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The stone crumbled under their feet. Cilia’s eyes widened, the green highly exposed as she stared up at her partner as she fell to her death. His arm caught her, trying to help her up, but he she was too heavy for him. He struggled to pull her to the ledge, hoping that he could pull her to safety.
By Spirit-Writer URL on 07.05.2011
assisted living a place where people need help to live to find a way to stay alive andw ithout which they might slip through unnociticed excpet this is a place often wheere people can be unnocitced and where they are assisted with liviing instead of being able to actually live or at least where we might see what it means for them to live.
By stu delay on 07.05.2011
It took me a long time to realise that I was not in this alone. I was being assisted, every step of the way…things really don’t just happen by chance, do they?
By cc URL on 07.05.2011
Assisted to the murky stars on the wings of a London nightbus. A journey that is named unforgettable, but is lost without choice as the lights dim around me and my head fits snugly against the woman I call friend.
By Antonio URL on 07.05.2011
I assisted her as she tried to walk. It made for tedious going, but also made her so happy, that I took the time to slow down and help her. Why don’t all of us assist each other more?
By elizabeth b URL on 07.05.2011
i had this friend kelsey..
every day she would call me – sometimes more than once. she then detailed everything that happened to her that day. and i always found myself wishing things were in reverse. not because i’d like to be her or have her life, but because she had someone to listen.
eventually, i stopped listening.
By ellen URL on 07.05.2011
assiting makes me thing about helping someone. it could be a professor, a friend, a relative or just a stranger who is in need of my help. generallt nothing can prevent me from helping someone if i am able to do that. but assist i guess is much more than help. and furthermore it may be something that you are payed for doing.
By zey on 07.05.2011
There was an old man on the other side of the street, waiting patiently for the cars to stop zooming in. Just as the stoplight turned red, I expected the elderly man to start walking, but he stood frozen on his spot. Perplexed, I crossed the street and joined him. Just as I reached the pavement, the spotlight turned green. I waited for it to turn red again, and it did. But this time, I helped the old man get to the other side, with my hands clasped gently yet firmly on his arms.
“Thank you.” He rasped.
By Tee URL on 07.05.2011
Sometimes I will want to assist people in their life in general, I want to just help sometimes. Once having assisted someone, I feel better about myself, knowing that I have done a selfless deed for someone else and that I have made their day go by a little easier. I like helping people.
By Ross URL on 07.05.2011
Assisted, I spoke to someone yesterday about assitance for life I asked what they were offering.. they said friendship… I said that will do
By james cooper on 07.05.2011
I assisted in the air drop. The morning was damp. The sky was a muggy mixture of cement grey oatmeal. Flying was gonna be tough. Low and fast – that’s how we came in.
By Flynn Wynn on 07.05.2011
I am assisted to people who believe the assisteing of the assisted person. firstly we can imagine that asisted person who assist to someone for something he can assit
By emre on 07.05.2011
Assisted, ass is ted? … Ass… it’s like I am 10 years old again. Perhaps I should visit one word a little later in the day when my brain is not candied mush. NEED Coffee!
By Giles. on 07.05.2011
If we are assisted we are alone. Assistance is born out of necessity and seldom good intention. Help is the path to true understanding and love.
By Conor O'Donovan on 07.05.2011
I assisted in cleaning up the yard. I mowed and planted flowers. Assisted my husband in cleaning up the chicken coop.
By Yolanda Hidalgo on 07.05.2011
There was an old lady who lived across the street from me.
She had a walker but you could tell that she couldn’t walk very well, her legs were rather weak.
She was assisted by a little boy in a blue and yellow shirt who barely reached up to her elbows but it was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen.
Or imagined. Because nothing like that happens in real life anymore.
By Alison Automne URL on 07.05.2011
Assisted is a great word. Assisted is they way to get my sons out of bed. They need to be assisted out of bed every morning. I like to use a cold glass of water. They don’t lioke to be assisted out of bed. They like to stay there as long as possible. Being assisted out of bed is not the way to get out of bed at my house.
By Shelley on 07.05.2011
Assisted, the first thing that I think of is assisted living. That is when the state or government helps people in need. It can help them get a place to live or can even help them with certain needs they may have. It also
By Korina Christensen on 07.05.2011
i had been privileged enough to have assisted the most powerful woman in a particular company in the middle east. i had been her right hand and i am grateful for that experience.
