Rogers-Lincoln Amanda Allison Quarry ENG 111- NO4 June 10, 2014 The process of becoming a great waitress Being a great waitress seems like a super easy thing to do to a lot of people. Little do they know it’s a lot more to it than they could possibly believe? Most people think waitress just has to walk around smiling all day and whipping tables. They fail to realize that to be a great waitress one must be very energetic, they cannot be shy, and you have to keep a positive attitude. Having a positive attitude is a must if you plan on being wonderful waitress.
Anne Frank Final Essay Topic 2 Sacrifices In the play, “Anne Frank’s Diary”, Miep Geis and Mr.Kraler sacrifice a lot to help out the Franks, Van Daans, and Mr.Dussel. They spend a lot of time, money, love, and effort into making the life of these people easier in such a difficult time. It seemed that every single thing that they did was in an effort to help the Franks, Van Daans, and Mr.Dussel. They are always trying to aid the members of the annex and make them more comfortable with the situation that they’re in. Miep helps her friends in any way she can.
(Samuele Centorrinoa, Elodie Djemaib, Astrid Hopfensitzc, Manfred Milinskid, Paul Seabrighte, , 2015) Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of one’s joy. Because of these words, it came to my mind how a simple smile can affect the working shift of a nurse
At least that was how it made her feel. The thing was, furthermore, that her passion for rain was so inspiring that if someone saw her smiling when it started to rain, it made them smile too. Such a lovely sight! For instance, Elizabeth’s friends Monika and Sally, who were definitely not one of those people who became emotional very easily, were so used to seeing that smiling face of their friend when weather gone bad, that it was no surprise for them that even they could feel a little smile rising at their faces when it started to rain. ‘People get used to
Her kind and gracious Aunt build’s Sybylla’s confidence and self esteem and is gentle and understanding, recognising her inner beauty, while reinforcing her physical beauty. Aunt Helen’s positive impact on Sybylla can be seen through the quote “No one would dream of calling you plain, let alone ugly; brilliant is the word which best describes you.” This quote assists the reader in furthering their understanding into the contradictive impression that others have on Sybylla. Similarly, the protagonist, Peekay, in the
The sight of happiness in these people clearly furthers the sadness the girl contains. Another aspect the girl focuses on is the status between the two people. While the girl ponders this idea, the reader quickly realizes that her observations are of friendship she may never experience. Furthermore, the laughing of the woman once again provides an opposition to the girl’s feelings at the time, deepening her sadness even more. Altogether, the girl comes to realize that the experiences of those outside are filled with excitement and joy.
By the end of the film, when they all join Olive on stage for her provocative dance routine, we can see how the trip benefited them in many ways. Amongst all the lessons they learned, one of the most important is the realization that single-minded goals is not what is needed for a good life. Ironically, the Hoovers become a happier, loving family only after they individually fail at their personal goals because it forces them to need each other, to truly be
I had told them that nothing is wrong with me. They told me that they like to see me smile all the time because I do not look mean and angry. People starting to open up to me and I was getting along with everyone, they had become my friends, going to parties, giving some advised to each other and helping one another. It felt so good to smile at people and they smile back at you. My boss was happy and never have any bad complains about me anymore.
Happiness, is something special in our heart, which can be spread in many different ways. Happiness is the smile on your face when you succeed in overcoming a very difficult problem; happiness is the applause getting from your teachers and classmates when you do a good job. However, happiness can easily slip away without informing you that she has already come and when you look back, you may regret that you have not cherished it. But firstly, as a substance, money can only buy objective existences while it can’t buy any inner feelings. For example, you bought a bunch of flowers for your mother as her birthday present, and she is really happy, we can obviously figure out that mother is happy because of your love rather than the money that the flowers stand for, right?
In Amy Cunningham’s essay, “Why Women Smile”, she talks about the act of smiling as a cover-up, a means used by women to camouflage their inner desires and feelings or a tool in achieving ulterior motives. Smiling then, more often than not, has become a cloak of pretension, another ‘social mask’ so conveniently wearable in a culture which encourages it so women constantly smile, almost permanently and so misplaced, like a mannequin with plastered smile in a store window display. “We