This story inspired me and it would be great to donate toys and game to homeless shelters and try to volunteer to play some games with the kids. You can see if your able to teach a sport to kids in homeless shelters, and let try things they do not usually get to do. Another thing that would be great to do is to set us a free sports event for the kids to see. You could try to have athlete 's volunteer to play. Any fun game is a great way to cheer up someone who does not always get these opportunities.
In my teenage years I started to understand societies way of thinking. Why risk everything to educate your girl child when she is prone to pregnancy and other things that would stop her education? My mom would say to her older brother my uncle why not let the girls go to school and he would respond then who will help me on the farm. I just thought it was unfair because his son attended school regularly. We struggle thru many years and when it was time for me to go to college my mom could not afford to pay for me to attend so I decided I would work and pay my own way.
I thought school was kinda’ fun and I enjoyed playing with my friends at recess. My life was normal. But one day after school my Dad called us all into the family room. My Dad was usually one to always be happy and not one to easily show defeat, but that day he looked sort of dejected as we all sat down
As I move forward with my first semester of college, I am bringing pieces of all of these people with me.. So, I’m going to continue on in college knowing I have so many people behind me. I will also always remember that the most important thing they could have taught me was to simply be
However, after I fathered my first born I knew I had to do something different for him. I wanted him to have a better chance at life than I did. The choices I make should never affect my young in a negative way. And being a part of a family who are well accomplished I knew I had to stop making excuses and join the happy club of successful people. That is when I began to search for schools that I could be myself in and enjoy furthering my education.
I know everything happens for a reason, but sometimes I wish I knew what that reason was. I was born on the 19th of August 2000, in a home where the struggles of life drifted me away from education. It was more of a place where I grew up without a father. Although, my mother raised me, I lived long years with my siti (grandmother). When I was six-years-old, my mother had to leave for eight months, as to where she was going and why, I had no clue.
For thanksgiving i stay local. I go to my grandma's house, with family. I see really all of my mom's family their, all of parents. Before lunch we play outside and play basketball or football in the back yard. Then we go inside to eat then turnaround and drink all of grandpa's coffee and donuts he sets aside for later , but eventually we the grandchildren find them.
As the evening continued, I had come to the realization that I was not feeling all that well, but I was determined to make it through to dinnertime. The family gathered at the table to pray before the meal, and I gazed at the glistening turkey and magnificent dishes before me in awe. During prayer, I
I attended college right after college because I wanted to add to what I’ve already learned in high school. Also I knew what I wanted to do and be in life. The things that was taught in high school was still be fresh to me. I was one of the fortune students who qualified for TOPS and federal grants to pay for my pricy tuition. I think if I would have had to pay out of pocket for tuition, I would have been one of those who would have set out for a while before attending.
It was a great gig, and I was naturally a great salesman, I made just enough to help my family. For the first time ever I became the main source of income for the family. Feeling proud and accomplished I overlooked the sacrifice I was making. I was among the millions of children around the world who worked instead of receiving an