On 1/17/2016 SO EMT Perez was dispatched to HG-407. SO EMT Perez knocked and announced his presence at the door. SO EMT Perez was greeted at the door by the resident. The Resident, a Mrs. Elsie Cooperman answered the door and was activly bleeding from her face as she was trying to explain what had happened. SO EMT Perez immediatly began to controll the active bleeding and had Mrs. Elsie Cooperman sit down in a nearby chair while he tried to also calm the resident down so he could get some information about what happened.
As I walk out of Mr.Fiedler’s fourth hour social class, I wonder what kind of mood the evil Mrs.Berntson will be in today. I turn the corner and see all of the seventh graders come out room 224 screaming in fright. Oh great, I thought to myself. I approached the door and carefully step into the classroom making sure nothing jumps out at me. I step into the classroom only to see my witch looking teacher with black hair and warts covering her face standing in the corner of the room.
They could not proceed with the doctor appointment until the translator came. We waited in the waiting room until 11am. Meahar Unisa did her best to keep Humza Abbs entertained with coloring books, reading books, her phone and food ( chips, cookies, water and milk) 11am- The translator (Pradipkumar Shumara) got there. He explained the documents Meahar Unisa needed to sign, so and Humza Abbs could be seen by the doctor. 11:20am-The translator (Pradipkumar Shumara) got there.
Her mom gets the bubble and bath ready. She stated that Victor has watched her to undress when she gets ready for bath. She said it is weird because he is a boy. She commented that Victor has been bad. Bad means that he has been ugly.
The room looked like your typical hospital room and even had the terrible sterile smell. Moving her hands around she found the nurse call button on the side of the bed, she wanted that tube out. The seconds seem to pass like hours, panic started crawling its way through her. One hand reached to
As the party began to wind down, Zoe stayed behind on the pretense of helping Sarah and Janet clean up. Although they had a cleaning crew arriving in the morning, they needed to throw away food and drinks that were left out. While cleaning, she watched John slip into his office, and a moment later, she followed. When she entered, she found him sitting in his chair and stroking his shaft. She locked the door and whispered huskily, "Are you imagining me, Mr.
When you wake up in the morning and open your eyes, you don’t think that you are using psychology to perceive the things around you. You are unconsciously using your senses to see, hear, and feel what’s around you; you simply get up and do your morning routine. Following my patient Savanah around in her daily life I have noticed that she uses psychology all the time and never notices it. When she would sit down in class and listen to the teacher while taking notes; she never knew she was using parallel processing to understand what the teacher is saying and taking notes in the process. When she goes home to start her classwork, she puts all distractions aside so she can focus and get her work done promptly.
I take a seat in the chair beside the desk where the nurse starts entering information into the computer. I pull up my sleeve of my beige sweater just above my elbow. After she is done, I return to the waiting room until they are ready to bring me back for treatment. This time a nurse with straight brown hair that came down to her shoulders came out of the large automatic doors separating the waiting room from the hallway leading to the rest of the rooms in the office and said “Eleanor Bowman”. I give both my sons a hug and they wish me luck before I go back with the
The day was going by fast up until a teacher wrote her up for dress code violation. Not only did a teacher write her up, but she had to go the nurse’s office, change clothes, and wear a baggy, bright shirt that said “dress code violator.” Natalie refused to wear the shirt and when she asked why she couldn’t wear what she had on since according to the rules, she wasn’t violating anything, the nurse answered like any other worker in an American school: “the yoga pants are too tight and revealing, and we just don’t want any distractions.” Ever since Natalie’s dress code violation, her school banned yoga pants and leggings. You would think these are made up stories, but these are actual school situations that have made headlines on news articles. Hillary Clinton once said, ‘human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights. Let us forget that among those rights are the right to speak freely – and the right to be heard.” Some people might say
A froot loop cereal necklace. When Lindsay first put the cereal down Faith said, “Cereal, I want some!” I told Faith we should go wash our hands since she had glue all over them. She followed me into the other room to wash her hands. Cole was in there and Faith said, “He is being bad.” After her hands were all washed we went back into the other room to start her
My mouth spoke opposingly. “No, I’m fine Mrs. Owens!” I turned towards the door and saw that Jack had returned. Oh, why was he taking forever to sign in? When he finally went back to his seat, I ran towards the door and sloppily signed out. As I ran down the fifth grade hallway, I searched for the closest bathroom.
Once she got home from school, her mind was already made up. She knew she had to do something. Walking into the bathroom, she hesitantly locked the door and made her way to the toilet. For the next several minutes, she repeatedly shoved her shaking fingers down her throat, desperately trying to make herself gag. After many unsuccessful tries, she was finally able to cough up the remains of lunch.
Then, our parents walked in. “Don’t videotape me,” I whispered to my mom as she passed me on her way to an empty seat. She just smiled, looking amused. By that time, the fourth graders had started walking into the room and sitting down on the floor in front