"Describing My Bedroom" Essays and Research Papers

  • Describing My Bedroom

    My Bedroom Do you ever wonder why certain places mean so much to certain people? When I think of my bedroom, I realize why some people are touchy about who goes in their room or who has been touching things in their home, it is because those things are important to them and may have some meaning. Places like my bedroom are places where we can relax and be comfortable and I think that is why it is important to people, because we can be ourselves and feel comfortable, we can also just sit down and...

    2006 singles, Bed, Bedroom 1034  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Relationship with my Bedroom

    Dennison Professor John Metz English 490 20 February 2014 The Relationship with My Bedroom I have relationships with everything around me. The relationship that matters most is with my immediate surroundings, more specifically my bedroom. My bedroom is where I can be myself, it’s where my soul is, it’s my place of peace, and it’s also where I am happy and content. Everywhere on Earth I have to pretend to be someone else. Out in public I have to pretend to that I am always happy, well prepared...

    Emotion, Feeling, Soul 1414  Words | 5  Pages

  • Describing My Shell

    DESCRIBING MY SHELL My object is a shell, a shell like any shell made from the same material like any others, but my shell has a different form that makes it really special. The sandy clear color, and the curved lines on its exterior seem like a finger print to describe its individuality. Its shiny smooth inner part has a hole. A Hawaiian beach without water in it. A black round part on the top seems like its head. The shape of the yellow dog was created on its soft bright side. So sweet this...

    Debut albums, Eye, Seashell 858  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Letter From My Bedroom

    Dear the great and knowledgeable Ms. Lawson, While lying in my bed on a Thursday night, I came across the letter discussing the many complaints about the students’ grades and other claims in regards to the AP Language class. As a student in this course, there are many assignments that I must complete. However, I do also have other assignments that require a heavy amount of time and focus, which I am sure you can understand the struggle a student may have when taking two or more AP classes. But...

    Education, Essay, Essays 1569  Words | 4  Pages

  • In the Bedroom

    In the Bedroom The film, In the Bedroom, is directed by Todd Field. Is based on the short story, “Killings,” by Andre Dubus. The setting is in a small town, Camden , Maine, along the shore. The film’s main characters are Frank Fowler and his parents Ruth, and Matt Fowler, who is the town doctor. Natalie Strount, Frank’s girlfriend, who is married to Richard Strout and they have two little boys Duncan and Jason. The film is about the murder of Matt and Ruth Fowler’s son. Although Richard Strout...

    Debut albums, In the Bedroom, Thing 1148  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Bedroom

    Representation of a Place My Bedroom Upstairs down the hall to the left is the destination of where a princess sleeps. Although one might find it interesting, it’s a rather cozy room splashed with blue on every wall. It is actually no different than any other ordinary bedroom. Not only is it cozy, it’s very roomy. When you first make your appearance, you would think it was a small room, until you see beyond its flaws. Besides, not everything is perfect. Every bedroom has something special about...

    Bed, Bedroom, Color 612  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Bedroom

     My Bedroom Do you ever wonder why certain places mean so much to certain people? When I think of my bedroom, I realize why people are touchy about their rooms getting messed with. My bedroom is a place where I can relax and be comfortable. Another important reason is I can go there when I want some privacy; all I have to do is shut my door and lock it. My room holds almost all of my personal belongings and things are important to me and the most important thing, my desk. When you enter our...

    Bed and breakfast, Bedroom, Comfort women 533  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Bedroom

    Do you ever wonder why people are so attached to their bedroom and never want anyone going through their stuff? When I think of my bedroom, I realize why some people are so attached to their bedroom and their things in it it’s because those things are important to them and may have some meaning. Places like my bedroom are places where we can relax and be comfortable we express our emotions in our room and I think that is why it is so important to people because we can we ourselves , we can also just...

