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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Hunting In The Farm

    I smarted off, “That’s why it is called hunting, and not killing.” The rest of the ride was relatively quiet. My dad and I both on the lookout for a deer while unrolling a bale of hay for the cows. “There is some daylight left if you want to keep driving around, maybe there is some deer hiding out on the north side of the farm,” I eagerly nodded my head in agreement, “you have to get the gates though,” chuckling he said. I got out of the truck and all I could smell was the hay we just unloaded. The wind felt like it was almost burning my face it was so cold. I opened the gate and shut it after my dad drove through. As I was walking back to the truck I got the same pitted feeling in my stomach that I could not explain. “Are you okay?” my dad asked, “You looked kind of funny out there.” “No dad, I am fine I promise. Now drive before we run out of day light,” I said as I laughed. He slowly drove around the fence line and came to a stop. “Rachel, do you trust me?” he asked. “Yes,” I replied, “why do you ask?” At that very moment I could feel the urge to puke. I could…

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  • What Memories Does Smell Evoke For Me Essay

    I would often nap on the back of my horse while he ate hay, my face buried in his mane. I learned to ride before I could crawl. I sat in the saddle in front of my mom, until eventually, I learned to sit up for myself. It was not too long after my sixth birthday that I boldly announced that I was going to ride on my own. Of course, my overconfidence led to the inevitable event of falling off for the first time. I quickly learned that the phrase “get back up on the horse” holds much meaning. The…

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  • Inequative Essay: My Mother's Life In The Summer

    He would know what to say to make the days go by easier when I did not feel like working, especially on the days when we would have to square bale hay. Which is one of the most excruciating jobs I ever did on the farm. Baling hay would require an immense amount of back and arm strength. The hay would find its way into every little crevice possible. But our relationship really blossomed the last summer I worked with him. When the day of one summer came to an end, he told me to follow him into his…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Journey To The Barn

    sliding doors stand open wide; never in my life have I seen these doors shut. I take a few steps and dust is kicked up into the air and left there, floating and glittering in the sunlight. Cobwebs cling to the hanging boards along the ceiling. Usually it is my job to knock them down with a broomstick, but I am always left with a haunting feeling that I am covered in the sticky silk and infested with the creatures that call it their home, so there they will stay. On these boards is an old…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Volunteering For A Horse

    It all started when I was a little girl, I had always wanted a horse. So when I was 8 I started to take lessons but that only lasted for a few years, hard times hit and I wasn’t able to afford to ride anymore. I was too young to be able to help around a barn so for the time being I had to give up my love of riding and my time with horses. That was until I turned 16 and I was able to start volunteering with horses. When my parents split up and it sent me into a depression, I dreaded getting up…

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  • Asia Case Study Guide

    The United States and Japan both wanted control over Asia .However, they both had different objectives on how they were going to gain control of Asia between the years of 1899 and 1942. John Hay, who was the secretary of state of the United States, proposed an idea called an open door policy which consisted of the option of opening up trade in China to the United States, China, and several nations in Europe. One of the United States objectives for gaining control over Asia is having China…

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  • A Summary Of Evelyn Dunbar's Baling Hay?

    Showing the hardworking women of WW2, painted in 1943, Evelyn Dunbar’s Baling Hay, an oil on canvas, shows grey and pale pink sky filling the top of the painting. On the left, two women wearing green shirts and brown pants stand atop piles of hay. In front of and in the middle, a woman wearing the same attire as the other two women holds a pitchfork holding a large bundle of hay. The woman with the pitchfork is shoveling hay into a large red machine which takes up the middle of the painting. On…

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  • Rise Of American Imperialism In The Spanish American War

    The Rise of American Imperialism in the Spanish-American War This historical analysis will define the rise of American imperialism in the Spanish-American War of 1898. During the late 1890s, the growth of American military intervention had become a part of the political and economic factors that allowed the invasion of Cuba during the Spanish-American war. President McKinley was initially reluctant to engage in an international war with Spain, yet pressure from pro-war political parties,…

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  • Multicultural Applications Of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy By Pamela A. Hays

    In the article “Multicultural applications of cognitive-behavioral therapy” published in the journal of Professional Psychology: Research and Practice by the American Psychological Association (APA), the author Pamela A. Hays discusses and critiques Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) through a multicultural lens. Hays begins her article by explaining that mainstream psychological research, or research focused on developing treatment for the mentally ill, still treats race, ethnicity, and…

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  • Cameron Hay's Case: Shame And Making Truth By Cameron Hay

    and Making Truth," the move was taken by Cameron Hay to expose and accuse a family member of stealing from her resulted in conflicts between individualism versus collectivism, high and low context culture, and indulgence versus restraint cultures. The paper also discusses various ways the author could have employed to successfully address the problem without causing a cultural conflict and communication crisis she experiences using examples from the text,…

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