It wasn't too hot or too cold, it was the perfect weather. I lifted my hands over my head and took a deep breath. The grass was slightly moist from the rain last night. I stepped out into the bright sunlight, urging my muscles to wake up. Fall was literally around the corner and I was trying to enjoy the last few days of summer before the leaves started turning brown and everyone brought out the pumpkins and turkeys. I glanced at my watch and read the time. I had thirty minutes before school and I hadn't done anything to get ready. I hadn't even brushed my teeth yet or made my bed. I woke up, rubbed my eyes and came out onto the front porch. I had a valid excuse for waking up and going outside though, I wanted to catch her …show more content…
"Car troubles?" I'd say just to break the ice.
Nellie would look at me and smile. "You're an angel, Ian!" She would say in delight or something like that.
And in my fantasy, she'd have on a skirt that showed off her killer legs. No, I was not some pervert. I just thought Nellie Washington would look sexy in a skirt. Since I had never seen her in one, I couldn't really picture her as well as I wanted to.
But this was not fantasy, it was reality and in reality Nellie was wearing grey skinny jeans and a grey t-shirt with some weird blue police box on it. It was the kind of shirt you saw on comic book nerds.
As this is reality, and Nellie is a very responsible girl for her age, her car came to life and I was instantly disappointed. She pulled out of her garage and onto the empty street after she look both ways five times. I watched as she zoomed off down the road and headed over to the mailbox. There was nothing inside for me. Most of it was for my dad, a couple were for my mom and there was one for Matt, my younger twin brother.
I hoped he hadn't gotten the last bit of Nutella.
Matt was sitting at the kitchen table shoveling spoonfuls of cereal, muffins and cups of orange juice in his mouth when I walked in.
"Damn." He muttered as a bit of orange juice fell on him.
"Good thing you're
She is one of Mr. Weylin’s house slaves who oversees the cooking for the Weylin family and manages the kitchen. The comic book illustrated her to be a fat, big breasted, brown skinned, older woman who would wear a long grey gown with a white apron and head wrap. She’s is perceived to be very pleasant, nurturing, loving and
It was that time of the year ,which was back to school, it was the day ,I got to meet my 8th grade teacher ,I was sweating and had butterflies in my stomach. It was coincidence to find my friend Sheyla at the parking lot. Sheyla said she has met her teacher ,but needed a few more supplies ,so she was just back from getting her last supplies. Sheyla’s family went with us to met my teacher ,and I was glad to see her because it was quite a while since I last saw her. Later, after we left Berkmar grounds,I went to Sheyla’s house and we hangout the rest of the day. It was the first day of school, usually I would be feeling nervous,but today I wasn't ,which was good because I didn't want have sweating hands and a racing heartbeat. I arrived at Berkamr and went straight to homeroom ,I found my seat and waited. My first day at school wasn't to bad because the only thing
In Lisa Fremont’s first scene in Rear Window, her elaborate dress and tiny evening bag reflect her traditional femininity and her inability to actively participate in L.B. Jeffreys’ adventures. She wears a dramatic black and white dress with a long, full skirt and fitted bodice, high heels, pearls, long white gloves and heels. Her hair is set in contemporary, fashionable curls. She has on a full face of makeup, complete with a red lip. As a prop, she carries a small evening bag. Her entire look exudes
It all began on a perfect fall day. Prancing home from the bus, watching the leaves dance in the wind as the slight chill on my skin gave me goosebumps. Heading for my home, swinging open the door; My fall day became not-so-perfect anymore. My Dad, sitting in his brown chair. “Hello sweetheart, how was school?”
It was a very hot day in the middle of August, one that was so oppressively humid that the air felt like a blanket, which was why Lillie Everette, momentarily confused, awoke because she remembered kicking the sheets off her bed in the middle of the night. She yawned, then got dressed excitedly. She needed get ready for the Hide and Seek game that was starting soon. She had promised her friends that she wouldn’t sleep through this one like she had for the last game. She was about to run through her front door when she hears her parents talking.
The sky was bright and the birds were sitting on the tree branches singing their songs. I layed in bed slowly trying to pull myself out of bed. It would be my first day back to school in 3 days. I reach for my phone to look at the time. 7:15. Schools already started so there is no point in going. The teachers will understand. I set my phone back down on the nightstand. After a few minutes pass by I hear my phone buzz. It’s a text from my friend, Britney.
She was dressed in her best clothes. The author shows the details of her attire vividly. You can see her picture as you read the story, “… had on a navy blue straw sailor hat with a bunch of white violets on the brim and a navy blue dress with a small white dot in the print.” She even added that she wanted to be lady like if she died in a road accident. “In case of an accident, anyone seeing her dead on the highway would know at once that she was a lady.” (O’Connor, pg. 309).
However, I assume that if this were the representation of an actual woman, it was meant to represent a time before her workday began. As a working woman myself, I can attest that if this were an accurate representation of a woman after a few hours of work, the bandana would be crooked, her hair would be a mess or matted down with product, there would be mascara under her eyes, her lipstick would be nonexistent, she would have chipped nails, depending on the temperature she may have had pit stains and there would be make-up on her
However professionally masterful she may be, the blatant sexualisation of her body, accompanied by close-fitting wear that outlines her figure, the audience is reminded that she is different to the men. She is depicted prominently in the bulk of the picture, which may have been a good depiction, however, she is being captured, helpless as the tendrils of her attacker weave around her upper thigh, victimised and sexualised as she poses utterly incapable of defending herself, her male colleagues suited with the right outfit for the job, portrayed as daring and valorous, defeating the
The skirt has a super high slit which revealed her thighs and evidently showed that she wasn’t wearing anything underneath. Too, her long purple gloves perfectly fit her style matched with a red pumps.
I woke up to a loud-wailing scream of sirens. The sirens of the police cars and ambulance always wakes me up in the morning; it’s a tradition. Instead of getting out of bed I just lay there knowing that if I get up I’ll have to face the reality of life. I got up anyway knowing I would have to get up sooner or later. The dark wood floors were freezing. I felt like it was winter and I had just got stuck in the snow. I ran over to my drawers and quickly took out one pair of fluffy socks. I put them on at the same rate I took them out and let out a sigh of relief once I was
Then their was this silly evening gown the harpist company made her wear. This low cut sequined black dress would have looked great on Madonna or Carrie on Sex and the City. The stretchy material clung to her chubby middle-aged body like saran wrap making her feel like a human sausage link.
After throwing on my book bag I headed to school. It's a short drive since I live right in front of the school. I'm not sure if that's a good or bad thing. The cold air stung my face and as I breathed, the frigid air escaped like smoke. I started up my old, beat-up car and prepared to go to the place I hated most. I glared at the stop sign and rolled to a stop, feeling my heart clench as a thousand memories tore into me. Every day, she would wait there for me, the sweetest smile on her face. With her absence, the frozen over stop sign mocked me for my stupidity. Shaking my head, I continued
It was a wonderful September Sunday morning. I woke up to the smell of delicious chocolate chip pancakes. I jumped outta bed, put on my clothes and rushed to the kitchen. My mom had just finished preparing the chocolate chip pancakes and also had made eggs and bacon. The bacon was slightly crispy just how I like it. I ate my breakfast and asked my mom what we would do that day. She thought for a while and meandered over what we should do. In my mind I already knew what I wanted to do and that was go to the farm and do stuff out there. I told her what I wanted to do and she said that it sounded like a plan. We left our place at about 1:00. We stopped for subway on the way out because we were both hungry. I got my usual foot long on italian herbs