I have surpassed my personal records race after race and my walls are covered in race bibs and medals. I wonder how I will ever leave my team, who has become more like a family to me. I will never forget the team sleepovers where we talked for countless hours, or the excitement we felt when we actually found a movie that revolved around our sport. We have seen each other at our very worst and very best and still continue to be there, screaming our heads off at the finish line for each other. After all the long runs, intervals, sprints, injuries, exhaustion, and personal records, I’m finally starting to find the answer to why i joined cross country.
Picture this: you somehow manage to get your hands on a pair of tickets to see your absolute favorite band of all time, despite the fact that the concert was sold out long ago. You get the green light from your hesitant parents, who had never let you do anything like this before without adult supervision. As you are printing out the tickets, it occurs to you that will get the opportunity to experience the unfamiliar feeling of total freedom and control. Music has always been a definitive part of my life. My favorite band is The 1975, an English group whose music and style has always stuck out compared to other artists that I listen to.
Ever since I was a little girl my dream was to grow up and be a doctor, and i still have that dream. My choice of major is Biology: Anatomy and Physiology to later go on to medical school and become an ER physician. I feel like I have always been push to be a doctor and that is why I just ended up really getting into it more and more as I grew older. I actually grew up with a variety of people in the medical field including my mother, which is when I truly realized that science and the human body fascinated me. I was ten when my mom decided to become a Medical Assistant (MA), and she would always take me to her classes with her and i remember I was just always so mesmerised by the idea of the human body.
When living in Arizona her mom was a preschool teacher and one of the students was diagnosed with Diabetes. She was able to help the little girl and her family get through the tough time and be a big role model to her. Fernihough said that Diabetes has allowed her to see everything in a new way. She has a new perspective on life that most people don’t have. Diabetes has changed Fernihough for the better and has allowed her to tell her impactful story.
Born April 3, 1934 in London, England , Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall is the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, considering she had been studying the for 55 years. She was always fascinated about animals and Africa and as a child, her favorite books were Tarzan and Dr. Dolittle. After graduating from high school, Jane goes to secretarial school because she wasn’t able to afford going to college. After graduating from secretarial school, she got a job typing documents at Oxford University, after she goes to work at a film studio. On 1956 she receives a letter from her friend inviting her to visit her family in Kenya; she quit her job and became a waitress to save money for her trip.
This is because chasing your dreams and not giving up on them will result in you achieving them, and putting you in the hall of fame. Society can learn from these texts that it is okay to dream big, because if you chase your dreams and act on them, they will become true. It is important to chase your dreams because it will give you a motive to better yourself, and leading you to have a better
It also makes it easier for us to fulfill and achieve our goals instead of settling for less. Eventually, our mental and emotional awareness will be molded that we can conquer almost everything, even the most challenging situations in life. For that reason, I deserve to give myself a chance to stand up for what I believe in and to follow my vision no matter where it takes me. More than ever, I am ready to face my fears of failing so I can pursue my education and become a successful Registered Nurse in the near future. What actually inspires me to move forward comes from a famous quote.
The children range in ages from 9,5,4, and 2. The patient and her husband had planned this pregnancy. After giving birth the patient had already decided to get a tubal done, so her newborn son was chosen complete their family. The patient stated that she didn’t receive prenatal care until October, which was pretty far into her pregnancy. Her reasoning behind this choice was she had four other children and “knew what she was doing.” When the patient did receive prenatal care it was through St. Luke’s South where she had planned to give birth.
In my life, I have been through so much in my life, from good times, to bad times, I had to make the best out of everything. Ever since I was a child, people have been making fun of because of my skin color, and what my beliefs are. I had to deal with that all of my life. You couldn’t live in my shoes, anyone could try, but all of them would fail. In my life I had, many hardships during my childhood, as a grown man playing in the MLB, and as a Senior.
The Rose Parade is a beloved American New Year’s tradition that has enchanted me for as long as I can remember. As a first generation immigrant who traveled six thousand miles to start a new life, I never dreamed that I would have the chance to participate in such an incredible tradition. But, in 2015, my color guard teammates and I marched in the world-renowned event. The opportunity to be a part of the Rose Parade with an organization that meant so much to me remains one of my most memorable life experiences. But my road to the Rose Parade was a long and hard one, paved with many trials and life lessons along the way.