My Theme Song Songs can connect with how we feel and our experiences. Music has been a major part of my life ever since I was just a toddler. For me music has helped me express what I am feeling and who I am as a person. My therapy has been music, it has helped me through almost every problem I have faced. With listening to the song lyrics, we can get a true understanding of what the artist is trying to tell us.
Growing up in South Carolina it was very adventurous. A warm night on October 03 2000 in West Palm Beach, FL Griz was born. I was born in JFK Hospital. But as soon as I born I moved to Dale, SC. All throughout elementary and middle school, I was called Dequan. But when high school started I was called Griz. My pops is a Chef in Florida. After high school, he went to a collinear art school to be a chef. My mother is Nurse at the Bluffton dialysis. After high school, she went to college at the trident university to be a nurse. My mother and pops met and high school and until senior year. I am the oldest out of all my siblings, but I had a sibling that passed away when I was younger. I have 3 siblings. I have two brothers named Aj and tiger and
Off and On I, Kevin Sandersons, am not a genius. I simply am determined to succeed in my future, yet my grades and actions in class imply the future Einstein is present, according to my classmates. But that’s not how I visualize myself. I’m 13 years old and I live in Charleston, SC.
My name is Robert Borgelin from Wellington Florida. I am married to my wife Frantzie and have six children. I have been a student at Knox for some time now. I teach Mathematics in Palm Beach County School District and also serve as pastor of Primitive Baptist in Lauderhill Florida. I wish to delve during the coming weeks in the concept of Justification by faith.
As I start walking down the cold and dark stairs of the catacombs I think to myself, why did I want to see the Amontillado? Maybe he didn’t buy it maybe he did? My drunk thoughts really got to me and I was just confusing myself. I want to stop walking because I am afraid that he might do something. “Montressor, I need to take a break from walking my back is starting to hurt”, I said trying to sound hurt. His face was confused “How could you possibly be hurt your health is at the best!” he said sarcastically. “I am getting old and drinking wine almost every day will kill my old body,” I said trying to sit on a step. “Well if you want to stay alive you must keep on walking,” he said trying to help me up. But I really don’t want to keep on
I woke up this morning and I saw something bizarre outside my window. I saw a flamingo sitting in my yard. The funny thing is that I did not remember anything about last night. When I went downstairs to ask Dylan, Christian, Omar, and Raymond what happened they didn’t remember either.
Something challenging I had to face at a very young age was losing my best friend, after losing her I was never really me and I felt like part of me was missing and it was. Carolina Alavazo was my best friend, we were inseparable and when we were together we only created memorable memories. Weeks before Carolina was deported I had noticed she was not the same, she had told me she was sad to see her parents fight and scared all the time but at that time both of us we didn’t know why. Next thing I know I am waiting for Carolina every morning in front of the school gate but she never once entered again. I had told my mom how worried I was of Carolina, and how she was not answering her home number. My mother had talked to my teacher to see if anything
Throughout time, many aspects of life change such as schools, jobs, and friends, however one’s feelings remain forever. It has been 10 years since the kaba fungus took over the world and began infecting humans. Numerous doctors around the world call them Kabaneri. When these creatures bite you, you slowly become one of them. This is how I lost my daughter. She became one of them. It has been two years since I lost her. After her death, I became confused, lost and hopeless. Throughout these 10 years, the Earth was falling apart and so was I.
I am Madonna Galido. My family fondly calls me Nang-Nang. Just this year, I was diagnosed with depression. Since then, I decided to stop from going to a traditional school altogether and transfer to an online school. I am currently in my last year of pursuing Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in AMA Online Education. Despite the adversity I am facing, I still keep on moving forward. I embrace myself for who I am. I may be lacking in experience as a teacher, but given my condition, I am patient and understanding. Together, we can improve so that no one gets left behind.
Peter Everlock. They said he was queer. They said he didn’t talk. He wasn’t mentally challenged. He was just..different. I remember the first time I had seen him. His family had only just recently moved into the neighbourhood then. It was a cold wintry Sunday morning. The side of the country where we lived in, didn’t snow. Daddy drove mummy, baby Clara and me to church. I watched the trees and counted the clouds on the way. On reaching the church, I cried out in glee when I saw a little kitten behind the rose bushes, just adjacent to the church. The kitty gazed deep into my eyes and I fell in love with it instantly. I rushed towards it to pet it in my lap. Mummy scolded me for dirtying my dress. I pleaded with her and daddy to take the kitten home. But they