As I wake up from a cold and delightful sleep my eyes filled with joy as I woke up to a snow filled backyard. I jumped out of bed got dressed and basically jumped off my porch into the soft powder snow. As more schools are switching to e - days less and less kids will be able to enjoy the fresh Pow - Pow of the fresh fallen snow. E days have been argued for a long time whether or not to have it. E dya are basically doing work on the computer from home when school is cancelled because of the heavy Pow - Pow that has fallen.
I looked around to find Faith and she was also trying to push through the snow. “Where are we? I don 't see my cabin anymore!” I shouted as loud as I could so Faith could hear me. “I think we’re lost! I’m so sorry!” My heart stopped as she said those words.
There’s no turning back when skiing, so when my brother and I realized our mistake we had to keep moving one, albeit slowly. At the end of the trail was an incredibly steep hill, we had never encountered something so steep while skiing. My brother went first, making sure to go slow and zig zag back and forth. When he finally got down, it was my turn to go. I tried my best to follow what he had down, going slowly left to right down the
Athletes love the slopestyle course, especially the one in Pyeongchang this year. “The course in PyeongChang is very creative. The test event was super unique and different than any other course I 've rode.” says Jamie Anderson , “It 's crazy how unique it is and how many options you can take on it. You 'll see so many different things. “ says Maggie Voisin, anther Olympic snowboarder.
An example of when she uses pathos is as follows, “A cold, wet day on the ice blue slopes of New England, freezing in leather boots and the generation of ski clothes before microfibers was far preferable to being left out of all the fun. Miss the lunches of soggy tuna fish sandwiches and Hershey Minis? No way!” This expresses pathos/emotions because, clearly stated, it was funny. If you went skiing in the sixties you would be able to relate and reflect back on those moments and laugh. Although this is only one of many examples of pathos, it is perhaps the most obvious
“There is nothing on this Earth more prized than friendship”- Thomas Aquinas. In the book, Peak, by Roland Smith readers are introduced to a boy named Peak who is a climber. Peak creates many new relationships with people while on Everest, but is still hanging on to a very important relationship. Peak becomes friends with this boy named Sun-jo, creates a stronger relationship with his father, and while he is on the mountain he misses his twin sisters more than anything else. Sun-jo is a Nepalese boy who is a descendant of a Sherpa.
With the gathering force of an essential thing realizing itself out of early ground, I faced in myself a passionate and tenacious longing— to put away thought forever, and all the trouble it brings, all but the nearest desire, direct and searching. To take the trail and not look back. Whether on foot, on showshoes or by sled, into the summer hills and their late freezing shadows—a high blaze, a runner track in the snow would show where I had gone.
But most of all, I love how the game has a way of comforting those who play it, like me. The game has a way of taking away the pains of the outside world. For the entirety of my time on the ice, I’m not thinking about that big test I have coming up 3rd period the next day, I’m not thinking about the huge cliffhanger that season 4 of The 100 left me on. All I’m thinking about is the game, and what I need to do to help my band of brothers succeed.
Many players try to make great plays by themselves, but they are only one man. “I have been practicing since I was 4 or 5 years old, but that wasn't really practice. I was just having fun.... I just loved to play hockey.”(Crosby)Another reason Sydney Crosby is so good is because he has been playing pretty much his whole life and plus he loves every bit he does as a hockey player. When Crosby said,” The best way for me to lead is through my game.” Sydney Crosby is the leader of his team and has continually shown he is the leader by playing to the best of his abilities and his hard work shows off.
Prompt: Horseback Riding and how it has shaped me to be the person I am today. As I galloped above Uniform, the new horse I had inherited from my father, I was facing a whole new challenge ahead of me. He was way more energetic than the ones I I had ridden before and obviously had a rough past, as he was very spooky while jumping fences. Having people close to the obstacles or unusual things like the big hat of my coach, would bring dark past memories to him, as he most likely was mistreated while being a foal. I had to be cautious at the beginning as I could not afford him taking control of me so early on.