All most the whole thing compares. I still went to St. Louis and visited my aunt and uncle. I saw my cousins and we went to Cracker Barrel. When we got there we played the potato game. The next day we were going to go to Chimichangas but there was a big line, so we got dominos.
Stopping on The Way….We stopped in Kansas to stay the night after driving all day. An episode in the Odyssey was when they stopped and some of the men ate lotus flowers which made them not want to go home anymore. This was like us stopping and resting and not wanting to get back up and continue moving. The hunt was starting the next day so we knew we had to get going early. The guys and us two kids got back in the truck to drive to the property in Missouri where we would be hunting.
Mom already went to work, and dad said he wanted to eat dim sum for brunch. We drove to the dim sum place, but there were way too many people. We settled on Yoshinoya in the end. I ordered orange chicken for the first time, but the flavors conflicted, so I beef next time. Dad and I went to Cupertino library, but there were no seats.
Gabie was supposed to work on that Wednesday afternoon, but she had switched her days with Kayla for a special reason. The caller placed an order for three large pizzas under the name of John Robertson and requested Gabie for the delivery. Since Kayla traded days with Gabie, she had to make the delivery herself. Drew, their co-worker and friend from school took the order worked with a Kayla that night. The order was placed at 8 PM; she left with the delivery at 8:45 and Drew stayed and waited for her to return.
The Greensboro Four forwarded the Civil Rights movement when they desegregated lunch counters. In the fall of 1959, four young men, Ezell Blair jr., David Richmond, Franklin McCain, and Joseph McNeil enrolled as freshman at North Carolina A&T University (3). The Breaking point for the group came after Christmas vacation, Joseph McNeil returning to A&T after spending holidays in New York. McNeil was denied service at the Greyhound bus station in Greensboro (3). The four young men quickly became a close-knit group and met every evening in their dorm rooms for "bull sessions".
My little brother walks in and asked me to take him to the store. He wanted to get some things for his daughter before we left to Cold Lake. So I went for a quick drive to town and returned home within 16 minutes. When I approached my mom’s house I beeped the horn for her to hurry up because I wanted to get there before the stores closed. Of course me I forgot it was Friday which means late night shopping.
Unfortunately, I am at school right now so I didn’t get to skip school because of the game. My dad is going to pick me up at school at 2:00 for the 7:00 pm game so we can go out and tailgate and play around with the baseball and football that we are taking to the game. My dad is grilling hamburgers and hot dogs, and I am definitely going to have a hot dog with cheese melted on it and wrapped in bacon. School so far has gone by so slowly. I received to school at 7:30 and it is 10:00 am right now, but it has felt like a whole day has gone by.
After many obstacles I finally obtain my driving licence. My first appointment day was a friday morning of January. I remember I did wake up late and I took a shower really fast. When I get out of the shower my mom told me to eat something but i could not because I did not have enough time. I remember that I had to run to take the first bus.
We drove to Des Moines Iowa on July 21. It was a four hour drive, so I played my phone the whole ride there. About half way there we stopped at the outlet mall to buy stuff (like shorts, t-shirts, and pants). After that we stopped at Subway to get something to eat and drink. Once we got to Des Moines our coach got called because our baseball for that day got cancelled because of rain.
Then we finally got there so the social worker was talking to the foster parents and then the social worker left. Then my brother and sister show me to my room and then my brother and sisters said that you can start working unpacking i said ok i just couldn 't want to unpack so then i started unpicking so i was done then i want down the stairs then robin and bob then we eat dinner and just talking getting to know each untether it was a good conversation. Then we set down and watch T.V then, it was bed time 9:30pm so me and my sister and brother went to bed. Then the next day we my brother and sisters went to meet the whole family the foster mom she have 3 kids and plus her grandkids then were really nice to me so then, we went to dinner and that was really fun to do with this family. Then its was the next month of the year the social worker come again i was really happy to tell her what i have being going i said to her i have meet her kids her kids were really nice to me the she left.
I didn’t know how everything would be like. Even though I’ve watched football on TV I still felt nervous. Since it was my first game we bought expensive food. She wanted me to have my first football game be the best. When we first got there they checked our bags and we turned in our tickets.
It was hard to believe I was headed to University of Michigan to watch the Wolverines play Akron in football. It was my first time going to the Big House. Our tickets came late, we had to print off four copies to get in . We got there so early we tailgated with some students. Then went to buffalo wild wings for drinks and to use the bathroom before we went in the stadium.
The bus ride to the Amherst meet was just like any other that season. We were listening to music, talking, and joking about how much we were going to lose by. For so far in my rookie year we had lost every race. We walked the course before the race, but no one was really paying attention, we were still thinking about last night’s spaghetti supper. Carbo-loading before a meet while playing football and sitting by the fire had long been a tradition for our team.
It wasn 't until she turned from him and started to walk for the bedroom that it finally clicked in his mind, he had seen her before. She was a waitress, not in any of the diners downtown but in the colored joint out on Palm road. The good ol ' boys in town called it 'Nigga Ned 's Chicken Shack ' but Jim remembered the hand painted sign out front just said Ned 's Diner. Those same boys would crack jokes, but the simple truth was that if you wanted the best fried chicken in a 3 hour drive that was the place you went. Jim 's own graduation party had served that chicken and everybody had raved about it.
Saturday, August 15, 2015 we had our first softball game of the year. Starting our morning off, everyone met at the softball field to eat breakfast. Our coach, Jacob Kid, had us take a round of batting practice before we left to take on Hamilton. On our way to the game, I felt as if I was going to get throw up. Coach Kidd is an awful driver.