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  • Solly Jarrett
    1,015 words
    Some stories start out slowly. Some start quickly. Some, unfortunately never start at all. It was the latter that was slowly becoming the bane - or, as he saw it, the description -- of Morgan Dubois' existence. Granted, his story was slow in forming not because of lack of effort or desire on his own part, but fizzled time and time again due to an enormous lack of cooperation from the outside world. The outside world, of course, being girls. Standing a modest six feet, two inches in height and ti...
  • Small Town
    874 words
    Explain Why Cultural Diversity Is Important In A College Education I come from a small town. Hannibal, MO, the boyhood home of Mark Twain, is described its claim to fame as "a sleepy town drowsing". Most surely he has never been more accurate, for this small enchanted river town has never awakened total equality. It is a town full of ignorance, where nobody has ever thought twice of sharing and spreading their sly comments and idiotic judgement's to anyone and everyone who will listen, and most ...
  • Home
    285 words
    Lord Of The Flies was a very pessimistic book because many people died and also that all of the kids humanity is now lost. An example showing why Lord Of The Flies is pessimistic is the fact that World War 3 is happening and all of the kids are stranded from their parents instead of being optimistic and being dropped off at another safer country far away from the war. Instead of letting the kids reach their destinations he has them shot down in what seems to be a wonderful place slowly turning i...
  • Stay Home With Your Kids
    478 words
    It seems as though, some people feel a two-career family is necessary for todays society. Today, the cost-of-living has soared to an enormous height. Ideas of living in a gigantic home with brand-new cars tend to flourish the minds of parents. Meaning, both parents must work, not only for a place to live and an automobile to drive, but also for enough funds to raise a family. Only a few centuries ago, American families lived different life styles. The thought of a mother working, to provide for ...
  • Money With A Stay At Home Parent
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    Sacrifices for Children: Is it necessary that they have a stay at home parent It used to be, that the wife was the designated house maker, and the husband would go work to work the day shift and make all the money. The wife would then take care of the kids and raise them and look after them while the father was away. Since then many things have changed. Women can get jobs easier now and make just as much or more money than men, so the problem arises what to do with the children while the parents...
  • Village Kids
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    It was constantly 98 degrees. It was dirty and hot. There was no running water or electricity. It was infested with huge mosquitoes that left baseball sized bumps. I would not have wanted to be anywhere else that summer. During the summer of 2001 I traveled to Honduras on a mission trip, but my preparation for the mission started during the winter. Every unpleasant, cold Saturday morning, I woke up to my alarm clock buzzing. With my feet heavy like a ton of bricks I would grudgingly drag myself ...
  • Way Of Their Home Schooling At Home
    522 words
    Surely nobody knows what significant changes will there be centuries later, will our grand grandsons or grand granddaughters be those like Margie and Tommy who were schooled at home by those mechanical! yen teachers! | catering for those children's abilities on studying? No one knows. Talking about these two kids, I was impressed by the way of their home schooling at home as their so-called! yen school! | was totally different from ours now. Instead of going to school, they studied at home with ...
  • Biggest Clash Between Briggs And Kay
    2,581 words
    "Our Day Out" is a political play. Willy Russell wants us to think about his characters and the world they inhabit. What is your response to the drama and the way it is told? I like "Our Day Out" because it makes you think. There are numerous different perspectives to see the story from - the children's perspective, Briggs' perspective, even the bus driver's perspective, and each is unique. Willy Russell has created strong and realistic characters who we can believe. The story begins in Liverpoo...
  • Rip's Son
    278 words
    In the story of Rip Van Winkle, a wind story of a bad father / husband is told. The story seems to be a way for the writer to display his anger and resentment towards his spouse. The story is consistently talking about how Rip was dreading going home to see his wife. At the same time it told of his mistreatment of the same wife. By leaving her home alone to raise the children that he brought in to this world and not giving her any support. The story seemed to take an approach of trying to find t...

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