I entered the ramp to get on to the southwest Freeway from the Sam Houston Toll. The ramp merges from two lanes down to one. As I merged into the one lane, another vehicle proceeded to drive in the same lane striking my vehicle. That vehicle drove away from the incident. I was only able to obtain minimal third party information.
Three more guards stand in front of another, much more fortified door. A large computer monitor shows Alex, attached to more sensors than Fox cares to count. He 's sleeping, a calm expression on his face that reminds Ben of all the nights he coaxed Alex back to sleep after the teen had a nightmare.
When I was like 7 my grandpa brought a book to me from his trip to detroit. It was a book about cars. It was like my favorite book for a long time because I liked cars a lot when I was growing up. The book was about a bunch of different chevrolet cars and who made them and designed them and stuff like that. Thats why I was so interested in the book.
“Driving just fine? You’ve been swerving into the other lanes and hitting the rumble strips! You can’t even drive in a straight line. May I remind you that you almost hit an overpass?” My forehead was growing hot, and I could feel it spread to my cheeks. I leaned over the center console and turned the air-conditioning on full blast again.
I had just turned 16 years old. My parents had both decided that it was an appropriate age to go and try to get my driver’s license. First, I needed to get my permit. When I did research online, I learned that I would need to take two tests. One would be on sign recognition and the other on driving rules, regulations, and laws. I was really nervous and I knew that I needed to do a lot of studying.
Imagine cutting and hauling 100 to 150 pound logs in the cold and rain for hours and hours that takes lots of grit. My brother and I offered to help some friends cut wood for winter. So, after school, we hopped on the bus and started our 30 minute journey to the country. We arrived at the house and noticed how dreary and cold it was getting. A long wait ensued for our friend’s dad to get home from work so we could hook up the trailer and get the equipment rounded up. We loaded on the trailer at headed out on the bumpy ride to the area of dead trees we were cutting. Once we made sure everything was in working order, we started the long and tedious process of cutting and lifting, and repeating that over and over again. Around three to four hours
It started the way it usually starts. The sweet smell of her perfume, that first touch, that eager kiss...pure passion. As she walked away, I thought to myself "I could eat this girl for lunch" literally and figuratively speaking. What is about her that has me so attracted????
Viewing life in retrospect can help one remember events much different from how they transpired. The magic in a memory of one event can be hindered by tragic circumstances that later occurred. Likewise, the tragic memory of an incident can be lightened by seemingly magical measures. Recently, the loss of a beloved family member had me looking back upon memories in a different light. An average occasion that I experienced now seems magical due to tragedy.
My youngest sister, Bertha went to mechanical school, before that she knew about cars. A few times she rode in the car with us, she would tell my husband that the car sounds like it needs some certain parts fixed. He would take it to the garage to have it checked out, she was right, the part she mentioned needed to be fixed.
In high school I had no desire to operate a motor vehicle. At the age of fifteen I was eligible for an learner 's permit and I didn 't get it until I was sixteen, and only because my mom forced me to do so. I did not obtain my actual driver 's license until I was eighteen. During the three years that i put this to the side I was not considering the benefits of driving a car such as not having to call and ask my mom to drop me off and pick me up. Then she would tell me that she 's five minutes away when she really was ten. Over this period my friends would then start pulling up to school in bright blue camaros that sparkled when the sun touched it, For mustangs with three hundred horsepower.They were going to each other 's houses without having their parent involvement. I began to feel left out because I was one of the few friends left
As the trees race by in streaks of reds, yellows, and oranges Bailey shifts uncomfortably in the passenger seat. Normally she enjoys the fall car rides, especially when it is warm enough to roll down the windows and let the crisp Autumn air in the car. Though today she was riding with me, but my driving wasn’t what was bothering Bailey. It was the loud music that was racing through my car speakers. The rule that Bailey had put down earlier was that the driver got to choose the music, and she really wished in the moment of the loud guitar solo that had she driven instead. I could tell she almost didn’t think that saving her gas was worth it, so I turned down the music for her sake. She always thought that there was too much going on and that
As I arrive to his working location, Edwin had parked his vehicle with both cones outside at each end of the vehicle. He use his combo ladder and had to carry it to the apartment complex. He performed this task and demonstrated proper carrying techniques as instructed by the organization. Edwin 's vehicle is clean and organized. He has all the required personal protective equipment and his first aid is fully stocked. He has all the proper documentation for his vehicle. Well done
I can feel them. They step in the postern and every footstep they make leaves a broken bone behind. I can feel them, as they lift objects and open doors my insides churn and meander. If only they knew. I could, I would if I could, keep them here. Ambuscade them here like I was ambushed and trapped myself. Trapped, feeling them on the inside, cold on the outside.