    Bed, Bedroom, Chest of drawers 850  Words | 2  Pages

  • Describing Events Essay

    | Learning English Describing a person Author: | sanya | Copyright: | Can use | Corrector's skills: | Native, Perfect | Tags: | Describing a person | Language: | English | Progress: | processing: 0, ready corrections: 1, remains corrections: 0 | He is thirty five. He resides in a small apartment in the south of California. He has dark short hair, dark thick eyebrows and deep-set brown eyes with short straight lashes. He has a middle-sized nose, which is a bit hooked. He has a wide...

    A Little Bit, Balinese dance, Bedroom 951  Words | 4  Pages

  • Decriptive Essay of My Bedroom

    Descriptive Essay: My Bedroom As I sit bundled up in a warm, brown, comfy hoodie and a big, pink blanket, I say to myself, “Where is my favorite place to be?” Well that’s easy, it’s here in my room. My room is the one place I can be me. I can be perfectly content by myself in this room, or happily laying watching TV with my boyfriend. When sitting on my pink, candy cane, stripped bed with my lime green, fluffy to the touch blanket and hot pink, 0black pillows, I look around my room and I notice...

    Bedroom, Brown, Color 833  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Childhood Bedroom

    Bancroft English 111 16 February 2013 My Childhood Bedroom As I sit bundled up in a warm, brown, comfy hoodie and a large, red blanket, I say to myself, “Where is my favorite place to be?” Well that’s easy because it’s here in my room. My room is the one place where I can be me. I can be perfectly content by myself in this room happily laying there watching TV. When sitting on my soft bed with cozy, red comforter, I look around my room and notice that all my walls are different, yet they all tie...

    Bedroom, Blanket, Comforter 644  Words | 2  Pages

  • Describing the Social and Cultural Dimensions in My Organization

    factions of each model within one department. PRACTICE I am now attached with SMK (P) Methodist, Pulau Pinang as an operational clerk. My services here include the basic operation of the school administration and also involved accounting for the staff and stock inventories in the school. I am under the Ministry of Education and the Jabatan Pelajaran Pulau Pinang. My school consists of 42 academic staff, 8 non-academic staff and 640 students. We have a unique ethnic diversity whereby most of the teachers...

    Cross-cultural communication, Cultural anthropology, Culture 1975  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Bedroom

    The Bedroom by Vincent Van Gogh Although viewing a painting by definition, includes the process of visual perception, it is not limited to the “eye” of the beholder. I have chosen to look at Van Gogh’s 1888 oil on canvas painting, The Bedroom. What one “sees” in any image is colored by a plethora of factors that inform the viewer-consciously and unconsciously. Thus, Plato’s argument about the objectivety of art, its quantifiable ability to be “judged”...

    Expressionism, Museum of Modern Art, Portrait of Dr. Gachet 497  Words | 2  Pages

  • Van Gogh's Bedroom

    Van Gogh’s Bedroom Van Gogh’s Bedroom also known as The bedroom at Arles, is one of Van Gogh’s later pieces accomplished upon his stay in Arles, France. The portrait of his bedroom there is done in oil on canvas, a favorite medium of Van Gogh. This representational piece of a bedroom gives the patron an altered sense of space and scale, as well as a restful dreamlike quality. The artist creates an asymmetrical world with evident visual weight. Subordination gives emphasis to the focal point of the...

    Blue, Chair, Color 1171  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Room

    why certain places mean so much to certain people? When I think of my bedroom, I realize why people are touchy about their rooms getting messed with. My bedroom is a place where I can relax and be comfortable. Another important reason is I can go there when I want some privacy; all I have to do is shut my door and lock it. My room holds most all or almost all of my personal belongings and things are important to me. Bedrooms are a place where we can be comfortable and we can sit back and relax...

    2008 singles, Bedroom, Birthday 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • Describing My Childhood Home

    Quincy, Mass is where my childhood home stands Homes are places that people can go to for warmth, memories and comfort. My childhood home resides or stands in Quincy, MA. The home is full of comfort for me and my family. My home is your typical Cape Code style. It’s gray in color with Maroon shutters. There is a 2 car attached garage. Flowers, bushes and other landscape surround the house. The front living room window is a large bay window that allows a lot of sunlight into the home when...

