Thursday: I woke up that morning, packed my bags, and my dad and I headed out. We left at 5 a.m. on our way to Mississippi. It was like any other road trip, long, tiring, and dreadful. The 13 hour car ride consisted of stopping to eat a couple times and a numerous amount of stops at rest areas to use the restroom and stretch. We pulled into the driveway of my aunts’ house and quietly snuck up to the door.
I only had a quarter left of the money for Springhill but I still had money for dinner later in my wallet. After that we had to pack up our luggage and the vans and park at the front of the parking lot. After that we had the last session where the band played and we summed up Spring Hill for the year. After all that we all said goodbye to the band and speaker.
The True Diary of Luke Skewis By; Luke Skewis Hi I’m Luke Skewis. I’m a 5’7, Sophomore at Negaunee High School. The stories you are about to read and very important lessons I learned from my friends, family, and coaches.
My friends and I kept making some sick jumps, we were having the time of our lives. It was about mid-day and we all breaked for lunch, by now the mountains were jam packed, and so was the cafeteria. “Well we just got $50 robbed from us” Nate said as we sat down at the only table we could find. And it was true they charge twenty dollars for a burger, fries and a drink.
Manly, Byron and Eva in the jail section of the Country Barn Restaurant in Amarillo Our last stop before we returned to Dallas. We invited Jo Carroll to join us because of all the times she has played hostess to us in our many trips to Amarillo. We ate at the Country Barn and the room they called, and I might add, looked like a jail. It was a nice evening and everybody had a fun time.
After that, the bunch of us got off of the boat and started to feed them by hand. If you threw it in the middle of them they would fight over the piece of bread. Then we got back on the boat and drove slowly. We were looking for starfish and we eventually found one.
Everyone has experiences in their lives that might change the way we look at things. In the past eight years my family have made all attempts to save and plan for a vacation. Every year, we plan different locations and make all traveling arrangements ahead of time. Last summer, we planned out a trip to Sierra Leone. We were all excited and looking forward to a very relaxing time after working very hard.
Game day: one of the most important, if not the most important day every week during the fall for any student. You can feel the Trojan Pride rushing through your body as your day begins. The whole school has a buzz going around it just thriving with anticipation for the upcoming game each Friday. That feeling of watching your team play under the lights is just an amazing feeling. September 4, 2015:
Ever since Christmas Day, when my grandmother gave Jason money for a few Sporting KC games, we planned to go to Sporting’s home opener. Jason and I talk about soccer scores and news constantly, resulting in one of our closest bonding points. We also follow soccer in Europe, especially in England. He roots for Chelsea and I root for Manchester City. Every time these teams in England play we talk about the best goals scored, and all the results of the games.
Once the season started I knew what I had to do to get my chance to win a state title. I started the season off, being ranked first at my weight class which was 106 lbs. That was a huge confidence booster and that 's when I knew it was my chance to win a state title. I went through the first half of the season being undefeated and then the second match back from Christmas break I bumped up to wrestle the third ranked wrestler at 113 lbs.
Zachary Whitmer had a hat trick for Sonora, scoring three goals. The game was tied 1-1 after the first half and Whitmer scored two of his three in the game’s final 40 minutes. Clayton Roberson scored Sonora’s fourth goal. “It was nice soccer tonight and I am excited for Thursday and it will be a good test against Summerville,” said Sonora’s head coach Lloyd Longeway. Sonora will play Summerville at Thorsted Field in Tuolumne at 7
The interviewee Gloria Nipping, is from Church, she’s always gone to 5pm mass on Saturdays ever since I can remember. Her husband Lou, goes fishing with my dad occasionally and so we are in constant contact with each other. Gloria was born in New Orleans, she lived 40 miles out of New Orleans in a small town, and her parish was Saint Charles, parishes were named after different saints. Gloria went to elementary school in a little town, it was a two room school with two teachers and each teacher had four classes, it was segregated. Gloria stated, “I was in a time when things were segregated.”
but my mom wanted patches so she won and patches got to go with us. we gave the other two to loving homes. Early on the weekend we had the trucks all packed up and we were ready to go. we left early in the morning so traffic wouldn 't be bad, it took us about 2 days to get down to South Carolina.
It seemed like every other Sunday in every other soccer tournament I had ever played. I play on the U-16 Shock Black team. We are a Division 1 competitive team. We were playing at Katy Park in Houston, and it was early evening and cold for February. I went through the motions with my team through warm up and kick off.