Liesel desperately wanted to blot it out and move on but that is not how life works. Her life had to keep on going with more obstacles every day. Liesel then starts having recurring nightmares (Zusak #36) at her foster parents house about her brother, to which she wakes up screaming as if the Fuhrer were to be arrested. Liesel has to put up with this constantly but she does get comfort through her father. She had to push through it.
Abigail Campbell Mrs. Merrill Yellow Adaptations 9 December 2014 Charlie Chaplin was born on April 16th, 1889 and died on December 25th, 1977. Chaplin was a British comedian and actor. Chaplin worked many jobs throughout his life but never forgot his dream to be an actor because he loved the stage like his mother. Charlie Chaplin left his mark on Hollywood in everything he did from an early age (''Sir Charles Spencer, KBE.''). Charlie Chaplin's first performance was when he was when his mother lost her voice during one of her shows, but since he knew all the content the stage manager put Chaplin on stage to finish the show.
When we arrived in Georgia, we slept overnight, then the next day, we had that family visit. It was hard to keep the secret, especially every time my Aunt brought the topic up. After staying over for two nights, everyone was all packed up to leave in the morning. We had to leave before my Aunt’s family so we could surprise her. The time between putting stuff in my dad’s big RV and everyone doing last minute preparations, such as doing their hair, felt like the longest part of the day.
A week passed and it was the first day of school for me. I woke to the sound of my alarm beeping constantly as if it was taunting me. I got off my bed and stretched for a couple of seconds. I got ready and threw on some denim jeans by Fashion nova and a simple black cropped t-shirt by H&M then went downstairs to grab some breakfast. When I went downstairs my parents were there as they greeted me with food once again.
Ashley! Anthony! Pack some clothes quick, we’re leaving now, we have to go!” my mother shouted. Startled and confused, I stood from the living room sofa and watched as my mother’s concern grew as she watched the local news station. I remember seeing the eye of Hurricane Katrina on tv as it spiraled towards the coast of Louisiana.
Goodbye, Goldilocks The screams of my mother’s name filled my ears. My dad bolted through us looking for his phone. She sprints after him, the words that came out his mouth shocked us all. It was 8 am. My mother, sisters and I ate breakfast, about to head to school, while my father went outside to turn on his car.
WWI was right around the corner and I knew I had to enroll or else I would get drafted. I had even more struggles throughout my life that I can’t explain in two sentences. Throughout this book you will learn about my struggles with family, WWI, and the Ace company issue. I remember the day I enrolled myself just like it was yesterday. I was very nervous and scared, but the letters that my family gave me did do something.
To my beloved Macbeth, I can barely write as these unrighteous tears cloud my eyes and blur my vision. How arrogant I was to say that ‘a little water will clear us of this deed’? These same words haunt me, every single minute of my wake. Endless screams in my head paralyze my sleep and torture my wake. I can no longer live for this fear of the truth being shared.
I still remembered the first time I stepped on the stage, gazes of numerous audiences made me feel fearful and nervous and my body was shaking. After that, I wanted to give up participating in drama and quitted the club. However, two incentives had motivated me to insist on playing drama. Intrinsically, I wanted to prove that I am not useless so I learned hard. Extrinsically, I practiced a lot to enhance my acting skill for getting the complement from my parents.
The screams of my mother’s name filled my ears while my dad rushed through us to look for his phone. Mother ran to him to see what’s wrong and the words that came out his mouth shocked us all. It was 8am. My mother, sisters and I were still eating so we can head to school, while my father went outside to turn on his car. Come to find out, his car wasn’t there.