And while Frankenstein’s monster took less than an hour to come into this world, young Frankenstein (remember that one, too?!) put his mother through 14 hours of labor. No word on whether or not there was a thunderstorm the night of the birth but after this interesting coincidence we certainly can’t rule anything out. Speaking of interesting birthdays, it appears that Oskar has an aunt who shares the same birthday (August 30) as the original Frankenstein author, Mary Shelley, who wrote the original novel more than a century ago. I do wonder, though: will baby Oskar opt to throw birthday parties or go trick-or-treating…or both?
In my book “Parvana’s journey” the characters characteristics has changed a lot. Parvana, Asif, Hassan, and even Leila has changed. In the beginning of the book Parvana was always looking on the bright side, she thought everything will be okay but towards the end, she had lost hope. I know this because one, she had been walking to find her mother ever since her dad died but she had no luck .To add, the house she found Leila and Leila’s grandmother in had been destroyed by bombs from the planes. The grandmother died from the bombings because she couldn't walk.
However I’m still not sure who was more excited, me or the dog. But, not all good hunts start out on a good note… the first flight of the morning was not very productive and we might have killed one or two by 8 o'clock. I was starting to wonder if Daisy would even get to make a retrieve or not. We would get the occasional one or two mallards fly around but they would not act interested with what our decoy spread had to offer. All of a sudden one lonely hen mallard comes floating right above our decoy spread.
As a childhood I had everything Winnie The Pooh. I had a Winnie blanket, sheets, and pillows. Before I was born when my parents were agreeing to Winnie for my nursery they were looking for Winnie The Pooh blinds and couldn't find them. So my dad got Winnie The Pooh fabric and made my blinds. And that's saying a lot considering I've never seen my dad sew anything.
As a five- year old all heard was the word “Springs”, and thinking that my parents were talking about a city made of giant trampolines. When we finally arrived in Colorado Springs, I admit that I was a little disappointed, as it was not a city made of giant trampolines. Colorado Springs was just a normal city far away from home with a name that misleads five- year olds like myself. I vaguely remember going on excursions to all sorts of waterfalls, and mountains, and trails. Being five years old I did not really care much or
Texas Giant Chaos I woke up feeling terrified that day, just the thought of riding on a roller coaster and the possibility of flying off made me shiver in fear. It would be my first time ever going to Six Flags, and knowing all of the 8th graders were going, I wouldn’t dare miss it for the world. Although my classmates would say that I looked quite thrilled about it, truth be told, inside I was screaming for help. Once we entered the premises I knew I had to figure out a plan: do not end up sitting in one of those crazy wild amusement park attractions. As everyone got off the bus, I joined my friends, who were ecstatic that we finally made it and were making plans on which rides they would get on first.
Ever since Moon Shadow was a little boy he wanted to go to the Golden Mountain. But his mother didn’t allow him to, only his father would leave home to work in the demon land. Growing up his mother would never answer any of his questions about the demon land. But the reason she would never talk about it was because she was scared. Finally after a while his grandmother started to feel sorry for him and told Moon some things about the Golden Mountain.
This year, I was invited to my friend’s birthday at Disneyland. I was hesitant about going, since I’ve only ever been on rides like Mad Tea Party, It’s a Small World, and Haunted Mansion. I knew all of my friends loved rides like Matterhorn, and Splash Mountain. As scared and hesitant as I was, I knew that my friends would never force me on a ride I wouldn’t want to go on. So I went, the first ride of course, was the Matterhorn.
I was super excited to go on the ride. As we from ride to ride, we eventually made our way to the zipper. According to the rules you MUST have someone go on the ride with you. My mom never liked roller coasters, so she wasn’t an option. My brother was too young.
I full of excitement (Absolute), got to packing as soon as I found out. We got there by driving I believe my parents realized their mistake at about hour two because of hearing "are we almost there" every couple of minutes. We left at night so that we could sleep most of the ride, but I couldn’t, I was so excited. When we finally got there, it was amazing and all I had seen was the hotel room. We stayed in the resort so that things were more continent.