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  • The Importance Of Trust In Relationships

    It is crazy to think that an intangible object can almost define your relationship with someone. A relationship meaning your parents, a sibling, a family member, a good friend, a teacher, a spouse or significant other, or even someone you do not really know. There are a lot of components that go into a good healthy relationship; there is communication, respect, affection, responsibility, and transparency. But there is also something called trust, without it you might as well not have a…

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  • Ichabod Cranes: A Short Story

    “Snap...Crack.” A twig broke apart. I whipped around. The trees seemed like they were reaching out to grab me and then take me away. Who could possibly have been here? No one had stepped in those woods since that dreadful night. Even the wildlife had stayed away. The woods were dead. No plants grew. Many people thought that this was the work of the Headless Horsemen. The only object that attached the woods to the town was the bridge, and no one dared to cross it since Ichabod Crane vanished.…

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  • Compare And Contrast A Hero's Journey Exercise 24

    Exercise 24 Fighting our own side Linda’s Viewpoint I was furious with Vince for banishing and firing Shawn, Stephanie and Hunter. Stephanie had been the one who had asked me to tell Vince the news. I had been fine with it because this way, Stephanie and Hunter could still keep up their own relationship as well as take care of Shawn. When I had told Vince, he yelled at me for 10 minutes and then he marched all three of them into his office and fired them, after firing them; he banished them…

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  • Personal Narrative: Mundane Monday

    The Lesson Most people perceive Mondays as awful; perhaps dub it "Mundane Monday" or "Mournday". Not for me, it isn't. Monday to me is like walking through a bed of nails; Friday walking through shattered glass while the devil straddles you as he prods you and sets you ablaze. Frankly, Fridays felt fantastic for me, predicaments with them only belonged to specific Fridays . Fridays where I attend school. Fridays where I attend French. Fridays where I attend Mr Beaumont's class. Fridays like…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life Changing Experiences

    Summer was the time for teenagers to explore , learn new things and grow a little. For me, my summer did not consist of any of those, yet included regret and memories I would like to forget. Although, the vacation we took to Niagara Hotel as a family started off on a good note. I kicked my shoes off and laid flat on my bed. The bed in the suite was so luxurious , the covers were Egyptian silk which easily clinged onto my skin. My mother walks in and starts to unzip my luggage. I look above her…

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  • Arata POV: A Character Analysis

    Arata POV: Kouen was one of the people I knew. My face heats up seeing him, I'm still quite embarrased from out encounter earlier. I move my eyes to the other two men in the room. I assume they are all brothers, their appearances are quite similar, which would also mean they are princes of the empire as well. The three of them were sitting at a large table studying whatever literature is in front of them. As Judal and I walk forward. Their attention turn towards us. Judal casually waves at…

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  • The Time I Was Taken For Granted Essay

    Cynthia Ozick once said, "We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude." We may not want to believe it but this is absolutely true. Everyone has done it. Your parents drive you anywhere and everywhere without a thank you. The nice person who holds the door open for you every morning that receives a grumpy, mumbled "Thanks." Also, your best friend who stays with you through every high and low point, but rarely receives an "I appreciate you." We 've all been in those…

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  • Essay About Ice Cream

    a call or text away. It may not be right away, but he will be there. Just know, you can’t really put a limit on a pair of best friends. We are just different but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love it and I love him. I thank God for him every single day because he has been a true blessing on my…

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  • Personal Narrative: Family Reunion

    Chapter FIVE: Family Reunion? Yeah Right! It 's not everyday I get woken up by my mom drunkenly screaming that she found her husband. I looked at the clock, 3:30. I had no idea how to nurse a hangover and better yet no idea how to talk to my mom even while she 's drunk. This had only happened the day my dad disappeared. After that she left me at peace and rarely came to visit. “Sweet heart. I found your dad.” My mom proudly slurred “Mom please don 't ever come home drunk.” I say as she…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My First Tattoo

    My First Tattoo A couple of months ago I received a call from my mother. I was just sitting in my room, watching Netflix, as usual, with a lavender candle burning in the corner. I don’t see her often because my parents are divorced and She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska. Anyways, I answer the phone. “Hi Hun! What are you up to?” said my mom. “Not a lot. I’m just watching TV. What about you?” I said. “Well I’ve been thinking about when you told me you wanted a tattoo, and I think it would be neat if…

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