My Favorite Place to Visit There are many states have I been to in my life. I have made lots of memories with the places I have been to and the people I have went with with. The first time I traveled out of state was when I was three years old.
1 year in La Petite, 2 years in Sunset, 1 year in Scot’s Lodge and 2 years in Sailor’s Cottage. I have looked up to all of the Prefects and Staff in each of those cabins, and I have known that I have wanted to be like them one day ever since Sunset when I met my prefect Megan Joyce Fisher. She was always so happy and enthusiastic, and spread her joy to all of her little sunset girls
That 's why meeting you have been one of the most rewarding moment of my vacation. We only met a little over a month ago, but from the first moment we met, we clicked. It’s a great opportunity to meet people like you, who exudes confidence and with whom I know I can have a lasting friendship. You have such a special personality that lights up the entire room.
“The moment when months of rehearsal all come together to form an awesome end product that you get to share with an audience is so exciting.[...]I couldn 't imagine doing anything else. You just feel so powerful, like you 've got the audience wrapped around your finger, and you are sharing with them this piece of art that you have
Aruba is such a special place for my family. It is like our second home and somewhere each year we all go together. There is no better feeling than traveling somewhere you love, with the people you love, while also
I believe what one chooses to do with their extracurricular time says a lot about that person. For myself, I have spent most summers growing up at an all girl camp called Brown Ledge. It was my happy place for six consecutive summers. Thinking about it comforts me, and reminds me of what is most important. Brown Ledge is where I learned to live with individuals of all backgrounds.
Another constant feature in the lives of engineering students is the technical festival. Every year I volunteer with Konvolve, our college fest, and have worked tirelessly in making it a grand success. Conscientious of my moral duties, I’m actively involved with Rotaract, a non-profit service, helping my community and in turn the nation. Through sport and interaction, I continue to work with my friends and colleagues, bringing maturity to my role as a confidante and teammate. Furthermore, even at home my gregariousness has made me a very likable person, and often I’m considered the life of the party at family functions and formal
His text read, “Hey you single pringle, doing a little Galentines dessert get together at 9pm on Wednesday at my place if you don’t have a special someone to take care of you that day! Hope to see you there babes.” A heart, flowers, and a kiss emoji’s followed. I was very excited to attend this party for many reasons. First off, Christian could very well be the sweetest person I have met while in Utah during my first year away from home.
Memories can be as vivid as the day they occurred. In my opinion, this is truest when it comes to childhood memories. As a child, my parents, my younger siblings, and I went every summer to our cabin on Wabamun Lake, located in Fallis. These are where some of my fondest childhood memories occurred and remain with me to this very day. On these vacations, I spent time with my family, heard my moms memories, saw the town, explored nature, and enjoyed the quiet.
The activities and events we host are always very fun and exciting. I have been a volunteer since my freshman year of high school, which is when they allow you to be a volunteer. Before that you may participate in the activities. I feel that this volunteer project does benefit both me and the recipients, because I get to experience such an amazing act of kindness that changes a person 's life forever. It also benefits the recipients, because they get to have their lives changed forever.
Growing up on Hilton Head and watching the multicolored sunsets at the end of everyday wasn 't something I wanted to give up just yet. A large portion of my family lives in Spartanburg. Living up there with family I haven 't seen in a while will remove the anxiety of being away from home. Students from USC Upstate are international. They don 't all come from South Carolina, but all over the world.
This past year our very own Caleb Andrews was on the board for CASL as a Southern Director as well and worked all year long along the side of a number students from all across Southern California who were also Southern Directors. We are so fortunate to have such an amazing Leadership program on our campus with even greater leaders as a part of it. Thank you for all you do ASB and Leadership and a special thanks to Mrs. Chiotti! We appreciate
I want to play for Mitty and be part of the Mitty heritage of camaraderie and success. I know several people that have graduated from Mitty and they all have nothing but great experiences from their high school years. Those people were confident and grounded. When I went to shadow at Mitty on December 2nd, the people there were so nice and friendly, which made me feel like I was a part of
One of favorite times during the tremendous Grandview experience was looking on the work we accomplished. We only took one weekend off when we were in the process of building this marvelous 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Winter Park, Florida is where it is established 803 oak wood drive. Surrounded by lake fronts, shaded patio, and lushes green landscape this was the ideal situation for the family. They were the Miller’s