Invisible Things I Carry The invisible things I carry are both good and bad. I carry with me joy and regret, pain and hope, and above all responsibility. At times I can forget why I’m joyful or sad but my responsibilities never go away. My life is filled with regret. Regret about saying something to someone that was mean or unkind and not being able to take it back or be forgiven. Mostly I’ve regret for the things I didn’t say and didn’t do, whether it was sticking up for someone or saying something meaningful in an argument that would have changed its course. I regret letting people and opportunities slip through my fingers, because without them I am so much less of a person myself. Joy is something experienced by all yet everyone’s reasons for being joyful are different. The reasons I have joy are because of my friends, family, and lifestyle I currently have. My friends and family love me and without them I would have nothing to fuel my fire. They make me laugh and enjoy living my life. I get to go to school and learn. I have a job where I make money. I have food and a roof over my head. I’m healthy and provided for. I couldn’t ask for anything more. I carry pain with me from past incidents. I carry the pain of death and disease from my friends, family members and the world around me. I have the pain of past relationships with ex-friends and ex-boyfriends; the heartbreak of ego and self-confidence bashing arguments, the hurt of lies and cheating. I will carry that with me throughout my whole life and hopefully learn from it. I have the responsibility of my job, showing up on time and doing what is asked of me in a timely manner. I have…
course of my life I have held on to personal memories as well as objects that hold emotional value. The Things I Carry are more than one can guess by just looking at me. At times in life, in all our lives, it seems that we carry things we would never imagine would weigh so much on us. I carry more than just my school supplies when I walk into the school every morning. I carry many thoughts about my past, present, and my future. I carry my conscience every second of the day. I carry 17 years of memories…
Should schools give concealed-carry permits to manage how many people have side arms on campus?” this has been debating over this subject for a long time now. Concealed carry, or CCW (carrying a concealed weapon), refers to the practice of carrying a handgun or other weapon in public in a concealed manner, either on one's person or in proximity. It is required to have a permit which has been approve by the state. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and not have…
Alabama allows concealed carry permits (CCP); specifically it is a shall-issue state. Shall-issue is a jurisdiction that requires a license to carry a concealed handgun, but where the applicant only has to meet determinate criteria that have been laid out in the law. Therefore, the granting authority has no discretion in awarding the license, and there is no requirement of the applicant to demonstrate good cause. Alabama should abolish shall-issue concealed carry permits. There are three main…
No Brain Too Small CHEMISTRY
Chemistry 91161 Carry out quantitative analysis
Titration calculations – made simple
Average three (or more) titration values (mL) that are within 0.20 mL of each other. You need three
Divide average titre by 1000 to turn it to L.
Multiply volume of this “stuff” by the concentration of this “stuff” to find the amount of this “stuff”,
in mol. Or in other words n = c V
Use the mol ratio to find the amount in mol, n, of the other…
| Why I Picked mount Fuji By: Katelyn Erickson |
Mount Fuji also called Fujiyama is the most poplar and unique number one landmark of Japan.
It is located on the Southern Honshu Island and is the highest mountain in
Japan, rising to 12,388 feet near the Pacific coast in Yamanashi and Shizuoka ken, it is
One Hundred miles west of Tokyo, with the apex is broken by a cone-shaped crater 600meters in
Mount Fuji is relatively a young volcano and has attained its
present shape about 5000…
At first, watching
10 Things I Hate About You
seems more entertaining than Shakespeare’s
Taming of the Shrew
because it is more modernized. The love, relationships, and expectations of
behavior is more understandable. However, Shakespeare would not approve this modern
interpretation of his play. Shakespeare’s main point in his play is to show how Katherine has
been tamed through Petruchio’s foolish actions, not romance.
10 Things I Hate About You
more of an entertainment for romantic comedy…
The experiment ‘Hold and Carry’ demonstrates that plants, especially celery, have their own passage structure that conveys food and water from their roots to their shoots. If this is right, the food colouring should travel from the root of the celery to the top. For this experiment you will need a clear glass or container to place the food colouring in. You will also need a cutting board and a warm sunny position to put the jar in.
Place about 3 tablespoons into the jar or container. After this…
22 August 2013
The Things I carry
In my early childhood, everything was great. I am the only child so I got everything I asked for and so much attention. I t was just me and my mom; it has always been just me and mom against the world. Then as I start getting older, around 11 or 12, things started to change. My mom started to get tired and weak. We just thought it was a simple cold, so we left it alone. Then her sickness started to become worse each…
their schedules to about four hours a week or simply went off air” (Abramson). The invention had clearly set a role in history. For families now knew what was going on with the war in their own homes. This might have been look at like a good thing or a bad thing. Families might not want to see what goes on in war and with their other family member. The invention of the television had made way for so many revolutionary ideas.
In the past fifty years or so, since television has become a common household…