I walked around and found the library. When I got into it, it made me understand that you have to do what you have to do to make yourself better. They helped me to get better and now I have two jobs. Never stop reading because it will help you with everything. Now my big goal is to get myself a driver's license. Never stop believing in yourself like my tutor told me. You have to work hard. Axel. "Always Walk Forward" Our Words, Our Voices. Vol. 3. Hayward: Literacy Plus C
I am Joan Melvin. When I was 29 years old, I decided to come to the United States. My sister Silvia and my friend Eliezar helped me to pay for my trip to come here. My friend Eliezar is from Guatemala and he was my classmate in the institute “INTECAP” and my co-worker, too. I came to live in Guatemala City after the civil war in my country El Salvador in 1989. When I was 19 years old, my parents took the decision to send me to Guatemala because I had my cousin Adita living
In 1958, I was born in Gongzhong which is in the south of China. In 2012, I came by myself to Hayward. In 2001, my parents moved to Oakland. My brothers and sisters live in Fremont. I bought a house in Hayward because I like Hayward. I like going to school to learn English. I ride a bicycle to attend my ESL classes at the Hayward Adult School and for the Conversation Class at the Hayward Library. I have a job taking care of a baby boy. I like my job. He is a nice boy.
In 1991, I was born in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. I have always been fortunate to have a lovely mom and an incredible dad. I also have lots of really cool aunts, uncles and primos. San Luis Potosi is a charming colonial city; it is full of baroque art and cobblestone streets. Ever since I was young, I started to like everything about my state – also named San Luis Potosi – and my country. My dad bought me many books about Mexican history. I still like to read about it and m
I read a book about trains. I learned a lot about trains. Many people ride trains. They go to many places. They like to travel. You can see many things from the train. They have windows on the train. You can see trees as you go by the hills on the train. You can see animals. You can see beautiful flowers everywhere. You can see birds flying around in the sky. At night you can see bright lights. Sometimes you can see the sun come up in the morning time. Sometimes y