Hi there! Welcome to the world, Ally's diary! You must be wondering what's happened. Like a little baby, you're opening your eyes for the first time! Well, let me explain. I have decided to keep a diary, and that's you, Ally's Dream Diary! Why? Well, like your name says, you're my dream diary. I decided to create you and write entries to record how I chase my dream! You're gonna see how I make my dream a reality!
They call me "The Great Uncatchable Mewtwo." Everywhere I go, Pokemon Trainers try to catch me, and they fail. It's not because I'm fast - it's because I'm so powerful. People pelt me with Poke Balls, Great Balls, and Ultra Balls, and they all bounce off my cold, smooth, muscular skin. I'm practically immune to Incense and Lures. There aren't enough Razz Berries in the world to slow me down.
Zzzzzzz...I love sleeping! What else would you expect from a Snorlax? There's nothing better than finding a nice, soft grassy spot in a beautiful green field and just napping the hours away. I'm starting to yawn just thinking about it.
Today is the best day of my life. I didn't think so at first, though. It started pretty bad. I had been flying, minding my own business, when a strong wind pulled me crashing through the trees. My wings were beat up. I knew I wouldn't be able to fly for a while. There wasn't much food around, either. After a while, I saw him. Actually, I heard him first. He was running loudly through the forest and he was dressed like a Pokemon trainer.
The wind rushed through my feathers as I leapt from the nest for the first time. Beneath me was the target: the Weedle. I extended my wings to slow my fall, trapping the Weedle beneath my talons as I landed, leaves scattering in all directions. The Weedle twisted to face me and aimed a poison sting at my right shoulder. I felt the shot narrowly miss the top of my wing; the shock made me jump backwards and the Weedle took his opportunity to flee, leaving a 2D grey cloud in its wake.
Hello world! Hello diary! This is Cha-Cha Chansey. After so much procrastination, I have finally decided to make a diary about myself and my doings here at Normaltown. Why? Well, I'm just being true to my nature as a Chansey. What do I mean? Let me explain myself, and give a little background info about Chansey, a wonderful Pokemon!
So what is the beginning? Well, to start off, my name is Gengar. I'm sure everyone knows me as the purple ghost with red eyes that is perpetually smiling and you'd probably even find me a little scary. My real name is Gen "The 150,000" Gar. Truthfully, this probably isn't even accurate anymore. I call myself that because there are so many Gengars in the world....
The fresh, fruity smell of ripe peaches and nectarines is an excellent way to be awoken from a calm, relaxing sleep. Unfortunately, the fresh, fruity smell of ripe peaches and nectarines is not what woke me up today. Instead, I was rudely awakened by the hard, bristly end of a broom swatting me right between my big blue-green eyes. As a Jigglypuff, I am not used to being treated like this. I'm used to waking up next to my big Jigglypuff family, in a large empty field with the breeze blowing. So where was I waking up today?
I am the greatest. I am perfect. I am a star! I am Jynx! Many, many years ago, before many of you were born, I was the most famous Jynx in the world. I haven't worked in a few years, and the fans are no longer banging down my door like they used to... But the time for a comeback is now! I have decided to start keeping a diary. I will write the story of my second rise to fame.
Steve wakes up, hearing his befriended wolf named Ryan barking outside. "Oh, shut up, Ryan!" Steve yells, but Ryan keeps on barking. Steve takes a deep breath and walks outside. He can't believe his eyes when he sees a zombie trying to attack Ryan at the fence. Steve quickly grabs a diamond sword and starts running toward Ryan and the zombie. The zombie is just about to grab a bite when Steve swings his sword in front of him, slaying the zombie instantly.
The tall grass rustled ahead and I ducked down immediately. It was there, beyond that small group of trees. And it was coming this way. I moved slow, hoping to avoid alerting the beast. My left hand curled around my thin, curved wooden bow, while the other reached behind and loaded an arrow. I pulled the string back and waited. The small brush rustled again and I felt my nerves tighten. Sweat dripped down the side of my head and I had to resist the urge to wipe it away.
Marriage is indeed a beautiful institution. Despite many people losing faith in the success of this bond, marriage is an inevitable stage of life for almost everyone out there. Somehow or other you decide to settle down and spend your life with your soul mate regardless of the fears associated with this particular relationship. The idea itself is quite intimidating. There are those who are afraid of the monotony and mundane life that might come with this relationship, and then there are people who fancy the notion of rejoicing in their love for one another.
When your child is diagnosed with autism, the range of their symptoms are known as the Autism Spectrum. Where your child falls on this spectrum will influence how you approach discipline, therapy, and daily activities. Some children will only experience minor social difficulties, while others may be severely disabled by their symptoms or their anxiety. Knowing where your child falls on this spectrum is the first step to helping your family and your child understand and cope with the disorder.
We all felt sad in particular times in our lives. We lost our jobs. We lost people we loved. Or something else tragic happened. It is very normal to feel sad or depressed when life struggles appear; it is the natural reaction from our brains to these circumstances. It shows that your brain is healthy, and it is functioning fine. But what if the feelings don't go away while the tragic circumstances go away or were a long time ago? This might be depression.
Adventurer's Log, Day 1: unknown time - perhaps morning. I, Sir Benjamin Shortsword, arrived in the new world today, with the blessings of my people ringing in my ears and outfitted solely with this pencil and diary. Stevespeed to me on this dark and dangerous quest, filled with unknown monsters and devilish evils. May I endure with the perseverance of our founding father, Steve, and fight till victory is won, or until I meet my bitter end in death. I shall fight on, never failing to - oh, look, a sheep.
Raising children isn't an easy job. It requires sacrifice, toughness, a whole lot of love, tenderness, affection, and attention (though this is the easy part), all so that these little bundles of joy will grow up to be people you'll be proud to call family. Luckily this is not that difficult to do. All it takes is a little effort and a push in the right direction. It is the position of this book and its author that what is referred to here as emotional intelligence is a complex interaction between inborn skills, instruction, and experience.
Imagine you have six-month-old twins. One of them falls asleep without an issue, but the other one requires being swaddled and much more rocking to fall asleep. You're following the same routine and strategy, so then what on earth is wrong with your little angel who keeps you awake all through the night? That's where you will find this book to be extremely helpful - it will walk you through the complications involved in a child's nap and tells you what you as a parent should expect.
It's been four days since Steve Jones received a mysterious letter urging him to travel to a village east of the Desert of No Name, and today he'll finally be arriving. "What an awful name," Jones first thought on reading the letter. "Why name a place no name? It gives me a headache just thinking about it." That thought diminished as he read on, "Treasure hidden among the sands huh? Sounds like a job for..." he paused dramatically, "Steve Jones!"
Greet the birth of a new life in the process. You have a lot of physical discomfort? While discomfort is a normal physiological phenomenon of pregnancy, it can also make parts of the day miserable for the pregnant mother. In order to effectively reduce painful symptoms, this audiobook discusses various problems mothers might encounter during pregnancy. It includes 53 kinds of physical and mental conditions, from head to toe, and their analyses, including pubic pain, heartburn, back pain, bloating, etc.
I'm not sure what prompted you to listen to this, or if anyone ever will hear this, but it's important. In case we don't get out, someone should know what happened. If you've found this where I think you did, in the Village archives, then leave it there. Memorize what you need and run. You're not safe here; trust me, I know. This book can lead you to help; get help and get out. Maybe you can finish what we started.