Kraden’s paws scraped the crystals that had fallen from the sky two moons ago. Flinging them into his paw prints that had been implanted, in the snow just moments before; he dashed after an ill and aging elk, with a front leg that the creature wasn’t using to attempt to run.
After Jeff, who lives in Anchorage, Alaska, blew out the candles he was wondering where Steve, his brother, was. Jeff’s mother said, “ I’ll go check what he is doing down in the basement.” When she got to the basement she saw a shoe. She thought that Steve was going to give Jeff a new pair of shoes then she said, “Why is there only one shoe and why is it worn-‐out?” After she said that she rushed up the stairs and told Jeff that, “Steve is not in the basement and I only saw a worn-‐out shoe. I thought that was your present but it was probably not.”
My mom and dad along with my sister went through a lot to get here. My dad left first, from Mexico, with some of his cousins. I’m not sure what he went through exactly, he doesn’t really talk about it, but I know it was really hard. When he did get to the U.S he ended up living in a small town in North Carolina. The town was called Siler City. Most of his family members that had come to the U.S lived there. Then when others came to the U.S and were looking for a home, that’s where they went. In fact, if you go there you’ll find a lot of Hispanic people with the last name Blanco or Gonzalez.
Flash was a young middle school student. He was an adopted child after his true parents perished in a terrible driving catastrophe when he was just four years old. To make his parents spirits proud he always did what he was told and did the best he could be in every opportunity that emerged. However he was often bullied due to his background. Specifically by two students: Klyde and Trevor. The two brothers decided that it was their life’s work to ruin Flash’s life.
It had seemed, at first, just like any other ordinary week day for Howard – he woke up, ate breakfast, went to work, came home, and watched whatever was on his favorite sports channel on the television, the sound muted like usual, after cooking a microwavable dinner that you can buy at most stores. He followed the same unspoken schedule as he always did, occasionally adjusting it for rare but imperative variations when needed; and that rainy Tuesday had seemed quite average, no discrepancies that day, until he heard the noise outside. It was a wonder he could hear it, what with the cacophony of sound outside; it was mostly compromised of the rain pounding on the roof, and the windows, and a strong wind blasting through the trees surrounding his house and causing their many branches to flail about wildly. But he heard it. It made him freeze for exactly thirty seconds and a half, so abnormal was the noise; but then he rose, and went to the nearest window. And with one hand holding down a section of the blinds to make an opening, he peered out.
It’s a hot, windy June morning, and the sun beats down on me as I watch her outside the small brown restaurant. She is staring out at the busy street, wearing a black dress, black overcoat, and black hat, her eyes both dreary and alight with fury. As much as I hate doing this to Stevie, I have to ask her. So I approach her, my long, highlighted brown hair blowing in the wind. I know she can tell I’m there, but she doesn’t look at me, leaving her delicate blonde hair to blow around my face.
Today I just got off a train to Magic Kingdom. I am with my mom, dad, aunt, and cousin. I’m hoping I’ll have the time of my life.
The first thing we’re going to do is ride a ride called Stitch. As we walk up to it I have no idea what it was, so now we’re just standing in line. Finally, we enter the ride but it’s not a ride, it was a mission. We have to help the team catch a level three monster that of course was Stitch. Suddenly we enter a room and sit in this nonmoving chair with a heavy harness that goes over our heads. The harness is very tight. Then out of nowhere Stitch pops up in the center of the room squirting water. It felt as if Stitch was hitting us but it was special effects. Anyway, it’s freaky until the team caught him and the mission was over. Then my mom says that we had to go towards the Cinderella castle on the street to see the parade. So we’re headed that way.
Long ago, in the lush mountainous jungles of South Africa, lived a great hunter named Kia Zee. Kai Zee had furs and hides of all the animals. He loved to show them off to the village’s people. When Kai comes in the villagers sight, their first thought is “Oh no! Kai is coming! Kai is coming!” and rush into the nearest hut . If they upset Kai, they would become his new prey.
One day Kyle and his dad were at the museum, then all of a sudden, KABOOM! Someone has bombed the museum. Also someone has stolen the Rosetta Stone. This ancient stone is about 400 million dollars. It was handed down from generation to generation. It was so important to Kyle because his mother had died from sickness and she loved the stone so much .His mother was an archaeologist and had found the stone. It cost so much because it was the most valuable stone in the world.
Late at night, in the icy cold mountains of the Himalayas, a fierce beast is stalking a small farm. Rustling can be heard in the thick brush of the woods just around the edge of the farm. Low, quiet moans can be heard from the trees, but it is only heard by the animals in the woods. Deer, birds, wolves, even the bears are taking shelter from this beast. The deer pokes his head out from behind his tree. WHACK! Just like that, the deer is gone.