P is for Poncho We got our oldest dog Poncho a really long time ago. We went to someone’s house that breeds Chihuahuas. There was so many dogs to pick. We saw a small one hiding under a desk. He was very nice and calm. The place named him Little One because he was the smallest. We chose him to take home. Poncho sat in a box on the ride home. We gave him lot’s of attention. He was pretty scared, being with a bunch of new people in a car. Poncho was nice to me the first few years we had him. I wasn’t the smartest kid when I was younger. I would pester Poncho so much. He didn’t get really aggravated for awhile. He eventually began to bite and growl at me. I was constantly poking him with pvc pipe. It got to the point where he would not let
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He was too smart for his own good. I walked up to him and he came over snorting and pawing and carrying on like he was the toughest thing since black powder. I put out my hand and he tried to snatch it from my arm. Just then Big Jake came over and he settled right down. Came over and nuzzled him.
Historical fiction novels allow the readers to get a basic idea of the time period the novel takes place in. The historical fiction novel, “The Shadow Spinner” by Susan Fletcher takes place in ancient Persia. The clothing of ancient Persia is portrayed by “A silky green gown floated down over my head...girdled my waist with a length of arose brocade--I slipped the comb inside it--then draped an amber-colored robe about my shoulders.” (Fletcher 33-34) This shows the outfit Marjan, the main character wears once she reaches the harem where the women reside.
Second, by wearing a hat you might be able to protect your face from direct exposure to the sun. A hat with at least a 2- to 3-inch brim all around is very common found in shops and are very good because it protects areas that are often exposed to the sun, “such as the ears, eyes, forehead, nose, and scalp3”. Also, a baseball cap can mostly protect your face and some parts of your body that are near the face. Some of the baseball hats are 7 inches to the front3. So basically, baseball hats are the best hat products to protect our face and body from the exposure to sunlight.
And listening to him talk about animals. He loved animals, he loved petting soft things too, and he was always talking about how we were going to have chickens and rabbits and how he was going to care for them, and how he went after that dead mouse
My mom picked it up and talked a while before she put it back down and said, “We found Skippyjon Jones’ owner!” At that moment, I was both happy and sad. I was happy that Skippy had an owner, and she would be able to return to them, but I also didn’t want her to go. Later, we got together with her owner and we gave Skippy back to him. We realized later that Skippy’s real name is Bandit.
The Jacket Sometimes in life, there are things that people need to do that they don’t want to. Gary Soto, shows the narrator to accept the things that are given. The book “The Jacket” tell the story about a boy that wears his jacket for a long time and needs a new one. When his mother gets him a jacket, everything turns into bad luck.
Native American Costumes Normally when people stereotype Native Americans, they don’t even mean to. For example, kids and/or adults can dress up as a Native American for Halloween. That might be all fun and games for some people, but it could be extremely offensive to an actual Native American. Just imagine yourself walking through a friendly neighborhood on a cool, eerie Halloween night, and you happen to be of Native American descent.
Charlotte Saylers Mrs. Estok Persuasive Essay February 8, 2018 The Beauty Of The Dog I believe that huskies love racing because it is their life, habitat, and they are bred to do it. These dogs were bred and born to race. Well I think that the dogs may get hurt or die from the race, but I think that you can’t take their life away.
Affects of Autism on family relations in the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is a “murder mystery” about an autistic, fifteen year old boy named Christopher and his journey as he investigates the murder of his neighbour’s dog. Yet instead, he uncovers the truth about his family and his “dead” mother. By being a child with autism, Christopher struggles to have sustainable relationships with his family. While he keeps a relatively good relationship with his father, it deteriorates to very low terms.
She likes to bark at anything. She’s about 8 years old and she still wrestles with Bailey in the morning and when I come home and let Bailey out of her kennel. She is tanish, yellowish, and brownish. She has a white stripe going up her snout to the middle of her head and another stripe down her stomach.
In the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time A pretty big theme is math. The math that is presented in the book is very interesting and makes the book very unique from other books, but it is also kinda hard to follow and sometimes makes the text difficult to read. Having to get used to his chapter system, the random equations he puts in there, and not really needed insight on maths made it an interesting read, to say the least. When I first started reading this book it was difficult to start out because of how interesting his text is.
I always asked him to turn his sirens on and he gladly did every time. As I had gotten a bit older I started hanging out with kids I probably should not have but I never changed I knew what was right and wrong and my parents would make us play in the front yard so they could keep an eye