I had beg them everyday to move back to the town and I will work for them in the field, but they always said that I have six siblings that they need to feed and told me not to be selfish. So, I simply gave up that thought. The day when I turned 18, at July 18, 64 AD, everything magically changed and my dream became true (Eyewitness to
Among the group of men were my father, Sehcotum, and my brother, Chikonep. Then I smiled at them as I walked along the smooth dirt path that encompassed the village. Before making my way back home to prepare for the midday meal and give thanks to the spirits for providing us with our commodities; I decided to stop by the Chief’s as a polite gesture. As I encroached upon his dwelling, an ominous feeling overcame me. There is always so much
As raising a ranch with cows, chickens, pigs ects animals it is a hassel. Having my husband telling me to always get up early to have him food ready by when he awakes. Having to clean the ranch and feeding the animals. I cant sleep in if I do my husband turns into an ogar and I know whats coming for me a beating. I do as he pleases I wake up every morning at 5 am before the sun comes up but I dont due my choars.
I soon realized that I had lot more to learn and that I had barely scratched the surface of blacksmithing. I went back to youtube watching hours of blacksmithing how-to and tutorial videos. I figured out what I was going to make, a tomahawk. After sketching out the desired shape and choosing my steel, a one-quarter thick by eight inch long bar of high chromium steel with 1.89 percent carbon. Using my old skateboard, I wheeled the anvil down to the designated area of forging, set up by my parents so I wouldn't burn down the house.
It was any other night of coon hunting. There were two buddies that went just about every night. There names were John tex and blake thompson. They had always been the best of buds ever since they started school. There dads both hunted when they were little, so they both picked it up from them.
Payoff Day I just finished a Monday practice. Sweat is dripping off my head and my ankles are sore. We put everything in the shed and I thank God that we were going to the locker room. After all the push ups, drills, running, and working my ass off I just can 't wait to go home and eat dinner. I finally get home and i 'm laying on the couch and I realize that the reason i’m out there is for payoff day.
Once everyone had taken their practice walkthrough, we were seated again and told the do’s and don’ts of graduation night. I then left graduation rehearsal to go get my nails and makeup done. After the last few touches were done I rushed home to get dressed and drop off the tickets. I arrived downtown around 5:15p.m. As I entered the building all I could think of was “This is the moment that I have wait me entire life for”.
Embedded Assessment 1: My Cultural Identity I remember when my great grandpa use to take I get coffee before school every morning at 6 when I was in elementary. I grew up in Carencro , Louisiana. I always lived across from my elementary school, which is Carencro Heights Elementary so my great grandpa would always walk me to school and walk me from school and they would have fried chicken cooked for me. I was the only great-grandchild so every grandchild they had at the time was old so image that for me. Im African-American.
It had been several weeks since we had stolen the groundhog shadow. I had stayed up late the majority of the night; I was excited about Groundhog Day. Usually my mom had to wake me up, but on this day, I was dressed and ate breakfast before my mom woke up. My mom was surprised I had so much energy. Other times on Groundhog Day, I dragged myself around and complained about the long winter.
I wanted oatie to go with us but my mom wanted patches so she won and patches got to go with us. we gave the other two to loving homes. Early on the weekend we had the trucks all packed up and we were ready to go. we left early in the morning so traffic wouldn 't be bad, it took us about 2 days to get down to South Carolina. When we go there we went to my Aunt and Uncles house where we stayed for about a year before