I hate summer camp. My names jack and this is how it all began. Mom was saying it is a good way to experience having a time on my own and staying outside by myself because in the future when I go to college I have to do everything on my own so I had to do it I thought it was just going to be as normal as school can be but alas I didn’t know what was going to happen until it hit me there. My friend Dean had a harder time then me he wouldn’t even budge after his mom tried to pull him out of the house it took all three of us to drag him out of the house. He just wanted to stay at home with the air conditioning on and play video games or go travel somewhere for summer break instead of listening to teachers saying about math language science and do pushups and sit-ups till you drop covered in sweat.
We ran to our rooms because we didn’t want to move, we liked it here in North Carolina. It was where are friends and family lived. But my dad said he was offered a job back at his old workplace FujiFilm, and he would get paid more if we moved. So me and my sister had to bite the bullet because we didn’t have a say in this. And the worse part was in a week my dad was going to Kansas and we had to live in an apartment till the school year ended.
When james got home after dinner he played GT4 for about an hour then he went to go check on why his mom was quiet so he said “mum” and there was no response because she was dead. An example from the text is: The TV in the living room was still turned up loud. James flicked it off. “Mum,” James
He informs his employer and starts his journey to the Home where his mother has been put on board. The reason for putting his mother in a Home in his words is because, “When we lived together, Mother was always watching me, but we hardly ever talked.” And when he reaches the Home, the warden says that his mother was very much happier in the Home. And the narrator asserts his decision not to see his mother by saying, “During her first few weeks at the Home she used to cry a good deal. But that was only because she hadn’t settled down. After a month or two she’d have cried if she’d been told to leave the Home.
Esperanza knows the truth and that most people in her area wouldn't do such a thing, she just wishes that people wouldn't think that. She felt liked the community she lived in was looked down upon because of the people who lived there. Likewise, Sam and Sydne on Radio Rookies experience something like Esperanza but not only in their community but at school too. Sam and Sydne live in New York and being Mexican wasn't easy for them, she would try to stay true to her culture at school but people would get mad at her. Sam went home and interviewed her brother and asked him little brother why he doesn't want to speak Spanish and he simply responded with an " I don't like it.
I used to think I must be loved and approved by everyone to be happy. This is not true. I do not have to please everyone to be happy in life. I found out that no matter how hard I try, I cannot please everyone. One Saturday afternoon I planned to leave work early to pick up my daughter from school, so she could get ready for her homecoming dance.
It was already the summer before 9th grade and we had decided we didn’t want to cheer anymore. Isabella had signed up for honor classes as she was capable of taking and I had chose to take regular classes but that did not make us spend any less time together. After school, we’d always head to my house because no one was ever home. My house began to be the house everyone went to after school as we met new people. One of our new friends later became Isabella’s boyfriend which worked out because I too, had a boyfriend which only made Isabella and I spend even more together since it was always a double date.
I feel fear a lot of the time because Turning 18 is really scary actually I mean all my life I just wanted to grow up and move out especially since my dad died and once it came down to it and my sister told me that I had to because her cousin wants to sell the house. It really hit me hard. Money is a huge stressor for me , I just want to be able to have enough money to pay for a roof over my head and a car. I just want to make it to where no one else will have to worry about me once I move out. Once I actually got a job and started maturing, I kinda realized that The World cost money and the economy is expensive, It's
Oh but I knew I had it coming when I get home. I lied about where i was going and who was going with me and most of all I snuck out. I lost my parents trust but I eventually earned it back. My mom took my phone away and made me work hard but I knew I deserved it. This is you should never lie about where you're going or who you're with because your parents just care about your safety.
I'm his daughter of course he's gonna look after me but I can't ask for him to spend all his money on me. So that's why I can't bring this up to them. All the answers I'm gonna get is going to be disappointing. And there's something even worse: What if he says that he could support me throughout college in the US and I go there and everything is awful? What if after all that stuff I wanted to come back more than anything?