Nice. I've always wondered why the kanji for carrot has the character for person in it. Although it's in the first slot, not the second: 人参。
I regret to inform you that you aren't using も correctly. It replaces another particle like が or を and so it has to have something before it. To begin a clause with an "also" you'd want to use そして or maybe あと.
Just thought I'd drop in to say that producing something of your own using the language you're learning is a great way to cement things in your memory, so it's pretty awesome that you are putting your Japanese to use this way.
Let others believe in the God who brings men to trial and judges them. I shall cling to the God who resurrects the dead. -St. Nikolai Velimirovich