Our coach made us practice moves a thousand time until they were perfect:covering,v-runs,late crosses ,and many more..“There’s no time for rest!” our coach would yell at us when we wanted a brake. Even though it was super tiring and every inch of your body would hurt when you got home it all made us ready for the game. My eyes sprang open like a mouse trap as the obnoxious noise of my alarm clock went off at five a.m. Usually I would just sit there in my pitch black room wanting to go back to sleep,but today I was ready for the game in twelve hours. I was thinking about it all throughout school,and talking to it about with my friend Kyle. He had zero confidence in us which made me kinda disappointed after all that training we did.
I was inundated with an unexpectedly heavy workload in even the first three weeks and ended up pulling my first all-nighter the day before speech day, beginning to compose my personal statement at around 2AM. I stumbled into the auditorium later that afternoon, bleary-eyed and exhausted, and slurred my way through the speech. Needless to say, I lost tragically, and my dreams of becoming the next Barack Obama were temporarily shattered. However, I didn’t let this first loss slow me down. I continued to press forward, completing my sophomore class president speech weeks ahead of time and even laminating it several days before speech day in an effort to present myself in a professional light.
I always have to rush in the morning because I oversleep by accident and Andrew has the same issue. At one part of the story, Andrew oversleeps so much that he misses the bus and has to call his parents to come pick him up. Last year, I accidentally turned off my alarm instead of snoozing it, and as a result of that, I woke up at about 11:30 and the phone call to my dad was not a fun
Holden Caulfield’s story begins on a December Saturday at Pencey Prep School in Pennsylvania, where he 's just been given the ax for failing all his classes except English. As it turns out, getting the ax is a frequent theme in Holden 's past. Before he leaves the school Holden runs to his favorite teacher’s house to say goodbye to him. Back in the dorm, Holden goofs around with Robert Ackley, a pimply and annoying kid. We 're introduced to Holden 's red hunting hat, and we meet his roommate, Stradlater, who is getting ready for a date with Jane Gallagher, an old friend and sort-of romantic interest of Holden 's.
Long-ago on the 1800s there was a man doing his nightly duty, when turning off the lights he was electrocuted and died his boots are still engraved in the cement. Don and Dave were aware of this and wanted to see it up close they arrived at the mill about 10 PM at night the children are very excited to see Lidtke Mill. Don and Dave enter the mill and try to turn on the lights (new lights were installed because it is a tourist destination) but to the children 's surprise the lights don 't work they wonder what it is and
It was a rather bizarre day for the Mystery Shack. Mabel and Stan had run to the grocery store early in the morning. Dipper usually tagged along, but had been up all night reading from his large collection of Two-Minute Mysteries tomes and was not going to get up, even if the Shack caught on fire. "Suit yourself," Mabel said, giving him a kiss on the forehead as the two left together. Dipper simply groaned and turned over.
Fernando began to say good-bye to his friends before he headed up the hill to his house. He typically stayed out until midnight on a regular day playing with friends from his small town, but tomorrow he had to be up early. His older brothers had gotten married a few months ago, so now at the age of 16 it was his turn to go over to the United States or to him “El Norte” to work and support the rest of the family. He woke to a sudden sound of the door opening, it was his dad, Jose, telling him it was time to get up and hurry because they were leaving in a few minutes. Fernando rushed to put on his clothes and carried his small backpack to the kitchen.
While breaking the poem down, line by line, the meaning is deeper. Students typically take the PSAT in October, and then they take the actual SAT in May the following year. The SAT is taken Saturday morning. For college students, Saturday morning is typically when they are sleeping in, or maybe even hungover from the previous night. The third line, “Do not observe the rules of gravity, commas, history” (Hague 513), he may be talking about how history doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter what history has said because it’s just history.
During the dark night of 1986 the small city of Vikings, the disappearance of Willy Baker changes everything. This all started as a regular night for Willy and his friends Mikey, Luke, and Dusty. They were playing their favorite board game like they do every thursday night. “It’s time to go home boys, remember it’s a school night”, said Mikey’s mom, Mrs.Diaz “One more game,” shouted Mikey. “No excuses Mikey” replied Mrs.Diaz a she hugged the boys goodbye.
Mr. Hound, on the other hand, had staff meetings everyday, he expected a report on student and self reflections at the end of each week, he even saw it fit to lock the exits! He had guts but those guts were getting in the way of my smoke breaks. I brought it up, asking him to at least give me a key and he recommended I quit. I recommended he take the ruler out of his rear end. From that day on I started leaning out my window to light up and from that day on, kids actually started focusing in class and grades started to rise.