I scored a few goals on him unassisted. I am a good center-man. Hockey gives me self-esteem.
My family helps me a lot. My adopted mother Marion gets me cigarettes at her apartment and gives me some when I need them. She also emails me at school. I have two sisters and two brothers-in-laws. I have a niece and three nephews. My adopted father Walter helps me take my bottles to the Depot. Ed is my real father. I go see him and my step-mother Mo. I visit both my families.
I go to school at the Spring Garden Road Library. We read horoscopes, work on math, and look for obituaries. We eat subs together. I do word searches at home for homework. Sarah thinks I do I wonderful job in the program and is proud.
By Jean Dignard
Captain William Spry Library, Adult Learning Program
I am going to the Salvation Army Camp at the end of May. Women go at the end of May and men go in early June. Both men and women go to camp in September.
I like to play games and go for walks when I am at camp. People from all over Nova Scotia go to these camps. I meet many nice people there.
By Janice Hudson
Spring Garden Library Tutor
I’ve been working with my learner, Chris, for the past two years. Like many first-time tutors, I was nervous at the beginning and didn’t really know what to expect. However, my fears subsided after my first few sessions with Chris. As I became a more confident tutor, he became a more confident reader.