I definitely think that going to college was a significant milestone in my life because I’m an only child and the first person in my family getting an education abroad. Looking back at freshman year of college, it’s been one seemingly endless roller coaster ride that’s taught me so much. For better and for worse, but more for the better, I see myself as an independent, more mature individual capable of making my own decisions. It was during this experience, where I met some of my best friends, lost friends, been broke, and felt home sick like never before. College helped me discover myself and it is then when I realized how weak I actually was.
I remember my very first job like it was yesterday. My first reaction I can remember was to giggle and laugh because I would be working with my friends when I got hired at McDonald’s that summer and it made me really happy. I remember during orientation that Barbara- my general manager, asked me if I wanted something to drink before I started training. I said no because I was so nervous that day I felt like I would pee my pants if I took the drink. I was excited to be working that summer because I would finally have my own money and could save for school with no help from my parents.
My 10th grade year was the year I had first decided to join fall play. After auditions were announced my friend Emma asked if I would like to audition with her. We had discussed joining fall play the previous year, but at the time, nothing had come of it. This year, however, Emma was determined. She had quit soccer, and for the first time since she was five, needed an extracurricular to fill up her time.
His last film credit was in 2011 when he played Jensen in the post-apocalyptic horror flick Steve Niles' Remains. 10 Poltergeist- Heather O'Rourke Steven Spielberg discovered Heath O’Rourke while she was visiting MGM’s studios with her family and cast her as Carol Anne Freeling in his 1982 horror film Poltergeist. Before her movie role her family had been struggling financially and living in a trailer park but her success helped them all improve their lives and buy a new home. She’s remembered for having the film’s most reconizable line “They’re here!” Heather reprised her role as Carol Anne for the second and third installment of the movie franchise and also had a recurring role on the show Happy Days. Sadly this fledging actress never got to live to her full potential.
At the age of 9, my best friend and I developed the passion of film making. We weren't the most popular boys at school, but that's what school is like for the most of us. The first film we made, if you can call it that, was close to horrible. The both of us were trying to re-enact a movie that we had seen together at the age of 8 which since then had been our favorite movie. None of our classmates had liked it when we made them see it at one of my birthday parties.
When you were first recruited to work for the Avengers as an assistant you laughed when Tony mentioned the traditions that they had. You thought some of them were made up just as a joke to make you feel more comfortable. However, apparently the weekly Disney movie night was something that they all thought could help everyone relax after a tiring week. It was also so that Steve and Bucky could catch up on movies they had missed. Two Sundays ago it was Natasha’s turn to pick a movie.
Homecoming I almost completed my 12th. Yeah almost because I wasn’t confident enough that I would pass my math exam, which I fortunately did pass. So a day before returning home I had this house party at my friends place, which was exclusively thrown for me as a farewell. Though there were only 5 of us – my two best buddies and three of their cousins. But yeah that party was awesome we had a lot of booze as well as had the best quality of weed.
Vintage Movies For Kids A few months ago I made the mistake of watching Frozen. It was dull and long and did nothing for me except get “Doooo you want to build a snowman?” stuck in my head. It’s one of the most popular children’s movies around the world, and a lot of people think I’m crazy. But I started thinking about movies I watched and loved as a kid and found that, decades later, they’re still excellent movies for both kids and adults. Introduce your kids to these old movies on your next movie night.
I was so excited because I got a window seat but my mom was not happy at all, but she was happy that she was with all of her children.when we landed i thought we were going in the water because the landing pad was right in the water but luckily we didn’t. After we landed we took the bus to a rental car place and we were there for two hours and i thought i was going to die because i was so tired and i had nowhere to lay down they just had hard blue chairs. When we finally got our rental car i was expecting an old white van because of how many people we had but we got a new nissan crossover and it was shiny and black and it looked like is has never been used.After we got the car we drove to our hotel and we had got two rooms and the cool thing about those rooms are that they were right next to each other and in between was a door so that we could walk into each others rooms without having to take a key or anything and they were really nice and we had valet
Last year, it was supposed to be my best year at Spring Hill High School. However, that expected best year of my life was ruined by my best friend who I trusted for a very long time. It was the first day of the winter season, I woke up on the right side of the bed so I decided to put on makeup and dress up. I went to school and started to greet everyone but they looked at me like I don 't belong in this school. “Romy, I am sorry, but I got your boyfriend now” Ava shouted at me in the middle of the hallway and kissed my boyfriend, Liam.