Dear administrators, teachers, parents, beloved friends, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 8th grade graduation. It’s a pleasure to be standing in front of you today on this beautiful day to express the happiness we all feel.
Hello everyone! My name is Fatima Hussien and I am 20 years old. I attend the University of Texas Arlington. I currently live Grand Prairie with my family. I hope to learn how to manage my personal finances and also my families. Hello everyone! My name is Fatima Hussien and I am 20 years old. I attend the University of Texas Arlington. I currently live Grand Prairie with my family. I hope to learn how to manage my personal finances and also my families.
Hello my names is Hannah Bibbins. I’m an incoming freshman and I will be attending Waterford High School. The reason I am writing to you is because I’m asking sponsorship or donation. I show in the waterford 4-H club. And this is my fifth year showing but I’ve been around my club since before I can remember. I am showing two goats in breeding (one doe and one buck). And I am also an aspiring herdsmen when it comes to goats. This is my second year showing my doe Cory and my first year showing my buck Calvin. They both have very fun and energetic souls. This is also my fifth year showing a pig. This year my pigs name is buba and he is a cross breed. And lets just say he's very stubborn but when it comes to the
Graduation is a ceremony that almost every single person is familiar with, thus building the connection of the reader. Graduation is an important transition in one’s life. It represents an accomplishment and signifies moving on to something better, more important and the pathway to use one’s knowledge to achieve one’s life goals. It calls for a celebration along with a grand commencement among family, friends, and peers. Maya Angelou’s, “Graduation”, is about a young African American girl, who is excited and proud of her academic achievements. She strives to bring the reader into her world, while looking forward to her grand commencement. There is no doubt that Maya Angelou is a fantastic writer and by her standards, “Graduation” is an amazing piece of writing and what Angelou does best is evoke feelings and empathy from her readers. By relating to them and detailing her emotions for everyone to see, she emphasizes her sense of being wronged Angelou’s graduation was a pivotal moment in her life. She led the readers through her graduation as if they are sitting alongside her. Angelou’s method of telling her story is through imagery; Angelou describes the graduates, “Like travelers with exotic destinations on their minds…”(pg10) “everyone said I looked like a sunbeam.” (Pg. 13) These give the readers a true picture of what was going on and imagery vision of how broadly the kids were
Closing the trunk, Chandler the Fair heard the Godmother tell him, “We’re impressed that you and Action Andy have been able to recover one of the more treasured and priceless of relics. Out of the kindness of our hearts, we will see to it that word comes that this relic has been returned to us. And of course, there shouldn’t be a problem with us not having to mention the identities of those who recovered it, right Harold?”
Good evening ladies and gentlemen. As the First Lady of the United States of America, I would like to extend our warmest regards to the Angel of the Angel's Land. You are making history and making us proud. The President and I, alongside the girls could not be happier for you. Winning over your opponent by 72% of the votes is more than unbelievable today or any day in Kabul, Rome, Washington, or the Golden State. We do not see often that type of numbers coming from the politicians in nations around the world, except for numbers on pieces of papers. Although the President did mention once, one of us have almost 97% approval. God bless him or her beloved soul. Your accomplishment are the accomplishments of your fellow citizens in Angel's Land and the rest of us living in Afghanistan, America, Tibet and beyond.
Hello, my name is Aly Daniels and I am in your section A Teaching Literacy 3-6 class. I am a women’s basketball manager, and this week we will be traveling to Texas Tech. Our game is on Wednesday, February 1st so I will not be in class on this day. I will be in contact with my classmates to get caught up on notes for the day. If there is anything else I can do please let me know.
i want to join Los Santos Police Department because i want to catch criminals and Rolling out/ Patrolling with my Fam Jiren Rayne,Joric Rayne,Tito Rayne and Justin Rayne they are in LSPD and i Really want to become LSPD to do My Job properly Also this is my Dream To become Los Santos Police Department and i will catch Criminals,Most wanted, Drug smuggler , Drug dealer Etc because i will to experience the Police I wish to join the Police Department as when I was a little kid I loved to see the police cars roaming here and there. As I got older it was my wish to join the Police Department. I wanted to make the people of Los Santos proud. I have been used by gangsters in many ways. Now I want to take revenge by cleaning the mess of Los Santos by arresting big gangsters. I know i'm too weak to do it alone so I want to join the Police Department where I can do teamwork and make my Department proud. I am a person who had no parents so I know the struggle
My teammate Jamie Hilderbran informed me that he spoke with you last week discussing how we should go about contacting professors for observing their classes.
My name Brittany Biggar, and I’m currently attending the University of Lethbridge, completing by B.SC/ B.Ed. I grew up on a farm, just outside a small hamlet in southern Alberta and I’ am lucky to still call it home. The community that I grew up in was very small, so small that we were given hamlet, instead of town status. Although our “hamlet” didn’t have much to offer amenity wise, there are many other things small towns can offer and for me, I couldn’t have imagined growing up in the big city.
Hello Class, My name Dawn Frieson and I’m a Nashville native, married with two beautiful daughters that are currently in high school and college as well. I have been attending Bethel University online for a year and five months now. Wow! I chose the option to go to school online because it works better with my schedule of working fulltime and attending to my family. Though it has it’s challenges such as making sure you prioritize so you are not overwhelmed, which is why I’m currently completing this assignment at 3:23am in the morning, It has been beneficial for me because it doesn’t allow me to stop. I know that when my five week class ends a new class starts the next day. I’m hoping to dig deeper into the human mind and learn the way we think
Yesterday morning, I had this realization of what I actually want to do for the twenty time project. I was listening to one of my favorite songs and was thinking of how I can compose my own version of it on the piano. I’ve composed bits and pieces of songs in the past but never had time to complete a song because of school related activities. For example, if you asked me to play Coldplay’s Viva la Vida, I could easily pick the song up on the piano if I was given ample time to work on it. I’ve also taken music theory lessons with my piano teacher and have used those skills to read music. However, I haven’t spent much time on using those skills to compose music. Then it came to my mind that maybe I should take advantage of the
Hello, I'm La'Marion Patterson a 26 year old native of Dallas. I must add that I will be turning 27 on January 28th. I will be telling people I'm 21 though for about 2 months. LOL! My son is my pride and joy. He is such a handsome little guy that feels my life with a lot of joy. He is my reason for getting back in college to pursue my dream in becoming an elementary school principal. I love to talk but my confidence is at its lowest when it comes to writing. Other than this class being required for my degree plan, I am taking this class to become a better writer. When I’m not studying, everyone that knows me usually can find me at work, singing, taking pictures, at my sons school volunteering, or at a kid friendly place enjoying all the time
I would first like to start off by thanking you and the Sandra Day O Connor School of Law for offering me admittance for this school year. I am greatly honored by being offered the chance to be a student and have a seat in this year’s class. Earlier in the year, I had the opportunity to observe a criminal law class at Armstrong Hall and doing so ensured me that I was making the right choice by applying to ASU Law.
Hello fellow Democrats, undecided voters, and friends. It’s an honor to be standing before you all at the convention of the party which I attempted to represent in the presidential election. I hope that you will all continue to take to heart what I must say to you now, although I am no longer one of your presidential candidates.