It’s the summer of 2016 in West Virginia, my parents told my brother and I that we were traveling to Spain for the summer. I was certainly excited when they told us that, since it is a pretty place to travel to. With the towering mountains and glimmering ocean, green trees and bushes, as well as the fresh air that has a little hint of the salt from the ocean, which depends as to where in Spain you are at. My mom had said for my brother and I to make a list of what we’re going to take with us on the trip, and if we were thinking of taking any electronics, they should be put to charge. “Okay guys, go make a list of what you’re going to take with you on our trip.
The city of Las Vegas is one of the intercontinental entertainment centers with millions of visitors yearly, and place for the diverse immigrants seek various levels of careers. The diverse population differed by cultural belief, faith, and values, including language and lifestyle. We are exposed to many non-English speaking patients and families for health care delivery within the hospital as well as communitywide. Recently one of my new grads had been assigned to a twenty-nine-year-old young female with postoperative complicated abdominal surgery which was hospitalized for more than five weeks. The language barrier is so common and includes the nurses are expected to refrain from arguing, interrupting, or judging.
Every night, 365 days a year the sun sets in Key West is a part of someone’s night. The light goes out, but the city is still awake. Everywhere in Key West there is either food, art, or someone showing off a cool talent. The hot humid days turn into cool humid nights. The stars and moon come out and dance to the music.
Las Vegas is considered the city of sin and believe me there is plenty of sin going around. It is a place filled with laughter, cries, tragedy, and loss. I have been living in Las Vegas my entire life minus a few years where I lived in Reno, Nevada and Monroe, Louisiana as well. My mother was the light of my life. We shared laughs together that were occasionally accompanied by tears.
I was born on a Navy base in San Diego a little before two in the mourning. I am the youngest with two older sisters Shauna and Cassie. We basically lived two-thirds of our childhood on military bases stationed throughout the United States of America. My father being in the Navy meant we moved a lot I have lived in New Orleans, Pensacola, and San Diego and finally we settled in Tomball, Texas which is thirty minutes away from Houston. I went to a lot of different schools during my childhood an sometimes we would move before the year is up which made it difficult for me in school.
One Step at a time I leaped off the plane with excitement. I could feel the adrenaline flowing through my body. I couldn't wait to get my first look at what I had been waiting for all year. We were scheduled for a ten o’clock arrival to what is called the most magical place in the world. Disney world is one of the biggest attractions in the united States for all ages.
Far from Mainstream The American Dream began in 1620 when the pilgrims ventured from England to the New World on a journey in search of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The pilgrims characterized the new world as a place of freedom, democracy, and equality for all. When the Gold Rush began in 1848, happiness was defined by wealth, success, and a rigorous faith in hard work. These ideals defined the American Dream and created a distinct culture of ambitious, hard working individuals; however, Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas: a Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream showcases a contemporary culture that has radically redefined the American Dream. Thompson’s novel was originally inspired by the death of the American Dream but later evolved into a story showcasing just how thriving the contemporary American Dream truly is.
Panama City Beach, Florida Have you ever been to Panama City, Florida? Well I have. That morning when we was heading out to Florida we had to wake up at 4:00 to get ready to go. We had other cars so we had to meet them and wait for them to come.
Growing up in Phoenix I remember having to bike to school in the morning and home at the end of the day. I would bike passed hundreds of people and judge them solely on how they looked. I never thought twice about it until one day when I was 14. I was biking home from school when I ran over the jagged spikes of a goat head thorns. They punctured my tires and slowly began to release the air pressure that was built in.