I full of excitement (Absolute), got to packing as soon as I found out. We got there by driving I believe my parents realized their mistake at about hour two because of hearing "are we almost there" every couple of minutes. We left at night so that we could sleep most of the ride, but I couldn’t, I was so excited. When we finally got there, it was amazing and all I had seen was the hotel room. We stayed in the resort so that things were more continent.
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Second, they unpacked, then the adults talked and Emma ( my sister), Hannah, Jack (my cousins) and I did our own thing. The next day as we got up and remembered that our parents said we could go swimming in our blow up pool. Later that evening
As I drove home, on the same highway I had driven or ridden almost every day my entire life, something about this drive felt different. Maybe it was because that ride connected myself with my work, my friends, my whole life, and I was about to take this drive for the last time. I had just left my best friend, Madison’s house. We spent the entire day hanging out, eating, and losing my pedicure virginity, but avoiding the inevitability that, unlike the previous times we had spent together, we would have to say goodbye. As I was driving, tears streamed down face in a complex mix of sadness and joy.
Night is when all our demons come out to play. I spent all of Friday, from day and light till night and darkness reading the novel Night By Elie Wiesel. Reading this book at night was a challenge, because sometimes it felt as if the room was full of ghosts, all peeking over my shoulder and reading along side me. I’m not an overly superstitious person but several times while I was reading I had to set the book down and process, shivering all the while. My insides were freezing cold.
Think of a time when life was rough and you were facing adversity, many people would become depressed and just allow it to happen or give up while others remain optimistic. By being optimistic, you have faith in yourself and your future. When I was six years old, I was riding a bike with training wheels. All of my friends are riding around on two wheels having fun; I felt left out. Coming home from school everyday, I would beg my mom for a two wheeler.
How much longer would our lives be lived from one ‘last night’ to the next?” (Wiesel 83). For Elie, ‘night’ was one very important word during his experiences. Memoirist Elie Wiesel, narrated the journey from Sighet to his personal experiences and observations of the Holocaust in his autobiography Night. Throughout the novel, Elie refers to night as an endless misery, where a majority of the intense atrocious events of the story occurred at night.
My dad was deathly sick and needed surgery at this time. As a result, him and my mom couldn 't go to the most important tournament that I would ever play in. Averey and her parents decided to take me in for the week long tournament. Although I wish I could have had my family there with me this tournament was still one of the best times of my life! Getting to spend a whole week with my best friend and my whole team, eating out every day (even twice some days), spending the times
The last night at home, the last night in the ghetto, the last night in the cattle car, and, now, the last night in Buna. How much longer would our lives be lived from the one “last night” to the next” (83)? Elie questions how long his and the rest of peoples’ lives would last from one night to the other. From this quote, Wiesel shows the significance of “night” in the novel. In conclusion, the symbol of “night” is used to reveal the challenge Jews encountered during the Holocaust.
We woke up at 5:00 a.m. ,and her grandparents were coming to pick us up at 5:30a.m. to begin our trip. We went to bed late the previous night because we were just so excited to be going together and so we could sleep in the car. Talking about the pictures we were gonna take, the places we would go, the beaches we would see, shopping, and more. Since we were so tired, we barely made it out of bed.
On November 2, 2014 I and my family all took a vacation to Orlando Florida to go to Disney world. In the morning when we got to the airport in Dubuque, Iowa it was a long wait to get on the next flight. So we just waited. While we were waiting we played games and talked. When we got bored we all decided to walk to get some more breast fast because my sisters was still hungry and it was still early and not time for lunch.
Bailey’s mother drove them to the store, while the girls bought about 20 rolls of the cheapest toilet paper they could find. After they bought the toilet paper, the girls went to Jeff’s house. None of the girls have ever got tee-peeing before. They were
A couple of weeks ago, my sister’s fiancé sent me a text asking me if I want to meet Richard Petty. My heart started pounding with excitement when I read that message. My sister’s fiancé gave me the details about where Richard Petty was going to be at and I could not wait for the day that I would be standing beside a NASCAR legend. On July 17, Richard Petty came to the Rite Aid corporate office to support their annual carnival for the kid’s event to raise money for the children’s miracle Network and Hershey Childrens hospital.
I looked out the window with Matthew and saw a colossal water slide. We got our bathing suits on and zoomed down to the pool like rockets. Our parents came down soon. We swam for hours and hours until our fingers looked like wizened raisins. We got dressed and ready to go out to Kobes for dinner.