We safely carried the bags into the room, and we found my mother and sister, Carolyn, sleeping. Christopher and I immediately set to work opening the boxes. “Something smells good!” my mother shouted from the bedroom when she woke up from her nap due to the heavenly scents from the kitchen. Once the boxes were open, Christopher and I found a turkey, a container or two of gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, a huge pink ham drizzled with honey, a pecan pie, and a pumpkin pie, which were still hot, and ready to
The FireCliff Lodge served up turkey dinners and the carts were all decorated for Christmas. Now, of course, the parade is in October with 15,000 to 30,000 spectators lining El Paseo. And believe it or not, organizers field questions about the parade from media around the world! Recent requests for information have come from the Philippines, France, Germany
At five in the morning, my father rolled up in front of my tasteless high school to drop me off for a weekend getaway to Virginia Beach with my beloved band and orchestra. My charismatic friends bolted towards the sight of my father’s silver Buick as I sprung out to wearily, yet excitedly, drag myself into the band room of the unsanitary construction zone, better known as Wethersfield High School. I strode to the ivory room to get my glossy, wooden, semi-professional clarinet, and my light blue monstrosity of a suitcase. Once I retrieved my things, I made my way outside to see the golden sun rising over the horizon, turning the violet sky into a brilliant light blue, to be embraced by the scent of crisp, clean spring air. The forty degree May weather didn’t phase anyone as the plethora of instrumental students began to gather in front of the school in long sleeved t shirts, jeans, and light jackets.
Colorado Brotherly Bash It was a nice, warm July morning in Shawnee, Kansas when the Turpin and Burner families started their trip to Colorado. After a long stressful night of packing and getting ready for a six-hour long car ride the journey began. There was not much need for entertainment since everyone was so tired from the long night of suffering and misery. My brother and I started fighting even in the car ride to Colorado because we just couldn 't wait that long without engaging in some sort of physical activity. As soon as the overwhelming car ride was over everyone settled into the three story condo to have more time to have a fun filled activities involving family bonding moments, but my brother wanted to sleep on the bigger
Jordan, his mom and his cousin dezo take a trip during spring break to Austin, Texas. Jordan packs the night before they leave because they had to leave early in the morning the next day. He packed his clothes, electronics and bathing supplies. They take a bus to O 'Hare airport in Chicago for a flight to Austin. This was Jordan 's first time flying he was nervous he was on the plane for three hours.
On this vacation I went to the beach, Universal Studios, and Disney world. We drove to Daytona and stayed in a little house/ village. It was my mom, my dad, Cate, Gavin, and I. I was in a car for 12 hours, not fun. We went on this vacation because we needed to get away for a while, is what my parents said anyways. We needed to have fun too.
Mary Grcich says “The restaurant has been going on for 16 years.”(Valadez, 2). Mary had a passion for Old Styles history and traditions. She loved cooking the old style foods that they served at the Old Style Inn. During one of Mary’s recent visits she realizes “The eatery menus or dishes that aren’t too common on restaurant menus now days” (Valadez, 2). There was big sellers during this time period which were: frog legs, roast duck, prime rib, perch, and shrimp deJonge.
Double View “Welcome aboard flight 2741 to Cancun.” There was a feeling of anticipation in the air. The airplane cabin was full of friendly faces smiling back at me. My parents and I were ready for our annual family vacation. This was my first international trip. One of the most stunning destinations in the world was only hours away.
I day starts off with an early morning breakfast cooked by my father. The mill usually consists of the following: scrambled eggs, bacon, pancakes, and array of cereal, and A family favorite poutine. After we indulge in this breakfast of kings, we we relax and watch TV. After watching the parade, the real fun begins. Around 12 o 'clock, we head over to my grandmothers house where she has prepared a delectable lunch for our family.