What would it feel if I can wake up everyday forgetting what happened for the last whole year? Lucy in the movie “50 First Dates” told me this feeling. Every morning when she woke up, she only rememberred the Sunday of last year which was her father’s birthday, also the date she had the car accident which made her only keep memory before Sunday, so she always felt happy living the same habit as what she did on Sunday a year ago with the kind set-up by her father and brother. After meeting Henry, she could only remember who he was on the same day. But after one night, he became a stranger to her.
David Seuss Elchlepp English 101 Rewrite Essay #1 July 19th, 2012 The Whole Fishing Hole Story It was a hot summer day just outside Steamboat Rock, Iowa. My brother and I, under the care of our single Grandmother, were walking down an old country road to a fishing hole. Grandpa Luiken had passed, and we were the little so-called-angels sent by Ma to help Grandma feel better, which felt more like a demand than a request to me. It was like a 1950 tradition where my Ma thought it was still important to look after the grandparents instead of sending them off to an old folk’s home. My dad was working two jobs and my 2-year-old brother was too young to join us.
She was my second home, to the extent on her 18th birthday, my father caught us gulping down his ice cold beers on the porch, and so he sent her home. I was so furious that I ran after her and we hid in the bushes till my father left. We laughed and laughed that day till our tummies turned sore. I spent an entire month living in her house, till I reconciled with my father and returned home. Once we heard news that we had been accepted to the same University, Jenna and I were ecstatic.
My family has been the most important part of my life as long as I can remember. I have two younger sisters one who is twelve, and one who is sixteen. Being the oldest comes with a lot of responsibility. One of those responsibilities is making sure that my sisters our safe and happy in all that they do. I have two very caring parents who will do anything to make my sisters
Throughout the movie, people start changing more frequently until the whole town has changed, thanks to Vienna and her chocolate shop. At the start of the movie, the whole town is bound by tradition and cannot stray from the expected path or there will be consequences. This is not the correct way of thinking however. How will you get anywhere in life if you do that same thing every day and do not change anything for your whole life? In this movie, Vienna is able to break the tradition with chocolate.
After the summer they spent together, Allie had to return home with her family, in Raleigh. They promised each other that the summer was over but their love and that they would write letters. Yet, knowing this, Noah wrote to Allie often, but his letters went unanswered. For both Allie and Noah, the years of not seeing each other had haunted each of them. Unexpectedly, one day fourteen years later, Allie came across an article in the paper about Noah rebuilding an old plantation house that he loved since he was a child.
My family raised me to be a strong and good person and I love them so much, especially my mom. My mom has been my best friend ever since the day I was born. I would hate to lose her. Without her, I don’t know what I’d do since she's the one who brought me into this world. Also, my dad has always been there to help me make tough decisions and I love him a lot.
We were always there for each other and I could never imagine my life without her. She was the only person in my life that I could definitely trust and rely on. I always knew how lucky I was to have this special kind of friendship. We spent so much time together and made so many plans for our lives. But nobody pretends to know what is ahead of them in life.
Armand Aubigny saw Desiree eighteen years later, and he felt in love with her immediately, even dough he had known her for years since his dad brought him home from Paris after his mother died. Armand did not care if Desiree did not have family name, he would give her his own. Armand and Desiree got married soon. One month after Madame Valmonde went to visit Desiree and family, and after seeing the baby, she doesn’t believe that the child is her grandson, but Desiree believes that it is because he has grown too much. Valmonde asked Desiree about Armand’s thoughts, and she told her that he was glad having a baby.
Similar to the grandmother, it was most likely in her nature to see the good in someone even when there is none to be seen. The grandmother makes references to a so-called "good man" from her past at the story's beginning. She tells her grandchildren, John Wesley and June Star a story about her younger days in which she was being courted by a man named Edgar Atkins Teagarden. The grandmother talks about him being a "very good-looking man and a gentleman and that he brought her watermelon every Saturday afternoon..." (Scene 2). She never spoke of any real conversation or interaction the two of them had other than those instances.