Descriptive Essay Of A Home Town Essays and Term Papers

  • Descriptive Essay (an Athlete's Home)

    An Athlete’s Home Home is where the heart is. If this is true then, my heart belongs to a special place. Not just any place, but a place where the chalk line connects the grass to the dirt, where three bases signify my safety, and a green fence is my brick wall. When I pull around the corner my...

    1217 Words | 3 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay: My Home

    My Home Suva, Fiji Islands was my birthplace, I’ve lived there half my life. Being a dot on a globe, two separate islands on a map, and a small population, Fiji is surrounded with grains of sand and salty water. The beach was my playground. Precious memories were left behind when I had to move to...

    729 Words | 2 Pages

  • Home Descriptive Essay

    The Place I Call Home Home is place that can shape a person’s lifestyle and have an impact on their life in many different ways. I believe home is where a person can find peace, tranquility, and joy. People have places that they can go to that bring them warmth and comfort. A house can help a person...

    763 Words | 2 Pages

  • Home Town

    kaiping, for the environment is so comfortable and it around by greens. Like trees, flowers, mountains and the not harvest cropland. The air in my home town is very fresh. When you breathe in the air, you can feel the air inside of your body. Then few second later you could feel that your tired are gone...

    679 Words | 2 Pages

  • My Home Town

    And so it has no historical monuments - other than those from the Raj period - and no archaeological remains. It was a small and insignificant fishing town that was developed as a port in 1729 by Bhojomal, a Hindu merchant. The city passed through three historical stages. In the early period it remained...

    2553 Words | 10 Pages

  • My Home Town

    I can always come back to my hometown and feel as if I were there. When I lived in Nowy Sącz, it was a beautiful town, picturesque and quiet. We used to live in the suburbs of the town, in the district called Nowa Kolonia. It was a place in which my family had lived for fifty years. I forgot to explain...

    357 Words | 1 Pages

  • Cebu My Home Town

    Topic: Cebu my hometown Gen. Purpose: To Inform Spec. Purpose: To inform my audience the beauty of my hometown Cebu. Central Idea: The beauty of my home town Cebu are the Whale shark watching and the sceneries that you can see from the mountain top. Cebu is located in central visayas approximately 1...

    393 Words | 1 Pages

  • My Home Town

    Gregory 06/09/2011 If you are looking for fun and excitement place to go, no need to look no further. My home town Dillon, SC has it all, and It is about 600 miles from Washington, DC and it takes about 7 hours of driven time to get their . Another reason why Dillon, SC is the place to be is...

    275 Words | 1 Pages

  • Home of Poisoning Town

    American Literature 4 December 2012 Home of Poisoning Town Miss Emily had her own way of living. She couldn’t follow the footsteps of society, nor could she get along with the changing world. There must be something that was holding her back, back from the street, the town folks and the outside world. Even...

    715 Words | 2 Pages

  • My Home Town

    a middle-sized town, which is situated among the green hills of the Rhodope Mountain, along the two shores of the Assenitza River. Its population is about 60 thousand. The town is not far away from Plovdiv, the second biggest town in Bulgaria. Assenovgrad is known as the town of the churches...

    259 Words | 1 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    Angie Navarro Castillo Composition I Karla Whitehurst Another Day, Another Nickel As I’m driving on Interstate 30 going to work at the restaurant Country Fare, I stare at the beautiful mixture of colors displayed in the sky. Pink, orange, yellow and blue mixed all together in a breathtaking sunset...

    667 Words | 2 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    Child Obesity Everywhere you look there is a fast food joint. In America it’s all about convenience, but convenience has become hazard to our health. When we as adults have unhealthy eating habit, we hurt ourselves and our children. As a parent it’s important to set good eating habits and be active....

    299 Words | 1 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    being. In fact, I vividly remember telling my brother one day that I was actually not his sister, rather a lost princess in need of finding her way home. Where from the cosmos did that idea originate from? Well, since I can’t even tell you, God would be the only one to know. With the daisy chain I labored...

    1495 Words | 4 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    size, not too small or too large. The more space the more miscellaneous things that would become clutter. A bathroom, which isn’t exactly what I’d call home, connects two rooms. First opening the wooden door and pushing the metal handle down, it was cold and didn’t have a “homey” feeling. Surrounded by white...

    490 Words | 2 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    In Florida, out over the ocean.... Looking out from a third floor balcony over the Atlantic Ocean.  The Sun was setting to the left and it had been raining.  Suddenly just as the water grew golden to our left, there were two rainbows, spanning from one horizon to the other.  It was breathtaking and...

    369 Words | 1 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    on everyone’s mind. What is more convenient? Do I have enough time? Junk food or prepared meals are without a doubt more convenient than those home cooked meals, but sometimes making convenience prioritize over health is a very unwise choice. The packaging on those TV dinners, are in every colour...

    625 Words | 2 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    who stay home until everyone is not back home. Between that time I vacuum the whole house, dusting, wash the dishes and cook new recipe which is the hard part of the day. Sometimes I have to come up with my own recipe and other times I have to search it on internet. Than when everyone is home I have to...

    290 Words | 1 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    September 19, 2012 An attractive aroma of pure harmony and happiness is abroad the marvelous lake designed by years of change. It is a therapeutic retreat hidden from the world we entertain. Soft winds embrace your neck as one nears the out-lying woods that surround this satisfaction achieved dwelling...

    608 Words | 2 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    We took her to the pet store and bought her a bright red collar. She had no problem being around other dogs. She was one happy puppy. When we got home after going to the pet store, I asked Junior what her name was. He told me his uncle had found her digging in his back yard. His uncle named her Lucky...

    1020 Words | 3 Pages

  • Descriptive Essay

    Joy of my Cellphone Some people have a possession that they can’t live without, from candy all the way to video games. Being a lover of technology, I can’t seem to live without my cell phone. It does something to my senses. I get a warm feeling. First, when a new cell phone arrives in stores...

    274 Words | 1 Pages