It was like Yuki should mine as well sleep on the floor. She laid on her mattress, basically a sheet of hardwood, with no pillow for her head. As uncomfortable as she was, Yuki managed to fall into a deep dream pretty swiftly. She pictured her, Ken and Emi back home playing out in the front yard on a nice summer afternoon, with the sun about to set. Mother had called them in for dinner and like a daily routine, Grandma was at the table waiting to start eating.
In the mornings I would see my mom because she would get me dressed and ready for school. During the afternoon when I would get out of school I would stay at home with my pawpaw. Sometimes I liked staying there with him because he was funny and had lots
One person in a room and a soft bed to sleep in. Iraq is a different story. I lived in a tent with 50 other guys. No bed, just a cot to sleep on. No carpet on the floors, or floors for that matter.
they couldn’t let her freeze after all. speaking of them, pyrrha poked her head up out from the blanket cocoon to look at the other horsemen. she snuggled the plush that ludo ( not for her originally but it was hers now ) won and delicately kept the fish ( again ludo’s prize that she took ) on her lap. the brunette stared at the back of ludo’s head as he pulled her wagon along. they must have been sight.
After we song happy birthday , it was time to start heading home. We had a little sleepover at her house. We stayed up all night and talked to each other to catch up on stuff. But I enjoyed my time with her and her family, I was really happy cause she came home. It didn 't matter how far away she was , she will always be with
I heard a shot. I didn 't know heaven was to look just like my barn, with a door ajar to the yellow plain. I looked backwards and in the shadows of the loft a man walks out. The man walks out, and he was looking straight at me. He said, "Your full house is no more, your horses running off and your
One Saturday morning, my brother and I were still in bed. I could hear my mom saying “What’s wrong Dallas? Are you okay” Then I heard her yell for my dad to come help her. I could hear Dallas’s nails scratching against the wood floor.
The way the little girl hugged Raggedy Ann as she slept with her taught the doll love. The way the little girl colored on Raggedy Ann 's face countless times taught her creativity. When the little girl ran outside discovering new places, Ragged Ann learnt of adventure. The doll was soon filled with attributes given to her by the little girl. But the most recognizable was the joy and effort the little
I sat on the porch of my house, overseeing the town. Stamps, or also known as the Black Stamps, had segregation. From schools to shops, everywhere blacks were seen less than whites. It limited what we could do, affecting all of our lives. That apparently, was not abnormal in the United States at the time.
Me and my boys are finally leaving independence to alcove springs which is 166 miles away and will take us about 6 days. My luck is that the train in front of ours were a bunch of city people couldn't handle their animals so we had to sit there for about an hour then we finally went on our way then we noticed a problem there was too much weight so I looked inside the wagon and there was a big dresser in there with nothing in it so we had no choice to throw it out the dresser didn't really mean much but it was expensive
The place looked a lot like this. It smelled of fried fish and sunscreen, with a side of fries. I still cannot believe it happened. He just shot him like Han Solo and Greedo at the Cantina. Then the next shot hurt even more.
Getting down to Nebraska was harsh and the trail was dusty. The children like me had to take care of the animals. Jim, Antonia and myself became really good friends after living next door to each other for a while and we do everything together. When I work, I help my dad to plant and harvest crops and hunt for food. We planted and harvested corn, potatoes, pumpkin, wheat, peas, carrots and tomatoes.