I Decided Essays

  • Personal Narrative: High Tides

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    could not. So we decided to bring my good ole friend Katelyn Weber with us. The first day she came, we rode our bikes everywhere down there because I was giving her a tour. That night, we went to a place called Shades Bar and Grill. The best part of that was going down a main road in our little four seater golf cart, annoying all the drivers in our path.

  • Personal Narrative: My Family Trip To Captiva

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    Cabo Wabo and Captiva Around five years, ago my extended family and I decided to go to Captiva Island together as a family trip during Thanksgiving. We stayed in a house called Cabo Wabo. Cabo Wabo is a big, bright yellow house. This trip is a little fuzzy, because it was over four years ago. But, we had so much fun on that trip, we decided to go again last year. This trip to Captiva was one of the highlights of my year. First let me introduce all of the people that attended this trip. My Aunt

  • Personal Narrative: Traveling To Spain

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    summer of 2016 in West Virginia, my parents told my brother and I that we were traveling to Spain for the summer. I was certainly excited when they told us that, since it is a pretty place to travel to. With the towering mountains and glimmering ocean, green trees and bushes, as well as the fresh air that has a little hint of the salt from the ocean, which depends as to where in Spain you are at. My mom had said for my brother and I to make a list of what we’re going to take with us on the trip,

  • Running-Personal Narrative

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    Assignment For the try something new assignment, I decided that I wanted to try trail running. Growing up I played plenty of physically demanding games that required quite a bit of running around, such games include lacrosse and soccer. However, in these games, running is not something to take joy in or to do for the sake of running, running was to be done in order that one could get better at the overall sport. Furthermore, in these games I was always trained to go full speed for short bursts

  • Bloodstained Kisser: A Short Story

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    this is Roseline June, how may I help you?” “Good afternoon, I lost my keys, any ideas on where they could possibly be?” “Look beneath the couch cushions.” “You are incredible! Thank you, have a stupendous day!” But October 7, 1998, was definitely not that day. *Ring ring ring* “Hello, this is Rosaline June, how may I help you?” “Oh hey, it’s Esmond. Have you not heard? There has been another murder! The body was marked by the same bloodstained kiss!” In my head I was thinking, make that seven

  • Hales: A Short Story

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    pairs of skinny jeans, and two wrist bands, Hales and I went to the food court. She ordered us a slice of cheese pizza each and two sodas, a sprite for me and grape for her. I was starving so I was the first one to finish. Hales finished five minutes after me. After eating we both decided to go back to my place, and watch a marathon of "The Walking Dead." Our all time favorite show. After watching the entire seasons all over again, Hales decided she wanted to have a deep conversation. Ugh why can

  • Deer Camp Research Paper

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    I woke up at six o’clock in the morning and was too excited to go back to sleep. I really tried to go back to sleep, but my heart rate was too high. I got really bored just lying in my bed, so I decided to go wake up my dad. I walked to my mom and dad’s room and gave my dad a light touch on the back. His response was,” Go Back to bed it’s too early.” So, instead of going back to bed, I went downstairs and watched T.V for an hour and a half. After that, my dad finally came downstairs and we were ready

  • Clementine Persuasive Speech

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    My wife Clementine decided we need these journals to document what we see on our travels to Oregon next month, however I honestly think they are a waste of time. At least little Brooke enjoys it. On her 6th birthday last year we got her a notebook that she 's been writing in so I think she 's ready for these journals. I remember three years ago when Clementine was 18 we would go on walks around our little town of bloomesdale. I shore do miss those times, but we haven 't gone on many walks since then

  • El Salvador: A Personal Narrative Of My Life

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    It was July 15, 2012 my heart was pounding as fast as a racing car,as I slowly walked the steps of the enormous plane,I slowly thought of how different my life was gonna be, in new place i’ve never been to.I felt exited to meet this place but at same time I felt scared……how different was Latin America gonna be? “El Salvador”,my mom softly repeated the name of the place we where traveling to.After four hours of watching the white clouds,and the peaceful sky, we had finally arrived. As we stepped

  • Narrative Essay On Pet Animals

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    perhaps even months, but I had finally done it. I was soon to come into ownership of a pet parakeet. I remember the overarching emotion within me at that time to be eagerness, and in the upcoming days before the fateful trip to the pet store, it ran higher than ever. Prior to this, I had spent many days and nights pestering my mother to let me get a pet, namely a parakeet. Like many parents when discussing pets with their kids, was hesitant. I remember her vehemently objecting, “I don’t want to have to

