The school board pushes for students to begin their day with a good nutritious breakfast, however give a school day the morning after students devoured buckets of candy. After eating a healthy low sugar meal, it takes an adults blood sugar up to 4 hours to go back to its normal level. If a human age five to eighteen eats sugary foods all night and gets up early for school they will still have a sugar rush which, according to Dr. David Ludwig, professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School “causes children’s blood sugar levels to rise quickly and then fall” (Live Strong). If schools want students to have a good nutritious meal they need to stop having a school day after the holiday dedicated to high blood sugar and sugar crashes. Along with not giving enough time for the body to recuperate, schools also ask for at least nine hours of sleep but don’t let us have
It was a big day-- graduation day. Jaylee hopped out of bed with a smile on her face and ran down to the kitchen. Her mom was standing at the stove, making her famous pancake breakfast. Jaylee walked up to her and gave her a kiss on the cheek before walking into the living room. Thirty minutes later, her mom called for her to tell her that breakfast was ready.
They won 't ever find out. So when it was Friday, I woke up at 5 in the morning, put my clothes on put my makeup on then ate breakfast and went to school. The same usual routine of my school days. My friend and I made up this whole plan that my parents were going to drop me off at school
One hot and sunny summer day in Middleberry, Vermont, The two best friends Marie and Amelia, were walking around their town. They were heading to their most favorite restaurant in Middleberry called Grannies Café. “I am so hungry,” remarked Marie. “I know, but Grannies Café is only a few more blocks away,” said Amelia. “I don’t feel very normal, you now some suspicious things have been happening around town lately,” said Marie.
It was fun and exciting learning about different animals I had never known they exist. Wishing I could have stayed for more time, we left and got into the
While running down the stairs I smelt something delicious. Mom had cooked some eggs, grits, and bacon. I quickly ran to the table, sat down, and ate my breakfast. Mom had asked why I was in such a rush.
I read for another hour, then I slept the rest of the way there. We got there and saw the hotel and we were awestruck. The hotel was fifteen stories tall and was right on the ocean, as we got off the elevator on the fourteenth floor, we were stunned by the killer view of the ocean. Not counting when we got to our room which had two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, and a porch that had a stellar view of the ocean and of Destin.
I was sitting at my dining room table eating a cold bowl of lucky charms one late Saturday night. I noticed that the rainbow colors from my cereal had drifted into my milk creating a vibrant ray of pinks and greens. That’s when I looked down to see my phone flashing with a message from my dad asking if we could talk now. Instantly, I opened my phone and said that I would be ready in five minutes. I quickly drank up my colorful milk, set my bowl in the sink, and walked up stairs.
I even decided to put little cereal collectibles inside because they made me remember morning when I ran downstairs and opened the cereal box just for the collectible. As the weeks went on, I found more things to put in my box that reminded me of germany and all the fun I had. 2 weeks before my flight, my friends had a goodbye party for me and gave me a shirt with a picture of him and I. I immediately put the shirt in my box and knew I would protect it and keep the box forever. On the day of our flight, I made sure my box was in the luggage and that I would bring it with me.
After driving five hours from San Jose to Los Angeles in a compact Honda Civic, my mom, brother, me, and my cousin, Harneet, rushed to get to our first stop, Disneyland, as fast as possible. We knew the park would be full because the temperature was going to reach the upper 90s and it was the 60th anniversary of the happiest
December 22, just another day, or so I thought . Everything was going as planned, waking up and enjoying the beautiful morning. I thought to myself “What could go wrong this day.” I played my basketball game at Serra and after a good win went to dinner with my parents. We enjoyed the delicious and steamy chinese food served by our waiter.
Also, it allowed me to demonstrate to my residents that I was invested in them by showing them my role on the floor is not a passive one, but an active one. I didn’t just send them out on their scavenger hunt and relaxed for an hour. I went out, biked around looking for each team, saw the silly things they were doing together, and got to know them all better as a result of this bonding
I've attended the ball numerous times some while on active duty, at times with dates, at times with friends, but today it is with someone special. Today, November 10th, is the 240th Birthday of the United States Marine Corps (USMC), and I am anxious. I've been planning this for weeks, and two days ago I visited my favorite spa at Nordstroms in preparations for today. I had a full body depilation, and a body wrap as well. This morning I returned for a french manicure/pedicure, and deep tissue massage.
I’ll never forget how I felt the first time I walked into Prairie Ridge High School. I was surrounded by approximately sixteen hundred other students and I knew exactly none of them. I had never been that alone before and when I walked through the cafeteria doors, I felt the first seed of doubt that maybe I should have stayed in Union, with my mom. At that moment, I wanted to turn around and run out of Prairie Ridge, hop in the car, and drive the four hundred miles back to my friends, my teammates, and the majority of my family. Instead, I took a deep breath and sat down.