It all began on a perfect fall day. Prancing home from the bus, watching the leaves dance in the wind as the slight chill on my skin gave me goosebumps. Heading for my home, swinging open the door; My fall day became not-so-perfect anymore. My Dad, sitting in his brown chair. “Hello sweetheart, how was school?”
Today, the weather was very humid and warm outside for mid-October. It was a comfortable temperature outside, so I decided to take my fall jacket off because I did not want to be too hot as I was walking around the market. I’m estimating that it was approximately mid to
Fall is fast approaching and that means it's time for sweaters, scarves and boots! I love Fall, the temperature is perfection. The heat and I do not get along, however the cool, crisp air and I are BFF.
With summer almost over, I can't help but look back on the past few months. Mid-May I was completely blindfolded, I dived into the summer months without any goals or any idea of what it would bring.
As you get older, people expect more from you. It was Spring Break and my mom had given me a new responsibility. And it was how to learn how to drive somewhere if she is not able to drive herself to her destination.
So, it seems like our freshman year is over, and we are now juniors. Surprisingly enough, Haruhi didn't make the rest of us do much during spring break, so I spent most of my time at home with my sister. However, the coming of April means the coming of school, so my peaceful days are over.
Fall is a great time. There are a lot of things to do. It isn’t ever to hot or cold. Thanksgiving is full of excitement. Black Friday/Thursday is also in fall. There is Cornhusker football, harvest, and facts on corn.
BEEP, BEEP, BEEP! My phone alarm went of at 6:00 that morning, it was the middle of February and it was forecasted to snow the whole day. We had already gotten the day off because of the inclement weather before then. Back to the day before, I was staying at
Snow Day Playing in the snow during the winter is most kids favorite thing about winter other than getting toys during the holidays. I know as a kid I enjoyed it and I know the dangers of it but they never crossed my mind as I was having fun. For most nothing ever happens to them wasn't one of those kids. As a kid every winter Zack and I would always play in the snow at my Mom’s, Dad’s, Nan’s, or anywhere else.
When I was 7 years old my Dad said I could start helping him with his lawn business.When I turned 7 I was so excited because I could start helping him. A month after my birthday he told me how to drive it.
Surviving the Fall “Get up! It’s time for school!” I heard my mom yell through the house from the living room. It was my second year in Junior High, seventh grade. Beginning a day not know how it is going to go is common. It's like any other day. You wake up and get ready for school or work thinking it's going to be the same, and maybe hopefully something new would happen. On the day I had broken my wrist felt like any other day, I had woken up to the smell of breakfast. The smell of bacon lingering was very ordinary in my house. Considering I got up around the same time as my parents, or five minutes or so prior to them. I had walked into the kitchen expecting my mother to be the one cooking bacon, but was surprised to see my dad doing so. I had forgotten it was his day off and was happy to know he
No matter what, I’ll always care about you. I want to start off saying that these past couple of days have been really rough for me. I’m sure you have felt the same. I apologize and take responsibility for not speaking to you on Friday; I had way too much going on in my head and I couldn’t look at your name without crying. On Friday I received apologies from Claire and Abbey. Hannah and Leah even apologized that they even had to been apart of the process of me finding out. I have gotten so many different stories from so many different people. For most of the stories I tried really hard to give you the benefit of the doubt, but it was extremely difficult.
Day 01 – Holding Hands There were mouths moving on the other side of the table, I had enough of a mental capacity to realise that. To realise that I should be listening and absorbing what was being said by everyone else. Maybe even contribute to the conversation. Wren’s face looked questioningly across the table, but her eyes were filled with understanding. I needed this moment in my own head to breathe. This moment to feel okay again before coming back down to earth. Warm fingers wrapped around mine served as an anchor, and the stress of this one meal was the thunderous sea threatening to throw me overboard.
Alliyah Madison Walker
Once upon a time there were two twins, Summer and Winter. They were always up to date with current events but most importantly with each other. It may sound like they have an inseparable connection but society says otherwise. Existing in a time where the LGBT community is being dismissed