My hero Why would you get something like that? Never mind it is pretty cool. Even though its like 100 feet tall!!! I thought you guys were just going to the store and you came back with a mosterice truck! Is that what took you 5 hours? You are the best step dad ever! This is my step dad troy but his real name is adam but he doesn't like that name. That is why we call him troy. He is always getting stuff for him hos self or one of us. When he buys the stuff he doesn't tell so it is always a surprise. The first time he came back from utah he arrived here at like 3:30 in the morning. After a while we all went to bed when we woke up in the morning he asked us if we wanted a ride in his new mustang? Of course i had to say it looked like a fun car to ride in. so as we were driving he pulled his phone out and turned his gps on got directions to walmart. He had to get directions because this was his first time being here in MI. On the way there i asked him why we …show more content…
None of us new what we were doing there so we followed him inside when we got in there there was a sign that said hunters safety lessons available. I asked him what we were doing there and he said that we were going to take hunters safety. Me and all of my brothers were so excited when he said that. So when we started to rake it we all thought it would be fun. But we were wrong it felt like it took for ever it was a lot more boring then i expected but we still payed attention.when we were done we started to head home and when we got home he said go sit at the table. So we did and he came back with a really tall case and I asked him what was in it? He said ¨they are my hunting guns and i am going to show u them before we go hunting.¨ When we were done it was pretty fun learning about them and being able to hold them. The shotgun was huge though and
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Zachari's grandmother showed the QP the court documents the probation officer left that reports he has 20 hours of community services, have no contact with the co-defendants, curfew set by the parent, and contact with his probation officer.
Later after school we had to go get his money and went to go buy a prepaid card to go buy his his items and then lastly we went back to my house and we went to best buy and bought his item and that was the easy part the real challenge fast forwarding 3 days later was figuring out how to bring the ps4 and game from my house without noticing. So we planned it out to have the package delivered to my house after school and when the package come with Kevin and we finally saw the delivery truck come 2 hours later we quickly came and took the package and opened it quickly and unboxed the ps4 and took all the content out of it and transferred it into a backpack since the ps4 was a small and thin console and we then disposed of all the packaging and put the game into his backpack and then when we were finished I said “Well we are done with this problem that you started” and he responded “ Yeah dude sorry for the trouble, but at least we can play together online now”. After that we still talk about how we got his ps4 to our friends and
I never realized how boring and long a car ride could seem when you’re anxious and excited for what’s to come. I never knew what waited down the path I chose, and how easily something can be lost. These events led me to the way I am today and whom I want to be in th future.
lowly walking, I didn't know where I was.I was so confused that I couldn't bare to looking at anyone.That's when I saw the sign.The words,”Arbeit Macht Frei,(Work Sets You Free)”.That sign still reminds me of the terrible thing that I have witnessed and experienced.We were walking in Auschwitz, I told Elie that we shouldn't worry and we should stay together but I couldn't stop thinking about what was going to happen.We walked in and I could see women, men, and children.Skinny and weak. I was worried about Elie. Hilda.Beatrice.Tzipora. Shlomo. Me.I didn't know what to say.I didn't know how to express how I felt. I told everyone not to worry like I did. ”Okay, mother.”Don't worry. Everything will be okay”.While we were standing I could hear 8 little but very impactful words.”Men to the left!
