Free Essays on My Dream House

  1. My Ideal Home

    My ideal home. In the 1950s the average home was about 983 square feet and the average cost was around $8,450 Homes were usually built with two or fewer bedrooms and children shared bedrooms if needed. Closets were around two feet by eight feet---just big enough for your clothes. Bathrooms were built...

  2. My Dream House

    My Dream Home My dream is to live in a big house surrounded by a big garden full of flowers and trees. My dream house should be located outside the city, on the outskirts of town where I can find true peace and happiness. Therefore, my dream house should have the characteristics that represent who I...

  3. Article About My Ideal Home

    My Dream Home My dream home is a place of beauty, serenity and inspiration. It is a bungalow with a huge lawn, planted with fruit trees and flowering plants. There is plenty of space for a table and chairs so that when the weather is fine, my family can sit outside to have a meal or read the newspapers...

  4. Dream House

    Dream House As I get closer and closer to the island the house that I have always dreamed about awaits me. I can see it from a mile away. Everyone has that house that they ,have always dreamed about. It is so massive, that it is the most noticeable construction on the island. My own private plane...

  5. Dream house

    Dream House Everyone has their own thoughts about their dream house. These days homes are more affordable because of the economy and all the foreclosures...

  6. A House Is Not a Home

    A House is not a Home People all around the world today live with the idea that one day they will be living in the perfect house with the perfect family. This represents a stereotypical view that has been viewed as a social norm for many years now in which society only thinks about the physical aspects...

  7. The American Dream

    Is the American Dream Achievable? My opinion of the American dream is that it is all about success, wealth, happiness and health. Essentially it is an idea, a dream that anyone in the USA can succeed through hard work, and anyone is able to lead a happy successful life. The definition of the American...

  8. Dreams in of Mice and Men

    fantasy to present the characters ‘dreams for a better life within of mice and men. Two of the major themes presented in “of mice and men” is Dreams and loneliness. These two conflicting themes interlock: it is apparent that people who are lonely have the greatest need to dream to help them through. Through...

  9. Obama: Individual in the Community(Dreams of My Father)

    Professor Matt Tortora September 29, 2010 Dreams from My Father There are many barriers one must overcome, and to accomplish this, one must find their distinctiveness and take a key role in the community. Throughout the novel, Dreams from my Father by our current president Barrack Obama, Barrack...

  10. Myth of American Dream

    Myth of the American Dream The American Dream is that any man or woman will have the chance to have financial success with hard work and determination. I don’t think the American Dream is a myth or impossible I really do believe that you can do what you want in your life with willpower and having...

  11. Contracts: How They Effect Everyday Life

    homes. The consumer’s house was built by contractors. By differentiation a contractor is an individual or firm who contracts to build things. Plummer’s, electricians, carpenters, and painters are all samples of contractors that were intricate in making the consumer’s fantasy house become real. K.B Homes...

  12. A Kingdom of Dreams

     A Kingdom of Dreams Who did not at least once think about how his dream house was going to be? I guess everyone. In fact, the first theme one learns to draw at pre-school is precisely a house. Young girls adore playing with their dollhouse and boys build castles in the sand every time they go...

  13. My Appropriation of Goldilocks

    Goldilocks And The Three Bears Once upon a time, a blonde psychology graduate went power walking through the Kirribilli looking at the houses she dreamed she would live in. She had chosen to study psychology after being harassed about her hair colour and body shape in high school. The kids had nicknamed...

  14. Getting Through the Everyday Obstacles to My Future Education

    Getting Through The Everyday Obstacles To My Future Education It is such an exciting and powerful feeling to be back in school for the field of study of nursing. I can just see myself now, walking down the hallway in Conway Hospital, wearing my brand new pair of scrubs. Scrubs are the uniforms...

  15. My Dream Home

    Alexis This Is My Dream Home As I go to my estate in Malibu California were my dream house is located. I get to see a quick peek of my home. It is really big and is one of the biggest homes in the area. My private helicopter landed on the helicopter pad on my dream house. I get out of my helicopter quickly...

