I worked every weekend and three days during the week. I also went to school for 8 hours a day, and 5 hours at work. If I wasn’t working or at school, I was sleeping. My girlfriend and I were in a crucial part of our relationship when I started working and it put a lot of stress on us. But, we learned to adjust and work through it.
I stepped out of my house just like any other normal day, and until then, that’s all it was, a normal day. I went to my shop and built, just like any other day. I believe I made a wooden chest that day, very intricate. Little did I know that that day, March 5, 1770, would become the most memorable day of my life. I was on my way home from my job, just like any other day.
It is time for school. You are going to be late. Kate: (coming downstairs) Gosh Mom, do you really need shout? We are in the same house after all. Jessica: I’m sorry honey, it is just that Emily wont eat her breakfast and I have to be at work in 45 minutes, take her to her school and the traffic is insane downtown.
Third, texting my friends in between classes and mostly do it at home and you would imagine how long teens text each other now a days. Fourth, I would work on Botany’s garden during Botany class working on my designing, measuring and labeling. Lastly, I work out for about an hour at the fitness center at South High School. I would jog around the building, do some core and abs workout after, lunges, burpees, and then stretch then go home. Time I spent on eating is 30 to 40 minutes.
I worked nights, which meant 9pm to 7am, but the girls knew i had kids at home, and so they would let me clock off early and head home. I don't know how i made it home most nights, bleary eyed and completely exhausted at 3 or 4 am. Only to wake at 6:30 and get the kids off to
Deb McGowan knows the power of clothes. She was among seven teachers from across the United States to win a fashion makeover this summer from Jones New York in the Classroom, which included a $1,500 clothes shopping spree in the Big Apple. McGowan, 52, has always been a sensible dresser, but this school year, the second-grade teacher at Earl Boyles Elementary has added some pizzazz to her wardrobe and to her spirit. Not only did the makeover boost her self-confidence, but it may bolster her students' attitudes as well. There is little research showing a correlation between teacher attire and student achievement or behavior, but some students and teachers across the Portland area believe it makes a difference.
You got this toy that was supposed to help you learn to walk. I guess it worked because by mid-August you were walking like a pro. When Matthew started school in September you did not like it at all. Every morning when he left you would walk over to the door and cry saying “Maffew!” While Matthew was at school, I would read to you then we would eat breakfast. You would sit in your play pin and watch Mickey Mouse club house while I did household chores.
Ryan Kilgallen Ms. KO English 11 11/21/11 It’s not just yours Going to school isn’t an easy thing. I have to wake up at five thirty in the morning and then take 3 busses to get to my school in Howard Beach. I have to do the same thing to get back and since I play football I get home from school very late. One day while waiting for the bus after football a kid with spiked hair, a sweatband, a sweat suit and sunglasses approached me. “What are you doing around here kid,” he said to me.
Watching cartoons were for kids and I was real close of being a woman. Some of my friends went to other middle school‘s, which means that I had to start over again finding new friends. The middle school I attended was Aspira Raul Arnaldo Martinez Charter School. The school was about 7-8 blocks away from home so I had to catch the bus throughout the whole year for me to get home safely to my parents. My favorite grade in middle school was the eighth grade.
After 1.5 hrs. Of sleep, I awoke at 5 am only to realize that nobody else was awake except for me. So then I went down stairs and watch my favorite show, “The Fresh Prince of Bel air” for about 45 minutes until everybody woke up. When everybody got up, we rushed around to get out the door by a certain time. Then all 7 of us piled in an Expedition that only holds 8 with all of our blankets and such and then we headed off down the road to Myrtle Beach S.C.