Discovering New Things


During English class, we are currently reading A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. It is one of those books where you have to reread it over and over again to understand its contents since there are deeper meanings hidden behind the words. Sometimes, I would read it and wonder what the chapter was about. When you read a book repeatedly, you discover new things. You might find out new things that you never caught before in the text or finally understand the message the story was conveying. Rereading the book is helpful since you might not understand the content now, but after a while, if you read it again, you’ll understand it better when you’re able to relate to the book. You will find a new deeper meaning to the words instead of just simply taking it from the context. When reading A Tale of Two Cities, you have to think outside of the box. Once you understand the content, it’s that moment of pride where you feel like you’ve achieved something.

When making treats, there will always be a time where things don’t turn out right, and we just want to be done with it. We want to accept the result and give up. However, if we can’t get it right the first time, we should not be frustrated and give up. We should try to make the treats over again until it comes out right so we understand how to make it. It will take a lot of hard work and persistence, but think of the results at the end. Sometimes, you might even discover new things to make the treats better along the way. The satisfaction of accomplishing and findings new things adds to the excitement too!


One thought on “Discovering New Things

  1. Nice post Tiffany! You are right about not giving up and I agree when you said “you might discover new things to make treats better along the way” Just because someone fails once shouldn’t make them back down from doing it again and I find your second paragraph very inspiring 🙂 Good Job!

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