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A Tribute Dedicated to Firemen On a cool afternoon I rang the doorbell to a firehouse located in Phoenix, Arizona. I had feelings of anxiousness and was waiting very impatiently at the door. My preconceptions were that I would speak with a very buff male (probably someone who looked as if they were in the WWF), that I would meet nothing but arrogant cocky guys who wanted to be a bunch of heroes, and that I would see them flying down poles and cute white Dalmatians chasing after their...
The First Day of School can be Tough The class squirmed together to get onto the bench. Feeling keen to start sport Miss Murphy was having difficulties explaining the rules and safety issues to the children. The idea was chosen to sit on the bench and watch the more experience children from the other team. The pre-primers watched for a little while in anticipation , too keen to start they decided to run out onto the court and join in. Miss Murphy with low communication skills was not able to...
The American Identity Since the time of the American Revolution, a frequently asked question is "What is this man, this American?" One can compare an American of the 21st century to a strong river formed by the two streams: the original colonials who settled the new continent and the immigrants who came in trickles and torrents, bringing their culture with them. Religious freedom was the reason for becoming American for early settlers. Puritans settled New England to establish God's 'city on...
The Seashell in My Hand Certain events in my 3 decades and a year of living have caused me to look back into the waves of life for subtle reflection…and in looking back, I would tend to agree with the statement that I’ve swam through more than the norm of “storms” in my life. Yes, I’ve seen storms…violent ones at that. I’m talking Mark Walhberg drifting alone in the “Perfect Storm” type of storms. Storms that would rip the psyche out of your...
A Valuable Relationship Over the past year or so I have begun to analyze certain things that pertain to my life from a more realistic perspective. One thing in particular has noticeably affected me. My fourteen-year-old cat Alex, about 81 years of age in human terms hasn’t that much time left on this planet. My first real friendship and also the longest friendship I’ve ever had will come to a close eventually. He is my pet, but I cherish him like a brother and even a son. I feel as...
Descriptive Essay: Japanese Restaraunt I was driving down the road back from college and I was feeling very hungry. I couldn’t even think properly, all I wanted to do was to gobble down Japanese food. I could almost taste the Cung Pow chicken and the smell the steaming rice while I was driving my car. As I parked in the parking lot and got out of my car I could clearly see the restaurant. There was a big sign outside slightly tilting to the left as it hung over the entrance and...
Tyler Ross 3/ 14/ 05 English Devotional I’m sure the majority of you have heard, or even sung the lyrics, “O lord, you’re beautiful. You face is all I seek.” We first must look within ourselves when singing these words, and not simply take for granted the incredible beauty of our Lord. Often times we underestimate the beauty of God, and, although unavoidable, we attempt to describe him in terms of our finite ideas and perceptions of this very world. Though describing...
The Taj Mahal is situated in Uttar Pradesh state of India. It is located in Agra city around 210 kms away from New Delhi, the capital of India. Taj Mahal is well known as the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements from Persian, Islamic and Indian architectural styles. It has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983 and is one of the 7 wonders of the world! It is made of pure white marble. The marble shimmers in silvery white color in the moonlight...
Brenda was busy baking a batch of blueberry muffins in the kitchen of Butler's Bakery when the bell rang. "Be with you in a bit," Brenda called, brushing her blond braid over her shoulder. Brenda put the blueberry muffins into the oven and bustled into the store. A big brown bear stood with his paws on the counter. "Grumph," said the big brown bear. "Aaaaa!" said Brenda Butler. Brenda ran out through the back door to get Bill Boyle, the policeman. "Bill, there is a big brown bear in the...
There aren’t many events in my life which has changed me and made me who I am. But at the back of my head somewhere in my busy memory have I managed to collect some events that possibly made me whom I am, This is me…… I would firstly like to talk about my holiday in Australia a few years ago. I believe that this specific holiday has changed my views and opinions about all different people and the way that I deal with the South African way of doing things. In the year 1998 my parents and...