  16. An Important Person in My Life

    I think that in each phase of our lives we have a person or more who exerts an influence over our destiny. In my case, the childhood was definitely influenced by my parents who educated me in the spirit of our religious beliefs and tried to induce me their own opinions and conceptions of how the life...

  17. If I Won a Million Dollars

    I do if my luck decided to change and I happen to win a million dollars? The idea is tough to grasp, but if I won a million dollars I would spend the money on myself, my mother, and the game of baseball for the youth within my community. To begin, if I won a million dollars I would enrich my own lifestyle...

  18. my dream home

    My Dream Home My dream home is a place of beauty, serenity and inspiration. It is a bungalow with a huge lawn, planted with fruit trees and flowering flowers. There is plenty of space for table and chairs so that when the weather is fine, my family and I can sit outside to have a high-tea or read...

  19. The American Dream 3

    The American Dream: I choose The American Dream because it’s a dream of land in which life should be better, richer, and fuller for every woman and man, with the opportunity for each according to ability or achievement. It is not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of social order...

  20. My Saddest Day

    My saddest day Dad, I miss you…… I am 18 years old now. Within this eighteen years, there is one day that I never forget in my life-------26th March 2009. I lost my dad on that day. I was in school that day. During the recess time, my friends and I went to canteen together...

  21. Dreams and goals in life

    Dreams and goals in life Dreams are a way for us to get creative and they are important for us to be able to think freely. Dreams have no boundaries and they make us feel good. They don’t force us to do something and they most often do not become reality. But they are still important for us to be able...

  22. own vs rent house

    Faculty Publications & Other Works Faculty Scholarship 2012 Owning Versus Renting: Thoughts on Housing Policy, Tax Incentives, and Middle Class Dreams Neil H. Buchanan George Washington University Law School, neilhbuchanan@gmail.com Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law...

  23. My Life 4

    already out shining like never before. It shined so bright that I could feel my forehead burning from its rays. The sound of the singing birds flowing through my ears was beautiful. I was on my way to school when I encountered my best friend on the road. We walked together to school and I went to the principal’s...

  24. Dreams from My Father

    Essay: Dreams From My Father Barack Obama’s Dreams From My Father is exactly what it claims to be by title, a story of race and identity. Barack Obama comes from a diverse background, which he explores throughout the book. Having a white American mother and black Kenyan father, he has a different...

  25. Moving to a New House

    Room To hear the news of my mother’s new pregnancy was quite an excitement, yet I knew I would have to discuss with my mother why I believed it would be of essence to move to a much bigger house, this would mean that the new triplets would have a room of their own, and my brother Alex and I could have...

  26. Night Pilot- Dream Interpretations- Thesis

    Night Pilot- Dream Interpretations Main theme: The purpose of this review is to analyze dream interpretation studies performed by Rosalind Cartwright and see I can relate to its’ content. Also, I am to describe a dream of my own and interpret it. Sub-points: Rosalind Cartwright has studied...

  27. American Dream

    the “American Dream” For decades millions of people have come to the United States to live the American Dream. Many believed that coming to United States would open endless opportunities to gain a happy and successful life. When I think of the American Dream it consists of a decent house, a steady career...

  28. An essay of dreams

    “Laugh often, dream big, reach for the stars!” That’s exactly what I do and I’m not planning on stopping anytime soon. In June I will graduate from high school and I already have my life planned out. In college I will obtain a bachelor’s degree in education, a master’s degree in library science, with...

  29. The Fall of the House of Usher

    13. How does Poe’s use of the doubling in “The Fall of the House of Usher” increase the scariness of the tale? «”The saddest and the strangest figure in American literary history”, Killis Campbell called him. “Few writers have lived a life so full of struggle and disappointment, and none have lived...

  30. My Ultimate Birthday Surprise

    My Ultimate Birthday Surprise I had gone to spend the week with my cousin, Brandon, and his wife, Jennie the summer of my sixteenth birthday. I had no idea that Brandon had the most thoughtful and extravagant birthday gift I could ever imagine. Brandon had, without his wife’s knowledge, set up an...

