My Morning

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Submitted By oscarislas
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Oscar Islas
Professor Preasmyer
Persuasive Writing
26 January, 2013
My Morning (Ex 14.11) I have a really hard time waking up in the morning, so I put on three alarms to wake me up. I put one on at 7:30am just too kind of get me shaken-up and be aware that it’s time to be up. Then I put another one at 7:40am to remind me to wake up again, if this alarm goes on it usually because I am still in bed. The third alarm I put on goes off at 7:45am. Now, if this alarm goes on I literally jump out of my bed and race my way to class, but I usually never wait that that long. The time I am usually up is 7:40am. When I get up I just lay there for a couple minutes and gather my thoughts. I like to run things through my head that I need to get done in the day. After I am done processing my thoughts and know what I have to get done today I reach over to my desk and grab my phone. I check all my social media before I get up from my bed. I check my Facebook notifications, and reply to anything friends comment on my status updates. After my Facebook quick check, I scroll through my Twitter and see what the popular trends are for the day. Usually it tells me the breaking news or anything that is happening in the world. Then I check my Instagram feed, instagram is a social media where friends you follow post pictures and edit them with awesome photo effects. Lastly, I check my emails. I usually hope and pray one of my professors cancel class but that never happens.

When I am done checking all of my emails and social media, I figure out in my head what I am going to wear for the day. I take into consideration if it’s cold, hot, warm, rainy or humid and I finally get off from my bed. I open up my drawer and get out the jeans I’m going to wear. I walk over to my other drawer and pick out a shirt I wanted to wear. I walk over to my toiletries bag and take it to the restroom.…...

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