We go all out sometimes and buy a bunch of food just for one game. It’s like the Super Bowl is every night for us that we watch games. We sit back on the couch with the giant stereo system I have at my house and it feels like we’re there. Watching the games with my friends is just something that I absolutely love to do. Sometimes it’s for a whole game and sometimes it’s only the second half.
I have cards that my friends said they’d pay good money for. For example, if you’re a basketball fan, I have Ray Allen’s rookie card when he played for the Seattle Supersonics. I’ve also got like twenty Ken Griffey Jr. cards on top of the Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire cards I have as well. Any of the older like eighties era Cardinals, I got them too. You need World Series 2006 team pictures of the Cardinals in baseball card form, I got those
On the way home he wanted to show William the Yankee stadium. The stadium was extremely important to William because as a boy he had seen all the games with his brother. When they got back Jamal's efforts were rewarded when William said that that night was the best night he’d had in years. This shows how much Jamal cares about William and that he is interested in getting to know him on an even deeper level. It is Jamals way of telling William that he wants to help him now and in the
He also likes to play video games on his Play Station 4. Myles was born on November 11th, 2004 in Rochester, New York. Myles lives with his older sister, mom and dad, two dogs, and four fish. He is a very good dancer and can play video games very well. He has gone on many vacations like to New York, Florida, Atlanta and Virginia.
Our nights were full of little league baseball games under the bridge at Paul J. Sciullo Field watching the pony league games just waiting for one of the big kids to crack a ball so hard it would hit the bridge. We would also go to movies in the park where we would bring blankets, food, and roll down the hill while waiting for the movie to start. Where I’m from there is always something to do; and one of my favorites happens at the end of August with a festival called the Italian Festival or Little Italy Days. The vendor tents line the entire way down the main road jam-packed with food, games, Italian novelty items, artwork, Steeler gear, along with a wide variety of other things. Some of the best memories of my life were made in this neighborhood with my family and friends in the area I love and will never forget.
He stood, spread his arms to the heavens, and shouted, “THE STARS ARE ALIGNED!” And so that summer we spend a week in Santa Fe.” (Podos, 117) This quote is an example of an epiphany, after watching a movie because their sports game got canceled, he finally had the vacation spot for the summer. The way he was showed Imogen that, he could be different sometimes, and that maybe she would be like that growing up. 7. Premonition – a strong feeling that something is about to happen, especially
That dream was realized when at the age of 22 in 1954, Meadowlark was out of the Army, he joined the famed team shortly after team member, and Reece Tatum retired. Meadowlark was a skilled basketball player, but his dream included the chance to entertain people, not just play basketball. “My destiny was to make people happy,” Lemon said in 2003 when he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Only five Globetrotters had their numbers retired and Meadowlark Lemon was one of them. The Harlem Globetrotters began in the 1920s in Chicago and Meadowlark joined in 1954 and played until 1979.
The 6th Grade Dance was lit. The 6th grade dance was lit.As I walked in the gym I saw my friends.So I winked at them.I went over to them and I saw Alexa. ”Kasandra I didn’t know you were coming did you see kyle,He is so cute!¨ While I was drinking my punch,Alexa ate my pizza on the plate. ”Whoa”!The table is as big as a roller coaster” We got candy and popcorn.Then we went to go sit down and eat. ”Alexa Kyle is coming over” “Hey Alexa you look beautiful tonight.” Kyle pulled Alexa.
I have a Russell Wilson jersey/shirt. We drove to the super bowl. I went inside the stadium to get a better glimpse on the stadium because it was my first time ever going to a super bowl stadium. I bought me some popcorn and a drink. I sat down and waited for my brothers and parents to sit down.
I woke up to my obnoxious alarm, groggily walked upstairs, and made myself a peanut butter jelly sandwich. As I sat down in the tan recliner, I flipped the television channel to NBATV. I proceeded to watch the highlights from last night’s games in the NBA. It didn’t take long for the Stephen Curry highlight reel of remarkable three-pointers to start playing. Watching in amazement, I imagined myself doing the same in my game later that night.
“It’s never too late to make a bar mitzvah!” called out 14-year-old Yankel Raices. The group was on a trip to the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, the highlight of which is to hear a first-person account from a survivor. “We can do it right now. We can put on tefillin.” Winthrop’s family intended for him to have a bar mitzvah; as a boy, he had even chosen which bicycle he wanted from his uncle’s shop as a birthday present. Then came the Nazi invasion, and on Nov. 14, 1939, the imposing Great Synagogue of Lodz—where Winthrop’s bar mitzvah was to be held a few days later—was
The main chamber of Leake County announced what might be a new tradition of naming a grand marshall for the Christmas parade. Russel Baty, who is the chamber director, has made up in his mind that Rev. Marcus Mann will be the grand marshall. Rev. Marcus Mann is a native of Carthage, he attended school at South Leake High School where he was a good basketball player and was a very smart student.