On May 22, 1998, the skies opened and the angels dropped down a beautiful baby boy named . He was born into a family with two parents and one older sister named Sarah. People would think that the mother should hold her child the most, but that was not the case. She tried, buy his Nana would never give him up. His grandpa would sit there watching baseball as she held him. He loved baseball and played for a Navy college in a Division one league. The day he could watch his grandson play would be one of the best moments of his life. Luckily, this day came five years later when Matt started to play tee-ball. As he progressed through the years his grandfather would tell him how much better he was getting. Matt made his first travel team, and it boosted his confidence. He tried out for the middle school team, and made it. He then made the 8th grade team and eventually the 9th grade team. Now here I am, a sophomore in high school continuing to play all for one dream: to go to a college for division one baseball, just like my grandpa. I want to be a division one baseball player because I love the sport and it is good for scholarships. In order to achieve this, I will have to train like a bull. Every day I will need to get better, because if I’m not, someone else who could take my spot is. Trying to make a division one sport is a race that I started when I was born. Each day I need to improve, and if I run it right, the finish line will be very rewarding. I have played baseball my whole life, and I want to go as far with it as I can.…
My American Dream
The American Dream is a complex idea that has changed over time. Many Americans and immigrants have tried to achieve the American Dream and failed to do so. The American Dream is the idea that if you work hard and get educated you will attain wealth, materials, and a higher status. However, I think there’s more to an American Dream than just wealth and materials mainly.
My American Dream consists of financial stability as all others but aside from that I would like to live a…
This dream happened about a year ago but it’s been in my head ever since because it really left me confused and sort of freaked out. In the dream I woke up in my bed to my teeth falling out. After trying to put them back in I gave up because I was late to school. I got in the car and half way to school I realized I was in my boxers. I told my mom to turn around but she said she was late too for work. I got to school but school was at the plaza mall. I go in and noticed I forgot my phone. I rush…
My name is Zeinab Nasreldin. I currently reside in Brooklyn, New York with my parents
and four siblings. I lived in the United States with my family until I was eight years old. In
2002, we moved back home to Egypt. In the winter of 2010, my family decided to return to the
United States with the hope of a better future for me and my siblings. My dream is to become an
educator and make a difference in generations to come.
Both my parents did not receive college educations. Being the eldest of my siblings…
in My Dreams
I was lost, lost in a strange world with no remembrance of how I got there. I was lying on my back taking everything in; blinking at 100 beats/minute, hoping my eyes were only fooling me, hoping this strange new world would just disappear. When I realized this newfound world wasn’t going away, I started to listen. After convincing myself it was normal for any place to be completely silent, I began to rise from the wet auburn soil, while trying to brush all the debris from my clothes…
It was then, that I started to doubt if it was the right thing to do. I was getting everything I dreamed of from the perfect guy and the perfect house and eventually a perfect family. But I had this feeling that this might all be a dream. Something just isn’t right, but then I thought to myself “come on Anna, pull it together. You’re just getting cold feet. You’ve been waiting for this day all your life.” All I had to do was go through those doors, walk down that isle and say … I DO.…
Professor Matt Tortora
September 29, 2010
Dreams from My Father
There are many barriers one must overcome, and to accomplish this, one must find their distinctiveness and take a key role in the community. Throughout the novel, Dreams from my Father by our current president Barrack Obama, Barrack demonstrates the true meaning of being an individual. He is highly active in his community, despite the fact that he is part of the black community. The economic, social, and…
PA Scenario One
I’m faced with a challenge of working with Sarah to help her achieve her dreams of reaching the LPGA tour. My plan of attack is to assist her with better skills and get her more overall driving experience. I’m going to express to her that it will be a long ride. She should not expect a trophy immediately, but to focus on one aspect of her training at a time. With developing new skills and my help she will eventually meet her goals, and golf will become more enjoyable.
Gu Xia, Song dynasty poet once said: my heart to your heart, beginning know to recall deep.Yeah, because you live in life, and colorful.We laugh, sadness, come together, and had been separated.I want to use my five years of life in Exchange for your forgiveness, right?
I was a transfer student, the lack of money and had no power, except one family gave me the firm depended on you, my good friend.When I came here, because I am a farm, without knowledge, and an array of County dazzled me, inevitably…
All of my rooms will have walls made of African Black wood. The floors will be almost
as soft as clouds because they will be laced with wool from Merino sheep of the Castille
region of Spain. Each room has 48” by 48” windows that has a good view of Palm beach .
One of my rooms will be dedicated to my favorite literature. The shelves will be in the
middle of the room and filled with novels of subgenres of fiction such youngadult fantasy,
magic, sciencefiction, and supernatural thriller, hence the shelves being made of Purple…
by question marks as she opened the floor for
Melissa Bloom Bissonette
questions. There were none. Her auditors had heard nothing that seemed
incomplete or questionable, nothing they were not willing to swallow whole.
I was not as willing.
My more immediate concern was the simplistic, either-or, straw-man
terms in which she posed her initial question. Was anyone questioning
whether God had or was losing rights? Did readers of the novel and adults
engaged in today’s ethical issues need…