Daddy would always greet me, while I sat at the kitchen table as he had every morning. By this time, I’d be eating a bowl of Lucky Charms, the ones I’d had every morning from the time I was six until sixteen. It was my routine, like it was my Daddy’s routine to give me a knuckle sandwich, which would send my hair straight forward, knocking me off balance. He’d watch me try hard to put every strain of hair back in its place, while I tried hard to keep my attention on the television set. My mornings began the same way every day, wake up, shower, dress, have my favorite bowl of cereal, watch television until it was time for school.
We drove and drove I got bored so I played a board game with my brother. It was getting dark so we stopped at a hotel (the hotel was called holiday in). We got to the hotel showered and brushed our teeth then we went to bed. The next morning we went to eat breakfast it was good I got eggs, bread, cereal, apple juice. Then we got in our car and went back to driving.
J. R. R. Tolkien always said, “ Not all those who wander are lost”, but that’s not always true for me. One day I was wandering around in Hy-Vee and got lost. Then,I couldn 't find my mom just because I was looking for something to eat. It was a normal day, like any other, when my mom and I went to Hy-Vee to get some grocery shopping done for the week. During the car ride there my mom and I were talking, and I said, “I’m hungry.
It is 11:18 A.M. on a regular school day, and I am anxiously monitoring the clock, hoping that the bell will ring announcing the end of fourth period and the start of lunch. I expect my lunchbox to contain the usual tuna salad and sleeve of saltine crackers. After what seems like an eternity, my science teacher dismisses the class, and I am nearly skipping on my way to the cafeteria, attracting the unwanted stares of my judgemental peers. It seems like I am the only one happy to eat the same lunch every day. My friends have already unpacked their lunches and are admiring each other’s cooking skills.
Elizabeth prompts her by asking, “When were you wrong?” In the studio, they exchange glances and start laughing, all this being heard by listeners everywhere. Mountz admits to being wrong a lot “in class, in chemistry”. Mountz continues to recount a time when she was really wrong, “It was the week I had several exams, and I didn’t have a lot of sleep which influenced my being wrong” while the ‘Aww’ sound effect follows quickly. She continues explaining the incident, “I walked into my room thinking I would make some easy mac for dinner and just relax.” Elizabeth is nodding, agreeing with Krissy that she deserved to relax and take a small mac and cheese break. The plot thickens as Krissy continues, “I take out the easy mac, and I look at the wrapper on top that says ‘Make sure to add water to this line before you microwave it’ and I remember looking at it thinking, ‘What idiot would not remember to put water in their easy mac?’” I look over at Elizabeth and Krissy and they are both smiling, trying not to laugh.
Section1-You and Collage I am a sophomore at chase high school. I always eat breakfast at school and lunch when I come home my mother will cook supper for me.,Then i go on Skype and get in Skype calls with my friends after that I take a bath and go to bed.,When I get up at 5:15 it the time I get up once I get to school I socialize with my friends. I would have to take collage classes at night and would have to go to bed during the day. I would drive to collage cause i would be living in a
now gets plastic gloves and helps her teacher pass out the lunch. She is passing out hamburger buns and she does so at each table that has a paper plate. S.D. now has the bag of hamburger buns and is observing the plates and tables’ making sure that everyone has bread. She then places the buns back on the lunch
"Mom!" I yelled out loud, "I want to get Minecraft on the computer!" This idea came to me yesterday after school. "Ian, you should really get Minecraft on the computer." My friend Max explained while stuffing a bar in his mouth, "We can call each other and play together on servers."
And although she has occasionally seen vegetables and fruit at meals, they are usually of the caned variety. The day she took her Grandmother out of the facility, they served her three pieces of toast with jam and French Toast. The put it on the table at 9 am and kept reheating it, until Susan said she would get her Grandmother breakfast at 11