Sensory Snapshot

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ENG-095-YNB
MRS. MILLER
TORIN YOUNG

SENSORY SNAPSHOT My day begins with my alarm clock waking me at six in the morning. Then I wake my daughter up to get her ready for school. After I brush my teeth and take a shower I get dressed. Then my daughter and I have breakfast. I then walk my daughter to the bus stop so she can catch the bus. The morning air is very refreshing. After the bus come I go back home do my daily chores like cleaning and doing laundry. As I am a student I need to manage my time wisely, so I get out my books and read and do some homework about two hours. Then at noon I have lunch. Sometimes I go out for pizza or stay in make me a healthy lunch at home.

In the afternoon after lunch at one o clock I exercise for about thirty minutes. Then I shower and get dressed for the rest of the day. Afterwards I sometimes go visit some of my relatives that live nearby me. Then at three o clock I pick my daughter up from the bus stop. When we get home my daughter eats a snack that her mother prepared. I usually rest or sometimes study for about two hours.

In the evening at five o clock I travel to school. After about half an hour my class begins. My class ends around eight o clock each night. After I leave school it is almost dark outside. I arrive at home about eight thirty. As soon as I get home I eat some dinner and look at television. I may watch a movie or a basketball game. Sometimes I study to, depending on how much work I got to do. Afterwards I shower and get ready for bed at about midnight.

In conclusion, I am very busy in my daily life routine. I have little time to be wasted. To sum it up, as I said before I have to use my time

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