    Bed, Family, Odor 830  Words | 2  Pages

  • Writing and Bedroom

    In my English composition class, I was needed to write a descriptive essay. The descriptive essay had to describe a place; I chose my bedroom. I found the topic simple to write about. The task was simple because I just needed to write what I saw in my bedroom. There were some troubling parts, but overall it was a good writing experience. When hearing about the assignment I automatically thought of my bedroom. It is the place where I spend most of my time. The first thing I did was to write any...

    Composition studies, Essay, Linguistics 777  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Dream House

    My dream house would have at least six bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, walk-in closets, a mixture of carpet and hardwood floors, a huge kitchen, living roon, family room, and fireplace. There will be a bathroom & balcony in the master and guest bedrooms. My house would have an indoor swimming pool, with a hot tub. A bowling alley is a must. I think that the family would have soooooooo much fun with that! Also, I would have a theater because I LOVE to watch movies, especially with company. I would also have...

    Apartment, Bedroom, House 1069  Words | 3  Pages

  • My favourite place is my bedroom

    My Favourite Place In The World. My room keeps me relaxed and entertained for hours. To me, it feels like the safest place on the planet. Sometimes I like to sit and stare at the map of the world that hangs on my wall. I look at certain countries and imagine what life must be like there or think about which ones I would like to visit. It gives me a sense of peace to be able to look at the whole world at once from a distance like this. My wardrobe doors are a collage of cut outs from travel...

    Color, Debut albums, English-language films 523  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Role in the Family

    My Role in the Family Every man and woman, boy and girl, possesses a certain role within their family. Despite the frequently used titles of sister or daughter, my role in the family delves much deeper than that; I am more than just a daughter to my mother, a sister to my elder sibling, and the baby of the family; I bring a sense of comfort, comedy, and completion to it. I am the confidant, the best friend, and the final child who completes the family to a satisfactory degree. My role of the sarcastically...

    Bedroom, Family, Father 1548  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Home

    My house is in Shastri Nagar, New Delhi. It is a quite new house. It was built only one year back. It has two storeys. My grandparents and my uncle live on the ground floor. On the ground floor we have a drawing room, two bedrooms, and a kitchen. We live on the first floor. On the first floor we have three bed rooms and a kitchen. It has also a dining room, a study room and a guest room. My sister and study in the study room. The rooms are well-lighted and airy. All the floors have marble tiles...

    Basement, Bedroom, Building 1646  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Flat

    My Flat (1) We have a nice flat in a new block of flats. Our flat is on the fourth floor.It has all modern conveniences: central heating, gas, electricity, cold and hot water, a lift and a chute to carry rubbish down. There are three rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and a hall in our flat. The living-room is the largest and most comfortable room in the flat. In the middle of the room we have a square-table with six chairs round it. To the right of the dinner-table there is a wall-unit which has several...

    Bedroom, Cabinet, Cupboard 1673  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Dream Home

    15, 2013 My Dream Home Everyone has his or her own idea of the perfect dream home. Some people may prefer an extravagant three story and eight bedroom mansion with staircases lined with candles and bathtubs the size of pools. Some may be just fine with a small cabin overlooking an endless mountain view. When I was a young child, I had my absolute favorite dollhouse that I played with on a twenty- four seven basis. I was constantly rearranging the furniture and making sure that my little home...

    Bathroom, Bathtub, Bedroom 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Home

    My ideal home. In the 1950s the average home was about 983 square feet and the average cost was around $8,450 Homes were usually built with two or fewer bedrooms and children shared bedrooms if needed. Closets were around two feet by eight feet---just big enough for your clothes. Bathrooms were built out of necessity and most homes managed with just one. It was a luxury to have a garage or a carport and the majority of homes in the 50s did not include any protection for a car. Central air conditioning...