By katsg URL on 07.05.2011
I am writing about being assisted today. Assisted is a word that derives from assist. You can assisted someone with a task they need to complete and you can be assisted by someone who is helping you complete a task. Being assisted is a very nice thing because it helps at your biggest time of need.
By Kristen Bogue on 07.05.2011
Being assisted to do some stuff often gets annoying. I mean like, what if I don’t really need it, right? I appreciate the offer, though. I guess this is just me being a jackass or the 60 seconds thing just sounds… I don’t know, it’s 4am!
By Dawn Carlo on 07.05.2011
The assistant assisted in the operating room the operation was a simple one but it was on a small child.
By Lisa Kihlstadius on 07.05.2011
He was assisted by the nurses at the hospital. He got sick while he was at the party. Maybe it was something he ate. He does not know. His friend drove him to the hospital to get tritment.
By Rebeca Guadarrama on 07.05.2011
Government assistance. Helpful or hurtful? Necessary or degrading?
By Jspeed29 URL on 07.05.2011
Ha, I had this word yesterday.
I don’t even remember what I wrote about… Hmmm.
I think I just kind of rambled on, because there’s not much I can say about this word…
By missstar URL on 07.05.2011
Assisted; implying help, whether reluctant or given gratefully, we all need help in aspects of our lives. Sometimes we can be given assistance with school work, employment, or something such as friendship. We need help. We say we do not need assistance, that it is for weaker people. It is not true.
By Madeleine on 07.05.2011
I kneeled down, trying to help the man in-front of me. he had a broken arm, and one eye was swollen beyond belief. There were many others that needed to be assisted, but I could only help one, then move on. The others had left, thinking it was pointless, tat you couldn’t save them all..
By xmol URL on 07.05.2011
By fred r. on 07.05.2011
helped by a person to thigns i wont nrmally handle alone on my own. Can be doing shopping, cooking, picking up the kids, cleaning and even making up beds.
By sakthi on 07.05.2011
We all could do with a little help in life some of us are willing to admit this whilst others are not because you have this idea that if you are assisted it will make you weak or make you look like you can’t do anything but is so wrong with that sometimes we just need to let down are guard and allow others to assist us in life.
By tellitell URL on 07.05.2011
Assisted living is very beneficial to affluent people with senile parents. It could be that others, not so affluent, would be justifiably jealous of their rich cousins and not having the means to afford assisted care would give up their parents to less scrupulous persons for less money.
By Dietmar Lichota URL on 07.05.2011
I just discovered this webpage, and I thought it was great. But I couldn’t understand why the word didn’t change!! Now that I registered, I got that this word is the “word of the day”… Funny, huh? Now this word will come up to my head as a sign of my ignorance. Assist me!!
By AntoFigueroaV URL on 07.05.2011
Today I assisted Laura, in a wheelchair. She has no legs. I pushed her around, and we had lots of fun. I pushed her over by mistake once though, but she was okay. I helped her up. Then I made her lunch.
By Paige Brookbank URL on 07.05.2011
It was my turn to watch the kids. I didn’t want to, but I knew that if I didn’t assist my sister with this, she’d never bring me out this weekend.
By Caitlin URL on 07.05.2011
I assisted myself sometime and I need someone else to assist me in realization of my dreams.But I don’t know how to get them to assist me.
By tarzan on 07.05.2011
He assisted her up the steep incline. Rocks and gravel trailed around as her hiking boots sought out firm grips. They were hurrying to the top of the ridge, rushing to beat the sun as it dropped below the hills in the distance.
By lilmb URL on 07.05.2011
I detest recorded laughs at the T.V. as in “Friends” : It is as if we were assisted, as if we cannot know and judge by ourselves when something is humourous or not.
By Ganahn on 07.05.2011
why would I want that she said looking blankly.
and just why wouldn’t you? she laughed at me. My help was scorned more than my insults rejected now. This was worse.
By chael on 07.05.2011
Every day, she would only set up the tests and I’d administer them. I also logged in the data and made sure the results were perfect and ready for the scientific community. How is it that assistants always do more work than the person they’re assisting?
By Aaron M. URL on 07.05.2011
ia am an assisted boy with sa huge penis, do you wnt to touch it i like it when it gets attention, is there ny orange soda? I have a radio in my car and two balls. where is my jumper? up on a roof keeping a bricky warm.
By john on 07.05.2011
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