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  • Essay On Personal Narrative: A Day At The Athletic Team

    I woke up that day energized and ready to go right at 7 o 'clock. My excitement was beyond belief.That day I was truly happy. The only problem was I still had to go to class. That saddened me a small bit, but needless to say, I was still going to go about my day excited. After I finished my two-and-a-half hour biology lab, I was ready for a nice little nap. I realized that sleep and a lot of water and Gatorade were going to be crucial for my success. Upon waking up, I missed multiple messages from my teammates to meet in the locker room. I knew something was up, so I had to get out of bed and run quickly to the locker room. In the locker room, I noticed that everyone had their uniforms already in there. At this moment, my heart…

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  • Experience Of Earthquake In Pakistan

    The day we landed we went to the home my parent have in Islamabad. We were all really tired and jet lagged, but we knew we had to get rest before our first day of relief effort the next morning. I stayed up most night talking with my cousins who had come to stay with us for a week to help with the clean up efforts. We really didn’t talk much about the earthquake because we were catching up about each others lives because they live in Pakistan and we hadn’t seen them for 3 years. Nobody really…

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  • Nog No Came Poem

    Brutal, an asshole, hooligan, marauder, ready to stake fiends Shit, outlaw, mercenary, daredevil, ready to break regimes The GRASP and Helper couldn’t stop out, they will mercilessly We stick up suckas anyway for clothes, watches, and the long green If we want it’s ours like J.L. Hunter "Red" Rountree If you are in our area better pray for help like Kitty Genovese Stupid, reckless, careless, callous, willing to take on any challenge Might jack someone’s Thaddeus O 'Neil hoodie, Whitespot…

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  • Shut In Film Analysis

    She finds herself in a more detrimental situation because of staying home. Three men show up at her home, as one walks around back she quietly watches them loom around her home through the knitted white curtains. One robber, Vance, who went around to the back door breaks the class door and lets himself in. Anna rushes under the dining room table. The table to draped with a table cloth.She is able to hide from them for a while, till the yellow teapot starts to scream. She stays calm acknowledges…

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  • Narrative Essay About My Graduation Narrative

    On the day of my graduation, I woke up and I begun to get ready. As soon as I woke up I was thinking about how this was such an exciting day for me and how I was so happy to finally be receiving my diploma. First step of the day was doing my hair and makeup in order to get in preperation for the night of my graduation. So when I first woke up I took a shower, and then I got out of the shower and blow dryed my hair. Once my hair was completely dried, I began to curl my hair so that it would stay…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Santana Adventures

    ” She said very matter of factly, “I bet you’ll thank me later when they are all neat in your bag. I might color code them too!” Dad just threw his hands up in the air and gave up. “Nothing will stop you, will it?” He joked, “Nothing.” She nodded in agreement. “Goooood morning!” mom hissed in my ear. Instantly I rolled over, trying to avoid the horrors of leaving my wonderful boat of dreams. Then! It hit me like a lightning bolt! Today! It is today! “We are leaving TODAY!!” I cried out.…

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  • Short Story: Riley, It's Time To Wake Up?

    pulled the comforter off of Riley and the bed. “Get up, or I’ll send your father in here.” Topanga warned before she headed downstairs to go start breakfast. The thirteen year old huffed and remained in bed. She was not going to leave her bed for anyone. Ten minutes passed, and there was no sign of Riley. Topanga glanced at her husband and nodded towards the stairs. “Your turn.” she indicated while putting chocolate chip…

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  • The Influence Of Bullying On Young Girls

    Celebrity fascination is not healthy for adolescent girls. Girls around the ages of 11 to 17 are most influenced to get that ‘perfect’ look that they see on the cover of their favorite magazine. (Spettigue) These ‘influences’ that young girls have are setting unrealistic and unhealthy standards. For most girls they are striving for a thigh gap and small waist which they’re trying to achieve by starving themselves or taking medications that could be potentially dangerous. The thing with dieting…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Perfect Summer At The Beach

    A Perfect Summer at the Beach How lovely it is to begin the day being woken up by the rays of the sun peering through your window! This is how my day began one perfect summer. Even the birds seemed to have come together outside my bedroom window to offer me a melody. How divine! As my fiancé and our girls lay sound asleep, I began to prepare our breakfast. The menu was bacon, eggs, pancakes, and fresh squeeze orange juice for the girls. As the bacon sizzled in the pan, the aroma of black coffee…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Test In Health Science Class

    looked at my alarm clock, I realized that I overslept an hour. I jumped out of bed to quickly get ready for school. By then I knew that this would be one of the longest days of my life. I never thought as I walked out of my house that morning that I would be scared to come back through it that afternoon. I walked through the doors with my best friend as the warning bell was ringing. Audri said, “I forgot about my test in Economics. I hope it’s not too hard.” My heart dropped when she said that…

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