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Michelle Anzalone commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post Life, Love and Hardship
"Great blog post, you are very descriptive. I absolutely loved this book!"
Oct 16, 2013
Kartik Kumar Kansal commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post Is Facebook a good way to stay connected? Or a huge waste of time?
"Facebook can be both a waste of time and a way to stay connected with friends. It just depends on how often, how long, how and what you use Facebook for. I can definitely see how adults/parents like it for reconnecting with old friends and…"
Oct 4, 2013
Mark Guo commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post Is Facebook a good way to stay connected? Or a huge waste of time?
"It seriously depends on what you use Facebook for. Many people use Facebook to communicate with their friends, classmates, and extended family when they otherwise can't. Some people use Facebook to introduce their product or organization to the…"
Sep 26, 2013
Ann Rajan commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post Is Facebook a good way to stay connected? Or a huge waste of time?
"I think that Facebook is a great way to stay connected with your friends and family. Much of my extended family is outside of the United States, so Facebook is a really great tool for me to keep in touch with them. I like your point about it being…"
Sep 26, 2013
Jaye Sutherland posted a blog post

Having the Last Word

This summer I read the book The Last Lecture, by Randy Pausch. It was a heart wrenching story of a college professor who was asked to give a lecture on his life's journey.  What made this heart-wrenching  was the fact that he had been diagnosed with termnal cancer  -- and this truly would be his "last lecture."  Knowing  that his time was limited, he wanted to provide a legacy of sorts to his children -- his imparting words to those he loved, so that they would always know who he was, and what…See More
Oct 8, 2012
Mia Voehringer commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post Too Much Talking?
"Tu as mon bestie"
Aug 30, 2012
Hiba Khan commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post What makes you who you are?
"I think that people around you and your loved ones describe who you are in person more than yourself. Like everyone else, people have diffrent perspectives of every person. Not everyone would describe a person that same way they…"
Jun 30, 2012
Jaye Sutherland posted a blog post

The Giver - An Ordinary Boy in an Unordinary World

At the end of every school year, I put together a list of things I want to do or accomplish over the summer.  Past lists include 1) make home-made ice cream 2) attend Willow Creek Church and 3) read The Giver.  Although I'm not always successful in crossing things off of my summer to do list, I am proud to say that I finally can cross #3 of of my list, because I just finished the novel The Giver.  This novel has been on my "Summer List" since 8th grade, when every English class, except mine,…See More
Jun 5, 2012
Katherine Foong commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post What makes you who you are?
"I agree with the fact that my family has influenced me greatly. But in the process I thought it was cool that other things influence me more than I thought. My enviornment has influenced me more than I thought in a way that it has been both limited…"
Jun 1, 2012
Andrea Nicholson commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post What makes you who you are?
"The people that are the closest to us have a big impact on our lives. Our mannerisms, personalities, values, and morals are mostly based off of what we see being said or done. I know I have noticed in the past couple of weeks that I've…"
Jun 1, 2012
Alisaur Maniscalco commented on Jaye Sutherland's blog post What makes you who you are?
"I think that we are who we make ourselves. We may bend ourselves to fit with our friends, and they may have influence over us, but on the inside, we are simply ourselves."
Jun 1, 2012
Jaye Sutherland posted a blog post

What makes you who you are?

         Last week in English, we were asked to make an identity pie graph. We had to divide this graph into percentages based on who/what influences who we are. The first thing I put down on my graph was my family/friends. I had in mind about 7 people who I would consider my close loved ones. These are the people in which I confide in and learn the most from. When I went to make the other parts of my graph, I saw a commen thread in which all of the other categories stemmed back to my main…See More
Jun 1, 2012
Jaye Sutherland commented on Kristin Tran's blog post What defines you?
"When we first talked about this in class, I had no clue what defined me. I felt like we were supposed to find a one word answer like "music" or just one word that summed us up. I have come to the realization that that is impossible for me…"
May 29, 2012
Jaye Sutherland commented on shiori asada's blog post Keeping the World Safe vs. the Value of Freedom
"I agree! I think this book does a great job of showing that life comes with many happy, wonderful, loving emotions but there are also some painful emotions that we have to face. Therefore, I do not believe this book supports suicide or…"
May 29, 2012
Jaye Sutherland commented on Morgan Johnson's blog post Black or White, Is It Really That Important?
"I agree with you. I don't think it really matters who's black and who's white. However, I don't think it's wrong to wonder who's black or who's white either. It's like thinking, I wonder if she's blonde…"
May 29, 2012
Jaye Sutherland commented on Allie Oakes's blog post Isn't the end of the year supposed to be a blow off? #falsepretenses
"Yes! I'm still learning new things in all my classes while at the same time getting final review packets! It feels like I have a whole month left of school, not a week! Even though I'm complaining a ton right now and wishing it was summer,…"
May 29, 2012

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Having the Last Word

Posted on September 4, 2012 at 10:41pm 0 Comments

This summer I read the book The Last Lecture, by Randy Pausch. It was a heart wrenching story of a college professor who was asked to give a lecture on his life's journey.  What made this heart-wrenching  was the fact that he had been diagnosed with termnal cancer  -- and this truly would be his "last lecture."  Knowing  that his time was limited, he wanted to provide a legacy of sorts to his children -- his imparting words to those he loved, so that they would always know…

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The Giver - An Ordinary Boy in an Unordinary World

Posted on June 1, 2012 at 1:00am 0 Comments

At the end of every school year, I put together a list of things I want to do or accomplish over the summer.  Past lists include 1) make home-made ice cream 2) attend Willow Creek Church and 3) read The Giver.  Although I'm not always successful in crossing things off of my summer to do list, I am proud to say that I finally can cross #3 of of my list, because I just finished the novel The Giver.  This novel has been on my "Summer List" since 8th grade, when every English…

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What makes you who you are?

Posted on June 1, 2012 at 12:30am 4 Comments

         Last week in English, we were asked to make an identity pie graph. We had to divide this graph into percentages based on who/what influences who we are. The first thing I put down on my graph was my family/friends. I had in mind about 7 people who I would consider my close loved ones. These are the people in which I confide in and learn the most from. When I went to make the other parts of my graph, I saw a commen thread in which all of the other categories…

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A Reminder of How Good We've Got It

Posted on March 23, 2012 at 2:28am 0 Comments

I recently read the novel The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini.  I started reading it for my summer reading last summer, but never finished, so I picked it up again a few weeks ago.  It's funny how sometimes it's hard to get into a book, and then other times you can enjoy the same book from the first word on the page.  Anyway, this time around I loved the book.  It's a story of a friendship that goes through many ups and downs, but ends in a place of love and forgiveness.  People…

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