The best time of my life was senior year. My goals were achieved, I received the recognition in becoming team caption and number one of the girl’s golf team. I pushed myself hard my senior year; trying to reach my last goal, to shoot in the high 70s. Every tournament I would get the second, third, or fourth place out of the six other schools that were present. However, every time that I played I was shooting an 80 or 81.
There were many advantages but one of the most notable was that I finally felt I was in control of my life. Previously I allowed myself to be shoved around and gave up much say in my life. However, once I took back control of my life I realized how much different, and better, it is to be the one in charge of my life. I could go out with my friends or see a movie and not feel as if I had to get permission first. Now the transition to this was rough; my schedule had been so dominated and determined by someone else that it was difficult to be put back into the ‘driver’s seat’ of my life.
Introduction The “Necklace” is a unique story, which serves as a lesson for all to learn; since life is unpredictable, and being content with what we have and who we are is crucial, no matter the circumstances. The story by Guy De Maupassant was well written with clarity and the shift between scenes was brilliant; likewise, speaks a volume of why contentment is important. The story talks about Madame Loisel the wife of a clerk, and how she wishes to be like the upper class, led her and her husband to ten years of rigid labor to replace the missing necklace she borrowed from a friend to attend an extravagant party. Theme The theme that I see in “The Necklace”, by Guy De Maupassant, is a pleasure-seeking and conceited wife of a clerk. Mathilde, who is married to a clerk that could not cater to her elaborate and luxury lifestyle due to scarcity can only imagine beautiful and expensive things start to develop self-indulgence and pride.
Since day one, I envisioned the day I would step out onto the glistening, emerald green grass in my lucky cleats with a ball at my feet. Seeing around 1.5 million fans watching me, I would slowly spin in a circle and try to convince myself that this was not a dream. I saw myself beaming ever so brightly in my red, white, and blue jersey on World Cup day, forever cherishing that once-in-a-lifetime experience that I had achieved. As a child, I had hoped that those dreams and goals I aspired to obtain would someday become reality. With setting, working towards, and achieving goals comes hardships, pain, and doubts, for achieving your dreams is a long and tedious journey that will eventually bring you genuine happiness as it did for me.
And now I’m taking Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Bulacan State University, new school probably. Coping with my environment now is not difficult. And so far, I’m delighted at what I’m doing even if countless of school works are going on. Yelly’s Theory Success in Life Commonly, people see success as having a superb house and billions of money. But for me, success is when you fulfilled and achieved whatever you want in your life.
My life is so eventful, all have so much meaning. My first colossal birthday party. Also when my mom and dad got a divorce, and the best one is when my dad said that he was gonna adopt me. They all have a lot of meaning no matter how cliché they are. No matter how bad these events can get, they made me who I am, so I love each and every one.
I understood that it is necessary to value people surrounding you and to deeply consider the possible results of your actions, taking responsibility for them. The story happened when I was twelve years old and Rosie was ten. I was our parent’s oldest child, with brown hair and clever eyes, and this was giving me huge advantage over Rosie and was helping to consider myself as a perfection. For twelve year old perfect and clever girl, Rosie was a bit stupid, because she trusted everyone and believed to everything.
My Dream to Serve Ever since I was little, I have always admired people who served our country. I still remember all of the stories that my mother would tell about her career in the military. I didn’t understand it as much as I do now, but I was still admired at what she would tell. During my middle school years, I would occasionally read books and articles about the military, and what they would do during their everyday lives. It would make me feel like I had a purpose in life, and it would make me feel better about myself, and that is when I decided to have a dream about going into the Air Force.
The sound of my teammates and coach cheering as they heard my name being called out. I sat there in complete shock while secretly freaking out inside because I couldn't believe that out of all the other talented girls, I got first. Now that was not the only reason I am glad that I went out for golf. I am grateful for all the amazing people I met along the way. We also get to golf for free, ride golf carts, make amazing memories with my teammates that will last a lifetime, and of course the important life values I learned along the
Daryl Koh is the highest-ranked Singaporean on the list who now plays for China Team Vici Gaming, won US$470,000 so far. Prize money is not the only reason why eSports is a growing trend. But also because the enticement of competitive gameplay is addictive, it garners millions of supporters worldwide. "Throughout my pro-gaming journey, I travelled several times to various overseas countries for competitions, in addition to local ones; the first-hand experience of gamers' exuberant passion, especially at the major international events, was a sight to behold and became the main contributing factor why I stayed in the eSports scene," said 22 year-old Lim Zhi Ping, famously known as d4rkness who represented Singapore in playing Dota 2 and League of Legends internationally. "There are increasing amounts of people and organizations coming up to support the eSports scene."