Jessica Day meets Dess in her advanced math class that her mom signed her up for and Dess comes out of nowhere saying “Have you had any weird dreams?”. Then the next night comes and Jessica finds out everything she’s experienced the other night wasn’t really even a dream it was real. The second night everything changes the darkling’s turn evil and try to
In “To Sleep under the Stars,” by Carol Shaw Graham, Cecilia is unable to attend her class fieldtrip to the planetarium, but she learns how important family is. First, Cecilia knows that she cannot go to the first fieldtrip for 7th grade because her uncle and aunt need a break for taking care of her grandmother, so they drive over to grandma’s house. Then, when Cecilia arrives to grandma’s house, her grandma makes Cecilia felt better. Later, her grand takes her into a room. Then, her grandmother talks with her, they laugh and cry.
While their three children played none ever uttered a word about the secret that was inside their home for almost six years. A girl that was eight years old and looked as though she was a toddler, whom her own family referred to as “it” starving and crying out for someone to help her out of this secret world. Her own mother would not come to her defense until that one day when someone was let on about the secret in the home. Barbara Atkins was arrested and faced up to life in prison on the felony charges in which she was facing. During her trial her attorneys presented a doctor at the trail that would confirm that Barbara was depressed had a Borderline Personality Disorder, antisocial and posttraumatic disorder (Amarillo Globe-News, 2002).
I ran to bed and tried to sleep, but I could not because his image was going around my head. I was thinking to myself is what I had seen was for real. The next morning, I woke up and there was no boogeyman. I went to school my teacher scolded me many times for not paying attention to the lesson he was giving. At night while I slept, the boogeyman came back with a new toy.
Poopay signs the confession and was about to leave but, Julian spots it and tries to kill her. She escapes through the closet door known as a communicating door, without the confession. Poopay steps back into a hotel room and into the year 1994. She doesn’t know Wong 1 where she is and finds out that she is in Ruella’s home at a very late time. Ruella is awakened by the noise Poopay makes at her home and she is surprised how Poopay got in her hotel.
She wakes up, somewhere that appears to be her college-room, around half past four p.m. because she has been out partying the night before. She has a terrible hangover from both alcohol and drugs, but nonetheless she has to get up, because it just occurred to her that an essay on Virginia Woolf is due for the next morning. To make matters worse her printer is out of ink, which she will have to purchase before the stores close. We quickly understand that Ellie is not very committed to school, as she already has had an extension on the assignment, and she blames it on her parents that she is even doing “this bloody course in the first place”. It is a 3rd person narrator, but everything is seen from Ellie’s point of view and is an expression of her thoughts.
The Worst Thing Although I have had many bad experiences in my life the worst would have to be when I was in 6th grade and I had to eat dinner and sleepover at my friend Emily’s house. Her parents were both vegans, little did I know, she was also a vegan. She lived close to me and I always had sleepovers at my house, but this was the first time I was allowed to sleepover at her house. It was nothing less than a more than terrible experience for me; my first sleepover at Emily’s was one I would never forget. When I arrived at Emily’s house, the first thing we did was do each other’s hair and makeup, like every girl does when she goes to or has a sleepover.
David Nguyen English 1301.3 9/18/2012 Essay #1 Being Grounded vs. Being in Jail One Friday night you snuck out with a couple of friends to go to a party your parents ruled that you aren't allowed to go to. After a long night of fun, you sneak back into your home laughing on the inside to see that you got away with your scheme. The next morning, you see a note on your door saying, “You’ve been caught and you’re grounded, Love Mom” and you also notice that the TV, computer, and your cell phone are missing. Luckily you've gotten home safely and are not thrown in jail for under aged drinking.
The clothes she has tried on last week, but decided not to wear, are lying on the floor and all over the bed. Dirty dishes are on the night stand. She may be sloppy, but she is one of the nicest people you could ever meet!! Malcolm (my husband) on the other hand is the extreme opposite. Walk into his garage everything is in its place.
She takes all the boys with her home, and they are all her big love, until she finds something new and something better. There were just one thing; Johnny doesn’t want to have friends. Now Johnny is 17 years old. He doesn’t go to parties and drink as every young man else would do. He stays at home on his own room, with a book about the second world war and a cup of tea.