I thought it was going to be a group of about ten. After we went over the rules we had to board a bus to the river itself, which was about forty minutes or so. After we had made there we were all told to get into a raft and sit on the edges but, of course my dad was in charge telling us all what to do. After, we had done a couple of rapids it was finally time for a swim break, of course I fell out and the water was freezing cold! As soon as I got back in I was back right
Aldo Leopold decided to write about how he understood about time and life by using a mountain as an example. John Muir wrote how it takes years for trees to grow but only a day to cut them down is like life. Rachel Carson writes how pollution from modern industrial has ruined the balanced of the Earth overtime. In the essay “Where I Lived, and What I Lived For” by Thoreau, he writes about a time where he moved to Walden Pond. Thoreau wrote how he would go a-fishing in the pond and he would drink directly from the pond.
Richard M. Donovan wrote the book “paddling the Wild Neches”. Once the story is fully read, the realization of what a human will do in order to keep an important place that values so much, it is magnificent. Richard was 66 years old during his 200 mile canoeing expedition, he did not think that he was going to make it happen. However, he accomplished what he felt he needed to do so he can open minds about a place that needs their help. He captured what was hidden in the river and wanted to tell his story about it.
I've been looking forward to coming to this beauty for the past 3 months ever since my mom had finally agreed to let me go. Although she didn't want me to go alone no one else would go with me so she bought me one round trip ticket to a small Alaskan town, with a connecting flight to Lake Clark. I thought that my high expectations may be lowered as soon as I got there, but I was wrong. I could only see some of the 4 million acre park and the little that I could see had already taken me aback with it's beauty. I could see the Sitka Spruce and hoped
At the end of the book Holden had gone into a safe house. “I could probably tell you what I did after I went home, and how I got sick and all, and what school I'm supposed to go to next fall,after I get out of here”(Page: 234). This event showed that Holden was taking actions for what he had done which was very mature. Holden was finally able to face all the things and take responsibility. The comparison to the movie was how to other main character Jennifer (David’s twin who goes with him) decides to stay in pleasantville “ I'm not ready yet.
Then I noticed Miss Soar and she approached me “Hello, I’m so glad you are here! I can’t wait for these next two weeks.” “Hi Miss Soar! I’m happy I can help, this is going to be loads of fun.” I responded. She spoke with such composure, I wish I had that
(We need something to fill in here). Then after that part, at the end of the movie we find what happened and i accidentally gave it to my grandma for Christmas. (WE NEED TO ADD WAY MORE SOON) Characters: Nolan - Kevin Oswald = Nerd/Chemist Geeky ass clothes, glasses, not too stereotypical tho the look has to be just enough to show that he’s a nerd but is kinda the plug too so he’s respected. He is very smart when he talks, knows chemistry to an extent, but doesn't typically do well with violence. We become friends with him early in the movie and figure out he can cook our shit.
When Blanche arrives at Elysian Fields she is highly disappointed because she thought it would be like heaven on earth. The town is also symbolic because Elysian means paradise (Stefanovici 161-166). Blanche is so desperately trying to escape her reality that she is willing to do
Even though it was hard for me to know that my Grammy had passed away, someone told me that I needed to be excited for her. She is no longer in pain. She had been suffering for three years since my Pop-pop passed away. After I heard those words, I was no longer sad about my Grammy’s passing but joyed that she could
It was a nice start to a cold winter morning just when I got out of bed, I knew that this missions trip was going to be amazing but I did not know that it would change my life forever. It all started after my sister came back from a missions trip from Mexico, that I got the burning desire inside to go and help out and maybe even one day become a missionary. Once she was home though she told me all these wonderful stories of how she had helped out people with things like fix broken houses, paint the church's, but also she told me about how she got to know herself more and fix some of her bad habits and behaviors that she did not even know she had. That is what really inspired me to go on this missions trip, but prior to heading off to Mexico,
Florida was a place of more significant opportunities of improvement with an abundancy of products and job opportunities, and while she did felt pain in her heart and her stomach drop with nervousness, Maria had to take that chance to help her family and herself have a new life to enjoy living in. The pain she felt upon arrival was not all physical on the outside, rather on the inside, but Maria shrugged it off and with a reluctant smile took a few steps on the soils of the new state she would call