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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Life In Black And White

    the freedom and escape that flying may bring. Now, I never learned how to fly, that’s impossible, but there are some things out there that get pretty damn close to that feeling. Where I’m from, almost everyone skated: speed skating, figure skating, ice hockey, they did it all. I grew up watching Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue, and old tapes of Sonja Henie; all of them highly regarded figure skaters. “You always want to run before you learn how to walk” is what my Po-Po had said, and she wasn’t…

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  • Poem Analysis: The Jewels That Mountains Wear

    The Jewels That Mountains Wear Image source: google.com How much ice did you ever see in one place? An ice tray full? A skating rink full? A pond full? A river frozen from bank to bank? That 's a lot of ice. But there are places in the world where there is more. Much more. You know how high mountains are. There are places where the space between mountains is crammed and jammed and packed full of ice. This kind of ice is called glacier. This video simply explains how glacier is formed…

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  • Ice Skating Short Story

    belongs to no one else, her first solo ice skating competition. Preparing for this all important day has taken a great deal of work. Able to walk a balance beam at two, Christy takes to ice skating as quickly as she walks a balance beam. Before long we are involved in a world of group lessons, private lessons, ice pros, costumes, and ice shows. Thank goodness for the Zion Park District, five minutes away, and how lucky we are to have a regulation size rink in our small town, I think.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life On The Ice

    triple loop, the feeling of the ghost cold air pushing against my face as I soar across the ice. The best of all though is the feeling of being on the open ice with no one else on it but you and the judges staring at you and an arena full of people chanting your name and screaming. That is what I thought my life was going to be like, but boy was I wrong, although that is exactly my life on the ice. My life on the ice is probably the only thing I really truly love with all my heart. That and my…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Atmosphere In Hockey

    inside it's such an electrifying place. As I walk into the hockey rink it's like I can feel my head clear, it must be the frigid air. Fans fill the stands, children fill the locker room, and the love for the game fills the rink. As the front door opens and you enter the cold stings your nostrils, and the sound of the buzzer rings your ears. From the stands you look out and in front of your eyes is a perfectly smooth sheet of ice with such a beautiful glossy finish to it. It's about game…

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  • Climate Change Affect How We Will Live In The Present And Future

    Everything that we do on this planet can affect how we will live in the present and future. Throughout the years of developing a better world, we have also destroyed it in the process. As we continue to do our ways of inducing climate change, the outcome of a larger and a lot more dangerous disasters is inevitable. The world we may live in may change for the worst. Climate change is a way of understanding how molecules can affect other molecules differently in an environment. This change can…

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  • Snowflakes Informative Speech

    Crystal Joy The things that snow crystals can do Do you know amazing things about snowflakes? Do you someday want to know everything about them? Snowflakes are wonderful things that come out of no where. Also, the topics I am going to tell you are fantastic! Snowflakes are the most interesting things to learn about. Snowflakes are Amazing because they come in all shapes and sizes. Also, they can stop us from having school! Lastly, Snowflakes have a fantastic form. To…

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  • Wil Cruz: A Short Story

    It was a typical morning in Park City, Utah. Wil Cruz woke up to the sound of his alarm, at 5:30 a.m. and immediately looked out his window. Fresh snow had fallen overnight, about a foot or so, and icicles hung from the lip of his roof that almost reached the base of his house. He got out under the layers of blankets spread around his bed, and went to watch the weather channel. His best friend Jake was already watching, waiting anxiously for the report. “It’s another great day here in Park City…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Snow Day

    I value winter for not only its activities, snow days, or cheering fires, but above all for its simple, natural beauty. I stop in my step, mesmerized by the painted canvas around me. I feel a tingle inside me as I take in my surroundings. There is the perfect mix of blues, greys and whites as I gaze into the sky amongst the fluffy grey clouds. Amongst this painting in the sky, rings of yellow and pale orange create a precise flickering circle. The rings cast a dim glimmer through the colours of…

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  • Informative Essay On Snow Day

    When you look out your window on a snow day, you will see snowflakes fluttering down, and silently resting on the ground. Snowflakes are commonly mistook for what the replicas look like, and people don’t stop to look at their appearance, formation, or they don’t ask themselves if the ground has an effect on their snow day. So for everyone who wants to learn more about these fascinating figures this story is for you. To start out with, we have appearance of snowflakes. According to the…

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