“Where we love is home, home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts” - Oliver Windell Holmes Jr. Throughout most of my life, I’ve lived between the neighborhood of Bayou Road and Pine Street in Eudora, AR. The people are generous and peaceful, there has been good and bad times, all the neighbors love to have fantastic gatherings, and we love to endure each other. Along the streets of my neighborhood, my neighbors love to keep their yards in great condition, bills in check, and stay consistent. Towards South Pine Street, the curious children loved to relax and play on the wide field of the projects.
The neighborhood I grew up in had been a very close community. All the children were best friends and so I spent a lot of time building forts, making snowmen, and just playing endless games with her. However, I hadn’t seen them much since I moved. I reached City Sports and decided to cross the street since Wholefoods was right across the street. I decided to run across for some reason.
Scicon informal letter Dear 5th grader, First of all, if you enjoy the outdoors, like to learn, love to walk on tiny, little trails and admire nature then Scicon is the right place for you. There are so many things that you can do while at Scicon, it includes arts and crafts, campfires, plays of the hermit stories, bird watching and so many more, that if I tell you everything that includes having fun at Scicon then there wouldn 't be any surprises for you and it would take up the whole letter. Next year if you plan on going to Scicon (which you should, I mean it 's a good idea) you should be looking forward to finding out what cabin you are in and who your counselor is. Also, on Wednesday you will get to pick your elective
HPAC stands for “Health Professions Affinity Community” and is a club that is designated to help tackle medical issues that are prevalent in the communities of Northeast Ohio through innovative projects. One of the past memorable projects that I have ever conducted was the garden project. In middle school, I noticed that a lot of students had unhealthy lunches and were unfamiliar with the benefits of healthy eating. To solve this issue, I worked on creating a school community garden that could help spread awareness about the importance of healthy eating. Once the garden was fully grown, I began noticing how successful our garden was.
The school had organized a Habitat Trip to the Philippines, where my classmates and I decided to go to build houses. The trip was such an unforgettable vacation for me with many different emotions such as happiness because of building houses, playing with some poor kids, and experiencing the beauty of nature. Sometimes, when I recall, it seemed like only yesterday. It’s really a happy trip. I can still remember how excited I was when waiting for departure in the Dammam airport.
Many people become so disciplined to their tradition that they will follow it without questioning its morals. In Shirley Jackson’s novel, The Lottery, Jackson begins the story off in a sunny village, where tradition plays a significant role in keeping the village peaceful. To take part in their yearly tradition, the eager villagers gather together, waiting for the arrival of Mr. Summers and the black box. The
People call this the American dream but it is also my dream. Though I never lived there, it is my home away from home. I go back there every summer to the warm hugs of my family, and to reminisce about all the memories I made there. It is my happy place and it has everything from daily baseball games and my friends house a block away. The atmosphere makes me smile.
I grew up in the inner city of Cleveland, Ohio. Growing up in my neighborhood was fun, we played kicked ball, held softball games, and also celebrated many holidays with each other. Every summer, during the carnival the children of the neighborhood would participate in the talent show and win prizes. Growing up in Cleveland you were also able to enjoy the zoo for free on Monday 's, and also, watch movies in the park. Cleveland is also home for fresh corn beef and polish boys.
This house was a fixer-upper and on lots of land. The house was on a farm. It had a pond, huge fields and had a barn. I was starting to like it because i was able to go wherever I wanted and explore. When I started school there I made friends very quickly.
I like seeing my grandparents and I like that they are still there. I think the weather is going to be warm and I am thinking about having a fun time when I am there. I was very happy to hear my mom and dad tell me that I was going to Alabama. “What are we going to do when we go to Alabama?” I asked my dad. “We are going to be doing something fun,” said