I had missed three days of school ever since I’m first day of sophomore because I told my mum I was too sick to go. While this was true, I couldn’t even choke down any food these days, I knew it was because of my fears and not my illness. It was the first day of sophomore, I’m glad that freshman year was over and a new year had come, but I finally got myself a boyfriend, that’s totally not in the cards. As I pace around the hallway panicky searching for Luke, Alexis parade into the hallway, red lipsticks on, high heeled stilettos clack echoed against the marble floors and granite walls, along with her crowd of ‘friends’. Her steps were closer, clack click clack click she was towards my direction, I scrambled through my books in the locker and lumbered away, the echoing sound of her steps sped.
A couple days later i found my mom laying in the bathroom crying. I knew what was wrong, i still didn't believe it. Doodle was not dead i just had this feeling he was still alive. I worked so hard to get doodle to be a normal person and he just died. That night i didn't eat, i sat in my room remembering all the things doodle
She was always positive, I still remember the day she was dieing. I came home all happy and in a really good mood, and I remember looking for my grandma everywhere so, I finally asked my grandpa where she was. My grandpa told me everything. The next thing I knew I was in my room crying my eyes out. I remember my grandma coming home
Even, though she spends every morning on school to draw and paint her teacher Mrs. LeSane never minded which she considered herself a lucky child (Barry, 1992, p.85). Instead, of judging Barry as
Only after five minutes of being there we quickly made the decision that this is not where we will be staying. We walked back through the heat looking for a different hotel, and we found one. One that looked clean and inviting. After taking long well needed naps, we all woke up and had to face the situation of how we were going to get home. My sister and I spent most of our time outside in the pool, as we tried to make something good of this terrible trip.
The rain outside had been as wild as her own fourteen-year-old helpless grief. She had not even been allowed to go to the station to see her mother off for India. When her clinging arms had been finally, regretfully, unloosed, she had rushed upstairs and sobbed all night into her mother’s empty pillow. … With the passing weeks and months the aching loneliness had never ceased, merely subsided.”
They were getting tired from running from the guards They ended up winning and fixing the teleporter. When they got home Louis asked where they been and Brian said, “in Stewie room”. Peter was confused because he went in there and didn’t see them and told Louis that they wasn’t in there. They looked everywhere in the house and asked neighbors if they saw them leave the house and they said no. When the family saw them they was so relieved and gave them a very very long hug, like they hugged them for an hour it was a very long
My first day in school was horrible. I didn’t know anyone and I knew very little english, words like “may I use the bathroom, Hi, yes, no,and thank you”. The only person that talked to me the first day was the teacher I did not end up not making friends. I cried for 2 months when we first moved here I hated everything I missed my old house, my friends and my school. I was mad at my mom for making us move here and my dad for moving here in the first place.
She would get tortured by other kids. On the day that the Sun was supposed expose itself from the clouds, the kids locked up Margot in a closet. When the Sun did come out, all the kids were so pumped and forgot about Margot. When the sun had disappeared over the clouds, the kids then realized that they had left her in the closet.
Haunted Blade I never really believed in things being haunted or anything supernatural at all in my life, at least not until a few nights ago. Right now I’m writing this on a piece of toilet paper with my own blood and a needle I stole from one of the nurses here at the mental ward. They’re going to lock me up forever once they find me.
We just got back from our dads about a week after the announcement. We got back to the house and that’s when I saw a sign that said sold, and this time I started crying on the inside and the outside. My mom, asked “What’s wrong?” “told her I never wanted to move!” and ran into my room crying in anger and sadness. Just about a week later I asked some of my friends if they would help me pack up some boxes and say our
The actual living conditions of most residential schools were not suitable for human beings. In a number of the institutions, the mortality rate from diseases such as small pox or tuberculosis was over 50 percent. (Cbwc.ca, 2016, p. 1) The rapid spread of diseases was promoted by the severe overcrowding in residential schools. (Cbwc.ca, 2016, p. 1)
We've all hit the point in our lives when fart jokes weren't funny anymore. This point was when we all thought we were mature and the kids that still made fart jokes were immature. What mature meant to me in middle school was not making fart jokes. What mature means to me now is going through a life experience that your attitude, gossiping, the responsibilities you take on, your views on life all change and you are a different person after that particular event. From first grade to sixth grade I went to Riverside Preparatory School with my two sisters.
When I was in high school, times were very difficult. I didn’t have many friends and I had issues that I had to deal with. I never understood why I didn't have many friends. I would talk to people and try to start a conversation. But, most people would shut me out.