Hatchet

        Thirteen-year-old Brian Robeson is going to finally see his father who divorced his Mom. While in flight, the pilot suddenly has a heart attack and the one engine plane crashes. Brian is stranded alone in the Canadian wilderness, he has no supplies except a windbreaker and a hatchet that his mom gifted him for his birthday and the horrible secret that has been ripping him apart since they divorced. Now, anger or sadness will not help him survive. It will take courage and determination. Will he survive or will he fail and get eaten up by mother nature? To find out, read this book by Gary Paulsen.

          I think this is a very interesting book and it is full of heart racing moments. It is so hard to put this book down. This is a must read. That finishes my blog for today make sure to check out my last blog, like, follow, and have a great day. Auf Wiedersehen!

How to Be Fit

        Since it is the off-season for my baseball and basketball I work out a lot because I have nothing to do. Being fit has many steps I will take how I worked out yesterday as an example. My first part of the day does not start with some thing having to do with fitness it starts with my head. At 6:00 A.M. I read until 6:30, then I blog until 7:30. Then I go to swim practice from 8:00 to 9:00. When I get home I eat breakfast. Then I go on a three mile run. Then I come home and relax for about half an hour and then I go on a bike ride, yesterday I went to 7-eleven because it was free slushy day at 7-eleven and that was a total 2 miles. It doesn’t stop there though, sure I was done working out, but you still have to eat right and get 10-12 hours of sleep a day.

          That concludes my post for today, make sure to like, follow, and check out my last post! A hoi hou!