Date of publication: 2017-08-24 20:50
Through our educational years, my fellow students and I were incessantly forced to read books on racism and inequality. The towers of books grudgingly read by the most dedicated students, but mostly left untouched by the general population, always stirred groans of, Why should we even care, &q.
Last night I was thinking about ink. When rain falls on a handwritten page, the ink spreads out a bit, loses its crispness. It&rsquo s rarely pleasant. But every now and then, hidden colors emerge. Suddenly you discover that simple black ink is green and shades of blue and a fragile pink edge. If so.
&ldquo Look at her. She&rsquo s your baby sister.&rdquo I curiously walk over to the crib on the right of my mommy&rsquo s bed and stare down at this so-called &ldquo sister.&rdquo Suddenly, her mouth twitches as she chews on a strange object.
There was much good and much evil in the Old South and so, too, in the old, sanctimonious Yankee North. The hairs on our heads are beyond counting. Let the dead sleep let their monuments stand.
While looking through my stacks of pictures, I realize how important the memories in my all-school photos are to me. One particular picture, from ninth grade, is especially significant not because I like to look at what my classmates or teachers l.
After being seated at three large white round tables with folding white chairs, the real Clam Bake began. We attacked the buffet tables, buttered our lobsters, and still had room for dessert. While devou.
For the last month of summer I want to spend every day like it is my last day alive. We usually do a lot of fun things like fishing in our pond next door. We also go to our Nana’s house in Mt. Pleasant. This year my parents are going to St. Thomas so my brother and I have to stay there for a week! We might even go to the water park. When we get home we usually do something like watch a movie or play a board game. Since we can’t travel because it’s to close to the end of the summer we just lay back and have fun. That’s how I spend my summer.
The plans for our family are to drive up to Boston, Massachusetts and probably go to a Red Sox game because I LOVE baseball. Then we’ll drive down to UCONN and my mom will show us all the fun things to do, because my mom went to college there. Then we may drive to Rochester, NY and see my grandma.