He had waited so long already. Mom put away the groceries and prepared dinner. She placed the covered dish in the oven and joined Dad on the sofa until dinner was ready. Tay-Tay had to do something to get his mind off of those donuts. He decided to play football by himself until it was time for dinner.
His intended audience for his Thayer Award speech was the West Point cadets who would one day lead our troops into battle. The purpose of the speech was to commemorate and entrust the cadets who would lead our troops. If the speech was written for a different audience, such as a more general and civilian group, it would need to have more pathos and diction directed at the common man and woman. No matter what audience the speech is written to, it contains powerful ideas and language that every audience will understand and with any audience, the message will always be the same and it will be for hundreds of
As my uncle was pulling up to the house, I thought to myself “ let 's get this over with.” We had gathered the food and piles of things in the trunk to take into the house. My sister rang the doorbell and I heard footsteps. A second later my aunt came to the view and said to my mom, “ Hello!
When I woke up I felt like a new person, yet there was something missing. Zaroff was gone and as far as I knew, there was nothing left to fear. I didn’t really know what to do next because I needed Zaroff to help me survive on this island and now he’s dead. I paced around for a little bit and then realized that I should probably eat. I went down the stairs to the kitchen and prepared some breakfast.
Payoff Day I just finished a Monday practice. Sweat is dripping off my head and my ankles are sore. We put everything in the shed and I thank God that we were going to the locker room. After all the push ups, drills, running, and working my ass off I just can 't wait to go home and eat dinner.
she realizes that that the sun is about to set. she starts heading home when she gets home she puts her jacket on the chair and heads up stares. she gets ready to go to bed after she is ready. she heads to bed and falls asleep around two in the morning she wakes up to the sound of thumping like someone stomping on pavement getting closer to her window suddenly it stops and there is something standing out side of her window the scarecrow opens it and grabs Lucy and shoves her in a bag Lucy screams but it does not wake up anyone.
The Vietnam War and pressures surrounding it eventually led to the end of the military draft. This meant that the U.S. armed forces would be comprised of an all-volunteer force, as it remains today. The Vietnam War had significant implications of the foreign policy of the USA. The United States of America failed in preventing the Communist takeover of Vietnam and had to reexamine its policy and initial involvement in the region. All around the world including UNO criticized the American involvement in the Vietnam War.
While I reach for the doorbell, and gently pushing it, I feel ill. I can slightly hear my mom talking to my dad through the door. I can glimpse the shadow of her in the glass window, and I can hear the recognizable footsteps of her slippers, making that clicking noise that used to make me furious. The door opens up, and I force a smile. “
it is a dreadful virus so I was sleeping on the ground. Carrying on, I need a cool glass of water. I slowly walked out of my tiny bedroom, it felt amazing to get a little bit of fresh air. I am just going to say it is very bothersome staying in a tiny room while coughing up hairballs, or what it felt like.
Coming from BCT to my unit was a big change. You go from standard military bearing to a laid back informal style. I arrive to my unit in July of 2008, from that point until January 2010 was spent training for a deployment. Now there is nothing that can prepare you for a deployment. You can go through all the briefings and all the trainings you want but nothing will prepare you for it.
An example of this is “"For the support of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor" (Jefferson 146). Jefferson is willing to give up anything to protect America, to be better off alone without Britain. Benjamin Franklin was also willing to give his life to perfect himself. He sent 24 hours a day making sure he abided by his quest for personal independence through the thirteen virtues he constricted. Just like how Jefferson Was willing to put everything on the line for independence.
Everything was black until my rude awakening. I woke up to the sound of my alarm clock shrieking like no tomorrow. I throw myself out of my bed trying not to fall back asleep. I think to myself, Great, another day of school, and that was my first thought, the first thing I thought about the day, but what I would be thinking later would be much worse. Tomorrow I have my first geometry unit and next week I would be having my first geometry quiz.
The smell of the onion and carrot soup from today lingers in the air. Bread crumbs litter the floor like sand on a beach. I always stay late in the evening to help clean up. As usual, Henry Watkins takes the longest to let the soup move down his throat to his hungry stomach. He was one of the firsts to start eating dinner here.