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  • Creative Writing: One Ordinary Day With Bubble Gum

    One Ordinary Day with Bubble Gum The Next morning Mr. Johnson awoke in a terribly wonderful bad mood knowing that he was going to have a day full of ruining other peoples day with just an ordinary stick of bubble gum. As he ate breakfast his mind was actively thinking about the many possibilities that he could do, as he was pondering the day he decided to go to Central Park. On his way to the park Mr. Johnson saw a nice car and decided that he was going to have some fun with his stick of…

    Words: 750 - Pages: 3
  • Twas A Good Day (Madison Ollendieck)

    Twas a Good Day! ( Madison Ollendieck ) It was a cold, windy, September day, Friday to be exact. My mom picked me and my sister up from school and we headed home. It was quite cold outside, so I grabbed a sweatshirt and we were off again. While we drove back into town, my mom asked me if I was nervous. Of course I said yes. I told her I felt like I had a lot of pressure on me because just that previous year, my sister won Little Miss Cresco for 2012. Kaylee, my sister, was in the car with us and…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Girl Just Want's To Have Sun

    A Girl Just Want's To Have Sun. 52% of our class was bored this summer, but that was not the case for me. My summer was packed with happy, funny and scary memories that will last a lifetime. The three main events in my summer involve friends, swimming and my trip to North Carolina. Beginning with my friends. One of the fun things that happened in my summer was when I went to Canada's wonderland with Maia. For our first ride we decided to go on one of the scariest rides in the whole park…

    Words: 805 - Pages: 4
  • Argumentative Essay: What Is The American Dream?

    Your time to come to the United States is getting closer and closer. I can’t wait to see your family and you. I am sorry I didn’t get to respond earlier to your letters. I know how excited you are too come to America. You wish to live the “American dream” like everyone else here. But let me tell you, it is not what you think it is. The books you read and movies you watch about America being so “great” is not true. What is the American dream? The American Dream is the pursuit of prosperity and…

    Words: 1870 - Pages: 8
  • The Importance Of Self-Efficacy In Relationships

    One of my relationships that I have is with my good friend Kegan. The reason why we have such a good relationship between us, is because we have so many things in common. When I first met Kegan when I was 12 years old. I really didn't know him. As we started to hang out together we started to become more like each other. I don't know if that was because he wanted to be like me or I want to be like him. We learn from each other and watch the way we did things thus social cognitive theory. As time…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Person I Am

    Since I can remember, I have had numerous people guide me and help me become the person I am today. Their guidance has shown me different values and morals that I still live by. I was always told to value the family and friends I have. They have all left lasting impressions on me as I grew. I also live by my faith and let God show me the way. Most importantly, I was taught to never give up on my dreams and constantly fight for what I want and live my life. I live by what I think is right and…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Day In School

    I wake up in the morning, i get ready, drink my coffee and scroll thru the mornings news. I put my shoes on and was on my way to school. Driving to school with all my friends in the morning is fun, it makes you forget how awful school really is. I get to school, park my car and walk into 1st period. My teacher then proceeds to ask us for our essays due from the night before. I look down at the floor and realize i forgot my backpack at home… Just a normal day at work. I had been there for hours…

    Words: 991 - Pages: 4
  • Personal Narrative: The Human Tornado

    The Human Tornado "The Human Tornado." They used to call me as a child. Whenever you heard the shrill of my laughter, the loud yells of parents trying to get me to stop running, or the complaints of my three siblings you would know that Katie Trumbull "The Human Tornado" had entered the room. My eight year old self was one that I would like to describe as creative, outgoing, wildly imaginative, and adventurous. No one quite knew what to expect from me as I welcomed each morning.…

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  • Free Essays: Paige Jackson's Mistake

    The Wish Paige Jackson I woke up on one beautiful morning. The sun was shining like it never did before. I got ready then I went down for breakfast. “Good Morning.” Mom and Dad greeted. “Morning,” I responded “What’s for breakfast?” The Wish Paige Jackson I woke up on one beautiful morning. The sun has shone like it never did before. I got ready then I went down for breakfast. “Good Morning.” Mom and Dad greeted. “Morning,” I responded “What’s for breakfast?” Mom answers “Pancakes.”…

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  • The Sanctuary Of The Outcast Analysis

    Being one 's self is a hard thing to do in the world that we live in. Everyone is blinded by acceptance, and recognition. The idea of what we are supposed to be or how we are supposed to act evolves the person we are. The Sanctuary of the Outcast is a book that greatly relates to this essay, and is actually, the basis for this essay. The book shows how making the perfect image destroyed a man 's life, but also, gave it meaning. Neil White was always a man who wanted to be "on top." He wanted to…

    Words: 838 - Pages: 4
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