She starts by saying that she lives right around the corner and kindly offers her home to us for a couple of days she tells us that we can push the car and bring it into her garage and store it there as well gratifully we hug her and with a burst of energy we realize that it was all going to be okay. We finally started heading over to the car when we ask ourselves if we got jobs. We start discussing it and realize that she wasn’t very clear so we make the trip back to the McDonalds and realize along the way that we don’t even know her address. So we made the walk back to McDonalds and she tells us she lives on 44 Mckinley St and that it is two blocks down the road and she tells us that we all can work for her for a week or so until we get enough money to fix the car. Finally we walk back to the car exhausted we start the task of getting the car to 44 Mckinley St and we arrive four hours later covered in sweat and dehydrated.
Walter is parking his car when he accidently starts going through the wrong lane. An arrogant attendant comes over and tells him this; “Leave her sit there,’ said the attendant. ‘I’ll put her away.’ Mitty got out of the car. ‘Hey, better leave the key.’Oh,’ said Mitty, handing the man the ignition key. The attendant vaulted into the car, backed it up with insolent skill, and put it where it belonged.”(337) The attendant makes Walter feel incompetent because he can't park his own car.
I got into my car along with the rest of my democrat party going to the election hall in Brooklyn. On the radio, all I can hear was “Nicole Malliotakis casted her vote in Staten Island around 7:00.” Staten island is the only borough I am scared about. During the election 4 years ago, that was the only borough that the republican won. We got to the election hall around 7:30. Looking at the crowd in front of the hall and the ones gathering in front of my car, when I got out of the car the crowd blew me away.
There was this one time in Tucson, Arizona, Driving around town with my whole family, besides my dad. Which he was far too busy with his job at IHS and had to work and meetings until late that night. We just got done watching a movie, had two enormous boxes of popcorn, along with one drink with coca cola in it, can’t exactly remember what movie it was. Anyway, we all were driving around having a good time, my mom was telling us jokes and telling stories. I was around five or six years of age, in 1st grade at a school called Roosevelt Elementary.
As a student at Saint Ignatius, I was forced to overcome multipe setbacks in my highschool career. The one with the greatest impact on me, however, took place at the beginning of my sophmore year and has lasted to this day. It began in November during the first snow of the year. My older sister and I convinced our parents to let us go sledding late at night. We jumped into the car excitedly, not knowing how that night would change my life I won’t give you the gory details, but mid-sledding I managed to slam my head into the sled and then the ground in rapid succession.
My parents were driving me to practice on a Monday in November at seven o'clock. As we were on the road driving, a group of bikers came up beside us out of nowhere. My mom did not see them at first and almost slammed in to the bikers. The bikers had no sidewalks to ride on, so they were forced into the street with all the cars which can go faster than them. Another time, one of my friends, Jacob, was training for the upcoming soccer season and had to run two miles a day.
Everyone remembers what it was like to turn 16 and go behind the wheel of a car for the first time. This process was rather stressful for me. Driving on the road for the first time was my “Everest.” It was my goal to drive by myself but I was very scared to do it. My biggest fear was losing control of the car and getting into an accident. It took a lot of courage to get me to feel confident behind the wheel.
My husband was driving and said that we were going to stop to get something to eat once we got to Kansas City because we were about 4 hours ahead of schedule. We were probably a little more than the halfway mark, and then all of a sudden BANG! We were in a crash. Now, let 's go back when I was a kid. I wanted to be the world 's best Doctor since I stayed in the hospital for one week because I was deathly ill with pneumonia, I was 7
It was a hot summer day in August when Anthony, and I woke up to prepare for our adventure in Michigan. We packed our bags because we knew we had a long day ahead of us; a three-hour road trip. As we finish packing, we realize that we needed a few things to eat, so we stopped by Cermak to get some fruit for later. We bought bright-red strawberries, a nice small cantaloupe, and a medium light green watermelon. We put the bags in the trunk and start heading toward the highway.
He continued to be very persistent with getting Connie in his car. He said he was not going to leave her house until she got in the car. Connie decided to reach for the phone to call the police but that was not a good decision. He forced her to hang up the phone and come out to the car. Once, Connie got into the car they left and he took her to a place she did not recognize with lots of land.