Swimming Papers

  • Serenity And Tranquility

    1005 words, 5 pages

    The crashing of the waves, the sweet and salty taste and smell of the water, the warm sand between your toes, the cool winds blowing your hair as you walk along the water. All of these things describe my place of peace. This place I am describing is the beach. To me, the beach is the most relaxing and rejuvenating place in the world. The beach is my sacred place because unlike life and reality, it stays the same and you always know what to expect when you arrive there. Every year, for a week my family and I travel to a vacation spot always located directly on the beach. Usually, we go to Fl

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    Defined Narrative

    1009 words, 5 pages

    When asked to describe myself I never know what to say, but I should know myself the best, right? I like to look at myself as an interesting, traveling, sports loving person. Even though sports is one of my favorite activities that I do, traveling is probably in my top 3 list of favorite things to do. My favorite place to travel is Ukraine because that’s where I’m originally from. Here’s the story of why travelling describes me well. When I was eleven years old, I went on a summer vacation with my family to Yalta, Ukraine. Yalta is very famous for a historical event

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    The Dangers Of Water Recreation

    1251 words, 6 pages

    Isabella Knazek REC 370 Professor Vanderveer Of all the water-related activities one can do, the risks of drowning or hurting oneself have been much greater than a decade ago. Water-based recreational activities have always been perceived as having a positive influence to one’s health and general well being. In today’s society, people are increasingly taking up recreational activities in and around various bodies of water. Water can be the purest of substances, as well as a very harmful and deadly body of liquid if neglected. In addition to the huge risks of drownin

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    Through The Tunnel Doris May Lessing

    1523 words, 7 pages

    The author of the story “Through the Tunnel” Doris May Lessing (22 October 1919 – 17 November 2013) was a British novelist, poet, playwright, and short story writer. Her novels include The Grass is Singing, Children of Violence, The Golden Notebook, The Good Terrorist. Lessing was awarded the 2007 Nobel Prize in Literature. Lessing was born in Persia (now Iran). Her father, Captain, who had lost a leg during his service in World War I, met his future wife, a nurse, at the Hospital where he was recovering from amputation. Lessing left school at age 14, and was self-educa

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