Araceli Perez Aldama “Never give up, you have to keep trying no matter how hard it gets.” Those are a few words commonly used by Araceli Perez Aldama, or as I call her, “Cheli”. Araceli is not famous world wide, but is very popular in our small town of Windsor. Just like everybody else, she had a normal childhood and has a bright future ahead of her. What makes her different is she has a huge passion for dance. Araceli Perez Aldama has always been an outgoing, crazy, and fun girl ever since the day she was born.
Some of its main stars are Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, and Brittany Murphy. Clueless is set in Beverly Hills and tells the story of Cher Horowitz – a typical wealthy Beverly Hills teenager. Cher, played by Alicia Silverstone, is 15 going on 16 years old and is rich, pretty, self-centred and popular, having risen to the top of the high school social scene. She knows how to talk anyone into doing just about anything she wants. Because her teacher gave her a bad grade, that she couldn’t argue her way out of, she and her friend Dionne match him up with another teacher to make him happier.
Her brother was indeed very ill .Due to the fact her brother was very ill, her mother quit her job, and decides to stay home to care for him, and her father was never always home. In fact to all this, Callie has addiction she can't let go. She cuts herself whenever no one is in site. She turns almost everything, she can find into weapons in order to cut herself. Her parents later finds out and send her to a facility for girls, a place called Sea Pines.
She was exceptional bright and excelled in school. When asked what she wanted to be as a yound child, she always replied, "someone who helps people." During high school Lauren was very active. She was a member of the student council, 4-H club, beta club, and was also a cheerleader. She also spent a lot of time volunteering at the animal shelter, homeless shelter, and working with a speech pathologist, Sarah.
She later explained that Mrs. Wimbush showed her the potential in her and brought it out. Although math became her best subject, physical education was her favorite. Her senior year of high school she spent most of her social time with friends: Rosie Baldwin, Billie Jean Bailey, and Betty Crawford. These are friends she still keeps in contact with as much as possible today. Probably because they was with her during her most memorable event in high schoo which was her senior prom.
Mean Girls is one of the most watched movies in today's society. It seems as though people of all gender, sex, age, race, ethnicity, class have seen this movie and can relate to some aspect of it. A brutal portrayal of high school cliques, Mean Girls depicts everyday high school struggles for students and teachers. The popular group of girls, referred to as the "Plastics", control every aspect of the school by using their good looks, money, popularity, and power. They are middle class white girls who, with the exception of Cady, receive all the materialistic items that are the most desirable because their parents can afford it.
Three weeks later we went for her next chemo treatment. After another long five hours sitting in the chemo chair, longer for my mother then for me, we go home. The next day she comes to me and she has a handful of hair. As she combed her fingers through her hair, it was just falling out like it was no longer even attached, weirdest thing I have ever seen. Well, she came outside where I was with the Wahl clippers and said “shave it off”.
Kayla and I never texted him back because we went to sleep really early that night, and later that day we got a phone call from our parents and they were crying. Zamiir and four other guys had gotten into a terrible accident two were in critical condition and the other was well near death. We rushed to the hospital and fell to the floor at the sight of what seemed like 1 million cords attached to his body. On June 18th, 2013 I watched my best friend die in mine and Kayla’s arms. I still think about him until this day and I believe that he is my guardian angel.
Changing Pains| Ra’Shawnda Crisler| Everest Online College| On January 3, 2003, the most beautiful thing happened to my family and me: my first niece was born. It was a happy moment there at the hospital watching my sister giving birth. My brother almost fainted as my niece was becoming a part of our world our family. My parents just stood there watching from the side. My mom, of course, was in tears.
Yes, this may seem a little off... At the beginning of this year, I lost a dear friend of mine to suicide. Within her story, she struggled for roughly three years with depression, and always trying to make people happy and basically living her life for everyone else, instead of self satisfaction. Taylor, was a wonderful, caring individual that was always there when you needed her: she was the true definition of selfless. Taylor missed almost two weeks of school in our sophomore year of high school, she had told everyone she had mono and so she couldn't come to school for the fear of spreading her illness. The real reason, we soon found out after her passing, of why she wasn't in school was due to the fact that she was in the hospital, in