Our relationship began like very few relationships do, on Facebook. In June of 2009, after I had been accepted into a Fall 2009 freshman class, a boy said hello in a message and a 4-page paper could not even touch the surface of our relationship in those past 2 years, but I will do my best to explain as much as possible. Over the next few months, the
Love is a force that inspires us to feel more, do more, and sometimes sacrifice for the object of our attention. Poems, music, relationships are all written in the name of love. There are six kinds of love, according to the ancient Greeks:
Water is an essential quality in life that you need to live. Yet many people don't realize that how important it is in life until it could be taken away. John Thorson, a water rights and lawyer, says “ water links us to our neighbor in a way more profound and complex than any other.” It is a way people are connected around economically, socially, and environmentally. Some struggle to have clean water to drink and others can not find clean water at all.
He shot his shot or as most people would call it getting my number. We hung out that day in my car in the Starbucks parking lot. He wanted to learn about my past. No fancy date just sitting in my car and this became a reoccurring theme. Butterflies filled my stomach because let’s be honest this was Grant Holloway. We set up plans for the next night after track practice and we wound up in front of Dollar Tree talking in the car – understand the theme. We continued talking keeping our “friendship” on the down low. One chilly morning we woke up at the crack of dawn and shared a beautiful sunset together. We captured the sunset on snapchat and one of my more un-loyal friends put two and two together. She was close with his ex and word got out to her. The ex interrupted the flow but we just learned to have fun with the time we had. I went to his state’s track meet with my parents. I was forever proud of his accomplishment because this was his big year. Indoor Nationals were rolling around and this marked the longest time we would be apart. We set up a mini-date at Sweet Frog around the closing so we took the frozen yogurt to go. He will tell me this was his favorite moment before one of the biggest days of his
Jonny Stiegler Instr. Brettell EN 210-004 8 December, 2014 WC: Love is something everyone struggles with and is a part of everyday life. Dealing with love, defining love, finding love, this small word has a huge impact in our lives. Love is different to every person and is usually the subject of music, art, and writings.
He’s admired me since we were in Level Three. Plus, since he’s two years older than everyone else so he’d always been bigger and more intimidating and poor me became his the victim of his affection. He was really sweet for the first few weeks. I was probably only twelve and while I am tall for my age, I weighed little to nothing, and he always stood taller. He’d help me reach for books in the library, he’d offer to carry my things, and then things slowly got worse. He’d grab ahold of my hand or wrist and pull me along, no matter how hard I fought. He’d stalk me as I’d walk home, and on the last day of school everyone was invited to the big bonfire that was being held. Of course I went. I might not have been a social butterfly, but bonfires were rare, and I was obsessed with the
Just east of Butte, Montana is a huge lake filled with toxic chemicals. Samples taken in 2011 had a pH measuring around 2.5, meaning the water was comparable to gastric acid (PitWatch, 2013). This lake, known as the Berkeley Pit Lake, was formed by open pit mining in the 1950s. Originally, the mine was built by the Atlantic-Richfield Corporation to meet the global demands for copper post World War II. Copper prices tanked in 1982, so the mine was shut down and pumps removing water were deactivated. The company left behind a pit encompassing an area of approximately one square mile and reaching a depth of 1780 feet. Berkeley Pit soon flooded and began to collect hazardous levels of heavy metals.
The topic for this assignment is love. But what is love? Love is an intense emotion you feel towards someone, that you consider more important than yourself. It gives you the power to be yourself more as you feel more confident and secure. You start showing a more positive energy to the people around you and the world looks like a better place. The universal message is that love changes people for the better.
There once was a boy and I loved him. I wasn’t in love with him, mind you, because that would be totally cliché, don’t you think? I loved Tom in the way a younger kid idolizes the cool older one because he didn’t act like she was an annoying little girl. He was so nice to me and he always made me laugh. I would always repeat anything remotely witty that Rorke said to all of my friends. His level of hilarity is something I wanted to achieve because he always made
I sense an act of trouble that was going to happen this evening on a small street called little white street because of the toxic powder that gets dealt there on a regular basis. (people just call it cocaine but really I see it as a poison that looks like baking flower. I know this, I have sensed it, by knowing the actual thing that will kill a person before they die.) fifteen years ago. now it is a clean area with mostly middle class and some upper class but there is always the building that is the exception to the rule, and sometimes the exception must go.
Airborne contaminants can be mild in hazards to extremely dangerous, and are used quite often within the construction and general industries. Sometimes workers are even exposed to these airborne contaminants on a daily basis. The most common types of airborne contaminants are dusts, fumes, smoke, aerosols, mists, gases and vapors. All of these airborne contaminants are important to be aware of, you must know what their causes are and how to protect your workers from them. As each of these contaminants have a permissible exposure limit (PEL), and it is important to be aware of what each of them is, so you can make sure these levels are not reached or protective equipment is available and accurate for each exposure should your workers have to
Many scientific researchers have said that our environment has been filled with toxic chemicals, which us humans have had a part of. There are many different issues that should concern us surrounding these toxic chemicals. The major concern is that many of these toxic chemicals have been claimed to be causing damage to the health of humans and even other life forms. Another concern is that most of the theses toxic chemicals have just recently been produced; and by our environment changing everyday there is no telling what effects these toxic chemicals may have in the long run on the public 's health. Just about all of these toxic chemicals exist in the way they do because of humans. As humans we practice a lot of different activities that cause toxic chemicals to pollute our environment such as, agriculture, industrial, and many domestic activities as well. Many of the toxic chemicals that we produce and use don 't get used in a effective way, which causes them to be wasted, left abandoned, and disposed of. When toxic chemicals are not disposed of properly they effect the environment and the public 's health in a negative way.