Finding My Mermaid Magic It was a hot and sunny Friday afternoon in Aruba. There was a Surf for Breast Cancer event going on at the beach and I was asked to surf in it because i’m one of the top surfers in my division. The competition started at 3:30 so I got there early to clean my board and practice with my bestfriends, Venus and Malani. Venus was a short redhead with green eyes and she loved to take pictures on the beach and post them while Malani was more on the shy side. Malani was average sized with golden skin, curly dark brown hair, and loved animals.
The sharks represented ever-present danger, and how the characters in the story were always in danger. Sharks are like people: they eat people and do not care who the person is. The sharks represented an ever-present danger because, in the novel, the sharks were always under Louie, Mac, and Phil’s raft. The airmen fear the sharks more than starvation or drowning (LitCharts, int.). When Louie jumped out of the raft, he went into the water k owing that the water was shark-infested.
The shark represents the stimulant for change of the town because it has grown too selfish and greedy. The shark is there to draw the people back to their roots because their lust for money is blinding them from their safety. The setting is a small Island off the coast of New England where late one night a group of teenagers are relaxing on a beach having a good time. One couple decide to go skinny dipping but while the girl gets in the boy collapses because he is drunk. The girl continues out farther away from the shoreline where she eventually stops to tread water.
Dusk fell upon me while I drifted across the sea; I was alone, as my men upset Lord Helios, disobeyed me, and paid the price for their wrong doings. As I drifted along the salty sea, my eyes rested upon a radiant island, shielded by rocks. I frantically swam toward the glorious isle, limbs moving feverishly, using all of my strength to get there. But I fear my struggles had infuriated Poseidon further, as I was tossed away by the tempestuous waves created by only him. When the waves hit me, my body fell limp, leaving me susceptible to the will of the salty crests.
Last summer my family had bought passes for Magic Springs. We didn’t really go as much as we could, but it was still fun when we did. Usually when I got there I would go ride some rides for a bit and then go cool off in the pool or ride water slides. I would ride any ride there and so would everybody else, except my mom. She would drive us there, drive us back, get us food there, pay for the tickets, but all she would do when we got there was sit in a chair under the shade and read by the pool.
Alabama Trip My mom and and dad told me in December that we were going to Gulf Shores, Alabama to visit my grandparents.Gulf Shores is the southernmost town in Alabama, located on the north coast of the Gulf of Mexico. I have been there twice when I was little. I remember that I collected seashells and went swimming with Boppa in the pool. I felt happy that I was going to Alabama again. I like seeing my grandparents and I like that they are still there.
We approach the final rock, and I try paddling around it. The current is too strong, and I go flying directly over it. My boat flipped over in mid-air, and I am submerged under the water for what felt like an eternity. I make it above the water, just to be hit by the boat coming in behind me. It knocked me right in the head, leaving a bruise.
When placed in an arena with restricted walls the vibrations from their calls bounce off the pools glass and drive the sea animals insane (Aquariums and Marine Parks). Being in a small pool or tank impairs the animal’s mental health and affects their physical health as well. Some orcas break
The lifeguards went insane but unfortunately Emma didn't see the shark, and I surfed by her and yelled," Emma shark!!" It was too late by the time I was on the grainy, squishy sand Emma was gone. The gray, feisty, and violent shark ate Emma up in one bite. I have always been terrified of sharks, so for the rest of the trip I am staying out of the
Never, Ever Give Up There are three reasons I believe that the theme of Diana Nyad’s presentation “Never, Ever Give Up’’ is “Never Giving Up.’’ First, her swim to Florida was long and treacherous full of dangers from sharks to jellyfish and hypothermia. The journey was a hard one with dangerous currents and predators lurking below. She also had to swim in the pitch black dark since any light will attract sharks, jellyfish, and baitfish which attracts sharks. Second, she had tried numerous times before which all failed. She had tried to swim to length when she was in her 20s it wasn’t successful.
This is one of the many ways students abuse their wildlife privileges here are FGCU which is sad. The reason this is sad is because once the alligator becomes a threat in any way shape or form FGCU has to take matters into their hands to see how they are going to deal with the gator. Should they kill it? Or maybe find it a new