Introducing Miles

Hey, blogging community! My name is Miles, and I love everything that has to do with computers in school. I have a little brother that just turned eight.  Sometimes he can be very annoying. Me, my brother, my Mom, and my Dad all speak Dutch. I also like playing basketball, reading, video games, playing with friends and especially playing soccer.

You really don’t want to know how annoying brothers can be. And seriously, when my friends come over and my brother wants to go on the computer, or when my friends invite me to the movies, my brother can start crying, fighting, or simply going crazy.

I’m on the B team for soccer, but maybe I’ll move to  the A team next year. My favorite soccer game/tournament was in White Plains. The most fun part was we won first place, but for some reason it was also more fun playing in the rain.

Almost every Friday I go to my friend’s house, or they come to mine. With our time together we mostly play video games, or play outside. Sometimes (about once every 2 weeks) we have sleepovers.

My top 5 video games are Roblox, Pokken Tournament, Mario Galaxy 2, Minecraft, and Call Of Duty. My favorite video game consoles are Wii U, PS4, 3ds, Computer, and Xbox 1.

I read a lot of books. I read 500 page book in about a week(mostly). Mostly I like to read fantasy, but I’m OK with realistic fiction. I also read in Dutch, my original language. Once I was even reading 5 books at once. That’s one reason I sometimes take a long time. I switch.

If you ever have a question, then you can ask it in a comment. Have fun blogging and reading blogs!
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2 thoughts on “Introducing Miles”

  1. Hello Miles, It’s Ari I never knew you liked Mario Galaxy 😮
    I never played that game, maybe you could explain it to me?
    Also, on your 3ds you should get Pokemon Alpha Sapphire/ Pokemon Omega Ruby their really fun games!

  2. Miles,
    It has been a pleasure getting to know you this year. You have truly grown so much this year. I know you love fantasy books, but I am happy you also like realistic fiction. It’s a good idea to read some of each genre every year. It helps you develop different skills and sometimes it can surprise you that you might ned up liking a different genre. Ms. Schorr always has good book recommendations. You should try mystery.
    Have a great summer!
    Mrs. Assatly

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