Marigolds have always been her favorite flower. They reminded her of the stages she onced performed on. Staff members would decorate the stage with summer-bloomed dahlias and bright sun-colored marigolds, and tie silk ribbons to the bark of trees during celebrations. Crowds were surrounding her, cheering and watching her gracefully move her body across the stage. The light hue of her pink hair shined as the sunlight struck her like a spotlight center stage. She wore a pure white, flowing dancer’s garment which allowed her to move the way she wanted to. Her arms would stretch out as if she was reaching for someone’s palm, and her legs move as if they were made of the wind. Sometimes, there was a special someone; a pair of eyes that could see through the heart of her dance,
Describe a typical day at work at Mrs. Fields’ Cookies for Store manager, District manager, Regional director of operations, Store controller and for Debbi and Randy Fields.
Piedad brought a work station activity to the table for Deyonnah to complete. She told her that they were going to sort. Deyonnah said, “Sure.” Ms. Piedad picked up a yellow popsicle stick and said, “Yellow.” Deyonnah tried to leave the table and said, “Why are you crying?” She began to cry and scream. She began to place color sticks into the cups. Ms. Piedad began to match colored popsicle sticks to the correct color cups. Deyonnah flopped to the ground. Ms. Piedad picked her up and placed Deyonnah on her lap. Deyonnah placed the popsicle sticks into the cups. “Stop,” Deyonnah yelled and flopped to the ground. “I cry, I done!” Ms. Piedad said, “You can do this!” Deyonnah began to sing while she worked. “Thank you, go bye” said Deyonnah. Ms. Piedad told her it was time to put the sticks away. Deyonnah began to place the sticks in the bag. One of the cups fell under the table. “Can you get the cup?” asked Ms. Piedad. Deyonnah flopped onto the ground and began to
When she woke up the next day, there was a piece of paper on her pillow. It had a phone number on it and a name, Walter Hamasaki. So, she called the number and someone answered. “Hello, this is Walter Hamasaki. Sorry I am busy at the moment please leave your name and number, and I’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible,” beep.
Dave decided to set up a Lemonade stand. He had seen other kids in, the neighborhood do it. It didn't seme that complicated. By the time he had made the sines and lemonade and brought it all out, the boy from across the street was sitting at his lemonade stand. The boys name was Mike. Mike glared at dave as he sat at his stand. Dave got an idea. A while later, he came out with a plate of hommade chocolate chip cookies. Mike stormed into his house. Later he came out with a plait of huge chocolate brownies. Dave crossed his arms, sneered, and went into his house. He came back with a tray of mini sandwiches. a family walking down the street stopped at Dave's stand. They bought to sandwiches and three glasses of lemonade. Then they walked across
The theme of this story was in a Cincinnati grocery store. The little girl received a grocery list from her parents being grocery shopping was like her only place to be calm and pretty much feel relaxed within herself. She went and shopped for the grocery’s like she did on her list. She went to a cash register to where she was checking out and at the cash register and met a little
When she went to the cashier she herd this loud siren coming from inside the store, she was the stores 1000th customer. She had received a gift basket for free and what she wanted to buy she didn’t have to pay for it. “This was a very lucky day for me, said Crystal as they walked out of the store and in to the cold weather.” As they were walking to see a few more house the saw Santa and this sign that said: “Help the needy this Christmas”. Crystal saw the sign and she gave Santa her purple hat. “Thank you young lady, said Santa.” “You’re welcome, said
A four-year-old girl named Lila was in need of a kidney transplant. The family had looked all over the country to find a match, but they were not able to find one. It turned out that the match Lila needed was right at her school. The preschool teacher, whose name is Beth Battista, agreed to give Lila her kidney. Lila's family decided that they were going to thank her by giving her the surprise of a lifetime.
One day the pharmacist was approached by the postman who gave him a yellow envelope. To both men, the strange appearance of the letter is very enigmatic, so they both become replete with caution. Before the pharmacist scrupulously opens the letter, the postman thinks to himself, “If he opens it and it’s got to do with sleeping around, he won’t tell me
One dark and rainy night Madeleine’s parents went away on a business trip to Texas. It was just like any other night on the country-side of New York. Madeleine had just ordered pizza from Mr. Murphy’s and they said 20 minutes till delivered. So about 15 minutes later she heard the doorbell ring thinking it was the pizza man, but when she opened the door nobody was there so she said “ No big deal probably just some neighborhood kids.” So about 10 minutes later she thought this has to be the pizza man, but once again nobody was at the door. But this kind of freaking her out because the pizza man’s car was there but nobody was in it.
Have you ever tried to bake peanut butter cookies, and for some reason they were a complete flap because they were dry and crunchy, too moist and crumbly, or perhaps they had a terrible taste? Well, I have discovered this cool new recipe and I have never failed at making them. Have no fear, the ultimate peanut butter cookie recipe is here.
The story of Bread and roses is another classic example of working class people being exploited by the company and management whom they work for. After watching the movie, I realized that, the movie itself exemplify various conceptual theories proposed by sociologist Karl Marx. After analyzing Bread and Roses through these various conceptual lenses, I have found that these concepts and theories proposed by Marx best explain different parts of Bread and Roses. His production theory in Capitalism, The Exploitation of Surplus Value, and The Revolution of the Proletarians. These chosen concepts and theories do not fully explain the movie by themselves, but fit perfectly together in various parts throughout the movie. Before I can go on to explain these concepts and how they tie into Bread and Roses, I feel that a brief summary of the movie is necessary.
The doorbell rang. sky dragged her feet to the door, thinking it was her takeout when she opened the door all that was there was a small box and an envelope addressed to her. She grabbed the things and went off to her room. she began to open the letter, she noticed that there was no key for the box just a note and a piece of gum. Sky when on and tried to pry the box open but all she could see through the cracks were bright blue lights. Sky went off and grabbed the small note and began to read it, Dear, sky We are the no faces, we chose you out of millions of people, if someone is chosen from us it's a great one if you would like to see us please chew the gum
Further, there was one controller in the Park City head office who she would consult to discuss the differences in accounts across the stores. She also offered monthly bonuses to her store managers if they were able to meet the monthly sales forecasts and was quite generous in the amounts offered for the same. Thus there MIS also kept a record of all the sales across the years and made a yearly trend analysis for each store separately. The District Sales Manager was then make the appropriate forecasts for how little or how much additional sales ( by volume) could be made at the stores.