I know I can always look to the sideline and see her there cheering me on; she’s my biggest fan. Through all our good times (gymnastics car rides, movie nights, trips to Disney and Florida, and just long talks) there’s also the times where she had to play the role
Everytime she gets in my car, she tells me to put that song on. It makes me feel happy, because it reminds me of her. Next would be " It ' my life" from Bon Jovi. My favorite song in middle school, and the song that helped me build up the courage to talk to the girl I liked in high school. "Lose yourself" From Eminem.
Growing up I was consumed by an interesting assortment of music. Musical influences were thrown at me from all directions. Whether it was the rock and roll and punk rock music my dad listened to, or the country and pop music my mom listened to, my ears were always full of different arrays of music. Having my grandma blasting gospel music and my older sister jamming Disney, music became a very influential part of my childhood.
One of the interesting things about Claudia is that she is a huge fan of Eminem and he 's her role model. She looks up to him because he 's been through so much, being broke, being away from his daughters, his suicidal wife but he stuck through it and wrote music about it and that 's something she looks up to. If she was given 10 million dollars she would use it by buying a house for her and her family renovate it
Ms. Lacy was a music and chorus teacher at John J. Wright and Spotsylvania Middle Schools where I had the pleasure of being one of her students from 1981 to 1985 when I attended her sixth grade music class and subsequently joined chorus during my seventh grade year. Dr. Likona assets, “The school has to build on the work the family does” in the area of character education. (Lyon, Raising Good Children – Character Education Talk in Singapore 1 [Video file], 2009) Ms. Lacy exemplified Dr. Likona’s call to be a partner with families to build character through instruction, coaching, and as a role model.
As we are daily seeking opportunities to support people with Developmental Disabilities, My wife who has also worked in this field has recently graduated from the Bow valley College practical nursing program. Because of our plans to make a difference in the lives of people living with developmental disabilities, my wife decided to do one of her practicum at the mental health unit at Rockyview Hospital. All these experiences put together, will no doubt serve as added advantages to my scope of support for my potential clients. I am a very patient person with great empathy and a genuine desire to help. I have a current First Aid Certificate, CPI certificate, Medication Administration certificate and some other certificates that a support worker supposed to have.
She taught me all the techniques to being a good musician. Both Ms. Bloom and Sierra inspired me to audition for Denver School of the Arts. I have included a picture of me with my two teachers at my last ever orchestra performance at Rocky Mountain Academy of
Darcee Pierce is the name of the nurse I shadowed. At that point in time I didn’t know which career I wished to pursue. However, within minutes of shadowing Darcee, I knew this was the profession meant for me. I saw patients in critical condition, which was sad, but the care and compassion
I got to see several ways that nurses provide care for their patients. I observed ICU nurses care for their ill, elderly patients. I witnessed physical therapy nurses assist their patients to ambulate immediately post-surgery. I noticed how fast ER nurses work to triage their patients. I learned a lot from those nurses but could not decide which unit was meant for me.
I met new people as a little girl and let my talents shine thanks to her. She would always be there if I felt upset. Miss Michele knew me inside and out, and if the two of us had a chance to catch up, I think she still would. Miss Michele does whatever she can to aid her community, whether it be Music Together, her kids’ (former) high school, or even just her friends and family. Miss
In volunteer work, always being a tutor for extra help in music, or being an extra hand and always asking others if they needed help. To this day I still follow these traits. I had gotten my Emergency Medical Technician certification and volunteer in my hometown and hopefully up here at Pittsford. In my experience with music therapy, I had done an internship where I had the opportunity to observe music therapy. It gave me such a wider experience to the application of music.
The two things I enjoy the most is being a journalist and a musician, those two have made my life worth living for. I’ve always been interested in Music since I was little because when I was in Elementary school I played the Violin which made me really enjoy music. Now, I am in highschool and I am the lead trumpet player on my senior year. For Extra Curricular Activity I take part in Marching band for my passion of music and my senior year I lead the band as the drum major. It mostly just trains your ears to listen for the little things in music in my opinion it 's kind of cool.
Jayde Meech is an aspiring blogger and music journalist currently studying a bachelor degree at Queensland University of Technology. She is a creative 17-year-old writer and enthusiast of all things “Beauty, Fashion and Life” related, but has always had a special passion for music. She believes in the saying “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” and is committed to making it her reality. Her passion for Music begin at a young age after participating in numerous musicals and music contests throughout her childhood.