I cannot believe we have another marching band rehearsal. I have to walk out to the school’s marching band practice field again for the third time this week, just to go over what we already did yesterday. It is hot, humid, and I am tired. We go through all of this work, and we do not get anything from it. Why do we have to work for five hours a week for a ten-minute show anyway?
A Night At Power Finess 2Tymes Have you ever been in a frightening situation with a gun going off in the building well I have. It was one night at the club well let me start from the beginning it was a good day at work I just got my bonus check and after I got off I went to the mall to get me a outfit for the night. I was talking all over social media about the concert that was going down at the club and it was going to be live and a event of the year and they didn’t want to miss out on it. After That I went home and made sure all my camera gear was charged and ready to go I had to go buy some new rechargeable batteries for my speed light from best buy they were like $40.00 hurt my feelings spending that much on some batteries after I
We had landed in San Salvador, but our resort we were staying at was in Chalchuapa, two hours away. The whole bus ride there it was quite, people were either sleeping or off in their own world. I can never usually fall asleep on bus rides so i just stuck in my headphones and listened to music and thought. It was nice to smell the air there again. It wasn’t always the freshest because bigger cities, like San Salvador, or cows, but out there you can see the stars, smell the fresh air, and feel the wind.
Imagine going to the same school for 10 years, only to move away in the middle of 7th grade. Transferring schools, that was my life. I’d gone to Ocosta for 9 ½ years, from two years of preschool to the first semester of 7th grade, so the prospect of changing schools absolutely terrified me. However, when 8th grade started, I enrolled in the Aberdeen district and found my own way. Overall, my decision to switch schools was a much needed and very freeing change.
I said goodbye to you and hugged you close, I rushed home and half assed my homework as fast as I could in order not to have to come home early to finish it. I spent the next three hours getting ready, I showered about five times and changed ten outfits. I took the car to the car wash, checked the movie theaters schedual thirty times, drove around looking for the best resteraunt to take you to, I was completly ready by seven o’clock. Eight was way too far away. Your house is only five minutes away by car, but I left at seven thirty, not able to contain my excitment any longer.
We are expected to arrive in seven days April 17,1912. We hope to see you on the Great R.M.S Titanic! Sincerely, William Murdoch sailor of the R.M.S Titanic.” I was so thrilled that I got an invitation to go on the Titanic Packing my bags April 6, 1912, I realized after I got the invitation that it was only four days away. I still had to go and get some more clothes and supplies. I went to a store a few blocks away from me and got some more clothes for my trip.
I thought we sounded really good. I completely forgot about my audition while we played, but after we left I suddenly remembered it. I was nervous all over again. The audition room for the trombones was just down the hall from the band room. So it was a short walk, but it seemed like forever.
We had the same flight back home in 2 days, but Larisa, as it turned out, had different plans. I remember us strolling through the streets late night the day before our flight, when she suddenly asked, '' Do you want to stay? '' Deep inside of my heart I wanted to, but I was hesitating. I was terrified of obscure future; nevertheless, we have missed the flight the next day, intentionally. I still remember that feeling of emptyness inside of me that day-it was hard decision.
Spending that weekend in a almost Fargo-esque environment with some strange characters and beautiful scenery was an amazing experience. This story starts after having spent 8 hours in a car and having the realization I was getting sick the day before. I woke up at 7 o’clock to get ready and eat before I met my mentor. I was nervous but excited for the day ahead. I finished my oatmeal and began to walk in the snow to where I thought I saw the ranger station the night before, but then again it was dark out.