• Chicago
    September of this year(2005) was my first Labor day away from my family. I was finally tasting the freedom that I had desperately waited for all summer- long. Now that I was in college I could pretty much do what-ever I want. Therefore I decided to take a train to Chicago to visit my girlfriend, Leslie. Everything...
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  • Behind Your Green Eyes
    Eyes As I stood at the departure lounge with the remainder of my pride and my memories I couldn't help but wonder what life had for me next. I had left the business that I had built from my blood and sweat to go and be with the one that had taken my heart from the first look into her eyes. I had once...
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  • an encounter with character
    true meaning is. I used to misconceive this word as well, until a few week back when I experienced something that had real character just down the road and just around the bend. I was on the bus ride home one day it was cold. I was shivering but I had gotten the seat with the heater so I took off my shoes...
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  • Dont Let Your Life Pass You Buy
    Pass You By: I have lived in Arizona for almost 10 years. However I have never fully accepted it as my home, I have always had a deep down desire to return home, a feeling like you get when you know you are just about home, and you can not rest until you get there. Nevertheless , I have spent a considerable...
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  • Memoir
    don’t let this be happening to me. Please. Not now.” My hands were trembling and blood trickled down my cheek, as I laid flat on the cold, hard, ground I could feel my body engulfed in pain as I tried to make a move to get up. The motion was hard and seemed impossible to do. The thunder was rolling and the...
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  • bug probs
    a.m.) “Well of course I end up having to sit in the Coach by myself while Simone and Christina get to sit in First Class! What if I end up sitting by some freaks” I think to myself as I walk through the plane portables to get to my seat in the Coach part of the plane. Once I step inside, my heart sinks...
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  • Immigration Story
    barely survive with what we got, and that isn’t much. Mostly because we have six people in our family. Plus, my dad doesn’t work much, and my mother and I don’t work at all. And, my older brother works, but he makes the most money. My dad barely works. He is too lazy, and all he does is bring some leftover...
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  • Five Forces Model of Competition--Appl
    I had worked for my former employer for three years. Throughout my four months of maternity time, I grew a very strong bond with my child. When the four month was coming to an end it was a big decision to decide whether I was to go back to work or to stay home with my child. Originally, I was only going...
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  • Life
    life that I will never forget. It was a life changing event, something that I would never wish on anyone. I had my children taken away from me due to my ex-husband abusing me. I had just had my third little girl and thought that maybe this time things would get better. After each baby I secretly wished...
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  • newspaper project
    Vietnam Times Letter Home Dear, Mom October 2nd 1967 It has been a drag the last couple of weeks. All we have been doing is sitting around waiting for something to happen. This place is about as far from having a vacation as you could get. It is hot and humid all the time here. ...
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  • English 1 Essay
    Section 024 10 September 2007 My Good Time at Cayey Sometimes we spend a lot of time planning what to do, but sometimes they do not happen as we want. Some people do not like to do things without planning but that is not a reason to think that things will go bad. There are instances where you have...
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  • Being a Mother
    Natasha Miller Composition and Rhetoric I Narrative paper After thirty-six hours of labor, the doctor placed my precious baby boy in my arms. In this moment of my life, it felt likes nothing could bring me down. I had the two people that meant the most supporting me, my mother and my fiancé, and...
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  • Fishing at the Creek
    fishing?”! I was speechless; this was going to be the first time ever that I was going to go fishing. Everything was going great that day. Nothing could have ruined that moment. I would always ask my dad to go camping or do something adventurous. Finally we get to go fishing as a whole family. I was like...
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  • Demaracation of Rituals
    A Farewell To Arms  by Ernest Hemingway  Flyleaf:  The greatest American novel to emerge from World War I, _A Farewell to Arms_  cemented Ernest Hemingway's reputation as one of the most important novelists of the  twentieth century. Drawn largely from Hemingway's own experiences, it is the story of a ...
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  • airplanes
    In the night sky are like shooting stars? I could really use a wish right now Wish right now, wish right now Can we pretend that airplanes In the night sky are like shooting stars? I could really use a wish right now Wish right now, wish right now Yeah, I could use a dream or a genie or a wish To go back to a place much simpler than this ...
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  • My Grandma Goes to School Just Like I Do
    Goes To School Just Like I Do Natalie Warren English 121-English Composition Instructor: Kathy Conner April 18, 2011 My hope that by the time you finish reading my paper; you will know why this old grandma decided to go back to school. On my birthday, Oct. 8, 2010, I woke up that morning and...
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  • I Admire You
    zezabell I admire you There are a lot of people in the world that do so much for us, however we seem to never give them any recognition. They may be doing something small or something that does not effect our every day lives but it is still something amazing. Every day they come up with new ways...
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  • Kendalls Paper
    or even think? I never imagined that I would ever feel like this in my entire life. I knew that I had made a huge mistake and I knew that there was no way I could fix it. I knew when my mom and stepdad got home that I would either be dead or in some serious trouble. My sister and I had just woke up...
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  • Perfect
    swaying back and forth like the ripples on a calm ocean. I’m just getting out of bed and I think to myself; “What a great day to go and get my eyebrows done. I mean, I’ve never gotten them done before and I know of people who have come out looking fabulous. But, I don’t need too get them done… Yet I really...
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  • final exam
    Never Too Late for College Looking back on a day in May 2011, I would never have thought my life could have changed so much. My day started out pretty normal. I woke up energized and ready for my last day of work before the Memorial Day weekend. My family and I had big plans for our annual camping...
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