“I’d like to know what he’s really up to. As if a normal boy cares what’s on the news — Dudley hasn’t got a clue what’s going on, doubt he knows who the Prime Minister is! Anyway, it’s not as if there’d be anything about his lot on our news —” “Vernon, shh!” said Aunt Petunia. “The window’s open!” “Oh — yes — sorry, dear …” The Dursleys fell silent. Harry listened to a jingle about Fruit ’N Bran breakfast cereal while he watched Mrs. Figg, a batty, cat-loving old lady from nearby Wisteria Walk, amble slowly past.
Janie and Reeve went to the Ice cream and this made Janie have a flashback. In her flash back, she saw twin baby boys and a woman. The little boys were crying and Janie was asking the woman for ice cream. The woman told Janie no because she was dealing with the twins and Janie left to the ice cream shop. This all happened when Janie turned three years
And Jeannette and her siblings always picked their lunches from the cafeteria trash at school. “We haven’t had anything to eat, but popcorn for three days”, “Mom that ham’s full of maggots. Don’t be so picky, just slice off the maggoty parts”. This can be likened to poverty in
The first day of elementary school is a monumental memory for children and their parents. The aroma of cinnamon rolls filled the air as my mom prepared me for my first day as a kindergartener. My pink sparkly bookbag sits next to the door beside my new light up velcro tennis shoes. My mom opted to buy me the velcro shoes because she did not know how I would be able to tie my shoes utilizing only my left hand. Chris is my older brother and he was going to be starting fourth grade at Highland Elementary School.
But, we went home and gave the medicane to my dog. Everyday, twice a day, we got the peanut butter out of the cabinet and smothered the blue and white colored pills with peanut butter so, Bailey didn’t taste them. Everything was going ok until one morning, it was red, white and, blue day at school and Mandy and I were getting ready for school just like we did every other day but, what we didn’t know was that this was going to be a day we would never forget. On my way downstairs I opened the door to my parents room. It squeaked as I opened it just like every other day.
It all began when I was four years old: this event that would bring worry and hardship into my family for seven years. A few days after my sister’s second birthday, my parents decided to introduce her to peanut butter. I was happily enjoying a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, when my sister started grabbing at it. The doctor said to wait to introduce babies to peanuts until they are two years old, and since my sister had recently turned two, my mom decided to let my sister try a bite of peanut butter. Much to my dismay, she tore a piece off my sandwich and fed it to my sister.
The Lemonade Stand Characters: Jerry (The kid selling lemonade) Mother (Jerry’s mom) Father (Jerry’s father) Tommy (Cat) Sider Slim LaVone Cheems III, known as Sider (Robber) Narrator Off Stage Voice Jerry: Mom, mom! (Jerry said storming into his mom’s room at 5 in the morning) Mother: What could possibly be this important to share at this time of the morning! Jerry: I have brilliant idea! Mother: Alright, do tell. (His mother moaned).
The resident likes Milk for breakfast but it wasn’t written down, and her children where not aware of it so she received tea with milk and sugar, and everyone is wandering why she is not drinking, and as per her children this is what she always drank at home, but when her sister came in she told as when her sister was young, she always liked to drink Milk, when we changed it and all the staff where made aware of it, her fluid intake started to increase. 2. a new resident arrived in the unit she was brought in by her daughter, as per daughter she was the one that was looking after her and the residents husband has passed away already, so everything was documented, but we noticed that she was very difficult to manage during morning care, but when her son came in and told as that his dad was looking after her until his passing and afterwards he gave a sister a hand with the care, he told maybe to try if a male staff will look after her if this could make a change, we tried it and it really made a change in that lady’s life. 3. At the moment I am in the position of a care plan coordinator, and I noticed a written person centred care plan can be something good when it will be really person
Waking up, getting dressed and then getting ready for school, Lisa ran downstairs to eat breakfast with her family. Being the third eldest in the family, she has to look after her younger sisters: Amy, Lauren and Dani. Being a pest, Dani was moaning to her sister Lisa, begging her to take some candy from any kind teacher who offered it. “Honk!” “Honk!”, went the bus horn. Taking a few bites of her breakfast, she quickly ran for the bus, unfortunately, her mother stoped her from going any further, “Lisa Michelle Cimorelli, come here now” shrieked her mother.
“Two table lamps alight- hers and the one by the empty chair opposite. Behind her, two tall glasses, soda water, whisky. Fresh ice cubes in the thermos bucket. Mary was waiting for her husband “(page 36). Ingeniously, the author gives us a first impression of Mary, the love for her husband, and this domestic way of life that many households withhold.