Who did you work with to compose your life-choice memoir? Was this a good approach?
I mainly worked with my best friend to figure out the best way to understand my story. It would have been better if I didn't have to have FaceTime her.
What rhetorical mode and genre are you using?
I'm not sure what that means
When did you write this project? Good approach?
I began working on my narrative Friday, October 12th. , I didn't time manage well enough and finished it last minute. I wish I didn't have so much going on this week maybe it would have been better.
Where did you write this project? Good approach?
My car around two in the morning is the best place for me to write. I'm able to shut out the outside world. It's just me and nothing else.
Why did you choose to write about your chosen topic? Good choice? I didn't realize that I was writing about it intel I was done. Maybe it was something that I finally had to come to terms with.
How did it feel to write this narrative ("during, after, and since")? Do you have any "if only" moments that can help you revise the draft? Writing this made me feel like when your five and you're at the county fair. You see a clown heading out Balloons, so you start begging your mom for one. Finally, she gives in and the clown head you a blue Balloon you're filled with joy as your mom ties it around your tiny wrist, but you want to hold it. So you untie when she was not looking and just like that it's gone you jump up down to try to get it back but there no point. Your mom says its okay you can get another next time, but it's not the same blue balloon and never will be.