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  • Airport Fiasco Research Paper

    was one of the worst and most stressful experiences I have ever encountered. Don’t get me wrong, I love visiting my dad. I adore New Hampshire and the east coast in general. But after two months of missing my friends, family, Wyoming, my pets, and dealing with a crazy five year old brother; I was ready to go home on July 28th, but things didn’t go as planned. My sister and I were all packed and ready to go. She missed her boyfriend and she wouldn't stop talking about all the plans they had together. “He planned out the entire first day! We are going to watch movies and get dinner. I can’t wait to see him,” my sister rattled on. “Yeah, I get it. I don’t need a play-by-play,” I said begrudgingly. We had an afternoon flight so we got to spend a few more hours with my dad before we had to go to the airport. My dad spoils us quite a bit, so he made ice cream sandwiches for our last breakfast at his house. He treats Kiersten, my sister, and me like we are five years old, but we just go with it since we only get to see him two months out of the year. After our very nutritional breakfast, we got ready and headed to the airport. We made my dad listen to rap music one more time, since he hates it, but it’s my sister’s and my favorite genre. We said our goodbyes and I cried a little, which was embarrassing, and Kiersten and I walked gloomily to security. Security went smoothly and I took that as a good omen. Usually, one of us gets checked and patted down, but it didn’t happen…

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  • Process Essay: How To Enjoy Halloween

    and you need to start making arrangements for your quite night at home or your wild night on the town. The first thing you need to do is stop and think about what you really want to do. If you’re the kind of person that would prefer your couch over a club than don’t force yourself out to do anything you don’t want to or you’ll just end up miserable for the rest of the evening. Also consider who you want to go/be with (since you should never go out alone on a holiday unless you want to); if you…

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  • Traumatic Brain Injury: A Short Story

    Poor little Millie doesn’t want to stay at the hospital. You need to toughen up, girl! ~ Relief washed over Millie as she and her father walked into the blustery night. Wind and rain pounded against them as they pushed through the front door to Hanna waiting in the living room, “Well, what did the doctor say?” Millie headed up the stairs to bed while Max and Hanna discussed the doctor’s findings. Slipping into bed, Katie asked, “Millie, what happened?” “I don’t know, Kate. I was riding Pete’s…

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  • Reflection On The Bright Water School Lock-In

    bought later on that night. 3. A school will be chosen to provide snacks (sodas, chips, chocolate, veggies, dip, etc.) 4. A school will be chosen to bring breakfast for the following day. Probably bagels, cream cheese, and fruit. 5. Any student with a food restriction should let the school bring food know ahead of time, or bring their own food. Media 1. Movies will be played in the Science Lab from 8:00pm-2:00am. 2. Any movies played must be of a P.G.13 rating or below. 3. We may send a request…

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  • Kansas City Ballet Intensive Analysis

    A heart, like a magnet, with return home, on the opposite sides of the world or not. Sometimes it takes a great journey to appreciate the little things in life. It took a trip away from home for me to realize this. This past summer, I spent 5 weeks of my sunny days in Kansas City, Missouri for a ballet intensive. This trip helped me realize the importance of family and comfort. Some people say, ‘home is where the heart is’, during my experience, this statement reined true. I believe that the…

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  • Short Story 3 Am And The Stars Were Out

    Introduction Old men have old hearts. Some beat bitterly as they dwell on glory lost, while others maintain contentment by allowing their blessings to mute the pain of grief. While the former tend to spend their final years lost in resentment, the latter are able to experience their decline into infirmity with pleasant nostalgia. Thesis statement: In the short story, “3 AM and the Stars Were Out”, the author, Ron Rash, introduces the reader to Carson, an aging, retired veterinarian who…

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  • Mysticism In Night By Elie Wiesel

    Elie Wiesel published Night in 1955. This book is his testimony to the awful situations he and millions others had to encounter. Eliezer is a devout Jew at a young age. His conviction is flipped upside down when the Nazis enter his life, and he believes God walked out. In Night, Wiesel uses Eliezer to depict how his once unconditional faith is shaken down to nonexistence during the Holocaust. Before Eliezer’s living nightmare reigns down, he is dedicated to his religion. At twelve years old, he…

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  • Wiesel's Relationship In The Book Night

    As Wiesel experiences the horrors of the holocaust firsthand, his faith in God begins to waver and eventually dissipates. In the beginning of the book, Wiesel is a young, devoted Jew who spent his days studying Jewish law and praying during the night (Wiesel 3). He even dedicates himself to the study of Kabbalah, which is a an ancient, complex Jewish tradition of mystical bible interpretations. Although Wiesel is faced with the consolidation of brutal oppressors and chaotic ghettos, his faith in…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Home

    one of the girls, her friends from the surrounding households keeping her company as they too, worked on their individual projects. Inside the house, the girls would settle themselves comfortably against an earthen wall and keep themselves busy until night fell. A quiet diner later, everyone would go off to bed- the parents in the larger of the two rooms while the girls and I crammed into the smaller room. It was a lifestyle I didn’t understand. They worked so hard- too hard- for so little…

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  • Night By Elie Wiesel Essay

    Elie Wiesel Elie Wiesel writes about the horrors of the concentration camps during WWII that claimed the lives of his mother, father, and his younger sister; in the trilogy Night. Elie Wiesel struggles with his faith in God, and his faith in humanity, as his world crumbles around him, all the while just trying to survive. Studying his writings you can see Elie Wiesel’s opinions of God and Humanity, come out through the plot as he retells his experiences so that the world can see what happened…

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