Being in athlete requires both talent and dedication to the sport. In 2015 Ronda Rousey was arguably the greatest women in combat sports. Ronda Rousey will still be successful entertainer 2021 because of her Judo, Mixed Martial Arts and acting. An athlete needs to capture attention. When Ronda Rousey first stepped into the fight world she caught the eyes of many people.
She’s a great role model because of how she supports everyone and lifts people up. She taught me that if you really want something then you can get it if you work hard enough. For example, she really wanted to coach JV softball, so she balanced her jobs, family, and relationship to come and coach. She wanted to give us a great experience because that is what she got when she was at Fruitland. You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was.
These two women show us how Hollywood treated black and white passing actresses. Hollywood sees Gloria as their latest star and dubs her as “America’s little sweetie pie”. She is given the leading lady role in almost all the new films and when she 's older she can still get work in acting. She is most famously known playing Marie in The Belle of New Orleans and much later on she is honored with the United Motion Pictures Medal of Honor. She is adored and successful even when it is hinted that she is not fully white.
Now she realizes that this is a huge scar that she can wear with confidence. When she was little, she wanted to change the world. Now diagnosed with Diabetes, Fernihough still believes the same; it's just become a clearer image and has learned how much she can give to the world. Her favorite part about Diabetes is all the lives she has been able to touch. When living in Arizona her mom was a preschool teacher and one of the students was diagnosed with Diabetes.
Lauren Brooksby is Resident Assistant for 2nd floor New Heritage building 29. Not only is she a beautiful person inside out but she is also a great RA- someone that us residents greatly respect and love. Last month Lauren with other RAs and hall advisors organized a spa night for the whole building. Understanding that the residents have to deal with so much stress from midterms, she organized the program so that girls can have a fun night with friends and take care of themselves. It took Laurent and her coworkers 3 weeks to plan and organize the event.
We showed our support for breast cancer month by wearing pink jerseys, hair bows, socks, shoelaces, and sparkly monogrammed sweatpants. This reminded me of the importance of supporting the people you care about. I had to miss the team picture day to take the act and even though she was disappointed, Coach Jones still gave me so many words of encouragement, telling me that she knew I would do well. She would even periodically ask me how my college prep activities were going. Her sweet, uplifting nature made such a wonderful impact on me and I feel so blessed to have been a part of her volleyball team.
“Two Kinds” a short story out of Amy Tan’s book “The Joy Luck Club” is a representation of the pressures immigrant children face from their parents. In the story, we follow a young girl named Jing-Mei as she embarks down the road to becoming a Prodigy. Her mother believed that “you could be anything you wanted to be in America” (Tan). For Jing-Mei that meant her mother believed she could become instantly famous. “Of course, you can be a prodigy, too”, her mother told her (Tan).
My most challenging experience to date is being assistant coach to a local girls’ football team. I sustained a triple fracture to my ankle and whilst recovering, was advised to cease playing to avoid sustaining further damage. The slow recovery time became a test of endurance and taught me an invaluable lesson of being patient and understanding. By this time, my sister had become interested in playing and having introduced her to a local girls’ team, I decided to undertake the role of assistant coach. My commitment to training and honing the girls’ skills every weekend ensured there was complete understanding between the players and the staff.
Characterization – Katniss Everdeen Katniss Everdeen is an average-height, attractive woman with blue eyes. She is of medium build and has medium-length black hair, which is mostly braided. At the age of 16 she volunteers as a tribute in order to save her sister from the annual hunger games. She is selfless, as shown by her sacrifice. She is also friendly and has a strong bond with her childhood friend Gale.