I practice frequently with my mom’s car, especially on my parallel parking. Of course I told all my friends and family that I was about to become a new driver. The day finally came. A day filled with excitement, but also a knotted stomach. All day I was thinking about all the possible mistakes I could make, touching the cones, going over the curb and not using the turning signals.
One of the events in your life I can relate to is when Lucky had got hit by a car in the chapter Jason Highway. I can relate to this chapter because my first dog ever named Lu-Lu got hit by a car like Lucky. It All went like this, when I was walking Lu-Lu down the street in Raritan before I moved to hillsborough. Next, as I was walking Lu-Lu she did not know how the world worked because she was only 1 year old, so as I was saying a garbage truck was roaring by and Lu-Lu got scared and ran into the street and got hit by the huge truck. I was only 6 when I saw this, this was the most scariest thing that happened to me at the time.
I called one best friend of mine to teach me how to drive. He came to my place, took my car keys and drove us to a isolated place where i could learn driving, After 2-3 hour when we guys were very tired,so we thought of returning home. My friend came on the driving seat and started driving back us to home. On way back to home suddenly my car started jerking. We both started getting nervous.
They finally got to Atlanta, where they set up in the middle green of the raceway. During the night before the race, they were awakened many times because the wind was blowing extremely hard. The next morning, they woke up to over a foot of snow. So much for the prediction of rain with no snow in the forecast. Obviously, the race was cancelled.
“It was stolen along with a container of gas about an hour ago. I called the police and Alma left in her car. We don’t know where she is,” “Where could she have gone?” I questioned while my heart sped up even more. Not only was my grandmother a victim of theft, she was missing. My sister, Emily, was driving us home and she could tell I was getting nervous.
It was December 25, 1999, and my partner Jorge and I were driving down a country highway in our police car near Chicago. We usually worked during the holidays, so that some other officers could get a day-off. There was a ton of snow that year; streets were barely visible. Driving down the street slowly was pretty boring, so we just talked. "There is a lot of snow today," I murmured.
Of course since I was the youngest I got stuck in the middle. The car ride took two days to get there.We went through Colorado,Utah,Arizona, Nevada, and finally we got to California. Colorado was probably the most difficult time going to California. There was a blizzard in Colorado and it was the middle of the night.The sight of the snow falling while going in the middle of the mountains was impeccable. The only
The city of Los Angeles is also struggling with providing shelters, especially for the winters. City council members of Antelope Valley, a city in the Los Angeles area, have decided to step up to this problem. "Lancaster 's only emergency shelter actually closed around August, ' said Raquel Ziegler, crisis housing coordinator for the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority. 'There 's very limited shelter in that area and it gets extremely cold. "The Antelope Valley has some of the tougher temperature extremes in L.A. County, with hot summer days and winter nights that can dip into freezing temperatures.
One time I ended up kicking a ball in Big Base and fell down because my knee had popped. Another time I walked down our stairs, and it slipped. Six months after the first time falling, I needed surgery. Normally on a Friday morning, I would have ridden the bus to school and hung around until class started. Instead, I hopped into my mom’s suburban, and we rode to St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls.
Although I love to drive there is an aspect of diving that I hate, traffic is my enemy it is stressful and time consuming. My plan for my observation was to observe my day that I knew consisted of driving and unfortunately sitting in traffic. My day looks like, I go to work in the morning and drive to my parents ' house. My job consists of me driving and making deliveries, I get on my phone and open the post mate 's app I go online and wait for a job. Once I got notified that I had a delivery to Chicago bagel authority I opened Apple maps and started to drive.