One Saturday afternoon I planned to leave work early to pick up my daughter from school, so she could get ready for her homecoming dance. I got held up in a meeting at work and did not leave on time. I wanted to please my coworkers, so I stayed for the entire meeting. As I was running out the door, a coworker stopped me to ask me a few questions she had about cutting hair. I decided to help her because I wanted to please her also.
The night before I left for college my family helped me pack so I can start my new life on campus. I have thought ever since I grew up that I would be fine with moving away from my family; but, that entire night and next day was drowned with tears. I only live about
All through out band it was the only thing I could think about. I was so excited to go home and tell my parents the good news! One of the most scariest moments I had to do was change from going to the elementary school to going to the intermediate school. I didn’t know what to expect. I couldn’t stop thinking about what happens if I would have gotten lost or having to meet all the new people that would be coming to lincoln from all the other elementary 's.
I kept ignoring any conversation with my friends that related to the dance squad team because I did not want to admit to the insecurities that were running through my mind – I pretended that I didn’t want to be on the dance squad, but deep down inside it is all I thought about. It is all I wanted, and that is what I did. Suddenly, I gathered enough confidence (with a lot of encouragement from my friend Ashley) and told myself I will just try out for the dance squad team. By then, a week had already passed, and the girls who signed up had already learned the choreography. I felt as if I would be too behind, and that I wouldn’t be capable of learning the choreography on time.
Midterm Essay Ever since the day I got accepted into the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire I’ve been so anxious and ready to move out so I could finally have freedom to whatever I want whenever I want to. College has been a lot different though than I would’ve expected it. I didn’t think I’d get homesick at all and I thought that I would have a ton of friends right away, and boy was I wrong. The first weekend here I felt like I meet so many new people, it was so exciting but since I meet so many people I forgot everyone’s names and never really meet back up with them. Once classes began it was even harder to meet new friends since I had to be so focused in my classes.
She tells me that it is going to be a huge commitment. I did not truly understand what that would entail until I started my training. As I started my training I was still able to dance with my friends, and we would joke and mess around throughout the class. Later on, I had individual classes where I would dance for 2 hours straight and I was not able to hang out with my friends because I was in class. At first, I was not happy about it because I felt like I was missing out but I later realized that I truly love dance when I was able to practice for 4 hours every day only complaining that my legs were killing me and not
I didn’t have much gymnastics experience, besides when my brother and I did flips and tricks on my neighbors trampoline when they weren’t home, but that was the only experience I had with gymnastics besides what my mother taught me. I shot out of my bed, got my gymnastics stuff ready and was running out the door before my mother pulled me back in and told me it wasn’t time to go yet. She told me, I had a couple more hours to go before it was time. I drug myself inside and sat
It sucks when your first day of school in the middle of march right? That was me, as I was getting dressed I thought should make a good impression in front of these people. I straightened my hair it took so long to do,but I felt like it was worth it right? after I was all ready to go my dad said to me hurry up you 're going to miss the bus, I had no idea that I had to ride the bus you would think your mom or dad would drop you off considering that it was just down the street. I said to my dad, will you drop me off only today!
That day you invited me over after school and we spent the whole evening just talking, completly ignoring our homework and responsibilities. The next day I made sure to leave early just so I would have time to walk by your house to pick you up. We spent the whole walk talking about every imaginable subject, we almost missed the school we were so wrapped up in conversation. That walk went by way too quickly, and we had to say goodby untill lab class. That day we stayed late at school in the lab, just to have an excuse to be together, and I walked you home, dreading the moment I would have to say goodby to you again.
At age 11 I stepped up to do some of my mother’s duties while she was gone to work. I took care of my little sister who is 8 years younger than me. I cooked, cleaned, washed my uniform every day after school, before I sat down to study or do my homework, I was a brilliant study which was why I was in college at the age of 15, after doing a few semesters I was given an opportunity to come to the United States. I t was the hardest thing I have ever done, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to leave my family behind and moved to another part of the world alone but I wanted a better life for me and my family that was the main reason why I decided to leave Belize. I moved to the United States, no money or knowledge about America I struggled for a long time so it was difficult for me to go to school and continue my journey to become a nurse but it was something I always