One of the students said that she does not get to see her family and friends that much. She does not get that much privacy because she is rooming with her sister and back at home they have their own room where there, she can have a moment to herself once in a while. She has to share a bathroom with other students on her floor or whoever comes to visit. If someone comes over to visit she has to be responsible for whatever they do. If anything on her floor gets broken and it needs to be fixed or something that is really revolting and it needs to be cleaned she is
You see for four years teachers, parents, even previous graduates spread the hype that on the day of graduation you will have the time of your life. But when I finally woke up that morning I was overly excited. Today was the day that I had been waiting for since I was a freshman. I couldn’t wait to walk across
I was freshman and went to few classes and some students said its almost finish school and want to do something for fun like YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE “Yolo” my close friend and i saw them conversation and made a plan to pulling the fire alarm so they did. We laughed because we know who DID it and it felt good that we have a short classes. We went to stand outside for like 20 minute and the firemen came and check school if everything is okay it took them forever and we went back to class every next class other student pulling fire alarm like 4-5 times. I asked my best friend if she experience those things? She told me she DID it when she was freshman.
This clearly shows that even though Ray is the dominant one in the house, he is not required to do thing pertaining to housework and childcare. In fact, if Ray is asked to do something like that he complains and does everything he can to get out of it. This behavior not only plays into what were expecting of a typical man, but it also shows what we are to expect for a typical woman. Women tend to spend at least fifteen more hours doing housework than men do (309). In the case of Ray's wife, Debbie, she spends all of her day doing housework and taking care of the children, which you never see during the episode.
During the trial of Tom Robinson, Scout notices that even if Mayella was lying in court during her testimony, “she must have been the loneliest person in the world” (191). Mayella always asked Tom Robinson to come over to her house and help her fix things or chop things down just because she wanted a friend. She was always lonely in the house since her siblings were too young to be her friend and no one in Maycomb wanted to be her friend since the Ewells had a bad reputation. Furthermore, Scout got to literally put herself in Boo Radley’s shoes; a man who stayed in his “haunted” home all day. When she was leaving Boo Radley’s house from walking him home because he had saved her life, she noticed “to her left of the brown door was a long shuttered window.
Some of the residents I’ve cared for, may have had a disability, but they were very manipulative. You have to keep in mind that you are not there to be a friend, but to assist them with daily living. I feel like the company did not properly train the employees, but at the same time, it’s common sense, and very easy to pick up on. One resident for instance, had an issue with spending money. She also had a nicotine addiction.
My parents are very strict and don’t want me getting into trouble. They fear I will do something inappropriate with guys, do drugs, or drink. I sit there in anger and think about how different things will be once I’m out of the house and doing what I want to do. It seems like it would be so nice not having anyone controlling me. Then reality sits in, if I want them to have no control over me that means I need to pay for everything, especially college.
Not to mention the flooded hallways due to everyone being released at the same time. It’s almost suffocating walking through the hallway because thousands of students are trying to go to their next class. Trying to maneuver to your next class can be a battle within its self because of the traffic one must go through just to get to class .Typically high school campuses are fairly large in which if a student has a class across the school then they not only have to go across the school but must hurriedly use the restroom. This can cause some students to stress about arriving to their next class on time instead of focusing on their studies. Students shouldn’t have to be penalized for not having an adequate amount of time to do what is necessary before going to their next class.
Yes, we have known each other before attending college but this transitioning stage in life has really opened my eyes to my own reality. Maranda and I have known each other for about 6 years now, and I can honestly say she has helped me become the person I am today. If it was not for her getting on me, pushing me to get my things done and us working together with homework, I would probably still be in culture shock today. Every day she inspires me to do my best in college so that in the future I will be able to help provide for my family and me. Getting to know her the past few years has definitely helped made our friendship stronger, both inside and out of school.
The first year of college forms students into well-rounded individuals. A lot of people don’t come to realize how accustomed they are to their social groups until they are forcedly pushed out of their comfort zones. Starting college is essentially hitting the restart button; it’s a fresh start, a chance to create a new reputation. In my first few weeks of college I met many new people during welcome week, so many that it was hard to recall some of their names. Though it was overwhelming, when classes started I had a chance to make actual connections with people and make new friends.