Anyone else would think that waking up at eight in the morning on a weekend was crazy, but I call it seizing the day. As soon as I open the white hazardous front door that always seems to stick, the crisp morning air gives me a surprising wake-up call. I walk across the freshly cut grass with morning dew still sticking on it to the pasture to retrieve my best friend, My constant, My horse. I see him standing on the other side of the vast field in the grass the reaches over your knees. His white coat glistening in the sun while his long white maine and tail dance in the wind. I call his name and he responds with a jerk of his head as his eyes meet mine. As I whistle for him, He whines back to be and comes speeding towards me from across the field; The rhythmic pounding of his hooves thunder against the soft ground. As he approaches me we share simple signals between each other, Our own secret language. "Do you want to go for a ride?" I asked him. He had always responded with a huff of warm air through his nose against my hand retrieving his treat for the day. As I slip his halter over his head to lead him back to his paddock to tack him up, I catch sight of my slender grandmother in my peripherals working in her bountyful garden. "Whatcha you doin' with him?" asked my grandmother. "Im gonna go jump him Grandma I'm gonna try three foot today" I responded with the biggest and most optimistic grin sweeping across my face. My grandmother gave me a hopeful, "go-get-em" grin. Her opinion means everything to me. I then looked at Charlie and gave him the look of reassurance for I could see in his eyes a slight hesitation. I proceeded to walk him down to his paddock, Tying him to the fence post so he would not budge and putting his tack on him piece by piece. His bridle smelled delightful, only in a way an equestrian can understand. It was perfectly oiled with Murphy's, It being so smooth so that it would glide against his coat easily. As I sense the muscles in the body relax I go to put the bit into his mouth and he is compliant to receive it. The new saddle I bought him fits exceptionally against his sloping back. Next is the cinching of the saddle, You can hear the girth click with each hole it passes to get to the correct one. Afterwards I mount his strong back as he is the perfect height. I ride him around the riding ring, making him do a lot of flat work; Getting him to pick up his head and tuck it in towards his chest for that amazing A+ dressage formation. Next I practice his speed with him, Trying to get him to flow perfectly into every transition, Making it look flawless. He has so much footing control that at times you can hear his hooves pound into the ground then miraculously change into a soft swishing noise. When I finally think he's stretched enough and is ready to fly, I set up the jumps. At first I set the jumps for two foot six inches; He soars over it without any doubts. Then I progress and turn the jump into two foot nine inches; But yet again he flies over it without a question. Suddenly I stop and wonder if he would be able to jump three feet high I have jumped him over it without me on him, But having somebody who weighs 130 pounds on your back makes a big difference when trying to cover that height.…
Question 2: Which are you most pessimistic about? Why?
Answer: Speaking about the products I’m most pessimistic about I’d mention PB Slices first; I hardly believe in a commercial success of a collapsible biking wheel, too. But in both cases I see the ways for improvement. I will explain my point in succession and start from PB Slices.
Basically, there are many good examples of market success of the ideas built up on people’s total laziness assumption: remote control, fast-food, automatic…
Grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization.
3.) Define the term Cliché
A phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought
B) Write one sentence that contains a cliché.
My wedding day is the best day of my life.
4.) Name and explain two types of prewriting:
Brainstorming, make a list of every idea that comes to your mind. You don’t exclude anything at all, it doesn’t matter if they are in order or not.
Researching, when prewriting researching is…
that promotes good nutrition and overall health.
Obesity can begin at a very young age. Children may be screened by the age of 2(helpguide.org). Many children in our society are overweight, setting themselves up for serious health problems later in life. Diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure, and heart disease are some of the risks. Overweight children also feel less happy, more anxious, and face the possibility of harassment and discrimination.
Credit may be given to genetic evolution or hereditary…
damage to people's thinking, and to actions to carry out that thinking". That fairness is a restriction for people and a massive advantage for politicians. Sowell expresses that to believe that theirs fairness in "odds for achieving success", that our life is nowhere near of being fair. Not only did he give examples of things we think are fair which aren't, he also implied that we all have a different meaning of fairness, I never thought of it that way but we do.
I agree with Sowell's article because…
and waxes. Proteins are made up of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen. The body's primary building block for muscle, bone, skin, hair, and many other tissues is protein. Over 10,000 different proteins are found and needed in the body for maintaining life. Proteins play many important roles in the body including the structure of enzymes. Protein consists of building blocks called amino acids, which are linked together in different patterns to form specific proteins with different characteristics. I…
SIMPLY LIFE (Restaurant Review)
Address: L2, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Telephone Number: (852) 2265-7418
Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 11:00am-23:00pm
Payment: Cash only
The chic European style of the décor of Simply Life brings exceptional sophistication and relaxation to the restaurants interior. The tranquil environment coupled with comfortable furniture creates a romantic dining experience in Europe. And because some parts of…
Nora Romo Vazquez
September 23, 2014
Pucker up for Vodka
In the ad from People Magazine, Pucker Apple flavored vodka focuses on conveying the beauty of young women tips for the habitual daily life and an awareness of widely accepted diversity. However sometimes People magazine contradicts the message in this ad, or at least the way that the ad attracts women to the product. The magazine emphasizes makeup products and the perfected appearance of women rather than alcohol…
The Pipers Son warns us of the dangerous power of unrestrained grief. Discuss.
The Mackee’s life changed forever after the death of youngest son, Joe, in the 2005 London underground bombing. Their world was suddenly segregated into ‘before London’ and ‘after London’ and the fracture of past and present as the book observes the ripple effect that unrestrained grief has on families and relationships. The book is set in 2007 and the Mackees are still reeling after Joe’s death; but as the tragedy that…
My Serving of Life
you have to prepare it
use all the right ingredients
cook it at the perfect temp
fill it with love
but it will always come to an end
Although something as simple as a can of soup and something so complex as life would never be put in a similar catagory, they both show how love, caution, precision, and enjoyment can turn into a masterpiece. As you sit there and imagine how in the world could soup every relate to a persons life, you need to picture…
baked salmon), full-fat or organic dairy products (yogurt and milk), orange,
green, or yellow vegetables & fruits (orange slices, broccoli, carrot sticks)
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine):
● Helps produce serotonin and norepinephrine (both are chemicals that transmit signals to the brain)
● Helps form protein layers
Food Sources: milk, (chocolate milk), cheese (cubes and slices)
(Mayo Clinic, 2013)
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid):
● water-soluble vitamin needed for growth and development, especially…