Misery struck Margot as soon as she stepped one foot out of the closet. The door opened and the group of girls started to tear up after what they participated in doing to Margot. All the classmates that saw the sun felt so awful for Margot because she didn’t get to see the sun. Nobody could say anything, all you could hear in the cold and silent room was crying. They watched Margot run home in the rain and suffer through the crazy thunder. Quickly, she ran home crying so hard that she felt drowsy. She wished she had one friend that could make her feel a lot more better, but all of her friends shut the closet on her.
My name is Kaitlyn Hoopingarner, and I am a senior at West High School. Sioux City, Iowa has been my home for my whole life. At West High, I am involved in multiple activities: varsity wrestling cheer, robotics, and theatre. In addition to my school activities, I also paint, crochet, and play video games. I plan to attend Iowa State University to major in Computer Science. My birthday is July 25th, and Christmas is December 25th; so, my birthday is "Christmas in
Lauren Rezac- My weekend did not really start off to exciting. Right after my Fast-Pitch game I was picked up by my dad in our 1962 jeep. When we got home we had supper and we all stayed up for a little bit and went to bed. On Saturday I had the house to myself, my dad was helping our neighbors while my mom and sister were in ST.Cloud.So When I was at home I was pretty bored so I did what most bored kids I know would do turn up the music and make a little mess, basically I made slime. When mom and Alexis came back my sister got a call from my dad to go help out so I went with her.I helped by steering the tractor when she got bored and she did the speed and stuff like that. On Sunday we gave mom her gifts then we got ready to trapshooting me
As she rubbed her eyes in exhaustion she remembered the adventures of the day before. When she got home she passed out from the excitement and strain on her heart. She reached down to check her leg and sighed with relief to find a replacement was already attached. She looked over at her nightstand and noticed her spare glass waiting for her to put them on. As she got out of bed all she could think about was how rude she was to Sam. She walked into the kitchen to see her mother preparing breakfast. She looked around and did not see Sam. She didn’t know why she expected to see her but she was upset that he was not here. Her mom turned a saw her disappointment and said “He seem in quite a rush to leave he left his job to help you.” She was startled by her answer and rushed out the door ignoring the cries from her mother. She hurried Sam’s farm almost throwing up because of the strain on her heart. When she reached the farm she found an old man working the fields. She rushed over and asked, “Where is Sam?” The old man replied, “I fired him because...” She didn’t let him finish She rushed to the road the taste of blood in her mouth from running. She saw a man walking on the road looking forlorn. She called out, “Sam!” The man stopped and turned it was Sam he answered her, “Joy?” She ran into his arms and started to cry. Sam confused hugged her back. She thought to herself about how a horrible incident led to her
Mackenzie, I'm glad to see someone with the same beliefs as I. Religion was never forced upon me as a child, but I did go to church every Sunday and also to bible school. I went through a stage of questions as I was going through my confirmation. These questions that I came up with made me question everything because what I asked, always went unanswered. During a mission trip that I went on with my church my senior year, I was able to see that nothing can truly be answered by anyone but God. Many may disagree but to me its what I believe. After hearing stories of people struggling in their lives from taking care of a family with no money, having no food to eat, being homeless. I was able to realize that God put these people on earth to teach
Throughout schooling, Ive had one authentic best friend, Rose, since middle school. Rose was like a bra, always there for support through the typical teenage drama to the enamoring of boys. We've crossed many paths including graduating together, but at some point in time one must go their own way,so
Jenna was thinking about Aubrey. She hadn’t meant to but she was now. She sat with her back against her pillows, legs tucked in to her chest. Her warm mug burned her hands as she held it between her knees, waiting for it to cool off. A novel and some textbooks lay at her feet but she didn’t feel like reading them. She looked out the window through the rain, tucking a loose strand of auburn hair behind her ear. It was pouring and the sound of it tapping against her window comforted Jenna and made her relaxed. She felt the most at ease she had been in weeks. Finally she could stop pushing down everything she was feeling, and start reflecting. She thought of Aubrey and realized that she missed her. She wondered if Aubrey was still upset;
I still remember one of the first times I got into trouble at school. I was in the 4th grade, Mrs. Babinecs class and one day, I was messing around during classwith my best friend. We were always laughing and talking together in school and we still do the same today. Luckily, our assigned seats were right next to each other, which for us, was a miracle. We were learning something new in math and we were super bored so we started talking to each other and some others around us. Our teacher told us to stop and be quiet but we didn't care or listen. I remember her saying,
Samantha could be "the one", so Jake is willing to do anything he can to prove himself to her. Feeling protective of her, he does his best to be a defensive driver as they spend quality time together completing a task for her perfectionist mother. Everything was easier with Samantha
“Is something wrong Bethany?” he asks. Any other time I would have said no, but I’ve been keeping this in for so long, I decide to tell him.
Evan is also very kind to all people. Whenever I’m with him I notice that he never judges people, even if there is a scary looking person around, Evan will talk to the man like he is just a normal person like everyone else, which is something I admire about Evan. My brother also does a lot of community service around Ohio, he got a scholarship for it from his college Otterbine. Evan went to Chicago for about 3 months for a mission trip. He walked around and shared the gospel with random people he saw. My brother being so kind is why I look up to him the most.
After reading more background information about Paige, I have identified a few potential biases listed below.
Throughout Paige’s college life she had many road blocks and beneficial experiences. Through the bad experiences it made her become more aware of the world around her. She was then able to learn from others mistakes and not make the same irresponsible and foolish choices.