In 1751, at age sixteen, Adams attended Harvard College. Adams's father desired that he become a minister, however, John was unsure about his career. He taught at Worcester, giving him some extra time to think about his future career. 'After much reflection, he decided to become a lawyer and studied law in the office of James Putnam, a prominent lawyer in Worcester. In 1758, Adams was admitted to the bar. From an early age, he developed the habit of writing descriptions of events and impressions of men which are scattered through his diary. He put the skill to good use as a lawyer, often recording cases he observed so that he could study and reflect upon them.' (the words in the ' and ' are taking from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Adams)
1. My favorite color is red. 2. My favorite food is watermelon. 3. I want to be a politician. 4. I am the oldest of seven children. 5. I like to collect coins. 6. I enjoy creating websites. 7. I love to read. 8. I pretend to make my own countries. 9. I created a constitution for my family. 10. I'm not sure what else to write right now!