  • Who Is The Hero's Journey In Moth Smoke

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    After realizing that her husband had known about their affair all along, and that he was happy to hear about Daru’s arrest, she decided to leave him as well. “I made up my mind. I decided that I couldn’t stay in this house any longer, that I needed to abandon my family to save myself,” she explained (242). In doing so, she decided to leave her son behind as well, as she believed that he would be better off without a mother, rather than having an emotionally distant mother like

  • Spring Break Narrative

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    thought it would be a good idea to go to this place called Baytowne Wharf (I recommend going there sometime). This place is amazing with many different shops and restaurants like candy stores and even toy stores. Also they have some rides and activities to do in the Baytowne Adventure Zone like a zipline and in my families case, a sky rope course. My older step sister Jax, me, my younger siblings Ayden and Laykin all decided to try this. The point of this sky course is to make it to the very top

  • Personal Narrative: Mrs. Orsillo In High School

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    I was so close, just a few feet behind the irritatingly bright mop of red hair. My whole body was so pumped on adrenaline that I couldn’t even feel my legs. Only the consciousness that they were moving, fast. My arms reached out in front of me, itching to get ahold of the fluorescent green ball that I have set my sights on. Just as I was about to overtake Preston, I lost control of my footing and plop! Down I went, humiliated, as the ball sped away in the opposite direction, my victory along with

  • Shoe Narrative Essay

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    hospital for work. I was running a little late today because of a slow start, but everyone at the hospital knows when they are working with me, they will not start on time. Many times people comment on my late arrivals and say that they are always on time even with kids to raise, but I simply comment on how I am glad my children are away in college. My son has been in college now for three years, and daughter now out of college but in medical school

  • Figure Skating Speech

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    I positively believe women's freestyle figure skating is the best Winter Olympic sport ever to be played. Reasons why this is obviously true are: When you practice for figure skating you benefit from plenty of other exercises, such as flexibility and speed. While enjoying a fun and positive practice you can build your balance, along with boosting your self confidence to help with all your glides, twirls, and turns. All your stress you get from pressure can be lost as you glide across the ice

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Barcelona

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    This past summer my family and I took a trip to Barcelona. We were all looking forward to going because we had never been. When we arrived, we settled into our hotel and decided to take a walk around the city. A main road near where we were staying had a lot of kiosks, which looked interesting. We strolled down the road, when suddenly we heard screams and a loud roar from behind us. We all turned around and immediately saw a big white van driving towards us. We all jumped out of the way and ran into

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Yosemite National Park

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    I had come back from travel in Yosemite National Park. Few weeks ago, one of my classmates, Michael, suggested to travel with him and his girl friend during the spring break. At that time, I did not have any plan for the spring break, and I wanted to travel with foreign friends. Thus, I decided to travel with him. After one week, Rodolfo decided to join us with his wife. I had tried to persuade a Kazakhstani female classmate in MIM class, but finally she denied my suggestion. So, the final members

  • Narrative Essay About Summer Vacation

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    and it's now noon, our bellies grumbling in protest, reminding us we need to check in with dad. Until recently we'd been working on our latest cure for boredom, putting our building skills to the test. On a Tuesday morning in June, my sisters and I ponder what to do with our time this summer vacation. The sky is azure blue, as the sun shines brightly, causing a sweet, earthy smell to rise from the ground and intermix with the salty breeze coming from the bay. While the ocean sparkles, as it reflects

  • Los Angeles Zoo Observation

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    I attended the Los Angeles Zoo on Saturday, November 7th with my parents and sister. It was a very sunny and warm day at the zoo. When I first got to the chimpanzee enclosure, I first noticed that the chimpanzees were relaxing and were inactive. Some chimps were sleeping, laying down on the rocks near the shaded areas and near the waterfall. One adult chimpanzee that was yawning and was lying on their back. I continued to observe the chimps and suddenly I saw a baby chimp running really fast to

  • Women's Voters Case Study

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    aimed primarily at women, they are very much inclusive for men as well and frankly, I was very surprised that the group allowed the men to be member because of the name. The man that I talked with explained to me, that because of the regard and esteem that the organization is held in, it decided not to change that name when it began allowing men to join because it would hurt the branding more than it would help them. I spent roughly an hour and a half, to two hours, with Paul Spencer helping him organize