We worked as a team as one stuffed the hotdog another wrapped, leading other group to place them in bags and get it ready to distribute. Once we were done with the packing, we left to an area in downtown where the bags are distributed. When we arrived there, we could see that many homeless people were gathered waiting for their meals. It really took me by surprise by the number of people. They looks very malnourished, cold and looked very happy to see us there.
As we run I feel the warm trickle of sweat sliding down my back as we trek back up the hill to our barracks, and the burning sensation through my already tired legs as I pull myself upwards. I make my way through the jagged rocks and surprising ditches as we turn around a bend, revealing our dark brown wooden barracks. Once we arrive, I weave my way through the other girls towards my bed.and grab my shower stuff, and, then, head to the bathroom in the barracks. I hang my tinkerbell beach towel on a hook and bend over to grab my mesh shower bag, instantly regretting it. My hand reflexively jumps to hold my left knee as sudden pain blazed through the leg.
The block leader informed the family that it was lunchtime and to walk over to the nearest mess hall. The line to the food was very long and the girl was very hungry hoping the food will be good after the wait. Many of the people were doing something different some ran around the hall others barely moved and some waited impatiently. The lunch was two canned sausages, one lob of boiled potato, and a slab of bread. The mess hall was crowded so the girl had to separate from her family and find a seat.
On 5/25/16 at 9:40 PM, Integrity Associate (I/A) Nathan Govan (natgovan) notified Shift Supervisor Enmanuel Cabrera that he believe someone may have stolen his lunch. S/S Cabrera quickly gathered the information needed and walked over to the refrigerator at question to get the exact location where the he left his lunch. After, S/S Cabrera escorted I/A Govan to H.R and he was given vendor bucks to get another lunch. I/A Govan stated to S/S Cabrera that he brought in a gray Walmart bag that had in it a clear container with a read lid, inside of the clear container there was two turkey and cheese sandwiches. I/A Govan stated the he put the lunch bag in the Main closed breakroom.
It was the first day of 6th grade so no one was used to such a long wait to eat. By the end of Basics class with Mrs. Pulse, an awesome teacher, we all got to eat lunch. We were pointed toward the table we were supposed to be seated at. Before we were able to get our lunch, Principal Broughton told us about a new recycle program that the school had enforced. It made sure that each student dispose of their garbage in a way that gives back to the environment.
We are living in fear of getting caught at any time. I wish things weren’t like this, but we have to stay positive and make the most out of bad times. I am not sorry for being a Jew, I find it cruel that we live in a world of hate because of race, religion, etc. It’s been a long day so I am going to go to sleep. I am getting up to go to the bathroom and I can hear mumbling on the other side of the annex’s
Wait a moment, let me back the story up a little ways. It was Tuesday the tenth of March, and I was in my tiny bedroom with my eldest brother Clarence, my smallest brother Henry, my eldest, and only sister Ella Mary, and lastly me, Mabel. My throat was irritating me, and had I been sick this day. My siblings did not want to be around me incase it is a dreadful virus. So I was sleeping on the ground.
He found himself struggling with the quality of ingredients and specifically the preparation of certain dishes. In German, the main meal of the day was definitely lunch, while cold cuts got served for breakfast and dinner. Germans greatly valued fresh food. Many would walk to the market every morning to buy fresh bread and any other items they needed. Hans-Dieter routinely performed what the Germans refer to as “cake hour,” which was when they would eat pastries and drink coffee in the late afternoon every day (Wohlschlegel).
Before we toured the campus, we went to get food. The market was chaotic and busy, but it was amazing to see the mix of people, Deaf and not. Once we had food, we sat in the outside area, ate lunch, and mingled. This gave me time to “soak in” the fact that I was at Gallaudet. I had learned so much about it when I was little, due to the fact that I was interested in knowing about every college in the United States, and it
Food could be easily accessible and was used wastefully, like during holidays and celebrations,”We drank, we ate..”(10). They had the luxury of not worrying about where their next meal was and were not bothered by the thought to “spend the day without food...we were not really hungry”(17). Eliezer’s perception of food and his hunger change whilst on the train,the women had prepared food for the said trip, but in the end there wasn’t really “enough to satisfy our hunger”(23). They had all continued like that for the next few days until arriving in a new strange place, where they all learned the true intent of the Nazi’s. Eliezer learns his place quickly and established that he can’t skip meals,“I was terribly hungry and I swallowed my ration on the spot”(44).
When the door opened, a colored man introduced himself. “I’m guessing you folks are escaping, correct?” Betty peered back at Nancy and signaled her to proceed. “My name is Rick. Here is some more food for your trip, you guys look famished.” Immediately after taking the appreciated food, Betty asked Rick where they were. As a result of walking tiresomely for days, they were informed that they made it to Virginia.
As she was walking towards Chris she could practically feel the stares of everyone in the place. “Stupid, tiny town,” she grumbled under her breath. “So what would you like today?” she asked in her cheery waitress voice. “Well I wanted some pie, but the menu only says “pie”no flavors or anything. “Oh, that 's because our cook bakes them fresh everyday and the flavors are based on what she feels like making.” “Well, what is there today,” he asked staring into