Homework is completed once your stomach is completed

Sherman - cypress, Texas
Entered on November 10, 2008
Age Group: Under 18

Homework is completed once your stomach is completed

Have you ever been so hungry that it prevented you from completing your homework!?!?! Well, I have. It was during spring of my sophomore year, it was an alluring and luminous day and I have just come back from an exhausting afternoon of track practice. After opening the Brazilian Cherry door, I dashed like Seabiscuit around the corner, up the stairs, and to my room. Determined to finish my homework while the sunrays were still glistening through the divine azure skies, I heaved my agenda and all of the essentials I needed for a grueling day ahead of me. I collapsed as I read down the list of activities I had left for the evening. For pre-calculus, I had 100 problems of sin, cosine and tangent functions. I had to finish analyzing To Kill a Mockingbird quotes and study for a vocabulary test the next morning. Just as I thought my day could not get any worse I started to feel the vast fatigue loom over my weary body. I could feel my hunger pains wheedling me into the kitchen where awaited me the succulent ingredients I needed to ameliorate my stomach. As I exposed my eyes to the fine delicacies that were stored in the refrigerator I took out 2 slices of Nature’s Own Whole Wheat Honey Bread and preheated in my toaster for a minute. Next, I took out 2 slices of freshly imported Swiss cheese, 3 of the mouthwatering slices of turkey breast I could encounter. There was something missing though, “ah-hah!!” I shrilled. “What would a sandwich be without lettuce or tomatoes?” to add some zest to my remedy I selected the condiments that would compliment my fine work of art, Honey Mustard, Ketchup, and Mayonnaise. There stood right in front of me, was the solution my entire problem. The sandwich was my Mona Lisa and I was its da Vinci.

I believe after devouring my scrumptious snack that you work better on a full stomach than an empty one. I was able to make up for lost time, and finish all of my homework.