    2000s drama films, Air conditioner, Air conditioning 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Killings vs. in the Bedroom

    After reading the story “Killings” by Andre Dubus and watching the movie “In the Bedroom,” there are several noticeable differences and a few similarities. Since the movie was derived from the short story, the plot is practically the same throughout. “Killings" is portrayed as a revenge story, whereas “In the Bedroom” it appears to be a love story. As the plot progresses we find out this is not the case at all. One of the biggest differences I saw between the two was the arrangement of the story...

    Andre Dubus, English-language films, Fiction 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • Homage to My Hips Essay

    Erica King WRT 102 Friday, February 17, 2012 Homage to My Hips Clifton’s “Homage To My Hips” is a wonderful poem that has themes of feminism woven in each and every line, specifically emphasizing the woes of being a woman in a patriarchal society and the strength women have the potential to wield. She illuminates these ideas through the devices of imagery, metaphor and symbolism throughout the poem, making them more significant to the reader. Clifton is taking something with a...

    Feminism, Gender role, Lebanon, Tennessee 1019  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Bedroom Killer

    The Bedroom Killer: Peter Manuel Peter Thomas Anthony Manuel was born in 1927 in New York. At age five, he moved to Scotland. By the age of twelve, Manuel was noted by the police for being a loner and a petty thief. He served nine years in prison for sexual offences, unlawful wounding, robbery with violence, and others before going on a killing spree in 1956 which held the city of Glasgow in fear. Manuel bludgeoned, shot, and strangled his eight victims and despite not being tried for them,...

    Capital punishment, Crime, Glasgow 936  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Grandfather

    My Grandfather By: Shaira Olos There was one person who had the most significant and strongest influence in my life. Throughout my childhood years, I learned countless lessons and values he taught me. That person was my grandfather, the greatest man I have ever known. Thanks to his influential characteristics and to our close relationship, I was shaped into the individual I am today. He was present throughout my physical, emotional, and spiritual growth. For ten years, he was my babysitter, my...

    Emotion, Family, People 854  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Advantages of My Apartment

    My Apartment A new family moving into the Vista community would have a plethora of housing options. There are just so many flashy ads and advertisements around. It can make finding a place to call home a true chore. But as many families have already found out, there are many reasons as to why the apartments in my neighborhood are some of the most sought after in Vista, CA. Especially in comparison to my previous residences such as Marine Corps barracks, my current apartment has many advantages...

    Apartment, Bedroom, Condominium 1065  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Room Description

    My Room The majority of my downtime is spent in the comfort of my bedroom. Found directly at the top of the staircase, my room sits on the second floor of my one hundred year old Victorian home. There is much to absorb upon first glance, and it may not seem as welcoming as it is to me. But at any point during each twenty-four hour day I can comfortably enjoy the time spent in my room. My room is a fun, organized, and welcoming place to be. The first part of my room that catches most people’s...

    Bedroom, Color, Hot Wheels 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Holiday

    My Holiday By:Russel 10 A How I spent my December holiday,let me tell a story about my December holidays during the school break. When I was a young boy, I lived in a hot, tropical country wherein the temperature in the month of December could get only as low as 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Needless to say that even in the coldest night of the year, a snowball would melt and evaporate long before you could finish humming a few bars of “Silent Night.” Ever since I fell in love with Hans Christian...

    Echo, English-language films, Hand 1340  Words | 4  Pages

  • Killings vs. in the Bedroom

    Killings vs. In the Bedroom I really enjoyed the short story “Killings” written by Andre Dubus. I felt the story was very dark and depressing but what intrigued me most about the story was how close to real life it was. Todd Field’s interpretation “In the Bedroom” was an excellent rendition of the short story. He captured the story very well and really brought it to life on the big screen. The short story really portrays the society we live in. You hear every day about domestic violence that...

    Andre Dubus, Emotion, Fiction 1618  Words | 4  Pages

  • the house of my dream

    THE HOUSE OF MY DREAMS Rosalía’s house If I had money I’d buy the flat above mine and I’d build a duplex with a staircase in the living room. Upstairs there would be three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living-room and a balcony. Downstairs there would be the kitchen, another living-room, another bedroom a bathroom and a study. I wouldn’t move from my neighbourhood because of my mom. She likes it and my friends live nearby. I’d live in a kind of terraced house and all the rooms must be very coloured...

