The time between putting stuff in my dad’s big RV and everyone doing last minute preparations, such as doing their hair, felt like the longest part of the day. I started getting anxious, but before I could start complaining, we finally all got in the car, ready to go. The trunk was filled up with luggage and snacks and other miscellaneous items. It was a tight ride that took approximately 8 hours to get to Florida. I didn’t get that much sleep last night,
The sun was shining down on me, and I didn’t want to wear the hat my mom had brought so I left it in the car. It was dusty everywhere, and when I kicked my feet, the dust would come up like smoke all around me. My aunt Karen took us to her office. We had to wait for about 30 minutes because she was working that morning. She programs computers for the zoo.
I took a Cis intro to computers class, which was required to graduate. The first day I went 30 minutes late because I had the class at the worst time. The class started at 2 and that was right after u-hour so parking was horrible. I came an hour and a half earlier thinking I was going to find parking but boy was I wrong about that. It took me about 25 minutes to get to school and when I got to the parking structure it took me an hour
I would work late nights and have to be in at 7am the next morning with little sleep. The store closed at 11 and they would always schedule the same people to open the store after closing the night before. One week you would get lots of hours and the next the supervisors would schedule you to work two 4 hours shifts and have no hours. While working there depending on that job for my car payment and my monthly bills and having a non-consistent schedule, it was always a big stress issue. Along with school with studying and homework on top of that.
In this picture there are multiple things that happened and changed my life extremely. My main characters are my Father Michael Emery, and my mom Wendy Kautz in this picture there is a Demolition Derby car sitting on a trailer all beat up in my old driveway on East Eckman in South Bend, Indiana. So one sunny, bright Friday morning sparks were flying and work is being accomplished for a big day Saturday night at the South Bend Motor Speedway. When I was only 8 years old my dad was running the derby every weekend and he had to weld everything together and I would watch and once he said,“Son one day you can do this on your own and be successful in life.” I took that statement to heart and now I say to myself time fly’s and he was right just like he had said 9 years ago i’m working 2 jobs and very successful. When I continued to see him weld I took interest and wanted to be just like him, he was skilled and a hard worker and still is to this day he no longer welds but is a supervisor for Comcast.
I have older brother who during this time isolated himself and was never home, and we didn’t have any immediate family, the only person to care for them and the house was me. After each parent had a major surgery, I began to pay the bills—write checks, make doctors appointments, disperse medication, clean bandages, clean the home, make dinner—anything that was essential to running a household. I would sneak off campus during lunch to run home and check on my parents, and stay up late after they had gone to bed to get homework done and then be early to make breakfast and make sure they were situated for the
I had to make life changes which included eating at work at 5pm or 6pm because I get home at 8pm or sometimes 10pm and that makes me eat and sleep late. This has lasted for 10yrs. I also had to join a walk for life group where we go out for walks during midday for 30minutes at least 3 time a week. Using pedometers to ensure I count about ten thousand steps (10,000) a day by taking longer routes and parking my car at a distance, so I can walk to the office. My diet has also changed to low carbohydrates and taking breakfast which I never did over the years because I leave home very early by quarter to six in the morning.
To be honest, I think the movie is nothing without Brody playing as Wladyslaw Szpilman. Surprisingly, Brody is actually not Polanski’s first choice as Wladyslaw Szpilman. After being chosen, Brody puts in a lot of effort for the movie and his role. In order to be really able to play Szpilman, someone who lost his family and had been starving for a long time, Brody isolated himself by leaving his apartment, stopping to watch any television and by selling his car. For over six weeks, Brody had practiced piano every single day.
Home Alone By Jacob Gruttner It was 2 pm on a Saturday in New York City and I was bored out of my mind. There were four feet of snow on the ground and because of this I knew my parents would be home later than usual. I could only rely on my data to text, which was running out, and mac and cheese for dinner. I thought that this was the worst thing about that day... but it wasn’t. After grieving about how horrible this day was, I decided to turn on the tv and watch “Catfish The TV Show.” After about five minutes of Catfish, a breaking news alert popped up on the TV.
I have lived in the orphanage for ten years. My parents died when I was only 5 we had a break in and both my parents were killed that was the worst day of my life. I have a twin brother named Liam and he should be at work right about now he works at an old car shop making Hardly enough to feed him and I every night. Liam walks through the door, slamming it “Tough day?” I ask “Yeah,” He said as he was taking a deep breath “They refused to pay me just because I got some of my lunch on the floor,” said Liam annoyed. Mrs. Jones walks into the room and said that she wanted to see Liam and I she said that someone was looking to adopt and wanted to see us.