  31. “the Setting of the House on Mango Street”

    Manny Salazar Jennifer Wiley WRT 101 M-W 10:40-11:55 November 26, 2012 “The Setting of the House on Mango Street” The short story, “The House on Mango Street,” is a story that is centered within a particular neighborhood, which is evidently inhabited by middle-to-lower class folks. Although the...

  32. Part of My Life

    Part of My Life It happened so suddenly! My chest began tightening, my stomach was twisted, and my heart was racing. It felt as if the center of my head, right behind my nasal cavity, was being pulled. My knees buckled as a sound roared through my head and black clouds passed their way into my vision...

  33. Presentation: Barack Obama "Dreams from My Father"

    Barack Obama – “Dreams From My Father-A Story of Race and Heritance” Today I want to introduce you United States President Barack Obama’s first memoir, dreams from my father. It was first published in July 1995 as he was preparing to launch his political career and republished in August 2004. Author: ...

  34. The House on Mango Street 2

    The House on Mango Street Sandra Cisneros “The House on Mango Street” is about a young Hispanic girl named Esperanza who lives in a poverty stricken neighborhood in Chicago with her mother, father, two brothers, and her younger sister. This book provides a detailed description of several characters...

  35. My Community

    realized that I had many times ignored the meaning of what is a community. After a few research of the meaning of community, I simply sum up in my own thoughts and words that a community is a place where someone belongs. So where do I belong? Looking back in the year of 1960, I was born...

  36. California Dream to Mexican Immigrants

    Chris Farley Wilson English A September 29, 2010 The California Dream to Mexican Immigrants The California dream to many Mexican immigrants is all about being able to provide for their families, better opportunities, employment, and to support their own needs. They want...

  37. The Lines on My Face

    in the mirror. I noticed the lines of my face and the curve of my neck. I looked down at my hands remembering the moment I first realized that they looked like hers. Long, thin, delicate hands perfect for playing the piano or braiding cornrows. All my life I had not noticed until the day...

  38. My Palce

    too many times for me to care. I grab my already packed book bag and picture frame. I’m leaving, I’m finally leaving. I thought while moving towards the window. There’s a face in the picture that make me lose my trace of thought. Mom. This all should be a dream. It shouldn’t have happened like this. ...

  39. My life not my way

     My Life Not My Way I. What was your family like? A. Close B. The youngest of two C. Parents’ divorced father not around. II. What things do you remember about your childhood? A. The fun had in the country. B. The hard times we had to go through. C. Spending time...

  40. Obasan the Power of Dreams

    Dreams can be a powerful thing. They can show how a person truly feels about something or someone without guilt, kindness, or any other emotions clouding up the true feelings. The subconscious is not concerned with sparing peoples feelings. It only conveys the true emotions that would otherwise...

  41. My Profile

    December 20, 2001 I could give this eulogy in five words: my father was a sweetheart. He had a huge heart and a remarkable sense of humor. What more could any of us ask than to be loved and amused. My father did both with ease, he loved us and made us laugh. But, of course, there was so much more...

  42. The American Dream - of Mice and Men

    Why is the dream so important to George and Lennie? George and Lennie’s dream is to one day own their own small holding “’an live on the fatta the lan’”. Many other farm workers share this dream, as it would allow them to be their own master and live a life of freedom. This dream is part of a much...

  43. Social Mobility Dream

    Social Mobility Dream The American Dream is a term that is commonly herd in the United States. What it is commonly used for is people coming to the US legally or illegally to make more money and have a higher quality of life. Better jobs or better schools to attend, better government and, religious...

  44. Dream House paper

    Sergio Santibanez English 0300 October 13, 2012 Imagine your house, not just any house but your dream house. A place you go to ignore the outside world for a couple of hours; your own Garden of Eden, without all the animals of course. When I picture this home, I imagine a palace of darkness with...

  45. American Dream

    The "American Dream" Rafael Cruz, father of current US Senate, Ted Cruz, once said, "Only in America can someone start with nothing and achieve the American Dream. That's the greatness of this country." I completely agree with Mr. Cruz, because he is right; only in America can one start at the bottom...

