Careless, I got money from my piggy bank and asked my little sister Natalie to come along. I usually go out by myself but I decided to take her to feel more safe. Since my parents were not home yet I had to make this trip quick, so we took the bus. It was around 8 o 'clock when we arrived to the beauty supply. I went inside and got everything that I needed.
The next thing that I did was tried to re enrolled in school. I was dropped that school year for missing too many days. I decided going to school wasn’t nearly as important as getting a few extra hours of sleep. I gave up. Even after pleading with counselors and telling them my situation, the school wouldn’t let me start in the middle of the year.
At that time, China was in war and, for safety, everyone was leaving the city where Adeline was going to boarding school. All the students left the school for safety but Adeline's parents didn't care about her enough to take her out of the city. After months of being the only person at school, another aunt of hers found out where Adeline was and took her out of the city and brought her back to her parents house. Immediately afterwards, Adeline was sent to another boarding school right as the war ended. Adeline stayed there for a few years until she had to go home for Ye Ye's funeral.
Finally we are properly introduced to Bertha Rochester when her brother Mr. Manson interferes in the wedding and announces that Mr. Rochester has a wife, Mr. Rochester doesn’t deny it and takes them to the attic in which bertha is locked up in. Here we encounter a creature that is running around in all fours, hissing and acting like an animal. From her current actions we can tell that she is completely mad, however she is clever since she manages to escape her cage a couple of time throughout Ja... ... middle of paper ... ...for herself since she was young helped her make the right decision. Later on in the book, Jane tells us that although she was pretty distracted by her work and the new people she met, sometimes her mind would wander back to Mr. Rochester, but even though it hurt she could live with her self because she knew she did the right thing. Although Jane’s life was full of the disappointments most of the time, nothing ever stays bad forever; eventually there will be a good experience in her life.
“Because, Dad, remember you had trouble with this when you were putting it together.” Dad pursed his lips and nodded. “Are you sure you have enough diapers? She poops a lot, you know.” Dad assured him they had plenty. On the way to the hospital to bring the Mom and Sally home, Dad asked if Aaron wanted to buy a homecoming gift for Sally. “Nope, I already put her gift in her room; but I bet Mom would like something.” Aaron picked out some bath oil that smelled like watermelon.
When I finally reached her house and told her she was overjoyed. I apologized that we had to cancel our plans and then walked home to meet up with the relatives that came to meet the new addition to the family. All the excitement and anticipation was overcome by anxiousness and suspense as my family and I waited in the dark living room for the call to meet Alice.
I thought of how my parents had divorced a few months early before the school year ended and I started summer school. This is also something that I keep in and never let myself think of, while in school because I know what was going to happen if I talked about it. While in school people will look at me and ask wants wrong or why the change of attack. I would just tell them to leave me alone. When my mom and I finally left the meeting and being told I’m going to repeat the 8th grade, we went home, where I get another speech from my mom and sister about this happen because of the divorce between my mom and dad but how I am very close to my dad and now he’s not in the picture.
In my hurry to get ready, I did not notice that my mom and brother were not up. “Oh no”, I thought. I dashed to my mom’s room and yelled, “Get Up, Get Up!, you need to hurry or I am going to be late for school.” My mom looked at me and said, “Why are you in such a big rush today, when normally I cannot get you to open your eyes at this time?” I yelled, “Hurry or I am going to be tardy and get suspended.” My mom just smiled and pulled the covers over her head. As she did that, I could just hear her say, “Trace it is Saturday.”
"Fourth!" Ruby called out over her shoulder on her way out the door. The days of the week seemed to fly by and before she knew it, Ruby was in her apartment dressing for her sister, Jillian’s wedding. The mysterious man from the diner had almost completely escaped her thoughts. Running late, as usual, she finished fastening the clasp on her bridesmaid gown and hurried outside to catch a cab.
I’m Mrs. Hastings, I’m your kindergarten teacher!” “Now if you want to go sit on that circle carpet over there with your friend...Jacob then I will meet you guys over there.” I was so confused, but I didn’t worry too much like the giant said, I had my best friend on my side. But as I went through the school year Mrs. Hastings was pretty cool. But trying to impress 5 and 6 year olds well lets just say that isn’t the hardest thing to do. Anyone can do it just throw a few holiday parties and then give out tons of candy and bam you get an Oscar for being the best teacher in the world! Trust me Mrs. Hastings threw the b... ... middle of paper ... ...Now that I look back, I am glad Mrs, Hastings taught me these truths.