It has been two years since you passed. It has been a year since I unearthed your vacant coffin with Oskar. Yet, it has been less than a second since you came to my mind. A day has yet to pass where I do not ponder of you, imagine you. I have seen pictures and heard stories of you, yet it always pains me that I could not have a place within them. I know nothing of you, my own child. In fact, I cannot call you, Thomas Schell, mine. There is nothing of me in you, and that will always be my deepest regret. If I had two lives, I would spend them both with you, as if that would somewhat compensate for the unjust life I forced upon you. A life without a father. Though, a boy need-not be raised by man, when a woman as sturdy as your mother is in place. I
As he started telling me the first steps when getting into your vehicle ,me so desperately wanting to just hit the road I ignored all of his instructions ,thinking I had the car in reverse I pushed the gas pedal.The next few seconds turned into minutes as I can hear my dad yelling ,"Brake,Brake ! .I opened my eyes and can see my bike in between the car and wall in front of me,"Well I did need a new bike ". Knowing what I had done I tried turning the awkward moment into humor . The same night for dinner nothing but silence came from the family dining room .I quickly ate my dinner and asked if it was ok for me to be excused .I went upstairs layed on my bed and thought about the events that occured that night ,and I knew I had no chance on asking my father for another chance on driving. The next morning I woke up to chattering and laughter coming from the kitchen .I went downstairs to check it out , it was my parents with both of their suitcases on the kitchen floor . I asked " What's going on "? My mother looked at me and gave me a big kiss on the cheek and said ,"It's our anniversary and we're going on a cruise to the Bahamas". I looked shocked as I glanced around the kitchen floor looking for my suitcase
As we stepped off the plane, there was an immediate rush of warm air when we took the stairs down to the tarmack. After the five hour plane ride in the cold, small plane, it felt nice to stretch out in the sun. We walked off of the tarmack onto the sidewalk that led to the parking garage and were immediately greeted by a kind man. He welcomed us to his country and directed us towards the correct direction. As we left him behind, he shouted “pura vida” to us. This was the first time I ever heard this phrase and I had no idea what it meant.
Our first stop that night was a mere 45 minute drive. We pull up and see a beautiful 450 sitting in his driveway. We hop out and start admiring it in awe. We then hear his friends pull up in a nice little tuner car.
The announcer was counting down and all I could think to myself was, “Please don’t die.” Standing dead smack in the centre of a herd of men and women, all of which were whooping and hollering anticipating the starting pistol to go off. Yet, there I was, praying that my 3 months of training wasn’t going to let me down. 5 seconds to go; and there was no turning back, what laid ahead for all of us was 11 miles and 21 obstacles that were designed to test one’s mental and physical tenacity. It wasn’t a competition; it was a trial. “Here we go!” my best friend Aaron declares sportively with a nudge as the pistol goes off, and our Braveheart charge was underway.
On a cold summer night the sun was shining brightly in the sky. The sounds of bears were given to my ears in the breeze as it came through the forest trees. Wolfs could be seen in the tree line hunting their pray. Feeling the rugged rocks that you tread on. Fresh air smells like pine scents with a glowing spray of a river. There was a spiritual being present that made my heart quicken and my body became still. HE came to show the way for HE is the truth, the way, and the life for through HIM we well shall see the face of GOD. This started my first step into what is a fantastic journey is exciting yet wondering what is gone to happen. Each step brings peace no matter what the challenge is because HE leads me. Some search to find a round their
I nod my head and jumped into the driver side of my truck, I pulled into the front of the store. I killed the engine,he came out of the store with a backpack. When he left us with all the information, he told me he applied to a local college. He has not told me what he was going to college for yet, I was assigned to keep to keep him safe when his father was on trial. During the week we talked and learned a lot about each other, he told me his father was never supportive about his dreams.
As I was walking out of the living room, he snuck it in my backpack.
Suddenly we hear footsteps in our room, we glance to see who this person was he then noticed us under the bed he grabs me and my brother and ties a bag on our face and takes us to his car
Some of the biggest stars in history came from a rags to riches life. Some even being in the rags for the majority of their life and then towards the end finally came up to prosper. I think that anyone at any age can do anything they want as long as they have enough will and determination, and maybe even with a little help. My hero story follows my dad who follows this rags to riches lifestyle. Although he isn’t the next Jay Z, flashing off the big gold watches, rings, and necklaces, and married to miss Queen Bee herself, Beyoncé. My dad still came from next to nothing and now is one of the most successful people I know.