Trey has a very special place in my heart, for I have been spending time with him every day helping him with tasks. I have seen the good times and the bad times he experiences as well as seeing him grow and learn new things. By showing kindness to him, I have felt that kindness has become contagious, making me want to show kindness to other special need kids in the Fairview community. After showing kindness to Trey, I was inspired to volunteered to be a mentor for a freshman boy in High School who has Down Syndrome. His name is Cullen, and I have gotten the opportunity to help this amazing young man adjust to the High School.
Many people go on Mission trips to help other communities that are in need, but some go for the many friendships and experiences that last a lifetime. I went on Mission Trip 2015 to Eagle Butte, South Dakota for both reasons. I had always remember day three of Mission Trip 2015 because I helped the Cheyenne River community, made friends with people from around the state, and renewed old friendships with people from my own school. It was barely eight o’clock in the morning when we shuffled into the city hall building, eyes still filled with sleep. We were there to discover what our work project was for the day.
It was always the little things that made Mickey stand out. He might not have become rich or famous throughout his lifetime, but he was always making people smile everywhere he went. When building our new gym at Bogue Chitto the school board requested to name it in honor of Mickey, however; being the humble person that he is he declined. Coach Myers was just recently elected as the superintendent for Lincoln County. He received about fifty three percent of the votes, beating West Lincolns Principle Jason Case.
I was still new here to DeWitt and I didn’t have many friends, one day after recess Lucas came up to me and whispered into my ear, “will you be my friend?” I said, “yes” with a giant smile on my face. We hung out everyday hours on end. I found Lucas to be a very nice, respectful, friend and I was lucky to have him as my best friend.
Furthermore, the San Onofre Community of Camp Pendleton recognized Bradley for his contributions made to the community during summer Vacation Bible School programs. Bradley overcame his fear and insecurity of working with younger children and became an instrumental role model to them. While juggling athletics, academics and community outreaches Bradley achieved the top Boy Scouts of America rank
Mr.Prokes understood me. He knew what i wanted to do with my life, when I wanted to do it and how I was gonna do it. I never would 've thought that I would leave him the first year I met him. All though, he emailed my mother saying: "Dear Jeri Johnson, Your son this year had a rough year. Myself and Mr.Pargaen tried to make it better, but this class needs serious help.
Today, we are gathered here to remember and celebrate the life of a dearly loved friend, neighbor, lawyer, and most importantly father. Atticus Finch was loved by many. From a young age, my father taught me, not only simple things such as right and wrong, but life long lessons. As a young girl, I didn’t always realize what he was doing but he managed to sneak in a lesson in just about everything we did. I used to think Atticus was the an epitome of absolutely everything I thought was a perfect father, I now know that he was in fact.
I had ever seen before. We gained a new fire in our bellies, and finished the deployment strong and did our best to follow his teachings. Everyone thought they were strong, what we had no clue about, was just how strong we could be. This platoon became so strong and tight knitted that when our Platoon Sergeant was flown out a few months later, the platoon was successfully ran by just Staff Sergeants. Never again in the deployment was a purple heart awarded and everyone returned home safe and sound.
This didn’t happen in a day either, I had to train for it, but eventually I was able to do it. When I did I couldn’t explain the feeling, well it was mostly exhaustion, but other than that it felt amazing. It all started a couple of years ago when my father moved to Colorado so he could work at Fort Peterson Air Force Base. When he moved their I was able to visit him on the summers and long breaks. Whenever I went up there we would always go hiking and camping
It was difficult for me to accept this fact. I had looked forward to this climb all summer long, the climax of my first trip to the Rockies, the ultimate challenge that I had been firmly set on completing. However I didn’t have the necessary gear to ascend the Trough, a snowed-in section of the trail where ice on the path had proved too difficult to traverse without crampons. I stood up and marched on slowly, as if a physical manifestation of my sadness was tied to my ankle, dragging along the path behind me. Along the way I met a steady stream of shill hopeful hikers on their way up the slope.
Chris Kyle is an iconic man who is widely known throughout the world for his acts in the service as a Navy SEAL. He has done many great things in his life, and learning about him has been quite amazing. Chris Kyle is known for not only his service in the Navy SEALs, but also for being a good husband, a cowboy, a loving father, inspirational, and a man who was truly committed to his fellow soldiers. During his time in the Navy, Chris is reported to have about one hundred and sixty confirmed shots, but the accuracy of that number is still unclear. While examining Chris Kyle and his life, one must ask the question: Could that number really be accurate?
As of 2013, about 1.4 million people were actively serving in the armed forces. Not only do these soldiers experience hardships such as sacrificing their lives and dreams but they also gain a sense of brotherhood due to close relationships made with other soldiers and they experience feelings of hope through the possibility of recovery if injured. These experiences were captured and depicted in a photograph taken by Laura Rauch, who is a part of the Military’s Stars and Stripes newspaper. In this photograph, solider Kyle Hockenberry had been conducting a routine patrol on June 15 on the outskirts of Haji Ramuddin until an explosion erupted, giving Kyle Hockenberry such extensive injuries that he needed immediate attention.
There is a trip that not many do because of how many people who do not make it back from the hike. What people hike up is a waterfall is called Yosemite Falls and it is the tallest waterfall in California. So when my family and I go camping there we always talk about how we should try to hike it, but we never actually do because of how scared we are. One year though some of my family members and I decided to go to the top because of how much we have wanted to do it for so long. So what we did was we all went to bed early so we could wake up early.
This is shameful. Today, here we have a sensible, honest, productive member of our community. I cannot say I am quite sure how girls dancing in the woods singing songs translates to witchcraft, but the community says it so. With only fingers pointed and no factual or realistic information, we condemn our village to be hanged. A village, where we put the lies of young children above the credibility of our greatest elders!
This all started a few years ago when I was looking for something to do one Saturday morning. My father walked in the room and said “Hey Russell I have something you may like it is called a ham Fest it is Claremore would you like to go?” that is how it all began. When we finally got dressed and ready, we decided to actually go to this thing, I was very sceptical about my interests in this Foren hobby called Ham Radio. Once I got there it was a very interesting sight to see.