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.
Once all of my family got out we went to bed so that we can get a early start. There was only one problem I couldn’t sleep, I was way too excited to be in Orlando. Well somehow I managed to get some sleep, and the very next morning my mom and dad got up and started to get ready. They then woke up my brothers and me they said “The faster you get dressed, the faster we will get there.” So me and my brothers raced to the restroom and started to get ready.The first thing we did was go and brush our teeth and our hair. Then we started to get dressed and we called our grandma’s room to see if they were ready to go.
Then we go inside to eat then turnaround and drink all of grandpa's coffee and donuts he sets aside for later , but eventually we the grandchildren find them. After that all of us kids go down stairs and play games till our parents tell us we are leaving , but before we leave grandam gives away really all of the good leftovers to eat the filing day because really she does not want all of that food in her
In Anthem the workers are condemned to follow a tight schedule “when the bell rings we rise from our beds…half-hour while we dress and eat breakfast…then we go to work…in five hours we return to eat our midday meal…five more hours we return for our dinner…then we walk in a straight line for the social meeting”. This schedule is one that would be used in prison or for programmed robots that have no power over themselves. Equality runs away from this world and for the first time experiences waking up when his body got enough rest not because of a bell. Equality independently starts to develop character and then an egoistic way of thinking., he came up with an idea that a human beings goal in life is to achieve happiness. Expressing himself Equality said “For I know what happiness is possible to me on earth.
I still remember July 31, 2015 like it was yesterday. I was lying in bed at five in the morning, contemplating the day I had ahead of me on a warm summer morning. Hearing a knock on my bedroom door, my mom walked in and whispered that she was leaving for the hospital with my dad. All I could manage to do was hug her. My mom was scheduled to be induced to have my youngest brother, Andrew.
After dinner, I hurried upstairs to bed, I’m I was extremely excited to finally be on my way to arrive in Washington DC. As usual, my brother made a wise smartass comment: “It’s only 9 bud, what the heck are you doing going yo bed?” I ignored him, which is rare; I will not have have to deal with his comments for 4 whole days. I slowly shut my door, shut off the lights,
Of course me I forgot it was Friday which means late night shopping. While I was patiently waiting in my car I was listening to music with my baby singing and dancing. I was waiting about 15 minutes till my mom finally noticed I was outside waiting she was busy on the phone talking with her long time ago best friend.
We all rushed inside and sat on the table and then mother spoke "I have really good news today we were told that our black kid and friends will be able to go to a white school '. We were so happy and full of joy so we all decide to go to the park and drink some fruit punch, listen to some music, and play a friendly game soccer. That evening we were all tired, so we sat down a listen to some music. As soon as we were going to start our second half the music stops and there was a state alert. We gathered together and listen quietly ' 'Hello state of California it is your
After leaving the Factory we stopped at a souvenir shop. It had a shark mouth for the door, and I really like sharks. At the store I found a blue shark that my mom bought for me. In the late evening my family, and my grandparents had dinner at The Oyster
The sun shone through the swaying trees in Fullerton that day, children played at the park, dogs ran around fetching sticks, and the well known “Wheels on the Bus” song told all the kids that the ice cream truck was right around the corner. Every house had their air conditioning on and mothers were getting dinner ready for their families. Father’s were playing catch with their sons, or watching the news on TV. It was the summer of 1999, and I was home for vacation from teaching in Chicago. During this time I was not happy with myself and I had an eating disorder, but I tried to cover it up because my parents did not know about it yet.