I remember the day I met her, it was the first day of high school and I was very nervous because I did not know anybody from there. It was in the morning so the sky was dark like it was still nighttime, it was raining and there was too much traffic on the street.Adding that it felt an incredible heat between the crowd of people that was there because of the humid weather. I was looking for my classroom and I remember the school hallways were so narrow that it was very difficult for me to pass between people, the floor was so slippery that it seemed like I was trying to walk on a skating rink.I know her since I entered high school and since that day we have become the most inseparable friends in the world.I have much affection to her because we have lived many things together, through thick and thin, she always has been there for me when I needed her.I felt better because I had someone to be with as I came to know the other girls and make friends.I never thought that she would be the one to become my best friend.
Description is used in many different types of nonfiction, including essays, biographies, memoirs, nature writing, profiles, sports writing, and travel writing.Let’s be realistic—most of us enter zip code and age parameters, and then narrow the criteria with a custom search for a word of interest, such as 'brewpub', 'warriordash', or 'camping' Then, as soon as humanely possible we get to the photos.If the photos don’t cut it, we generally don’t click on the person. But if we make it past the photo, skimming profiles, the first thing you'll notice is the profile tagline.They say the friendships made in high school are the ones that last forever and I think this is a very true quote."Description must work for its place," says English author Hilary Mantel. It usually works best if it has a human element; it is more effective if it comes from an implied viewpoint, rather than from the eye of God.".