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Personal Writing: My Dog Oso

... could have prepared me for the inevitable. It was a brilliant summer day, one of those days In which your mother always tells you to leave the house for fear of wasting it. My brothers were enjoying their summer freedom, I did not partake in their joy, I could not. I had not started school, so summer had no meaning to me, all I knew was hot and cold, dirt or snow. I know I was young, as this is the first day of my life I truly remember. I was playing about our yard when my older brother Jake slowly walked up to me. He had been supplied ...

Number of words: 660 | Number of pages: 3

Creative Writing: The Meadow

... and peaceful thoughts motivated by the images, scents, and sounds of the meadow. The beauty of the meadow in the summer is unequaled. My memories contained many images of this special place. Snow covered mountains extend high above the heavens; thus, setting the backdrop to the meadow. Wildflowers speckled the base of the mountain becoming more abundant near the babbling brook. The brook ran through the middle of the meadow turning, and twisting around the enormous oak tree. The lush green grass grew around the tree like hair on a ...

Number of words: 516 | Number of pages: 2

“The Night”

... at Mandy and Misse’s house. Now the hardest thing I had to do came, which was to convince my mother that I was staying at Scotts house and playing video games and watching movies for the night, Since Scott lives right down the street from Mandy. She believed me and allowed me to go, so it was a go for the weekend. So the plan was on. My friends and I were to party this weekend. Finally Friday came but it seemed like an eternity. By the time I sat through six hours or boring nonsense at school, I knew the fun was coming, slowly but sur ...

Number of words: 1024 | Number of pages: 4

Personal Writing: Response To My Visit To The Boott Cotton Mill

... wasn't moving rapidly. It didn't even seem to be flowing. Around the back of the mill towards the entrance it looked like a construction site. So far I was really surprised, I expected to see something like an industrial plant of today. Once inside I realized that this was more of a museum than an industrial plant. The entrance had hardwood floors and was quite modern. From there I went to the entrance of the Weave Room. The most interesting part of this exhibit was the pictures and quotations located outside the Weave Room. Throughout the b ...

Number of words: 998 | Number of pages: 4

Creative Writing: Inn From Hell

... looking for an open room so they could relax in peace. When the end of the hall grew near they both spotted an open room with a light on in it and both of the beds with all of the blankets all folded up nice and neat, almost as if they were expecting us to arrive that evening. Without even thinking about anything else they both entered the room and agreed that it was probably too late to go wake up the inn keeper so they would just go down and pay him in the morning. After removing the soaking wet clothes they put on thier night clothes and ...

Number of words: 1070 | Number of pages: 4

Personal Writing: Non-Conformity

... David, James, Elsa, Gretchen, Ryan, Jay, and Amy. We were a small group, but we had fun. As our little group got older, many people dropped out. One became a drug addict and dropped out of school. Nice. Our group was led by the mother of two of the students. James, the son, would constantly make fun of his mother. It seemed as if our group only talked about service projects, which need to be done and are great, but never God. I really wanted to grow spiritually and know more about God. I was not receiving that knowledge at that church. I me ...

Number of words: 673 | Number of pages: 3

My Life In Vietnam And The Move To The United States

... The only positive aspect to my life was my private computer programming lessons. Programming in Apple BASIC presented me with an opportunity to create my own world. One day, my parents told me that we were going to move to the United States of America, and I developed a strong feeling that my life soon would change forever. After spending nine years in Vietnam, our family moved to a totally different environment. This I knew would be my toughest challenge to date. As a third grader attending a new elementary school in a new country, I fe ...

Number of words: 702 | Number of pages: 3

The Ghost Of Peter Quint

... a while she decides the man was just a trespasser. The following Sunday evening, the young woman was suprised to see the same man looking in at her through a window. Once again he stared at her for a few seconds and then disappeared. This time the governess realized that the man was looking for someone in particular. A few minutes later the governess told the housekeeper, Mrs. Grose, of the incident and described the appearance of the man. Mrs. Grose told her that it was a perfect description of Peter Quint, the valet to the gover ...

Number of words: 1010 | Number of pages: 4

Creative Writing: Funeral

... and saw a mysterious female mourner. According to Mr Kipps: "She was quite alone, very erect and still and not holding a prayer book. She was dressed in deepest black, in the style of full moaning that had rather gone out of fashion." While Kipps did not get a good look at her face, partly hidden by a bonnet, he thought from her emaciated appearance she must be suffering from some terrible disease. Mr. Kipps went on to say " Not only was she extremely pale, her eyes seemed shrunken into her head." Kipps admitted he was moved that a ...

Number of words: 305 | Number of pages: 2

Creative Writing: A Sunday

... Sniffs it. Sucks it up and rolls it around in her mouth. So different out here. Different even than in the garden. Sitting on those seats. Sometimes she takes off her shoes. Rolls down her rights so that she can feel good rough ground under her feet. She digs her toes in, and rubs her soles into the earth. They say, look at that Jessy getting herself all dirty, Jessy you naughty girl you'll get a chill. Time to go inside, girls. ĐFunny that. Being called girl. Naughty naughty girls wetting themselves and pinching. Quiet good girls slumped in ...

Number of words: 2335 | Number of pages: 9

Personal Writing: Volunteering At Summer Quest

... setup in a way that all the activities are relatively inexpensive. This is where I come in. I was in charge of putting together a schedule of activities for each week. The schedule included an activity for Monday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This was a very difficult assignment. I had to plan fun events, but also make them very inexpensive. This was an interesting task that allowed me for the first time to use many of the skills I had learned in my Organizationa ...

Number of words: 1492 | Number of pages: 6

Creative Writing: A World Without Engineers

... secondly," he explained, "I have provided cheap slave labor for the Pixie Stick Powder mines, thus ensuring a limitless supply of this heavenly confection for all to enjoy." All of King Syphilis' staff applauded loudly, because he tended to behead those who didn't. "Bring us intoxicating chemicals, so that we may celebrate," ordered the king. "I'm sorry, Mr. King Syphilis," replied the servant. "You banished all the chemical engineers to the powder mines, so we cannot make the intoxicating chemicals anymore." King Syphilis was quite mad ...

Number of words: 543 | Number of pages: 2

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