It was a normal day in the castle of Goranson. All the townspeople were tending to their work when an explosion made a loud sound that ran throughout the castle. Townspeople stood there shocked as the castle stood in silence. After the seconds of silence another loud explosion shook the castle followed by arrows flying throughout the castle and vikings screaming as they charge in. Everyone ran to get to safety and the vikings never followed. They only had one mission, to get the king and destroy the castle. When all the noise had stopped and all the screams were silenced the townspeople went to look outside to see that the castle was all burnt down. One farmer had said “Quick find the king”. They all rushed into various buildings only to find the king was not there.
“If, when you’re older, someone comes knocking on your door asking you some heated questions that you’re not sure how to answer, just stop and say “I want an attorney” and they’ll have to provide you with one as a basic right,” she stressed.
But only when the fog shifts you can catch a glimpse of the King Hrothgar tower in the distance from where they were the man on the horse stop cause he couldn’t leave the sea unguarded he tells Beowulf he must return to the sea. The man on the horse smiles at Beowulf and points to the stoned path road telling him that the pth leads to the heorot hall where the king awaits for them. Beowulf thanks him for guiding them then The man on the horse begins to tell Beowulf about the monster how strong he is and how fast he is. Beowulf replies back to him telling the man he is fast and strong as well and the man tells beowulf that the monster killed all their man then he tells beowulf one the man was his brother and the kill the monster. Beowulf says we come to died for glory not gold. Beowulf says he will avenged the death of the horse man’s brother. Once beowulf and his warriors reached the path to the king’s hall the king was happy to see beowulf because he is the son of very brave and heroic man Beowulf’s father. The king then begins to show the warriors and beowulf where to put their weapons down at and the heorot hall where the
What is your story? What kind of challenges did you overcome? There are things that happened to me that not many people really know about, I was abused by my older sister when I was a young child. But that didn’t make me a bad person, it made me a better one. I treat people with respect and kindness, I help my family with the things they need, and I take care of my brother. I still always make time for myself, to draw, to write, for anything really. But I wouldn’t be the same person I am today if these things didn’t happen.
She won her first medal for track and field when she was eight years old. SHe loved everything about the sport. “ I loved that I didn’t have to think, there was just the physical,” Janet Davis, 50, said. “And it helped I was good at it too.” Davis said.Davis’s love for track didn't falter as she grew older. Davis said,” Growing up in Indianola, Mississippi, meant that I had a lot of free time on my hands. So with the free time that I had, I raced and practiced. I helped me stay focused on my goal.” She raced with her sixteen brothers and sisters and as she grew even older she wanted to run even more. Davis joined her local track team and started to travel at age ten.By the age of 12, in 1977, she won her first gold medal, in Tokyo, Japan.
After that the king announced that Beowulf should reign as king after he was gone. And in just a minute the king passed away, after because she came to the edge of the tower and fell.
‘Oh what is it now, Argyros?!’ King Athaulf complained. Argyros the wolf did not look or answer, he just stared at the far wall and continued his low growl. Suddenly, King Athaulf thought of an idea, he touched his ring which held a midnight blue pearl and spoke to Argyros.
Within the stone main hall of a castle whose name is forgotten. Several men and women sit at a wooden table, a map of their falling kingdoms under the few candles still burning as most have spent their wicks. Books and scrolls with faded script lie in front of these people. The man at the head of the table speaks up, bringing the others to silence their personal conversations.
At night, the queen’s Hirdin—her elite guard—dragged people from their homes, accused them of disloyalty, and took them to the castle tower. Screams of anguish were heard day and
At 8am the doctor came by to do another check and I was now at 5cm. I wanted to have a natural birth and to experience labor as it is. Before this visit I asked for nitrus oxide to get me through labor. The nurse came in a few minutes later and got me set up with the nitrus and it was such a relief! As long as I kept the mask intact and took long deep breaths the contractions felt mild and were bearable. My nurses name was Diane and she was fantastic. Diane wasn't like the other nurses whom I encountered. She was kind and personable and I can honestly say she made everything a little easier.
Once upon a time, there stood a magnificent castle on the near edge of a glorious cliff. Sunlight shone in through the glass panes and danced around the inside, illuminating the beautiful insides of carved stone, silk tapestries and the bedazzled throne belonging to the royal family. The king, and queen both ran a monarchy, which worked well for the copious amount of people that lived in the kingdom. Regardless, the subjects under the ruling were grateful to have such kind and easy rulers, that took care of the people.
The Kingdom of Gestalt was in its final throes. Like a man beset by grievous wound it thrashed and writhed, able to do little more than watch as the final remnants of its life slipped away. The beginnings of a plague had begun to creep through the capital, while upon the borders an enemy army prepared to make their move. To blame the grim tidings on but a single person would 've been ridiculous, and yet it could hardly denied that the actions of the last king was largely responsible for these recent events. Greedy and prideful, King Ledo va Geiss had made few friends during his tenure as ruler. Enjoying excessive feasts while his people starved, using his royal guard as brutish enforcers, taunting and belittling both enemy and ally alike.
Have you ever wondered if you were going to eat the next day? Have you ever wondered if your living circumstances were going to change overnight from a bed to a car seat? My entire existence is about worrying and heartache. My mother made a decision in college not to finish pursuing her degree, ultimately that led to our personal troubles. She is a hard working single mother , unfortunately, her hard work wasn't economically sustainable for the three of us. My sister and I didn't have certain everyday items like toys, a vast array wardrobe, or plentiful food in the home. My sister would pass her school clothes down to me because my mother couldn't afford to both of us school uniforms. My mother , sister, and I have moved to approximately
There was a normal morning in a kingdom called Fally. Charles was the king at the time, and he has been a king for over 15 years. He awoke from a long night's rest but something felt funny to him and he realized that something wasn't right that morning. The king realized when he looked at his son he could tell that he was worried, as he knew something bad was going to happen. He questioned him, but he kept silent. So he went on with his day and made breakfast. After, his son Philip went down to the square to get some things for the king. The king waited and waited on him to come back for his things, but he didn't return. He fell asleep waiting on him to return but he never did.
I tried to not make this long. But there's too much needed to clarify the situation. But as asked, I’ve given the matter of my resignation a lot of thought. It's difficult to be in this position, and not something taken for granted. And it's also not an attempt at garnering special favor or treatment. I realized my limited position, value and place not long after coming to the City.