I arrived at Aunt Rachel’s house for my first summer at Maycomb. When I first arrived, Aunt Rachel was very glad to see me. We ate dinner and then Aunt Rachel forced me to retreat to bed. Early the next morning I got dressed and ate breakfast until my stomach was satisfied with the meal. I went outside to relax in Aunt Rachel’s collard patch.
When we walked in my dad went to the desk to check in Hunter. While my dad checked Hunter in my sisters and I took a seat on this wooden bench which was located in the back of the room. A couple minutes later the veterinarian came out and called Hunters name. At this point Hunter was so excited to be at the vet that he started pulling Krista. Hunter was pulling Krista to the point that Krista almost fellWhen we finally got into the small rectangle room the veterinarian placed Hunter on this table to do his exam to make sure he is healthy.
Finally, the snow quit falling. It had snowed for two days straight and now we had to go back to school. The plows had finished plowing, and they put all the snow in the recess area of the school. They formed two hills. When lunch came I asked my friends, we were in fifth grade, if they wanted to play on the big hill and they said sure.
Went the whistle as we started off passing the ball to each other. “ Pass the ball over here” I yelled with all my might. With my speed I started dashing on the edge of the field all the way to side of the goal. I quickly evaded the defender and in the distance I heard “ Cross the Ball” said Player Number 1 . With all the force I possessed in me, I punted the ball to my teammate and with his strength he leaped to head the ball into the goal and scored the first goal!
Chuck Thomas says, “Enoch Olinga was a big hit at Penn Center in the early 70’s. He visited a couple of communities and spoke at Penn Center.” Chuck’s mother, Helen Thomas adds, “Enoch Olinga came to Adams Run and gave a talk in front of Alberta Deas house. In Frogmore, I cooked breakfast for him! Everything for breakfast was already laid out. He spoke and when he left the meeting everyone followed him like the Pied Piper.” Alberta contributes: “Preparation was made for Mr. Olinga to speak at my home the evening of his arrival in South Carolina.
We ran up the stairs and out onto the field to warm up. During warmups Coach Dietrich cam up to me and said, “You nervous?” “Yeah,” I replied, as I was as nervous as I’d ever been. “That’s good, you should be” he said and returned to the sideline. After warm ups we went to the sideline for the National Anthem. Then, we ran to the middle of the of the field as the announcer called our names, and t “Lets go boys, ball out on three, one, two, three,” Shouted Caleb as loud as a megaphone (simile), once the team reached the center.
My Best Horse Show On a bright monday morning in June my family and I were packing to start heading for the state horse show that I was in. As my dad pulled into the driveway with the camper he honked the horn and said, ”Bring all of your pakings and lets hit the road.” We are traveling all the way to perry GA. with our neighbors. My mom and dad was driving separate because someone had to haul the horses so I decided to ride with my mom incase something happened. As my mom and I were driving down the road my dad said on the walkie talkie, “that there was something laying on the road and that we needed to switch lanes.” So we did and later on down the road there was a car that was laying upside down. We noticed that the thing we saw
And on that Friday was my first time. When school ended at 2:31, all members were to go to the cafeteria to get ready. I started by putting on my snowpants, then boots, and then my wrist guards(glove-like things that protect a snowboarders wrists when they fall. )Finally I put on my gloves and coat. About five minutes later, the bus arrived and I got on.
I remember thinking of my trainer’s words, “Anything is possible”. I jumped up at the right moment. My head connected perfectly with the ball and I drilled it into the top right corner of the net. There was no way the goalie could get her hands on it. I turned and saw my trainer on the Header sideline and he was going crazy!
On the first play we did an option and i took it and ran all the way in the end zone. We have the best comeback team in the state and that 's what we were showing off. I returned it to the 20 yard line with only 10 seconds left i ran it all the way into the end zone but i went down right around the line and we couldn 't tell if it was a touchdown. We had one second and we snapped it and they did an all team blitz i had johnny toss it to me touchdown we had won the crowd roared. I looked around there were flags we had not been set long enough.
I got a phone call one night when I was on my way to go feed my horse that she got out of her pasture and was in someone’s yard. We did not know how she got out but after looking at the fence we found a place where it had come down. The next morning I put her back out into her pasture after the fence got fixed thinking she won’t get out again. I was at school and my first class of the day had just started when I got a phone call. It was someone telling me that my horse had jumped the electric fence and got herself stuck between that and the wooden fence.
Abbas Miski almost got over the line for the Bears, but on the next play winger Joe Burgess scored in the left corner to open the account for the Bears. Norths went on the attack again and looked like scoring until Omar Slaimankhel intercepted and ran 80 metres until Eli Levido ran him down in a tackle that would have made Scott Sattler proud. There were some physical collisions throughout the
We arrive at Herrick twenty five minutes before my horseback lesson, scheduled for eight in the morning. My coach, Kathy, wants me in the ring, on my horse at eight. As I walk across the ranch yard, Kathy sees me and calls out "You 're on Bingo." Bingo. I am riding that sweet old boy.