I watched “Babar à la ville”. In this episode, Babar tells his children of the time he ventured out of the forest and into the town. At first he was having fun playing with the children at the playground, but as he traveled farther into town, he was almost run over by careless people in cars and on foot. However, he did meet a nice old lady, who helped him cross the streets. In good spirits once again, Babar spotted mountains of fruit next to a grocery store.
He couldn’t stand it any longer, his life has become a complete rut of an existence. He thought to himself “If I take the elderly man up on his offer, what’s the harm? I really don’t believe in all that mumbo jumbo anyways. I could be living the good life like the leaders of this country do and not have the life a bum.” He wanted more. So, on that brisk August night he walked down Wilmer Street and to his joy he found the old man sitting there, whistling an almost sweet tune.
When Hassan and Amir are playing together it’s sunny, “I can still see Hassan up in that tree, sunlight flickering through the leaves…” the sunlight is connected to the happiness surrounding the good time Hassan and Amir are having. (Hosseini, pg. 3) When Baba is diagnosed with cancer, it’s also raining, another representation of sadness. Finally, at the end of the book, when Sohrab isn’t speaking with anyone, it’s raining, “Sohrab stayed under the canopy for a moment, then stepped back out into the rain.” The rain just happens to cease, and after a little kite flying, Sohrab smiles. (Hosseini, pg.
Pittsburgh holds a special place in my heart. I can still see the cars and busses whizzing by as I waited to cross the street, the smell of Primanti Bros still lingering in the air. I see the the cloudless blue sky in a warm day in May. I still remember the harmonies bouncing off the walls as the York County Honors Choir sang our hearts out in the building, with the music growing, almost as if the entire city was singing along with us. The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair reintroduced me to Pittsburgh.
“I see a rainbow over the bridge. I see people working hard and sweating bullets. I see old men greeting their friends and mommas laughing with their babies.” Simon sighed happily and wiped his mouth with his napkin. The sounds of a harmonica hit his ears and he knew Elliot was on his way. Elliot soon appeared in the alley.
I can hear my friends approaching and that breaks my focus, but I do my best to stay in the moment. After some time admiring the view, we begin to walk along one of the trails that goes along the rim. We share a few laughs, but the view itself is too overpoweing and that keeps drawing my eye. I do my best to keep my friends enterained, never getting too close to the edge of the canyon and have a great time. We continued to explore the area for a few hours and but then the sun began to fall low on the horizon, the clouds and rain began to move in.
His tone shifts, however, when he talks about a childhood of viewing nature out of a car window. He employs a reminiscent tone to appeal to the emotions of the readers, making them, too, yearn to relive their childhood days of family car rides. Louv writes, “In our useful boredom, we used our fingers to draw pictures on fogged glass as we watched the telephone poles tick by. We saw birds on the wires and combines in the fields” (lines 62-65). This imagery paints a picture of the nature one sees as a child and helps the reader relive the experience.
Eventually I fell asleep, listening to music on my iPod wondering when we 'll reach our destination. Watching the night go by in a blur, hoping that I will spot a deer. Soon after I fell asleep, my father wakes me up to tell me we are at our hunting blind. Quietly, I slide out of the truck and
A young man of 19 years old is currently walking down the street enjoying the musical buzz of his bluetooth headphones. The young man has a lazy content smile on his face not most can have it's a smile only so few have the experience of truly showing because of morality and standards put on them by their parents. The young man is leaving school and heading to the park to enjoy the peacefulness of nature, when he suddenly hears a loud yell over his headphones he pulls the headphones down and looks around. “Derrick!! hey bro are you hopping on Twilight Siege tonight?
I love going to the park with my brother and just chilling in the cool breeze playing soccer it's really relaxing and stress easing from all this school work. Lastly in this category i have is going to the temple. I do believe in god. My personal opinion thought i’d get it out the way. Going to the temple and telling god thank you for everything he's blessed me with is just another great feeling and like i said for freetime i think this is another way to forget everything and run away from stress and just enjoy life at the