Hi, my name is Kelsey Newton and I am a freshmen this year. I am majoring in Visual Communication Design but am considering switching to game design in the next year where I may end up switching to The University of Cincinnati. I am the second oldest in my family with three brothers. I enjoy digital design, photography, playing video games, and enjoying good movies with friends. I live in Powell which means a 40 minute drive to campus every day.
After his final day of work, Mother drove on ahead with a car full of begonias and violets, while Father stayed behind to oversee the packing. When the van was loaded, the sweaty movers broke open a six-pack and offered him a beer. "Let's drink to retirement!" they crowed. "Let's drink to freedom! to fishing! hunting! loafing! Let's drink to a guy who's going home!" (Sanders 201) This essay was very emotional, for the writer to come out and talk about something like this is very powerful. Sanders uses a lot of sensory detail and figurative language in his writing and because of this it keeps the reader interested and I believe it made the story more powerful and made me want to continue to read.