Attention Getter: Good evening everyone! I am Ashma Khadka for those of you who do not know me, I am very proud and big sister of a very glamorous bride. I want to start by congratulating the bride and groom and thanking all of you for travelling here to celebrate this special day with us.
An intriguing speech event that I take part of in my daily life is at the place of my work; a restaurant in Old Town. Under the employ in the service industry, it’s a common knowledge among co-workers that speech patterns change when interacting with a customer. It becomes a running joke between co-workers, mimicking the heightened, sociable pitches and over friendly choices of words. As a waitress in a typical restaurant setting, the content of this unofficial speech event are the repeated cycles of satisfactory waiting; tone of voice, particular utterances, bodily positions we take in front of the tables we offer service to. Here, it is more relative to focus on the higher pitches that take over our voices and the recurring outgoing utterances
Legacy: I would like to thank all of my family, friends, teachers, and coaches who have supported me throughout high school. I would like to Kip and Julie Johnson, my parents. Thank you for everything that you have done for me. No matter how hard I was on you guys, you never gave up on me. You always knew that I could do better and constantly encouraged me to do so. I would also like to say a special thanks to my girlfriend Bekka. You have always been there for me since the 9th grade when we started dating. You always helped me with any of my work that I had sturggled with. I appreciate you always telling me that I could do better, even though I was lazy. Thank you for always supporting me, love. I would next like to thank all my friends: Tyler, Hugo, Ed, Casey, Tristan, James,
My fellow classmates, family, friends, and falculty thank you for being here today as we close a chapter of our lives here at Brazos Christian. First and foremost, I would like to give all the glory and honor today to the Lord because without him our high school experience would have been a lot different. There is a particular person that I would like to thank that is going to seem odd and her name is Rebecca Doncov. Many of you are aware of why I am thanking her, but others are not. As a 7th grader, Rebecca decided to bet me that I could not make all A+s in high school, so I did. The consequence of this is that I now have to give a speech in front of all of you. I am not the most eloquent of speakers, nor do I always please people with my opinion, so
Good Morning Everyone , . I hope you have had a wonderful week . I have a fantastic Friday announcement . JEAN WEEK - ALL WEEK . yes , I said it . (Thank you Monica !!) Casual jean wears / wore for the ENTIRE WEEK of Sept . 18-Sept . 22 for just $10 . I will send out purple casual about a cause stickers to wear (like the picture below ) for each office . This way our customers will know why we are so comfortable with work hours . Please be sure to wear work appropriate jeans that follows / followed our company policies . If you feel so inclined you can wear purple as well but that is not a requirement . Enjoy your weekend and prepare for a week in your favorite Levi's to help insure an end to Alzheimers in our future . Tina , if you wouldn't
Today when you get up in the morning you find that your body has been replaced with A GLITTERING IRIDESCENT MECHA SUIT ENCRUSTED WITH EVERY NICE MESSAGE YOU'VE EVER BEEN SENT.
Sorry it took me so long to get back with you. I had my mother over for the day. The opinion that I am going to give you is just what I would do. Please don't do anything that would make you uncomfortable. Well here's what I think.
Good Morning Haley aka Stephanie. I'm so grateful you've been my friend. I feel so comfortable around you and feel like I can talk to you aboit anything whether it's aliens saying aye lmao or your thoughts on religion. It just feels easy and comfortable. I know out friendship hasn't always been normal especially since I liked you in 8th grade which probably made it awkward and then we didn't talk for a while but anyways thanks for sticking with me and dealing with all my shit. I know I can be annoying and mean sometimes and I'm sorry you. You deserve a better friend but thanks for sticking with me anyways. Also stop being so hard on yourself, you always say that you'll never get a boyfriend or no one finds you attractive and it's just silly
Hi everyone! I’m Emma Keaschall, Kala’s sister and I just want to say thank you to everyone for coming out today! It’s such a pleasure to be able to celebrate this special day with all of Kala and Doug’s friends and family.
Wayne’s sister has to be picked up from the airport this afternoon. 2. She’s worried that the students will not like her. She’s worried that she_________________________________________________ 3. They are looking forward to Holly inviting them to the graduation party. ___________________________________________________________________ 4. John wants to talk to
Well aren't you looking very charming today? I have no tangible reason to excuse my inability to pen you last night. I have no recollection of last night's activities; I might have been exhausted. :-)
She loved blue M&M’s because they reminded her of the heard of hydrangeas in her grandma’s front yard
On January 18, 2017, I took a seat at the Performance Arts Center to attend the “2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration,” also known as “MLK, Jr. Guest Speaker, Nikki Giovanni”. The bubbly excitement in the air rubbed off me; my interest increased as I awaited the speaker to come. I still expected some type of lecture centered on the current racial status quo, sprinkled with talk of the Black Lives Matter movement. Quite frankly, I was completely wrong. After a slide show of MLK, Jr. and the Civil Rights movement played and a few quick speeches were given, Mrs. Giovanni--an activist, an educator, and a poet--strolled out onto the stage and immediately enraptured her audience’s attention with her outgoing personality and her amazing humor.
Firstly, I would like acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we stand here today, the Wurundjeri people, and pay my respects to their elders, past and present.
One of the first things I checked when I woke yesterday was who won the popular vote. I suspected that it would be Hilary, and I was right. I refused to believe US citizens had become so backward. [?]