, and all of the other aspects of criminal behavior. One of my current favorite programs is Grey's Anatomy. I cannot get enough of the surgeries and am addicted to the romantic plots. More than anything I love watching films with my family. I have been married to my husband for four years and we have a three year old daughter. Due to a

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