One Student's Story I returned to my third semester quarter feeling prepared for school. I had my binder ready, every color of pen and highlighter imaginable to help me annotate in my two difficult courses I was going to face this semester which were Anatomy and Chemistry. Maybe about the second week of school I start having issues in my relationship with someone and things fell of track in my life from school to my self being. I stopped eating as much, cried numerous of times a week and all I wanted to do was sleep to take me out of the real world. All I needed was some time off this destructed relationship that for some reason it was hard to let go of and some time off school.
Three main reasons for this decline were lack of facilities, uninterested administration, and scheduling. The middle school saw three different principals in six years, and four different assistants. Not a single administrative leader had a desire to see the arts grow. In fact, seven years ago, one administrator took the room designed as a band room, with storage space, practice rooms, office, exterior access for evening rehearsals, and sound-proofing, away from the band and gave it to a math teacher. The band classes were sent to a building away from the main school, in a suite of rooms not designed for music, much less band classes.
Ronnie Donnie Andy Batto November 2nd, 2011 Ronnie Donnie Lavesque, the most ostracized child you could ever see. In reality he was very nice kid who would love to socialize but he had some very odd hobbies. He knew that people would not understand his hobbies, but he made a choice early in life that he valued who he was and what he did over what people thought of him. You are probably thinking how odd could his hobbies be? Some of his hobbies are playing with toads and stamp collecting, but by far the weirdest hobby was collecting dead ravens.
Furthermore, there were some major disappointments in this book that I very much disliked. One of this is how the main character; Kyla kept switching back and forth to her old self; Lucy and Rain which was quite difficult to keep up with. Last but not least, I loved how everything started summing up together at the end. The ending gave an adequate understanding of the puzzles in the story although
There were many recurring gags throughout the show, and though at times you could see them coming, they were still entertaining enough to get a laugh, if not from a purely comical perspective, then from a satisfying recognition that you foresaw the joke. From the very beginning the gag involving Professor Marcus’ scarf was established, ultimately leading to his demise. The flipping of the planning board, the drug abuse and compulsive cleaning behaviors of Harry Robinson, the disharmonious string instruments playing, Harry’s phallic gestures, Major Courtney’s fascination with women’s clothing, and Louis’ fear of old women are just a portion of the recurring gags that kept the humor going. Out of all the actors, Angela Thorne, who played Mrs. Wilberforce, gave the best performance, though as far as script goes, I would say Professor Marcus had the best lines. He always managed to say something contextually
The week before the exams, however, I was so nervous that I barely slept. So before we left for New York, I had some diarrhea. I didn't say anything about it because I was so stressed and it seemed like a natural reaction for me. That was my first mistake. By the end of our trip, my knees were swollen and I was going to the bathroom at least five times per day.
Last, it scary to be around the 7th and 8th graders. In homeroom, I was really scared of Ms. Smiths, she looked very scary. After came period 1, where I had no idea where to go. I went all the way to the bungalows (S-3, S-4, etc.) when I supposed to walk across the 8th grade lawn to Ms. Sheriff’s Creative Writing class.
After, I got laid off from the assistant living home, I ended up at Perdue farms packing chicken, I really hated that job, I stayed a year and I ended up back doing C.N.A. work at a long term facility in which I am currently working at. After thinking through all the things I have done and what I am currently doing, I know I am making the right decision to go back to school. I thought I was too old to go back, but I am three classes in and I think I am doing good, sometimes it gets a little hard on me because I work to, but I just tell myself that it going to be worth it in the long run. Also I know this decision is going to benefit me financially too, so it is totally worth
In real life I believe that the future is not set and only God knows what is going to happen. One could argue that if someone knows what is going to happen then it is inevitable. I think that the future is still not set because God only sees the outcome of free choices that people will make. The future is actually not set in The Odyssey because Odysseus chooses not to change his future when it is told to him, thus making it come true. I think that the only reason that the prophet Tireseas was able to tell Odysseus his future is because Odysseus sealed it by making a decision not to change it.
INSERT TITLE HERE… LATER 2 “I will start my essay now… after I finish watching this music video,” is what I said about five hours ago. It was a downward spiral from then on: one video turned into two, then a few more, followed by a short nap and then a little midnight snack. Now, with only seven hours left to class, I am struggling to finish up this essay. If you have not already guessed, I am talking about procrastination. According to the Oxford English dictionary, procrastination is “[the] delay or postponement of an action”.