I met one of my hockey friends named Zack when I was nine. Zack and I are still good friends today, and fortunately for us, we usually end up on the same team together. One thing that holds our friendship together is our shared love and passion for hockey. We both care about the game and work to get better at it. I remember when we were on the same team and we had a tournament in Walker.
From the very first practice, I was simply in love and hooked with a responsibility to show up to all the practices and games every week. As I’ve gotten older my love for sports has grown and later began to be multiply. I began my first hockey seasons in Teeswater with the boy’s teams who I had so much fun with. Growing up in the small town of Teeswater, there really wasn’t many girls like me who played the game that I have grown to love. I remember the many tournaments we played in in Tara, usually earning a medal and a trophy at the end of every year.
My genetic ability to be athletic and strive in sports lead me to choose sports as a part of my daily life. The sport I chose became hockey and I surrounded myself in the right practice environment. I went to every ice time, a few hockey schools and even did dry land training. I would not have done any of those if it were not for hockey, I did not enjoy the fact of working out and being active, but my love for the sport made it seem fun. By doing these extra things, it provided me with the ability to excel in hockey even more.
When I was 6 years old, I found my passion for a sport that gave me great opportunities including my ability to work hard, make memories, and create long-lasting friendships. Of course i chose the very rough sport of hockey. Over the past years, a couple of bumps and bruises never hurt me, they made me even stronger. As soon as I started hockey, I knew I would learn a lot along the way. I made marvelous memories that taught me that working as a team can create great opportunities.
There was so much bonding on that team, lots of fights too, which made you really get to know the girls honestly. I love my team to this day and if I wouldn’t have joined that team I would never be who I am today, that’s a fact. B. That team is the reason I made friends in high school and why I learned to be myself and step out of my comfort zone. It may have taken me 4 years but I did it.
I was enthusiastic to play both of the sports, although the fact that I was fast made me more excited to play baseball because I could run the bases quickly. But, that speculation changed on the night of my first ice hockey practice at the Hill School. Both of my parents were alongside me on the night of my first practice. It took around fifteen minutes to get from my home to the rink. When I first entered the building, I received a Pottstown Penguins jersey, the team I would be playing for.
Being on a team is a special thing. It’s just like being a part of a family. I have been a member of the girl's varsity lacrosse team for four years. Many lessons have been learned from the wins, the loses, and the successes that our team has had in the past years. As a member of a team, I had to fully commit myself, because my actions did not only have an effect on myself but my teammates as well.
Ever since I started playing field hockey in, 6th grade, I knew that I wanted to play in high school. I’ve participated in camps, and clinics, and I’ve even played for different teams and off season leagues. Over the summer, there were numerous opportunities to practice. I attended everything, and really committed myself to high school field hockey. Eventually at the end of the summer, I made the team and I was so proud of myself.
Nicole Baselice, my marvelous mother, deserves this award in behalf of being is hardworking, supportive, and loving.” Daily, my mom works very hard. She works multiple jobs to make my brother and I happy. For example, my mom teaches at my school to assure a valuable education. She also tutors after school so that my brother and I can pursue our passions. She drives back and forth for me to be able to get to dance and guarantee that I am there on time.
The mere practice of emptying the mind enables a person to free the mind from the anxious thoughts which clutter the mind throughout the day. By achieving a relaxed state, one can de-stress the body and consequently achieve healing of some ailing body parts. The constant practice of Empty Mind Meditation is beneficial to the holistic development of oneself. The five areas of life improved by the regular practice of Empty mind meditation are: the Physiological Aspect, the Social Aspect which involves the way we relate with other people, the Intellectual Aspect, Emotional and, the Spiritual aspect. The Stages Of Empty Mind Meditation An empty mind is a mind that is free from selfish thoughts.
While I have improved in other areas I got worse in my self-esteem. To begin, This year decision making has been very important for me. Having poor decision making skills was really not an option. In the past deciding something took so much effort and a lot of time. This year I learned that if you set up a thought out process then decision making should be easier.
She has been contacted by Clemson 's Head Coach trying to recruit her and now has accepted to shoot for University of Knoxville. Madelynn has consistently maintained her grades while participating in school sports including soccer, track, bowling and shooting with our team, she scored a 33.8 on her ACT and was the Salutatorian of her graduating class and to me that was a great accomplishment to