I are still with you. My parents told me it would take six months to get there. Students write a narrative using dialogue to tell about a time they disagreed with a friend. Our future in Oregon was waiting. Students write an expository essay based upon research they do using a variety of sources. I sat on the front steps of the post office in Independence, Missouri, watching all of the craziness around. "But there are so many opportunities in Oregon! E ssential Questions : Has an event from your life made a lasting impression on you? And home is wherever your family." "You're right, Mom I said, brushing away my tears.
President Polk told all the people that we should move West. I would miss my friends and the home that I grew. Everything would be alright, as long as I was with my family. It was filled all the way up to the top with our supplies: food, barrels, medicine, guns, blankets. Instead, I said, "What are we here for?" "This my mom said, stopping and smiling. We can even make a huge farm to have all we need to survive.