My Autobiography

I wrote this in second grade. It was the first time my parents heard about my brain.

My name is Jace Elliott Pooley… I have a sister Keller who is so nice. Of course I am a boy but I am different than you. I cannot talk as most of you can. Words are stuck in my brain and won’t come out… When I write words then I can let somebody know what I want to say.

When I grow up I want to be a scientist.

I also want no one to talk to me like a baby because I am very smart. Only I am unable to talk like you. Only boys and girls that talk get treated the correct age way.

Some way or another I will make a machine that will talk for me and it may work in the water so we can learn about ocean life.

When you see me in the future I will be a nominated award winning person who made a difference in this world

1 thought on “My Autobiography

  1. Kathleen Bast

    Your entry brought me to tears – tears of joy, though! I am blessed to have you as one of my students at Calypso. I have learned so much from you over the years. I’m looking forward to our final year together and am glad to have been a part of this chapter of your life!
    Mrs. Bast


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