However, sometimes things happen and people have got to just keep pushing through it. My third year of softball my team was very proficient, strong, and confident. When it came time to go to our first tournament, we were unquestionably excited. We knew we were going to do excellent because our team was undefeated, and with our confidence, we could do anything we wanted.
People think sports are just sports, but in reality to athletes it’s an escape from life, it’s our second family, and most important we feel like we belong there. Sports make you feel like your apart of something bigger than a team. Softball has been my second family and I have made so many amazing friendships that might last for the rest of life and even if they don’t, I will never forget all my friends or the memories that I have playing ball with
Independence was definitely shown throughout the few games I attended as a ´´coach´´. I had to make sure the right player was up to bat at the right time or some things would have got confusing. Responsibility was a must and I think I executed the situation very well. Relying on myself rather than the adults who could have answered a few of my questions showed that I could control it and not rely on anyone but me to make sure it went smoothly and of course fun for the
You play with people you like to be around and you will meet more people. You can go to different places to play with other teams. A lot of times you get to spend time with them. People will be supporting you all the time. In the future you can be a super softball player and go to championship.
Baseball was a gateway of escape for immigrants. While they were spending 60 hours a week working they could always count on baseball, even if they didn 't have a real ball and bat. The immigrants saw their own people succeeding and working hard, and it gave them hope that one day they could also succeed in something they loved, they saved up the money they made to go and watch the Pirates play and become a part of the growth American Baseball. Most commonly the immigrants were the most valuable players and a beacon for the rest of the team. In order for America to agree to take in immigrants, they are expected to follow our rules.
Just like I had to respect my coaches and teammates I am also going to have to respect my boss and fellow employees. Last, teamwork could quite possibly be the greatest thing I have learned through sports. In fear of letting my team down, I gained an exceptional sense of responsibility. I knew I could not win games single-handedly, but I was assured that my efforts made a difference. “Teamwork makes the dream work, but a vision becomes a nightmare when the leader had a big dream and a bad team.”
Every friendship and life lesson learned has happened by playing the sport that I love so much. From little league to college, baseball has taught me more than being an athlete. It has taught me how to work hard, and be passionate about what you love because it doesn’t last forever. Never take something you love for granted because it can be gone in the blink of an eye. Trust me, I’ve learned a few things over the
“Softball has been noticed since 1887”. Ever since I was in t-ball, i’ve played ever since then because passionate about playing. I like softball because I get the time to play and bond with my teammates. My strong suits in softball are throwing and hitting because i can throw hard, and hit strong and it’s my passion to play major league softball. “softball is important in my life because i played ever since i was in Rag ball and t-ball “
The Unexpected That Changed My Life for the Better Friday Night Lights not only refers to the stadium that football players play in, but it also refers to every Friday night in September through November. That simple phrase brings back several memories, that carry emotional weight. Memories that are exciting, awe-inspiring, and even painful, and frustrating. The poem “Friday Night Lights” by Gerald Locklin summarizes some of the emotions that come with playing a sport, and brings about a deeper thought process. Being a part of a sport becomes your life, it teaches life lessons, helps build your personality, and shows you passions you never would have dreamed of.
Upon graduation from LaGuardia, I plan to begin my career in hospitals and work with children and families as a Registered Nurse. At the same time, I am planning to go at Hunter College to pursue a Bachelor degree in Nursing too. After successfully pursuing the BSN degree, my goal is to study for Physician Assistant and become one. The reason I am choosing this long way is that I want to gain experience as a Registered nurse in hospitals while continuing my higher education to achieve a degree in Physician Assistant. To prepare myself for the nursing career, I have been working on my weaknesses from the very first day of my college.
I have worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant for seven years caring for patients and assisting x-ray Technicians with equipment in a hospital, nursing home (mobile x-ray used for chest examinations and picc line placement ) and assisted living facilities (mobile x-ray used for chest examinations and picc line placement ) . I also received formal training on operating x-ray equipment during my training and employment with the New Orleans Police Department. This, training was conducted by the Orleans Parish Coroner's Office on homicide victims to locate bullets and determine cause and manner of