Donna had texted Shanay and her friend to come home. When they got some Donna had asked where they were. She stalled at first because Tyrone was supposed to come to her house and return the bracelet that she had dropped. Finally she told Donna that she had to go finish homework and she went outside to her porch to wait for Tyrone. After waiting for 20 minutes she had got mad and started talking to herself in a mad way, but little did she know that Tyron was hiding behind the tree so nobody could see him.
The story Camp Harmony by Monica Stone is about a young Japanese American girl that writes about her and her family's adaption so far at Camp Harmony. The girl and her family sat on the bus quietly only hearing a chatter from a group of university students who began to sing college songs. Some of the other people on the bus stared angrily at the group of students which caused them to raise their voices only to wake a baby up. At noon, the bus had arrived to a small town. Some of the passengers were excited to see what it looked like and others just commented on what they had thought about it.
CO 210-01 Chapter One Homework Tracy Crawford 3a) Pandora Radio was playing and water running in the kitchen sink 3b) My children opened the door to let me know that “Mom, I am going to play.” 3c) I said no as the door slammed shut. Therefore propelling me to follow to make sure the children heard my response correctly. 3d) My children were disappointed that they couldn’t play with their friends until after some of the chore list was completed. 3e) The complete message was “Mom, we are headed to the park” but with the noise I miss heard their statement and they didn’t care to hear my response as the door was shut before I replied. CO 210-01 Chapter Two Homework Tracy Crawford 1a) Husband returns home from an appointment.
Elizabeth pops into the conversation and says that she doesn’t own any poppets and there is none in her house. Cheever then finds a poppet in the house and Elizabeth says that it is Mary’s and Mary put it in here. However, Elizabeth is getting accused of having this poppet with a needle in it and then she throws Mary under the bus. In the end, it was actually Abigail’s poppet. An example of this situation in the real world is when someone in school says that they didn’t copy their friend’s homework but the friends says that they didn’t copy the homework either but in the end they both copied the homework from a person that wasn’t even mentioned.
Since Deb’s parents didn’t let her watch movies she snuck out with her sister just so she could see it because all of her friends were raving about it. Deb attended a Elida High school in Lima. Deb’s parents were very strict she wasn’t allowed to wear pants she was only allowed to wear skirts. Deb was into Bon Jovi when growing up. In Lima the schools were very close together so she would walk to and from school.
She closes her eyes and hears the doctor whispering about her to her daughter Cornelia. This upsets Granny, so she begins to mentally tear her own daughter down by listing her faults. Throughout the story Granny has a lot of things to do that she plans to get done the next day, she thinks. Most of all she wants to get rid of a box of old love letters that she doesn’t want her children to see. She tries to rest throughout the day but she is aggravated by the blue tint of the light in the room from a lamp shade.
The girls were stuck in the cabins all day because of the stunt they tried to pull the night before. The story ends with the girls on the bus ride how talking about how people would do anything they say because of their religion. In the story Brownies ZZ Packer uses a lot of examples of peer pressure. Arnetta is always trying to talk the girls into doing stuff that is not so good, and if you don't like what she said then she makes fun of you until you say ok with it. Because the story is viewed by a girl in the group.
The bus comes, and gets stuck. The white kids have to walk in the mud puddle to get out, and have to walk or get their parents to take them to school for two weeks or so until the bus is pulled out and fixed. “Then it sputtered a last mummering protest and died, its left front wheel in our ditch, its right wheel in the gully, like a lopsided billy goat on its knees.” (Taylor, 54) This shows that Stacey will stand up for his family, and be quite mischievous
In the book All the Truth that’s in Me the main character Judith has to overcome many problems and trials after returning home. Judith is just returning home at the beginning of the story with half a tongue after being kidnapped. She lack the ability to speak and spends her time spying on her neighbor and writing letters. The letters serve as a diary to her as the days pass on she writes mostly to Lucas the boy she was to marry before she was taken. The story continues as the people of the small town also face trails, as she learns to talk many become anxious for the truth placing her in even more danger.
Lisbon, further leading to their suicide. The assessment of the girls’ physical presence, created by Mrs. Lisbon relies on that she makes the girls dress and physically appear a particular way, to her liking. Through Mrs. Lisbon prohibition of wearing any sort of makeup, forcing the girls to dress a certain way and even requiring them to wear long shapeless sacks to Homecoming, further represses the girls’ outlet to express themselves. In the mornings before school or church, “she [Mrs. Lisbon] checked each daughter for signs of makeup before allowing her to get in the car, and it was not unusual for her to send Lux back inside to put on a less revealing top” (6). The way one dresses or the way they do their makeup is a potential outlet of expressing emotions, which is stripped from the girls.