Gluck's, Alexander and the boys made their way to hole in the fence. Once they arrived to the fence Alexander was saying goodbye when he heard the sirens sound. As he glanced over at the camp, he saw about 45 soldiers running at them. “You need to go right now, I will hold them off! Said Alexander.
I’ll never forget coming home from school to find Randy hunched over and frustrated, struggling to complete his make-up work, my exhausted mom at his side. I walked over and noticed his papers blotted with tears. The sincerity of his struggles anguished me. Our relationship during his recovery developed into something greater than one between brother and sister. I became his caretaker in all things.
I know Jairo was there and we were playing soccer on the road just like any other kid would but as soon as we heard the police sirens we ran inside I tripped and fell and scraped my knee and while I was laying down on the floor in pain Jairo thought it would be funny just to laugh at the top of his lungs. My dad heard me sobbing and went outside but the police stopped him and I just looked at this one cop like "really, I'm over here crying and you decide to stop him from helping me!?" He just stared me down I felt the tears running down my face. I heard the police say something about there
She flopped down on the soft grass and fell asleep. The next day, Chief started counting all the carts to make sure they were all there. Since River was sharing the same cart as her father, the chief didn’t count it, and announced they would go a bit farther to reach the place
The cop got out his car, walked up to Gabe’s car and asked him if he knew why he is being pulled over. Gabe gets an itch on his leg, he reached down to scratch it and the officer thinks he’s reaching for a gun. He instantly pulled out his gun and dragged Gabe out the car, shoved him on the ground and beat him. Stories like this happen every day in America, it needs to stop for three reasons: Racism, innocent children are dying and America looks bad to the rest of the world.
Molly made me chase her up sloped bride to the top. Each step made the jungle gym sway and it vibrated the air around your face. The floor paneling contained a pattern of holes that I sometimes stuck my eyeball through. Safe woodchips of the ground taunted me, as I also towered above the rest of the park. Grandma was a speck in the distance; sitting on a bench, her eyes dotting a mystery novel.
One day there was a knock on the door and one of the younger sisters went over to open it, when the uncle entered he reached over for a handshake and as soon as he realized they were alone his other hand swinged back under for a tight grip. She was shocked not knowing how to react she stayed quiet, "saved" by her
The cold winter wind smacked me in the face as I ran out of my house with my six month puppy named Hunter. I brought him to the car which had a thin sheet of snow covering the top of it. As my dad brushed off the snow my two sisters Krista and Kaitlyn ran out of our house and into the warm car. As my sisters took their seats in the back of the car we were all impatiently waiting for my dad to clean off the car. As we waited we all stroked Hunters soft white fur that was located on his back.