    Apartment, Bedroom, City 1086  Words | 4  Pages

  • my grandmother

    into a heavenly motif with all the hues of the rainbow.i sat on the porch of my house overlooking my two car garage as my daughter ,Milan and her friends ran circles around the cars,their childish laughter filling the quiet evenig with joyous sounds and cheerful fervor.a wry smile appeared on my face as i rememeber my days of running around and the anxiety i gave my grandmother in those days.then my thoughts shifted to my grandmother who died several years and i thought to myself ,as the sun crest...

    Classmates, School 1061  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Bathroom

    Alone VI.Closing The Bathroom Which room is the only room in your house where you are to yourself and no one will bother you? In my house, there is only one room. My children refer to it as dad's office. I have heard this place referred to as the temple of the porcelain goddess. I have spent countless hours in this room. Have you guessed what room it is? My bathroom has to be one of the prettiest rooms in our house. The floor and the walls are of white tile, which are shiny and clean. There...

    1918, 1920, 2002 albums 639  Words | 3  Pages

  • Describing Learners

    * DESCRIBING LEARNERS * Age * The age of our students is a major factor in our decision about how and what to teach. * Different needs, competences, cognitive skills. * “Acquisition is guaranteed for children up to the age of six, is steadily compromised from then until shortly after puberty, and is rare thereafter” (Stephen Pinker, 1994) * Age- some beliefs * Adolescents are unmotivated and uncooperative and therefore make poor language learners; * ...

    Attention, Education, Intelligence 981  Words | 5  Pages

  • MY Travel

    what I wanted from life, and what I had to offer in return . I came from a single parent home , with two older sisters . I watched as my mother beat a drug addiction, struggle to provide for us , and work low paying jobs . We lived off government housing , government food , and lived in a two bedroom house . Our life had a lot of difficult obstacles . I was five when my sister recited Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise” poem to me . As I’m listened to every word “You may shoot me with your words, you may...

    Academic degree, Dental hygienist, Doctorate 846  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Bondage, My Freedom

    Essay: My Bondage, My Freedom First published in 1855, this book tells the story of Fredrick Douglass' life first as a slave, then as a fugitive, and finally as a free man working to free the rest of the slaves in the American South from bondage. My Bondage and My Freedom is widely considered to be one of the most historically influential documents produced in the midst of the abolitionist movement. Written by a former slave, the memoir served as a moving argument against the inhuman institution...

    Abolitionism, Abraham Lincoln, American Anti-Slavery Society 2133  Words | 6  Pages

  • Describing Food

    nDescribing food Describing food is not as easy as it would seem. How many ways can you say something was really tasty? Not enough to keep you interested in what you are writing. That is why we have to borrow words from other areas to describe the food and the effect it has on us. You can compare a dish to a picture, a sports game, a musical performance or give it personality. Describe its sunny or somber mood, shyness, assertiveness, or contradiction of flavors. Knowing the words for describing tastes and...

    Flavor, Food, Gustatory system 2377  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Biography

    {My father in my bedroom at my house for my birthday party.} I bet some of you'll can't guess what my father's name is? Oh well; anyway, I was born in Atlanta,Ga. on March 8, 1998 at a\Crawfordlong Hospital. When I came into this world ;my uncle Tray was the first person to hold me after leaving the hospital. He said I had a lot of gas on my tummy; and thats how I got the nickname “Pookie” from him. When I was born I weighed 8lbs and 9 ounces. I was so big because my mom ate every 2 hours...

    Family, Father, Grammatical person 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • My World

    My world. My world is a series of strung memories, slow songs, copper streetlights dancing over my skin during long car rides, first kisses yet to be shared, poems yet to be read, apologies I was too afraid to make, mistakes I don’t know how to undo, pulse punching through me every moment I write, and the laughs that I have yet to enjoy. My world is not only my world; it is your world, her world, his world, our world. The lines of my world are not defined. I have not found my world, but am creating...

