“Oh I see where we took a wrong turn,” Kelley sighed with relief, “We have to take a right and then go straight all the way to that bridge.” They began walking, all relieved that they found a way out of the sticky situation that they were in. “I see our mom,” Will announced as they walked up towards their mom. Finally they reached Kelley and Will’s mom, “Why do you all look so nervous and sweaty?” Their mom questioned. All four of them laughed, “Just a bit nervous from the rides,” Makayla stuttered with an uneasy look on her face. Kelley and Will’s mom just looked at them and replied with, “Alright well it’s about 3 o’clock now, we have about four to five hours left before we need to leave so when it is 6:30 come and meet me back here and then we can leave.” Kelley nodded in agreement and laughed, “Yes ma'am.” Several hours passed by and it was now time for these four crazy teens to get going, “I’m so glad we found that map,” Kristin stated as her and Will walked out the exit gate. “Me too, I don’t know what we would of done without that map,” he whispered
I read the book When you reach me by Rebecca Stead. The main character in this book is a girl named Miranda, she’s 12 years old. Miranda, her mom, and her moms boyfriend Richard live in a apartment in New York city in the year 1979. Miranda has been friends with the boy that lives in the upstairs apartment, his name is Sal. Miranda and Sal have been friends since they were little. While walking home from school Sal gets punched by a kid named Marcus, from then on out Sal and Miranda have not been talking. Miranda tries to talk to Sal but he just ignores her. One day Miranda finds a mysterious note in her apartment when she gets home. It asks where the key to her apartment is and tells her that the writer of the note is coming to save her friends
Caylee stepped off the bus and ran to her house. She ran through her gate, past 7 of her family’s cars in her driveway, and finally reached the giant doors of her huge house. Being a 13 year old, Caylee wanted to get a snack and watch T.V. that day. But, when she walked through the doors Caylee heard a yell, “CAYLEE, COME TO THE KITCHEN!” Although her mom yelled so loud, she could barely hear her. As her backpack weighed down her shoulders, Caylee trudged to the kitchen.
The young girl’s name is Ivy Calhoun. Her world got flipped upside down when her mom told her she and her new husband were moving to his hometown. She had already had to listen to them talk about how much they wanted to go but she didn’t
“Sweetie? Where are you going?” I heard my mother’s faint voice call out from the kitchen. I was standing at the front door, halfway through opening it when I heard her voice. It was Oli’s, my best friend’s, birthday and her, Angelo, and Dante, were going to Las Vegas to spend her special weekend.
Emily, Jasmine, Rene, and Rihanna were on their way to there school, Cedarcrest Junior High, and One day they got in trouble for starting a food fight. They stayed there for almost 5 hours cleaning everyone's mess in the cafeteria.it was really dark they, turned there flashlights on from there phone. They could burly see where they were walking. They tried to open the door, but the door couldn't open they were locked in the school campus
Both films in this comparison are considered historically brilliant, which can be attested to their styles, creative genius, social themes and context, all of which have held up against time. Both films are incredible in their individual rights as well, certifying themselves as films that won’t be forgotten, and even defining aspects of filmmaking for works to follow. Despite their differences in story and appearance, there is a particular likeness in their exploration of characters that makes these films so alike. Both films have interesting characters that lead the story, and both Kazan and Hitchcock take advantage of that by allowing those characters to provide depth to their respective worlds.
In a small house in Nashville, Tennessee, a family lived their daily lives of working, school and cooking. The family was almost perfect, they never argued and were always there for each other. Amanda was always really close with her mom and dad but her sister was the closest thing she had in her family. She and her sister vowed that when they move out of their current house they would talk every day, of course they were only 10 and didn’t know the struggles of everyday adult life.
Hours passed and evening approached and the scenery faded into darkness the last couple hours on the road. We had to make a stop to switch the seating positions so that Parker sat in the front. Parker, a native of North Carolina served as the guide to his, CC, and Ashley’s great-grandma’s house, our final destination for the next couple of days. Parker led us to a quaint, little town. A passing sign signified the town’s name was Trenton. Quickly, Parker realized he could guide us no further. He did not remember which roads would
In a small town in New Hampshire, Webbs and Gibbses families live in there. In the morning, the mother of each family wakes up their kids, give them breakfast, and dressed them for school. When the children leave, the two mothers start to talk to each other. Emily Webb and George came home from school. George is having a hard time doing his homework. Emily is really good in her class. After a few years, George and Emily are going to get married. George went to see Emily, but Mr. Webb reminded him that he shouldn’t see Emily on that day because they were getting married. When Emily and George were on their way to home, Emily asked George that he is forgets everyone while he is busy playing baseball. Mrs. Webb fears about losing her daughter.
All my life I grew up in one area. I attended the same school district and knew most if not all the kids in my grade. I continue to have a strong bond with my parents, my siblings, and my friends. I grew up in a very positive environment and I would not change anything about it. My parents would cook for me and made sure I had all my school work completed. On the other hand, Jeannette grew up a little differently. Her parents also encouraged her to do her homework, but the way they wanted her to do it. There was one instance in the story where she completed her homework using binary numbers and her teacher did not accept it because it was not what she was asking for her to do. Jeannette’s parents always encouraged them to go above and beyond as my parents did as well. Jeannette was sometimes expected to cook for herself if her parents were not cooking anything. There was one memory
Its a cold Saturday night in October in New York City. Christina had ben fighting with her mom and step dad all week. No matter what she said, it didn’t seem to change their minds. They were being so unfair. She had finally had enough, so when they had gone to their room, Christina packed a small bag and left. Having not thought this all the way through, she walked for a while and saw a park in the distance. It was so dark, except for the street lights in the corners and one small
It was a cold Monday night when two families decided that they didn’t want to take care of their kids so they drove to this little town on the other side of the bridge and just left them alone wandering in the woods. The boy’s name was Justin and he was only six years old they had told him that they would be back but they lied and just took off. Jasmin was only five years old and they told her that they were going to play hide and seek but they also lied to her. Justin started to walk and look for his parents, but instead he saw Jasmin crying for help and he decided to help her out. Justin asked Jasmin “What are you doing out here it’s so cold here have my jacket” Jasmin, then told him “My parents said that we were playing hide and seek, but I saw them leave me here all alone”. Justin then told her that his parents would come for him, but they never did so he decided to look for them himself. They both got together to look for their parents it was getting late already and they heard wolves howling so they decided to walk to the little town to find somewhere to stay and sleep or call their parents.When they got to the little town which was named Riverdale they started to ask for help, but no one wanted to help out a pair of kids. They started to walk further and they saw this bridge that had shade so they decided to stay there for the night. As the years pass they decided to give up on finding their parents and started to focus on surviving on this small
Every family, no matter the size, has a different dynamic with each other. Each and every family interacts and gets along with one another in their own ways. Personally I have a very large family. I have four younger siblings, making me the oldest. Every since I was little I was always known and seen by my parents as the perfect child. I never acted out, I always had friends, got good grades, always followed their rules, and never got myself into big trouble. There usually seems to be one of these children in every family- the favorite child.