I would practice every day and for a long time. I got very good and joined a soccer team in the park. I played forward for the team. We played many games with other team from around the city and I would score a lot of points. When I was a 4th grader, I played very good and knew a lot of tricks and moves.
Lilly and Calvin were more than excited, they just knew it would be the time of their life. Lilly and Calvin’s parents were really close and they were letting Calvin and Lilly go. There were only three more days of school let. So Lilly, Calvin, and all their friends get together at lunch. Each and everyone of them are shouting ideas out at each other because they were just that excited.
Soccer has been a huge part of my life since I was very young. The very first time I touched a soccer ball, I fell in love. I started playing at 6 years old. The first team I played for was coached by one of my best friends dads, Jim Crosby. Our team name was, The Mean Green Fighting Machines.
You are left with no food, no money if you had been robbed, no belongings and little clothing, with no place to sleep. This is how the phrase “cartolandia” came along, meaning land of the card board. (“Border Story”, by, Luis Alberto Urrea) This land was inhabited by the people who had tried to cross the border and failed. Now they had no where to live and could not travel back home, for they had no money or a job to do
Erica Clark APES 6th Autobiography My name is Erica Clark. I am 16, almost 17, years old and a junior at North Hall High School. I play club soccer at Lanier Soccer Association and I am continuing my 3rd consecutive year of being on North Hall's varsity soccer team. I chose to describe myself as tall, social, caring, generous, optimistic, and funny. I chose to say I am tall, because I am!
I have overcome this handicap by working hard to reach my goals. I played soccer for much longer than what my doctor had anticipated I could play. I was very proud when he was surprised that I played soccer and keep up with everyone else. I played golf Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years of high school. This was no easy task.
there was no shade and no trees and the station was between two lines of rails in the sun.”(211). The imagery created is that of a desolate land resembling a desert, place that not many people would care to venture without the necessary means of survival. The girl in the story describes the hills around the station by saying “They look like white elephants.”(211). This gives more information into what the setting of the story should be seen as. The hills are large, white and dry, with nothing growing.