She's Got You

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  • Patsy Cline : Different Roles In My Life

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    Patsy Cline once said “If you can’t do it with feeling- don’t.” This quote may not mean much to just an average person, but to me it is something I live by. Music plays different roles to different people. For myself, music inspires me, while some cannot stand to listen. You have used it as a hobby while others use it as an escape. Music has played multiple roles in my life. It has become something that I cannot live without. Music has been a hobby, an escape, but most importantly it has been a

  • Short Story : A Short Chapter : Chapter 1

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    certain my group can go help the woman.” Gerard said. “Ms. Kane, Mr. Dorian are you willing to accompany me?” “Of course.” Malessica responded. “Let’s go.” Malessica, Gerard and Dorian moved towards the screaming. Isaac looked at Malessica then

  • How I Felt Something Change?

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    “This calls for dancing!” He ran to get his music. “God help me,” I said. David chuckled and said, “You encourage and enable him. You 're a nut enabler.” In the process, the phone rang. Charlie grabbed it, and we heard him say, “The Rose Club at 8:30. Excellent. Thank you so much.” He hung up and ran back in and started the music. Today it would be Bon Jovi with Jennifer Nettles singing “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” I jumped up and pulled David up with me. While Charlie jumped around the room dancing

  • Jessica, A Young Mother and Her Entrepeneurship

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    “Sshhhh…there you go Tommy. Mommy a be back to check on you. Be a good boy.” Jessica puts Tommy in his crib and turns the television on, gives him a couple of toys and places a sippy cup of juice in his crib. Exhausted and determined Jessica goes to her computer. She’s been working for three years now on a business plan that seems to have no light at the end of the tunnel. Writing countless business proposals—with writes and re-writes—Jessica constantly daydreams about the financial life she

  • Essay On The Curses

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    WE-NEG (laughs) I can tell hearts, are covering your face, but is she also your, “Too Good To Be True?” JAMES (rubs his pants fast) Don't worry if she's my 2GTBT or not because you forgot to borrow, one of your mate's limbs! James quickly squeezes the right wizard's thigh. He screams and then James jump-kicks his head. The force sends We-neg crashing to the floor. James motions to run towards the wizard. A human

  • Winn Dixie Book Report

    707 Words  | 3 Pages

    that she’s having because she is new in Naomi. Throughout the summer, Winn-Dixie helps Opal make a lot of friends. For example, Ms. Franny, the librarian,

  • Creative Writing: Danny, Stephany and Melody

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    On November 14th 1969: Slate, gusty clouds storm the ocean coral blue skies glistening above. Raindrops hit the pitch back driveway holding my blue BMW convertible. On the few days it tends to rain on a yearly basis in LA, it just has to be today: the day of my wedding. Stefan suggested we’d just proceed with the ceremony, but deep down, I had always pictured my wedding day as one of the most alluring and captivating days of my life. A beautiful bride prancing down the narrow aisle, as the entire

  • The Farmer's Monologue

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    calling me his milk made? My complexion may be lighter than most, but I won’t put up with this crap!” “I can see why you should have some anger with a comment like that,” hissed Katy. “I believed Ben more of a gentleman.” Allison just looked between both angry girls for a moment and fell over laughing. “Vienna,” called Allison, barely able to breathe. “You got it all wrong.” She waved her and Katy to come closer and started whispering. “Is that what truly happens in haylofts?”

  • The And Dark House - Original Writing

    1690 Words  | 7 Pages

    still out. Struggling to hold my inner elation of the job being complete, I have no choice but to wait until Dana gets back.  “I’m gonna quickly run upstairs,” I tell Ryan, so I can grab the money we now owe him. “Cool. You got any beers in the fridge?” He asks. “Yeah, I think Amy got some the other day. Grab me one,” I reply. “Alright,” Ryan’s voice fades into the background as I pace upstairs. Now in the bedroom, I shut the door quietly behind me and head to the bed, there I kneel down and grab the

  • A Few Miles South Of Soledad, The Salinas River

    2391 Words  | 10 Pages

    A few miles south of Soledad, the Salinas River drops in close to the hillside bank and runs deep and green. The water is warm too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands in the sunlight before reaching the narrow pool. On one side of the river the golden foothill slopes curve up to the strong and rocky Gabilan Mountains, but on the valley side the water is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring, carrying in their lower leaf junctures the debris of the winter 's flooding;