Tuesday and wednesday went by and thursday and friday were just scrimmage days. After school thursday we stretched and got warmed up then got straight to business we picked teams and started playing I didn 't think the teams were that fair but I didn 't really care I just had to play my game I started down with the freshman and sophomore like every other freshman but i wasn 't regular like them after a few games past the coaches seen that a had some talent and that I should be moved up with the jv and the varsity players so the coach plaste me in the other gym with the more advanced players and put me on a team as soon as i started playing with the older guys I noticed an immediate change in paste I started breathing harder my heart rate shot up and they were just way bigger than me but I had to make it work somehow I knew I wasn 't the best one out there but I hustled a lot and gave it my all and hoped that 's what coach was looking for.
This was by far the most difficult challenge I faced in connecting with my students. While students became pretty eager to attend the FIG session throughout the semester, they were not as enthusiastic about doing things outside of the class. The first event I tried to organize was a study session in preparation for the first round of midterms. I chose a location that was very central to where many of them lived and on a day of the week that they said was best. Throughout the week, I constantly reminded them about the study group session, however, on the day of the event, I sadly only had two students attend.
I realized that if these laborers can work hard with limited resources, then I can work hard with given resources. I learned that to get a better life, one needs to take the risk and work hard. I always tried to work hard whether it is studying or playing a game. Hard work did not only brings success in my life, but also brings confidence to me to face this world. My hard work was always reflected in the form of my grades and other achievements.
One of the most important incidents in my life was exchanging my Guam driver license for a California driver license. I was given thirty days to prepare for a written examination and a road test, and two weeks had already passed. My friends told me that the written test was difficult, but I was more anxious about driving on the highway. Although I did pay attention as a passenger on the highway, understanding when and where to make an exit was scary and intimidating. I was a novice driver, having only driven one full year on the two-way roads of Guam
I have this fear, wondering how the day would unfold as I took an assignment that could potentially change my life. As I have endured many changes in my life up to this point. As of nine months ago, I returned home from active duty military. Having little or no experience, I have entered a realm of a career that I do not know what is in store for me. I am a brand new police officer, just graduated the police academy on December 17, 2010.
They push me and show me how I need to work and I follow because i want to be the best possible that I can possible be. That’s how John Proctor and I are hardworking people. Though John Proctor and I have many differences and are very different people we also have some similarities. Traits that we share are that we are Proud, aggressive, and hardworking.
Walter Castillo ENC 1101- PER. 5 Strong Response Essay 20 October 2015 Show of Power or Pure Entertainment? After a long day of practice as I wait for the public bus with my friend I found myself speaking of a certain event that occurred over the weekend, as me and my friend dig deeper into the conversation we spend quite a long time going over details of the experience and as the bus pulled up it seemed to us as we waited for a couple of minutes but as it happened to be we had been waiting for a little short of an hour as we were too entertained to even noticed the time we had been waiting .
Chivalry is a big task to take one for most people there are many types of codes of chivalry like caring, compassion, belief in others are some to get you thinking about some codes of chivalry. One code of chivalry that I go by in life is dedication. There have been many challenges that have come along in my life with these codes. How did this value change me? This value of dedication that I take in life has changed me because it made me see in life who are my true friends and who are friends who say they are my true friends but then later on say they aren’t.
My project has served my community and provided me with the practice of life skills. Despite extensive planning, there were some problems that delayed the project; however, my project was able to be completed. Through the planning and completion of the project, I was given the opportunity to learn more about myself; through leadership responsibilities. I realized the potential I have to make a change in my community. The struggles I encountered has allowed to me to be patient, accept things that I cannot change, and keep pushing onward to my
It looked like a football game, except this chaos wasn’t a game. By now I had been working in the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department for about 2 months. It was a summer internship I’d been accepted to through my school. My aspiration is to be involved with law enforcement either by becoming a state trooper or a Boston police officer. When I heard about the internship, I knew I couldn’t let this opportunity
Mitch was a sports journalist for a living, but had recently lost his job. So he decide to record all of his talks with Morrie, every Tuesday being about a different life lesson. This was a project that made Morrie so happy and gave him something to look forward to. They talked about things like: regrets in life, family, culture, money and marriage. On the fourth tuesday Morrie brings up that at any point you can die.
I hadn 't been there a week before chief gave me my first assignment; It was street patrol. A highly experienced vet in the force, Officer Stokes was assigned as my partner on this task. With this being my first actual assignment I must admit I had many concerns, and was overwhelmed with anxiety and the thought of failing but having a partner with such experience as Officer. Stokes made it a little more comfortable for
Being a lifeguard, provides challenges as well, such as working together as a team, independently, and working with other employees that one doesn’t like, but even though one doesn’t particularly like them, it forces one to learn how to “suck it up” and learn
This week I continued with my Foster Child Welfare Training. It was a busy week to say least. There is a great deal that goes into child welfare. It makes me nervous, thinking about all of the things that I will be responsible for as foster care worker. We did a number of activities this week that were geared towards strengths.