    Bee Gees, Dead Sea, Earth 1388  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Life and My Daily Routine

    MY DAY I want to tell you about my daily routine. Every day I usually get up at half past 8 in the morning. I make my bed. I just don’t like when my room is messy. Then do some exercises. Usually I take a shower in the morning. I go to the bathroom where I wash my face and brush my teeth. After this I do not feel sleepy at all. I feel full of energy and ready for the new day. Then I make breakfast for myself. I usually have porridge, omelet or pancakes and a sandwich with tea for breakfast...

    Dinner, Family, Hobby 1454  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Dream House

    My dream is to live in a big detached house surrounded by a big garden full of flowers and trees. I wouldn't like to live in an apartment with blocks of flats and rude neighbour’s making noise in the middle of the night. My dream house should be located outside the city, on the outskirts of town where I can find true peace and happiness. Therefore, my dream house should have the characteristics that represent my spiritual world and personality with its location as well as its inner and outer design...

    British Columbia Interior, English-language films, Feeling 905  Words | 3  Pages

  • Describing California

    Describing California (Essay) “Critics say that California is a lie because its reality falls so short of its ideals. They are wrong. California is not a lie; it is a disappointment only because it is also a hope” James Quay. How can would you describe a place which extent over 700 of miles north and south in one word? A lie, a hope, a disappointment, different people would have different judgments. California is one of the places that could be mean different things to different...

    A Beautiful Lie, California, California Gold Rush 1342  Words | 4  Pages

  • Feasibility Study Report for Recommendation of Two Bedrooms Apartments in Pullman

    FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT FOR RECOMMENDATION OF TWO BEDROOMS APARTMENTS IN PULLMAN Prepared by: Kit Yan Lam Senior Student of Washington State University March 23, 2012   FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT FOR RECOMMENDATION OF TWO BEDROOMS APARTMENTS IN PULLMAN Prepared by: Kit Yan Lam Senior Student of Washington State University March 23, 2012 CONTENTS: Executive Summary---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- 1 1. Introd...

    Apartment, Landlord, Property 1053  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Grandfather

    My Grandfather Amanda Jeffries Mid-Continent University English II January 16, 2013 It was April 30, 2011. I was on my way to Wal-Mart with my two boys, Hunter and Harper. Since it was a Saturday morning, we were going to spend the day doing some shopping and later on, Hunter and Harper were going to baseball practice. As I was driving down the road, suddenly, I heard the ringtone chiming...

    Essay, Essays, Family 1985  Words | 7  Pages

  • My Favorite Food

    -Here are some guidelines for writing a descriptive essay: Take time to brainstorm If your instructor asks you to describe your favorite food, make sure that you jot down some ideas before you begin describing it. For instance, if you choose pizza, you might start by writing down a few words: sauce, cheese, crust, pepperoni, sausage, spices, hot, melted, etc. Once you have written down some words, you can begin by compiling descriptive lists for each one. Use clear and concise language. ...

    Chicken, Cooking, Fried chicken 848  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Living Room

    My Living Room Related section of pack: Housing Aim: to give learners practice in identifying and punctuating sentence beginnings and endings; to give personalised practice in writing a description of a living room Materials: A task sheet for each learner ESOL level: Access 3 SCQF level: 3 Time: 45 - 60 mins Preparation: Photocopies of the task sheet; a plan of the living room described to show the position of the items mentioned, maybe a transparency of the text In class: 1.)...

    Assessment, Coffee table, Living room 368  Words | 2  Pages

  • my dream house

    MY DREAM HOUSE I have a dream, you have a dream, she has a dream, he has a dream, they have a dream, and we have a dream because everyone on this planet has their own dreams. But we have one dream in common. We insist to achieve that one dream yet we know we cannot. It is because we know only the selected people can have or those who tries their best to achieve their dreams. We are a dreamer, we dream big. We have been...

