BC: And so it begins....
FC: Cole Corkery | The Daily Corkery
1: Page 2: Letters to the Editor Page 4: Scientific Observation Page 6: Family Legacy Page 10: Statistical Analysis Page 12: Poem Page 14: Option Page Page 16: Last Chapter and Summary | Table of Contents
2: That article about you snowboarding was so funny!! My first time seeing you on hogsback and you fell on your face!!! Haha it's ok it was only your second week. - Casey, Mukilteo | Letters to | That article about us on the ski bus is hilarious!!! We had good times on the ski bus, haha that was a fun few weeks -Belal, Lynnwood, WA
3: When you talked about your first time snowboarding was so true. I took you on the backside your second week, oh that was fun -Alex, Millcreek, WA | That article about us on the ski bus is hilarious!!! We had good times on the ski bus, haha that was a fun few weeks. -Belal, Lynnwood, WA | the Editor
4: The wonderful Cole lives in Snohomish, Washington. This species was found by the Corkery's on June 10, 2000. He was found by Craig and Amy Corkery. They were surprised to find him with rolls, he had rolls on rolls. The Cole, is known to eat many types of foods. These foods range from meat to vegetables, but the Cole is mainly a carnivore. He is known for stealing food out of pantries and stashing it in his room. He mainly eats the well known Cheeseburger, and a lot of fries. His habitat is in his home, in Snohomish Washington. He's known to stay in his room all day sometimes, but if he's feeling good, he will go outside and play a strange sport. We have named the sport Basketball. When he's tired after being outside, he sits in his garage and chugs a few Gatorade's. | Scientific
5: The Cole is generally a happy animal. What makes him happy the most is when he's surrounded with food and a TV. When it's nice outside, he likes to be around friends and a basketball hoop, he sometimes enjoys occasional long-boarding. Sometimes, the Cole gets very angry. He gets angry when people disturb his sleep, take his food, or mess with his bed. The Cole is 5' 4", and he weighs in at around 105-110 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He is known to styling his hair every morning as that becomes as a habitat. His blood type is A, and he is not know donating as he hates getting blood drawn. The Cole usually migrates from his room to the kitchen to get food. He rarely migrates to the laundry room to do chores. He enjoys migrating to his beach house on Whidbey Island with his family. It's also usual to spot the Cole migrate outside to his fried s after school. | Observation | Height: 5' 4" Weight: 110 Age: 13 Species: Coleous Moleous Habitat: Snohomish WA
6: Family | My Dad's side of the family is from Ireland. They transferred over by boat. My Dad is a brother of 3 brothers and 1 sister. My grandmother has 3 sisters and my Grandfather has 1 brother and had 2 sisters. On my dad's side I have 5 cousins, and I have 16 second cousins from my Dad's side. | My Grandfathers, Steve Conklin and Phil Ingersoll, both played baseball. The grandfather on my Mom's side, Phil Ingersoll, played for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Farm League. The Grandfather on my Dad's side, Steve Conklin, played baseball for Seattle University, he played for 4 years. He just was recently inducted to the Seattle U Hall of Fame for Athletics. | This is about my family and I. I was born June 10th, 2000. My real name is Colburn Alan Corkery. My first name, Colburn, was given to me by my dad, it was his great grandmothers maiden name. I was born at Stevens Hospital. | My Mom's side, for all I know, is from Germany. My mom has one sister. My Grandma has two sisters, and one is a half sister. My Grandpa has 2 brothers. On my moms side I have 1 cousin, 1 second cousin.
7: Legacy | My Great Grandma on my Mom's side, Eunice Bell, grew up on a farm in South Dakota. She lived so far out she had to ride a horse to school everyday. My Great Grandmother on my Dad's side, Vada May Corkery, was recently honored in the Seattle Children's Orthopedic Guild for her years of work, she cataloged years of the Seattle Children's Hospital's research. | My Great Grandfather on my Dad's side, Jack Robert Corkery, served in World War II. He served in the Coast Guard. He died two years ago in 2012. My Great Great Grandfather, David Bell, founded and developed Bell's beach, on Whidbey Island.
8: Family | The biological side of my Dad's family, the Corkery's, have been generous supporters of Seattle Prep. Yes that's right, my Dad's side of the family, has two sides. One side is his biological side, which is the Corkery's, the other side is the Conklin's. My Dad's biological father, Craig Alan Corkery Sr. belonged on the Corkery's side. He married my Grandmother, Mary Honora Conklin, and had my Dad. | Jack R. Corkery | VadaMay Corkery | But when my Grandmother was pregnant with my dad, her husband and my biological Grandfather, Craig, died. So after my Dad was born, my Grandmother married my Grandfather, Steve Conklin. She then started a family with him and that's how the Conklin's side of my Dad's side came about. My biological Grandfather, Craig, had 1 brother and 1 sister. His parents were Jack and Vada May Corkery. I know this might be confusing, but if you think about it, it makes sense.
9: Legacy | In 1928, the Donavan & Corkery Logging Company was created. It was created by my Great Great Grandfather, George Corkery Sr. The company was local. The company was well supported throughout western washington. | Donovan and Corkery Logging Company | Overall, what I've learned from my family from athletics to community service, is that I want to follow in their footsteps. What I mean by that is I want to be like them, I want to be a donor like they were and help out with The Children's Hospital and other places.
10: Statistical | This is a chart that shows what I do in hours throughout the year. The categories are watching the Seahawks, sleeping, playing sports, time at school, time on my phone, and being bored, which is staring at a wall. The picture to the left is a statistical analysis of my life. I have played a lot of sports and worked hard in school which i hope to continue throughout my life.
11: the | Analysis
12: Poem | I have motivation Whether if it's sports or school I have motivation Motivation to me Is to have willingness to do so something I have motivation To do well in school Because I want to make my parents proud I have motivation To succeed in sports Because I want to show what I'm capable of I am motivated I am willing To make my family proud And show them what I'm capable of
14: NFC Championship | Seattle Seahawks
15: Super Bowl and After | Super Bowl Champions!!!
16: Next Chapter | What I want to accomplish in high school is to get a good education and do well in school. I also want to be a help to or community by doing community service. My life goal is to have a well sustained job, and be well educated. I also wouldn't mind having a profession in a sport. In high school, I want to play soccer and maybe basketball. I'm going to Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High School, and I want to go to The University of Washington or Western Washington University.
17: In Life