Topic Option Chosen: Lashawnda’s tribute at her Graduating High School Attention Grabber: Today we are here to celebrate LaShawnda Alexis Keys as she is graduating for high school, and moving on to bigger and greater things in life. 1. Describe who she is: She was born on October 4th 1997 in Detroit, Michigan, and I remember that day because it was the same day I was getting my tonsil removed. (Great day for me because, I was told that my baby sister was born, and I got free ice cream for my throat. Awesome day) Grew up with a disability that allows her to not being able to pronounce words clearly She is the youngest of the three kids my mother had.
On January 11 1885, a beautiful young girl named Alice Paul was born. Her mother Tacie Paul was one of the first women to attend college. Tacie would have finished but she dropped out and she spent her final year marrying William Paul. William Paul is Alice’s father who is a successful business and community man. Alice loves to read and remembers going to suffrage meetings with her mother when she was young.
She was an only child. Her family consisted of her father (King Ribal), her mother (Queen Ribal), and Hector her pet chinchilla. Ella had very few close friends, mostly because the other kids at her school were jealous of her. However, she was particularly close with the main maid of the castle, Betty. One night, Ella came home from school and was eating dinner with her family.
She reminds me about when my mom used to take me to her hair salon when I was a baby. Rhonda has a strict rule about no kids in her salon. She laughs and says, “Your mom would try to sneak you in the shop in a car seat. You were about five, when I said that girl is too big for that car seat. She needs to go!” I don’t remember being trapped in a car seat, but I wouldn’t put it past my mom.
In the end, every person is different. Zoe might have made a different decision that I would have, but it wasn 't necessarily wrong. I have been a girl scout since kindergarten and I have completed a Red Cross babysitting class. I have been taught to call 911 almost immediately, so of course I wouldn’t have hung up the phone. I would have told the operator all I knew ( her current condition, our address, location in the house, etc.
When she was in her teens her parents got a divorce. Her mom raised five kids by herself, and she still took college courses in her spare time. Ellen Ochoa attended to Grossmont High School where she found her love for the sciences. She graduated from high school in 1975 as valedictorian. Earning a four year scholarship to Stanford, she wanted to stay close to family.
MHS provided support and encouraged the client to use techniques previously taught and discussed on how to cope with depression. Observation: The in a good mood today. The client reported she was in a good because she older daughter had a great party this weekend. The client expressed her excitement that her older child is now 7 year old. The client also expressed that she spent all her money on the party and and bring her kids to the fair this past weekend.
Ellen provided multiple comparisons of her life when she was younger to the lives of the audience. By making light hearted remarks about typical college life, Ellen related her speech to the majority of the audience. For example: "like you I only did laundry six times." "When I completed school I was completely lost" "Success for you is being able to hold
I began volunteering at my town 's nursing home in high school. Initially, I volunteered as an arts and craft aide, coloring and drawing with the patients, but soon after my sister I transformed that time slot into a performance hour, doing our gymnastics, hip-hop, ppm, cheer, and kickline routines for the patients. It was very rewarding to see the patients smile in amazement and awe and also knowing that they looked forward to seeing me each weekend. At the same it was sad to see familiar faces disappear. After I acquired Home Health Aide certificate in the summer of 2013, I was able to help physically care for the patients.
Cute little Hailee Sue has saved her allowance for two months and her mother allowed her to set up a lemonade stand in her front yard with supplies she purchased from the Dollar Tree. Her mother posted on Facebook of her daughters business venture, and she slaved away making the lemonade and setting her stand up. Hailee was so excited of the five dollars she invested she made fifteen, and she was eager to start again next weekend. Her lemonade stand is a grand example of a sole proprietorship. The success, failure, profit, and/or loss is solely Haliee’s burden (SBA, n.d.).