They also went to Lincoln Park Zoo where Junie wanted to stop and go in but Petunia Said no she didn’t want to become an inmate at the zoo so they just kept going and Site seed from the bus. CHAPTER 4 JUNIE MOON AND THE GOLD FISH TRAVEL TO THE WINDY CITY BY HELEN PENDLETON We hadn’t been home from Woodstock very long before Petunia got the urge to travel again.
She went to go get a drink of water. Then i asked if she wanted to go to my house and she said yes so we both went. My mom was cooking something but i didn't know what it was.
Others waiting hours for their announcements, mums counting and clapping down the clicking clocks pointer, continuously replying to their complaining children. Listening to snippets of conversations by passing different people on my way to their gate. Boredom, impatience and anticipation solved by their MP3 players or taking their typical wonder trips down to the duty-frees. Identifying the smells of fading perfumes that the women are wearing, Chanel, Dior, Prada closely smelled with the popcorn and freshly prepared chicken sandwiches bought by busy business
I was minding my own business walking down the street like any normal human, when i saw this advertisemnt poster for a waterproof toaster in a window. this was something unheard of! i was totally amazed and disregarded the look of the building that looked as if it were run by a gang of rats and mice. when i entered it smelled of cheap cologne and rotten milk, but i didnt falter in my steps as i walked towards the counter with an excited expression.
When we finally got to the zoo, we met my Aunt Karen at a special gate, and she swiped a card to let us in. We got to park in the employees’ parking lot. We didn’t have to walk very far. It was really hot that day, and it hadn’t rained in a long time. 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 rumbled as he drove it cautiously out of the parking lot. The drive was as quick as it was in the morning. She answered her mom’s questions about school as she went through the motions of every day. She did her homework and read her book, waiting for her dad to come
We started walking to Walmart not realizing it was that far away. At first everything was good, there was people in cars passing us so we could have some light then we took a turn and it was complete darkness. Thank God we had Nolan with us to protect us if anything happened because it was just three girls and one guy. After walking for about 15 minutes on that road, we started to seem a light appear from the distance. It was Walmart.
Then, rara told to eat fish and then rara eat . lalu, rara asked her mother and sister, "bu .. ka .. you can think of where this fish ?? , "asked rara" from the bucket. " Answer Nurma pointing his bucket where the fish are located.
In the short story "A & P", John Updike explains how Sammy is a young man working as a cashier. One day three young ladies come into the supermarket half dressed wearing only their swimsuits. Sammy is intrigued by these young women, along with everyone else in the supermarket. Sammy watches their every move, as the girls made their selections. Sammy tries to play the hero at the end of the story; however he may have been his own worst enemy.
Sunshine And Rain The bell rang in the late afternoon, I slowly packed my books, pencils and postcards from my eight years friends from primary school to middle school. Cowarded hallways, where usually were full of laughter, were the loneliest places at the time. I walked out of school with my heavily heart that towarded to my home, hard to forget. It was too hard to say goodbye.
That is when he came in, even though her back was to the door she heard the bell and the the hush that fell over the diner in anticipation as to what would happen between the two of them. He walked up to the counter and sat on a stool oblivious to the fact that everyone had their eyes on him. Jeannette finished taking the order of the couple she was serving and went behind the counter to put it on the order wheel taking her sweet old time. As she was walking towards Chris she could practically feel the stares of everyone in the place. “Stupid, tiny town,” she grumbled under her breath.
For the fact was that industrial urban America was busy transforming material life, substituting machine-made products for those once produced by hand” (Ewen, 64). Others hated this new America where all the fresh air was gone and they spent all their time indoors. One Italian women said “‘Where are the green fields and open spaces in America?... All about me was the harshness of brick and stone and the stinking smell of crowded poverty’” (Ewen, 61).
“I really want DQ” said Brook. Kelsey agreed with Brook in going to DQ and was hoping Megan and Sami would want to go too. However Megan said “But I want to eat tacos at Taco Bell”. “Yeah taco bell sounds way better right now” said Sami.
The scenery in these chapters were very vivid and made me feel as though I was in the story. For example, The curving bay with the waves creaming on the sand, the dunes country around seaside and right at the bottom of the hill, the
Mrs. Henley my foster mom stands behind me at the front door so that the social worker won’t have to come inside and Mr. Henley stands behind her in silence nursing the cigar in his mouth. I 'm afraid to look at him. I can feel his hands all over me, I can still taste his drunken sour tongue in my mouth. I still feel him violating my youth. He 's not the first, he 's only one of the many who 's raped me, I 'm 10 years old, and I’m not a virgin.