Disney World was important to me because I was with my family, I tried a lot of new things there, and I learned to be patient. “We’re going to Disney World!” My parents said this to my brother, my sister, and I on Christmas morning the year of 2009. The way they asked us was by us opening a present. That present was a Mickey Mouse ornament. We were all very confused with what was happening.
One person I wish I could see again is my pawpaw. My pawpaw lived in Greenville, MS and worked at the Delta Regional Medical Center. when he is around his grandchildren he acted like a big child. He was one of the best checkers in the world and he loved to play old-school games like Pacman and Mario. Everytime we went to visit, he would always have some new jokes that would have me and my brothers laughing so hard we would cry.
Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois. From a young age he loved to draw and read many cartoons in the local newspaper. Disney and his brother Roy moved to Hollywood and founded the Disney Brothers Studio in the 1920’s. During this time he created many lovable characters and of course everyone’s favorite, Mickey Mouse. Walt Disney revolutionized animation and cartoon movie making.
I have always liked movies made by Universal Pictures; Harry Potter, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Les Miserables, The Lorax, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas are some my favorite films that they have made. I wanted to go to Universal Studios for a long time, and last school year, Alanis’s parents invited me to go to Orlando, Florida with them over spring break. When my parents agreed to let me go, I was ecstatic. Alanis and I had a tremendous amount of fun while in Orlando; we especially enjoyed seeing all of the attractions in Universal Studios.
For the past seventeen years another one of my mom’s favorite phrases have popped up time and time again. My mom would tell me, “Nicole, everything in moderation.” Again I would walk away with a sigh and definitely an obnoxious groan. However as I have gotten older, not only do I understand how what my mom told me applies to so many things in life, other than just my sweet tooth, but I find myself saying it as well. My mom’s phrase highly applies to the technology epidemic. As I sat in my cousins living room I watch an intelligent, creative young child turn into a zombie at the sight of the television screen.
As I 'm typing this, Madison and I are currently watching Finding Nemo. While looking for a movie to watch for our movie night, I went into my Disney Vault and after seeing the Finding Dory commecials on TV for the umpteenth time, she decided that she wanted to watch Finding Nemo. Now how could I resist, after all it was once one of my favorite Disney Movie when it was first released and I 've watched more than twenty times I 'm sure with each of my other children. However by the time this is posted, Finding Dory will be in theatres and I 'm hoping that you will be going to check it out because we will be there on opening day. If you 're however looking for something to celebrate the movie, how about our Finding Dory Fruit Punch.
Turner Gantt 9/23/15 Childhood Object Memoir Throughout my childhood, I had a strong obsession with Star Wars. I watched all of the movies, played most of the video games, and bought many action figures and toys affiliated with Star Wars. My neighborhood was filled only with little girls my sister could play with so I was lonely. Because of this, I played with my action figures all the time. My favorite was my General Grievous action figure from the second and third prequel movie.
Around this time, Disney began experimenting with a camera, doing hand-drawn cel animation, and decided to open his own animation business. From the ad company, he recruited Fred Harman as his first employee” (Editors, Biography.com ). He and Harman made a deal with a local theater to show people their cartoons. After the success of their cartoons, Disney was able to get his own studio, which he called Laugh-O-Grams, which was the name of his cartoons that was shown at the theater. His most successful cartoon was Mickey Mouse, which is still being shown today.
It was the seventh day and I saw my grandfather and dad talking my grandfather said the last word and they hugged I was so confused what was going on, but it stayed in the back of my mind the rest of the trip. On the tenth day we went to the Hollywood Studies. I rode a ride called the Tower of Terror it was one of the best rides I had been on in Disney it is a complete adrenalin rush. I also went on the great movie ride which is cool because you find out so much about old movies and I love it my sister didn’t like it. It was the final day of the trip my seventh Birthday the first thing that happened was when my parents told me that they were getting married I was so excited as well as shocked.
Hideo kojima is one of the most famous video game designers he is the one had created videogames like for instance phantom pain was one his games that he had came up with and did good on. This was a person who had made games that were really fun and was awesome eat creating the characters in some of the games that we sometimes play without you even knowing.but when he was young he had a dream to become an illustrator and this was something he really liked to do because he loved to draw some characters and some of the people that were in his town liked the drawings to and on the plus side he had a uncle that was a artist and was really good at it to and he would sometimes ask him about the art that he had made and what does he think of it.also hideo kojima had grew up in tokyo,japan and this was a place that he had lived with his family but only certain times he would have to be alone in the house because