He never needed to take notes because he had a great memory. He passed every class with a 100%. After years of learning he decided to take his knowledge and make a difference in the world. So in two months he had succeed only found a cure for Alzheimer 's. After that he moved on to bigger problems.
My dad was hardly around from work and just not wanting to be home. So here I was a 9th grade being only 14 taking care of my sister (who is two years younger than me) having no license or anything to help me. I learned to be really independent and caring, also I matured for my age faster than most kids at my age. After my Mina passed away my parents fought worse than ever and seperated and I went and lived with my mom
The guard practices typically 15 hours a week, but on competition weeks, it rises up to 20 hours. And during this practices, the instructors clearly enforces everyone to be there, no excuses allowed. Due to this, everyone in the team has a mindset of never missing practice as it does not only affect themselves, but hurts every member of the color guard. The discipline instilled in everyone is viable as we grow up as adults and enter the work force. The team not only learns discipline, but it also grasps the concept of time management, team work,
Throughout my Life and high school career I have spent many hours with teachers and coaches. I have had many experiences, but the one that stands out most to me is my former cheerleading coach and gym teacher, Ms. Traska. She coached our team with no background in cheerleading. She brought us closer as a team and being part of this team has made a difference in my life. The two years that Ms. Traska coached were the most fun, productive, and memorable years that I have been on the team.
You have to be determined and dedicated to be successful. By becoming the best, you help out your whole team. I can’t win without my team, and my team can’t win without me. When you have practice multiple times a week, and competitions almost every weekend, you are forced to learn the importance of time management. You have to do homework on the way to practice or on the way to competitions.
I put in as much effort as I can when it comes to practicing at home, training in class, or even when I'm doing leadership every Saturday. At school, I also try to do my best. I do my homework, study for tests, participate in sports such as Volleyball and Basketball, and get the best grades I can. I think it's really important for everyone, not just black belts, to know these three areas of a black belt champion, and how we can act our
I remember nights I would come home and stare at my homework for hours, trying to remain focused and also remember what I was taught previously during that day. I had many distractions, such as doing household chores before school work. Along with this obstacle coincided another. This was the fact that I lived thirty minutes out of our small town and we didn’t have a car. This is why I was never able to participate in many extracurricular activities that I wanted to
We were frequently relocating from house to house and I could never permanently call a place “my home.” I had to share a room with my brother and sister and every morning, at six o’clock I woke up to do chores. I was constantly cleaning the bathroom, washing the dishes and folding clothes and at school, no matter how hard I tried, I struggled to understand the teachers. People regularly asked where my mother was, which made question if she was ever coming back for me. Every Thursdays, my siblings and I each had at least ten minutes to speak with her and when it was my turn, I heard her peaceful voice, almost as if she was right next to me. Just when I thought I lost hope, she would say she was coming soon, but when time ran out, all my feelings of hopelessness came back.
for the first two years I always complained “It's so boring” and stuff like “don't force me to go again” but I got my stubbornness from my parents, so I kept going. It took a long time for me to stop complaining and realize that nothing is really “girly”. It wasn't until my fourth year that i realized it was something i really enjoyed. the dance shoppe has weekly hour long classes, usually just practicing, learning new steps, and combos and stuff. Then once it hits christmas break, we start to learn our dance.
I never saw my parents hug, kiss, hold hands, or say “I love you” to one another. However, I do not want to give the impression that my parents did not provide an exceptional upbringing for me and my brother. We had home cooked meals every night, my father read to me before bed when he was home, and we celebrated every holiday with the whole family at our house. Up until the thick of the divorce, I would say I lived a privileged and loving life style. That being said, I pointed out the dysfunctionality of my parents marriage prior to the divorce because it explains my
Sharon married two years after graduating from high school and hasn’t had the opportunity to live by herself. Sharon was a stay at home mom that didn’t have to work because her husband took care of her and the children. Sharon also reported that she was raised by her mother and didn’t have a father figure in her life. After her husband passed away she had to start working to financially provide for the children. Sharon reported she started using opiates more after she started working.