“Hey, kids, you wanna go for a ride in the car?” Mama yelled out the front door of the little white four room house our family of six lived in. We kids jumped up and down, yelling, “Yes, yes.” “Where we goin, Mama?” “Just get in the backseat of the car and you’ll see when we get there,” Mama replied as she scooted under the steering wheel of our beloved light gray Kaiser that was our only means of getting anywhere. Four kids crammed into the backseat, halfway sitting on top of each other and arguing the whole while over who’s going to get to sit next to the door. “First we have to stop and pick up Daddy from work,” Mama told us as she tried to calm the excitement we were all exhibiting, “then you‘ll find out where we’re goin.”
I approached the vehicle and asked MD why she was driving without someone 21 years of age in the vehicle and she informed me that she just wanted to hang out with friends and watch the fireworks. I asked MD if anyone in the vehicle had consumed alcohol and she told me no.
You may have asked why I started with that saying but just imagine an elephant sitting on you it would probably be heavy right? Well that’s how felt on cold morning knowing what I had to do and if I don’t do it right the first time five more elephants would have been sitting on me.
I was time traveling to 1969 where all the good cars where i went back to the place where they were I time traveled to to California where all the cars were i thought I would be nicer than now
The first time I drove. So, my grandmother decided to risk here life to teach me to drive for only two blocks. And my grandmother was a horrible teacher because she is used to standard cars and not automatic, so she puts her feet on both the gas pedal and the brake. Anyways, I can't believe that the car seems to go so fast and I was only going 5 mph! And then, I didn't know how to brake and my grandmother almost hit her head on the dash! Luckily, we made it
Opening my eyes, I look over to my paper thin tv for the time, noticing that I still have 30 mins till I have to get up I doze off into a soft sleep. Awaking from the blaring noise of my alarm I get up to brush my teeth. As I walk over to the wash bowl, where we wash our hands and brush our teeth, I reach over to grab my toothbrush off it's charger. As I was brushing my teeth, I noticed that it was almost time for me to leave for school. I searched around my closet for a shirt and some jeggings, my usual wardrobe for school, I head towards my broke in tennis shoes. Heading downstairs, I grab my computer holder and my headphones and head for school.
Waking up the morning that I was meant to leave for my trip, all that I could do was try to will my bladder not to have to use the bathroom and inconvenient amount of times and trying to decipher the correct amount of water that I should drink in order to not have to go. When I woke up a peed, before I left, I peed, when I got to Anna’s house I peed again just for good measure- and that was all within a couple of hours. When we finally left on our 8 hour journey my new mantra was “don’t think about having to pee” which as you can assume was the adverse of what I was trying to do. For the first 3 hours I didn’t have to go, and I was so proud of myself. After that I gained some confidence and was like “I got this, I will pee when
When winter approached my car was transformed into a frozen ice block along with the rest of Indiana. As the days passed, frigid sheets of snow and ice that covered the roads and stores covered my car as well. At that point, I realized my car was ugly and nearly worthless, but my parents wanted me to remain positive, focusing on what the car did do. My vehicle had functioning heat and four-wheel-drive for the snow; however, none of that matters if the car is too cold to start. As the winter progressed, the car became more and more difficult to drive. Though I knew the moment I had been waiting for was quickly approaching, my parents and I didn't have the money for a new car to replace it, and that's when I experienced a change of heart and
A rush of adrenaline goes through as my car bolts down the highway. I can hear the enemy car getting closer and closer to me, which only makes me accelerate faster. The car speeds up to me and hammers my car to the side. I’m just about to crash when I am brought back to reality. Looking around my surroundings, my car is not on the highway, but on a deserted road in the cemetery. I’m waiting for my dad, who is sitting in the passenger seat, to give me the keys.
I had an interest in the field of computer science from a very young age. It started in grade three when my school started teaching me and my friends about operating computers, while only grade six students were previously trained to do so. Although I was only taught about using paint software at that time, I learnt about the multidimensional usage of computer with time. Outside the school, I was an avid follower of automobiles, and to be specific I got really interested when I learnt about the supremacy of computing in automobiles, which helped to shape myself to major in computer science. In 2008, when Google launched the idea of self-driving car, I was amazed by the idea behind the technology empowering the mechanicals of an automobile.
The months of preparation had finally paid off, I had finally earned my driver’s license. On that fateful day it had seemed like the best thing in the world, eventually it would become just another task that I could complete successfully. Eventually, driving would become repetitive and the larger the vehicle, the more I would enjoy driving it. As I got better at driving, the time that I spent driving became greater and greater.
Smack! I heard that sound five times before I knocked the bar over three times. Today was the day I learned that though I may be small but I sure am mighty. I also ran the 800m and the 4x100m dash. The 800 went excellent because I got 3rd place and was the first time I ran that race.
I got my dog almost one year ago. We got him on november second 2014. Me and my sister had begged our parents to get us a dog but they kept saying no. THe day that we ended up getting him my parents just said that we were going camping. They said we were going camping in a cabin a few miles from Bend Oregon.
I was twelve years old and was at my second USATF, United States of America Track and Field, cross country meet. It was all the way in Houston, so it took us about an hour to get there. The meet took place on a run down golf course.There were tons of people there. I was getting a little nervous by the way they were warming up.
Feeling a faint tug of a familiar touch on my arm, slowly I open my eyes, wipe the dry crust off the corners of them, and then I sit up and pause for a moment to recollect my sense of being. I then put on my clothes for the start of a new sunny day. I pour my Cinnamon Life and milk then I place my bowl on the slick wooden dinner table and sit down on the old and hard wooden kitchen chair, and feeling the cold tiled floor through my socks while eating my cereal. Finally, brushing my teeth and grabbing my shoes and backpack to start my happy bright day.