I have been embraced by my department; a group of single mothers far more educated than I am, who nevertheless give me a voice and an opportunity to speak. I sit at the table during community police meetings, and I am there when we gather with the hospitals and organizations that silently move mountains to improve the area. On the weekends, I organize sports and games in the park for kids at risk for gang recruitment. I helped sixth graders plant mums along Main Street; for many, it was the first time they had planted anything. Mums and sports in the park are precious, surface level community projects.
I didn’t realize at the time, how intimidating it must have been to come into a close-knit group as an outsider. He was trying to not come across as shy, and I was unfairly judging the new kid. Fast forward 6 days. We were in Lexington, KY, and I was warming up to Matt. We’d had a few opportunities to chat and he was quite intriguing to me.
I met new friends and even passed driver 's ed. Marching band was fun I was very sceptical about getting all my music memorized but Ms.Snider made it very easy and kept encouraging me to get it done, along with the other members in my saxophone group. I had watched the marching band as a kid and I never thought that it was as hard as it really is. Getting all the steps and starting on your left food is very important when staying in step and getting a good rating at contest. My friends and I got even closer, and I made a lot more friends.
I have lived hartford and the same house for all my life. It was fun when I was younger because my 2 bestfriends lived across the street. However you will soon see that nothing gold can stay. Chapter one In the beginning Because I don 't remember my younger years as well,
Hayes has had a rough life from being a slave to having his school burnt down, and now having a family and 2 kids, its amazing. Hayes and LeLe are very grateful for their lives and that their children won’t have to be slaves like them. Today is the grand opening of his new university. People from all over came to see him and this new school. Hayes thought it was crazy that people would travel hours on hours just to see him open the doors of a new school.
My parents urged me to keep trying and thankfully I never gave up and kept playing. By the end of the class my game was much better and I was finally keeping up with the other kids and from that point on I never looked back and my love for playing hockey continued to grow. After completing the class I joined the youth roller hockey league at the community center. Playing in the league taught me the fundamentals of hockey from basic skills like skating to what its like playing on a team and what it takes to win games and achieve the ultimate goal of winning a championship. Since then I have played hockey on a variety of levels from house leagues to travel leagues.
“Ben are you excited” I asked Ben Ben said “ Yeah, I’m pretty excited it’s been a couple of years since i 've gone.” I told him he didn’t sound very excited. I got to church and talked to Mark for a bit and Grant one our friends showed up. Mark said he needed help getting the back two seats out of the van so we could put luggage back in the vans. After waiting for ten minutes we packed the vans and left. The ride there was two hours long and was so much fun.
Previously, my friends in California told me that all Indiana had to offer was corn. Of course, being a third grader, I believed them. However, I knew Indiana had something that California did not. Indiana had snow. I stayed hopeful because I have always wanted to see snow.
In the start of the book in chapter 1, Montage is walking home from the fire house. He meets a young, friendly girl named Clarisse McClellan. They converse for a bit and everything seemed normal to him until Clarisse starts asking him unusual questions and odd statements “I bet I know something else you don’t. There’s dew on the grass in the morning.” He suddenly couldn’t remember if he had known this or not, and it made him irritable.” (Bradbury 9). This is the first time Montage had to struggle think to himself in confusion, he has been living his life in a regular routine for nearly a decade now, that he never had the opportunity to see the little things in life, this alone really makes him wonder about his lively satisfaction.
Rob was talking to his friend Roosevelt, which he had brought his cousin (Paulette), and Rob found good interest into her. Rob and Paulette started hanging out more and more, and then one day, it all happened in a blink of an eye. They kissed. Rob and Paulette were not sure of how their parents would approve of this, so Rob brought Paulette to his house to visit with his family, and his parents were partially shocked because they want him to be more focused on school than dating and stuff. Rob and Paulette kept on being friends and just went on with life.