Meanwhile, in school, she has a new teacher, Mrs. Whaley, whom she wants to please and to show she is a good student. Yet, as the days go by, Ramona feels like she is being a pest to the teacher, especially the incident when she cracked a raw egg, which her mom accidentally gave for lunch instead of hardboiled egg. Ramon validated her thoughts when she heard the teacher saying she was a nuisance after the incident. Also, Ramona met a boy he named “Bigfoot”, whom he dislikes and fights him, but eventually she became friends with him. Besides those two worries, Howie, a neighbor of Ramona offers to give money if she babysits his younger sister, Willie Jean.
The Franks had planned to go into hiding on July 16th, 1942, but Margot received a work order for July 5th. Because of this, the family had to move the plan 10 days forward. Anne had given her close belongings, that she could not take, to her close friends. The Franks had officially gone into hiding on July 6th,1942. Only several trusted people knew about the Franks.
His main focus, however, is to support his family and if he were given the opportunity to have a better life he wants his family to go with him. Therefore, Victor is a responsible, protective, positive, optimistic young man who enjoys the little things in life. Although Victor had the choice of not picking crops, he started working at Mexico at 8 years old picking lettuce because he wanted to help his parents out, and his parents were not managing well. When Victor gets ready to head out to the fields, he makes sure that he has everything with him, and checks if the truck is still running. He is a hard working teenager, who picks and carries heavy loads of vegetables about 1,500 pounds a day.
Yvette Thompson was born in 1993 on November 12th at Our Lady of Mercy in the Bronx, New York. Her mother was a young twenty-year-old desperate to be on her own and move out of her parents’ home. She accomplished graduating from high school and attending college only for a semester until the death of her oldest brother and sister. Which caused her to have to find a job to help support her family. Her father was a twenty-seven-year-old man establishing himself in the work force.
Two years after we moved back myself, and my mom moved out and into an apartment in Watertown where we were living. That school year I was getting in trouble almost every week and almost got expelled but I straightened up. The next summer, I moved to Sussex Wisconsin. I didn 't really like it there, but the only thing I liked was that my football team was second place in the division that we were in. The basketball team for school was in like fifth or sixth place.
It became worse around the year of 2006-2007 when my mom’s business had a major financial difficulty. My siblings and I were forced out of our home, and ended up living in our brother-in-law’s house. Fortunately, in September 2007, the U.S. Consulate approved our paperwork and allowed us to come to the United States. It was a dream came true for my family because we believed we would have a fresh start and a better life here in the U.S. As we moved to America, I personally was so grateful for a chance to go to high school. Nonetheless, I was overwhelmed by the language barrier.
He scratched the white stubble whiskers on his cheeks nervously. “I’m so used to him,” he said softly.” Candy was nervous that they might be right, it might be the right thing to do but he was afraid it might be the biggest regret in his life because he would be lonely because of the absence of friendship. Candy gave up after he knew he had no hope of keeping his friend (the dog) “awright- take ‘im” he laid back on his bunk and crossed his arms behind his head and stared at the ceiling.” Candy tried his best to avert looking at his poor dog because he can avoid crying or him getting sad or that he might change his mind even though he does not have a choice. However, Sometimes candy regrets agreeing for them to kill his dog, “I ought to shot that dog myself, George. I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog” he also regrets that he was not the one who put his dog down, he thinks that he is the one who was supposed to do it and not let anyone “stranger” do it for him.
So Billy tries to help Josh by bringing Josh his dad 's clothes and taking his dad 's money. They go to New York together and try to find out where Zoltar is so they can switch Josh back, but with no luck they go to the licensing bureau, where they are told they will get a paper with all the information about Zoltar’s whereabouts in a couple weeks. Feeling discouraged they go to a diner and get food and discuss what job Josh should apply for and Billy helps Josh write his resume. When Josh gets a job Billy and him are still friends, Billy comes down to New York to hangout with Josh at his job. But when Josh starts to develop a relationship with Susan, one of his coworkers, he becomes busy.
The men always thought they knew best and they would often laugh and scoff when the women would try to voice their opinions. In “The Yellow Wallpaper” the narrator tries to explain to her husband that the summer house they are living in is not helping her condition and that it needs to be renovated, but he does not take her seriously. Instead, John replied that “the place is doing you good and really, dear, I don’t care to renovate the house just for a three months’ rental”(Perkins 772). John was not listening to his wife at all and she wasn’t even getting better, but he told her she was. The men did not pay attention to any of their wives concerns and they would often let the woman know what they were saying was nonsense.
Tom, who went away from his mother and sister sees it as a way of getting away from his mother who did not only blame him for not telling them all about Jim (Laura’s suitor) moreover; did not appreciate him despite all he did for their family. Williams writes, “All right, I will! The more you shout about my selfishness to me the quicker I’ll go, and I won’t go to the movies!” (Qtd in Barnet, Burto, and Cain, p.
Aeshia was a student at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, New York until fall 2003 when she had to move out due to the fact that her child’s father became physically abuse. Aeshia life became very tough, she had to sleep on beaches she took her son with her both of them stayed at an EAU. It became difficult when she had to wake up early in the morning and leave her children with her girlfriend. Her way getting to school was by riding the train, waking up early in the morning to get to Brooklyn. Adriana, Aeshia, Asad and Johnny were homeless college students.
Yesterday was an awful day. First I woke up late and I had to skip breakfast and then I had to dash to school. At school I was talking to a friend and was forced to wear a dunce cap and stand in the corner. Next when I got out of school I tripped and cut my knee because the road in my neighborhood is bad it is uneven cobble stone and dirt. When I got home my parents told they want to talk about be joining a guild because my father works in the metal working guild.