  46. Dream Jungle

    Into the Jungle: A Paper on Dream Jungle by Jessica Hagedorn The Philippines in the 1970s is the main setting of Jessica Hagedorn’s Dream Jungle. The novel tells a story that jumps from year to year, from different characters’ point of views and between two distinct events. First was the discovery...

  47. The City of My Dreams Through Social Capital

    By: Ziad Ahsan Azad Jammu & Kashmir (Pakistan) Abstract I wondered before starting writing about my dream city. The developed cities of the world which can be watched on the TV screen flashed in my mind. Yes they look marvelous with sky scrappers and heavenly lit bazaars. Is it feasible for me to...

  48. A Story About My Life

    11/15/04 Hello my name is Eli Horton, I’m twenty four and this is a story about my life. I was born in Chicago, to a wealthy family who has ruled the city for generations. My dad who is one of the cities biggest mobsters controls every aspect of the underground world. My mother lives a double life....

  49. Nature Vs Nurture

    mother, Stanley Ann Dunham nurtured him. Dunham was a woman who had empathy, and worked hard every day to achieve her goals and live the all American dream. She was a tough on Obama because she knew the potential he had. Dunham was hard on him during his high school years. She often reprimanded him for...

  50. Dreams Come True

    Dreams Come True My dream is to live in a log cabin with a stretch of property a mile long surrounded by a massive garden full of flowers and trees. Living in the city with all the busy cars and rushing loud mouth people would not fit in the category for my dream home. It should be located...

  51. Narrative Essay - My Parents Divorce

    01-31-11 Narrative Essay My Parents Divorce My mother is a single mom raising two kids: my sister and I. Usually, people think of a deadbeat mom and low-life, rebellious kids. However, in my mother’s case, I see an independent woman who is confident in her kids and in her job. My mother is not the kind...

  52. Dream Act

    The Dream Act This is a research paper about the DREAM Act also known as The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act. For those who do not know what it is, I am going to explain it to you. I did lots of research and formed my own thoughts and opinions about it. I am now going...

  53. The Great Gatsby the ironic view of American Dream

    a way to become successful. The American Dream is a belief that everyone in America can become successful through hard work and some luck. In the book The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of the book, writes the opposite view of the American dream and make characters face unfortunate events...

  54. Whos dream

    seven one of my favorite things to do was play with my Barbie dolls. I had every single Barbie set up that was imaginable, the Barbie mansion, corvette, hair salon, the café, and the grocery store. Of course Barbie was not complete without all of her fancy clothes and accessories, and my mom made sure...

  55. View of War in All My Sons

    All My Sons, a play by Arthur Miller, tells predominantly the story of the Kellers. This play takes place after World War II, in the year 1947. It is a criticism of the “American Dream,” which can be defined as a life of personal happiness and material comfort as traditionally sought by those in the...

  56. The House on Mango Street

    The House On Mango Street: the Struggle of Mexican-American Women in the 20th Century Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 The Book “The House on Mango Street” 1.1.1 Summary The House on Mango Street is a semi-autobiographical story from a Mexican-American girl’s eyes, whose name is Esperanza, which...

  57. DREAM HOMES

    2015 Dream Homes The author, Joyce Zonana, recounts, that prior to her finding of belly dancing at the age of twenty five, she observed Arabic music only through her mother’s ears, perceiving nothing but a discord of empty sound. Joyce’s mother was a subordinate in the house that she ran so...

  58. The Dream and the Real

    THE DREAM AND THE REAL Dickens himself had risen to achieve greater expectations than any clerk's boy could expect, but he had not found happiness. The idea that one must search beyond material wealth and social standings and look within themselves for happiness becomes the major theme in Great...

  59. Dreams from My Father (Barack Obama)

    What is My Identity? Dreams from My Father archives Barack Obama’s journey, and struggles, to find his identity. Obama quickly admits that race is an important part of himself, and it is that quest of race and identity that pushes him to question his own uniqueness. Ultimately spanning both worlds...

  60. Grosvenor Park

    the ones in Grosvenor Tower. This community would take the young professional demographic from apartment and span the time gaining equity for their “dream home”. There are many risks associated with this project. First and foremost is the long list of Planning Department requirements, $2.6 million...