I always have a dream to be a little calligrapher. But before I went to primary school, I couldn't write a single word. After school, the teacher taught me to read, write and learn knowledge. Over the past year, I have learned a lot of new words. But my writing is not beautiful. It's often a mess. I'm very depressed. When I see some students' work books are clean and neat and praised by the teacher in the whole class, I feel very bad. I envy them and feel very ashamed for myself.
My mind was soon discovered by my careful father. He kindly said to me, "if you want to write well, first of all, you need to standardize your writing posture, pay attention to correct your bad writing habits; keep your body upright, back straight, head slightly lower, and hold your pen steadily." Mr. Chen, the teacher in charge of the class, often tells us: "when you write, you should be careful and patient. You can write with each stroke, so that you can write beautifully and neatly." I remember the words of the teacher and father, and make up my mind to change the bad habit of perfunctory and careless!
This summer vacation, I signed up for the calligraphy interest class and learned more writing skills, which benefited me a lot. Now my writing has made great progress, I also have a lot of self-confidence, because after hard work, I found myself a little calligrapher!