In the end of the Great Gatsby, Daisy’s and Tom’s marriage is saved. All distractions were removed from their marriage. Another reason Daisy chose Tom was because of their child together. She had a growing fear that if she chose Gatsby, she would not get the chance to see her daughter often. Even though their child is not mentioned often in the novel, Fitzgerald elaborates
The entire reason a team is put together and participating in practice almost every day is going towards our goal as a team to win games. Aside from our goal of winning our games, my volleyball team also worked our way to going to districts—where the top teams go to play against each other for the title of district champions. Then, if we were to make it past districts, we would participate in trying to win states—another tournament that multiple winners of different districts come together to compete against each other. Joining the volleyball team for me was for my personal enjoyment and to get involved in my high school community. These two reasons are what the majority of people join the team for.
She also comes to breakfast on the terrace the first morning she is at the villa with her makeup done and ready for the day. After being with Raymond and Cecile for a while after the engagement announcement, she begins to take on a motherly attitude. This is evident when she instructs Cecile on what to eat. She says, “‘To look at all decent you ought to put on six pounds. Your checks are hollow and every rib shows.
She decided to spend her entire day drawing and painting as opposed to finding a real job and providing for her children. “Mom devoted herself to her art. She spent all day working on oil paintings, watercolors, charcoal drawings, pen and ink sketches, clay and wire sculptures, silk screens, and wood blocks. She didn 't have any particular style; some of her paintings were what she called primitive, some were impressionistic and abstract, some were realistic. "I don 't want to be pigeonholed," she liked to say.” As a spectator, it seems as if Rose is trying to instill a follow your heart montro to her children at a young age.
‘Maybe I can take that trip now, leave you in Hollis’ hands. She loves you already.’” For Beatrice to say that is a wonderful thing to say. Hollis has not loved a lot of families. In all the homes she has been, she has run away from them. She does not want to be with them and not cause them trouble.
In the story The Paring Knife by Michael Oppenheimer, the author uses symbolism many times throughout the story. He uses the knife as an example of how this couple overcomes their argument they had after dinner. The story starts off with a husband and the women he loves cleaning their house. In the process of cleaning the husband finds the paring knife under the refrigerator. He then shows his wife and she asked him where he had found it.
She’ll be there” (33) and when a different friend of Cammie’s says, “You’re going to have to talk to her eventually”(33), Bex responds, “I can’t do it” (33). Cammie’s friends were originally just mad at her for leaving them behind and worried about her, that they didn’t think about being mad at her for leaving, so once she returns, they finally start being angry at her for running away in the first place. During a counselling session, Cammie says,“I think I lost him... and her. I think I’ve lost them. But I guess they lost me first” (72).
its was a regular moring a bright and quiet morning and i had woken up and ran downstairs , i saw my parents and my sister. Mom was cooking breakfast , dad was reading the newspaper , my sister jill was in the living room watching t.v. i walked to the table and said “ good morning ” with a big smile on my face. They all replied with “ good morning to you too ”. After we all had finished breakfast i got upstairs to get ready to leave for my grandparents house ”.
Although "Oppai Volleyball" is created in the usual fashion of the indie Japanese film, nevertheless, its central concept makes for a movie that stands apart from the plethora of similar ones. Mikako is a newly transferred teacher at a junior high school. Excited for her new job she volunteers to coach the boys volley club. However, she soon realizes that she has been assigned a bunch of lazy teenagers whose main concern is to peep at girls. In her anxious effort to motivate them to start training, she asks them what it would take to make them put some effort into volley.
After moving around so much, she gets tired of it and writes a letter to her mother to come and take it with her. However, she realizes towards the end of the book how much she loves the family, when they get sick she helps them with everything they need and genuinely cares for them but it's too late. She made her own destiny and her grandma goes to visit her. Later she tells her to move in with her. At the beginning of the book, Gilly would have loved that but when she moved away she understood that it was not what she needed.