    Floor, Floors, Need 1231  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hiding in Cheesy's Bedroom

    of Anna Davis’ short story ‘Hiding in Cheesy’s Bedroom’ Adolescents are constantly seeking boundaries in the hope of developing into an adult in the fastest possible way. The borderline between right and wrong becomes blurry in the fast pace contest and initial good intentions prove to be poor decisions made from an untenable standpoint. An example of this sort of bad decision-making appears in Anna Davis’ short story ‘Hiding in Cheesy’s Bedroom’, where 16-year-old Jane struggles with growing...

    Academy Award for Best Actress, English-language films, Fiction 987  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Life under the Microscope

     My Life under the Microscope SOCS 185 The older I grow the more everything in my past seems to make sense in relation to the person I am today. The trials and tribulations my family and I experienced have shaped and become the definition of this thing called “life”. I’m pretty clear about whom I am as a person, but now that I know different sociological concepts and perspectives, I’m interested on how society views me as a person. I will attempt to explore the sociological concepts...

    African American, Certified Nursing Assistant, Ethnic group 1019  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Heartbroken Teenage Dream

    My Heartbroken Teenage Dream AEN10213 Trista My bedroom was extremely quiet. Yes, it was, for all my family was napping on that comfortable autumn day. Usually I would hear my father was watching TV in the living and my younger brother listened to music on his cellphone and my mother was cooking our dinner in the kitchen. I remembered that the day was raining outside, but it didn’t rain very heavily because I could still see the sun hiding behind the cloud. For I couldn’t go out to meet my friends...

    A Little Bit, A Little Bit Longer, High school 1045  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Life as a Soundtrack

    My Life as a Soundtrack Sometimes I wonder what my life would be like if there was to be a soundtrack playing in the background of it all. The soundtrack would just continue to play making sure to capture every moment in my life a significant one. When approaching a crush the soundtrack would be sure to pick a song that explained exactly how I was feeling, or on the days when nothing seems to be going my way, music that I like to call “thinking music” would continually play. Although having a...

    2007 singles, 2008 singles, 2009 albums 1637  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Uncle My Hero

    My Uncle My Hero Picture this: a little girl at five dancing around the living room on her daddy’s feet. Now picture her at sixteen going on her first date and her dad interrogating the boy. Finally, picture her at eighteen, and her father sitting proudly in the stands watching her get her diploma. Now you have pictured these scenes erase the dad’s part of it and add an uncle. This has been my life for the past eighteen years. Instead, of the dad being an influence on my life, my uncle Jamie...

    2002 albums, 2007 albums, College 1152  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Dream Home

    My Dream Home My dream home is very lovely. It is nestled in the United Kingdom. It is an English style cottage in the country side. It is completely made of gray stone. All of the stones were carefully hand selected. The roof is the most beautiful thatched roof you've ever seen. Outside are many flowers, flowering bushes, and trees. There is a stream nearby. Beside the stream is a huge, gracefully standing willow tree. The tree is complete with a small wooden swing...

    Color, Molding, Rose 510  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exploring My Personality

     Exploring My Personality Worksheet Desiree Luna PSY/202 Gary Witt 2/9/2015 PSY 202: Week Three Exploring My Personality Worksheet Write: Now that you have completed Step One of the TypeFocus assessment, please use this information to complete the table below by documenting your results and reflecting on the findings. A Describe your TypeFocus 4-Letter Personality Type and your preference clarity in the table below.* My TypeFocus 4-Letter Personality Type is… Use one line for each...

    Extraversion and introversion, Logic, Personality 489  Words | 4  Pages

  • my dog my life

    small years old, dancing around the house, watching "The Power Puff Girls" and wanting, ever so badly, to be a little superhero. One day, my mother scooped me up in her arms, breaking my concentration of crime fighting little girls, to take a trip to the pound. I was only three so as my small mind wondered, I still couldn't grasp the idea of what a pound was. Still, my loving mother would not speak a word of what the "pound" was. I remember toddling through the smelly place of animals big and small thinking...

    Dog, Pound, Pound-force 1530  Words | 4  Pages

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