“Help! Help!” Have you ever had a day where everything was going right and then there was that one thing that happened to you to ruin your entire day? Well, that was the worst day of my life.
A holiday I wish we would have is a sequel to Halloween. I think it will be the middle of January and October. Just to remind us, Halloween is only a few months away. If we plan out how much candy to eat and when to eat it, we will never run out of chocolate at home. I am going to try to tell you everything that happened today.
“Mom I don’t want to go!” I yelled, “Please don’t force me!” Right now I hated my mom. She was forcing me to go on a trip that I didn’t want to go to, but I stopped complaining because I knew that she would win. My legs were shaking at the thought of being on an airplane.
In 2010 I was a zombie cowgirl for Halloween. I went trick or treating with my mom and my brother,Antone. We started trick or treating at our friend's house,then we went up the hill. I was seeing shadows, I was very scared that night, that weren’t there. The seven year old me was not ok with the night.
“Annie, did you pack your extra nude leotard and tights?” “Yes, Mom. And I made sure to pack my new pink lipstick!” Dress rehearsal for the Nutcracker was held at the Kirkland Performing Arts Center in Kirkland, Washington. The theater has the small and cramped dressing room, but it’s the place we call home for the first weekend of shows in December.
Fresh Start My first night at the new house couldn’t have gotten worse. I woke up and saw some teenage boys giggling while jumping out of my window. At first I was confused, but when I stood up to turn on the lights, I felt a quick rush of pain. I looked down and saw that my entire room was filled with little lego pieces.
I walked up to the cool den-like loading area for the new Cars ride at California Adventure Park. I haven 't been on a ride like this since I was only 4 years old. When I was four years old, Thunder Mountain railroad changed my point of view for roller coasters for what I thought was going to forever. I could picture my little face, crying and screaming with not a delight terror, a horrid terror. This would be my big chance to get over my fear of roller coasters for good.
Transition to a Jewish Adult "Are you ready?" questioned my mother before I stepped onto the bimah, or the dais, to chant my first torah portion. I have been to many Jewish bat mitzvahs, however, having my own bat mitzvah was a completely different experience. All of this preparation, and the whole day came and left by the blink of an eye. The process leading up to the day was more important than the actual event. This coming of age taught me many things, including responsibility, determination, confidence, time management, and that hard work pays off.
Anemone. He was an utterance of undoing with a shy smile and plain brown eyes. He had tousled, almost black hair and glowed with both poignancy and tribulations. Every time I thought about it, thought about him, all I recalled was him being a dreamer and a lover and very talented at both. When I was with him, insecure and stressed, I forgot all those inconvenient times where holding on to him was almost second nature, and how my hands left bruises.
I woke up on my 16th birthday, and I hopped out of bed. It was finally time for me to take my permit test, so I can eventually get my driver’s license. I ran down the stairs and my mother and I got into the car. She drove me to the driver’s license center. Excitedly, I walked in, picked my number, and now all I had to do was wait for the workers to call my number.
All my 8th grade classmates and I sit on the cafeteria floor at Daniel Wright Middle School, giggling and staring at the gigantic screen. A slideshow plays. Often mortifying pictures of our younger selves appear with our names. I recollect all the vivid memories from middle school and earlier, like when my 5th grade teacher accidentally threw a snowball at one of my classmates. My friends and I sit together, hollering when we see each other on the screen.