She spotted her younger sister down on the muddy field, who seemed just as excited as the rest of the crowd. She glanced around at her parents and older sister, Rachel, who started to chant Jenny’s name. I, Emma Rose Finn, continued to sit there and watch the world fly by me in a tangled ball of confusion and emotions. “Hurry up!” yelled Rachel as she let out an exasperated sigh. I quickly grabbed my bags sluggishly walked down the stairs.
My parents would tell me they would pay my phone bill for me if I watched my little cousins. Of course I would as much as they wanted me to then because I was getting something that I wanted. Negative rewards on the other hand were used a lot in my house. If I got good grades or woke up on time for school with out fussing, my mother would not make me do my chores for that day.
A big obstacle in my life was when my parents divorced. I wasn’t like my other sisters who wanted to live with just one parent, I wanted to live with both. I overcame this by just spending one week at a time with one parent and then it worked out. I thought everything was okay until my Mom decided she was going to move to a different town. I did not want to have to choose where to go by just picking one parent over the other so the best thing that I thought that I could do was list all the pros and cons of living with each parent and there was more pros to living with my Dad just because I was already settled in that town so I thought it would be better.
My educational goal is to pursue my passion of woodworking. From a very young age I dreamt of owning my own business. I 've always dreamt of going to college, and majoring in mathematics and business to be one step closer to my goal. I knew from a very young age that my dreams of going to college would be slim, because my mother, as a single parent worked to keep my brother and I content. It was difficult for her because, she was involved in an accident, that the doctors said she would never walk again.
I stood up to go over and get my best friend Veronica when the blue eyed munchkin came over. I was like an excited puppy waiting for him to finally cross the street. We were standing beside my favorite tree. It was the perfect tree to climb. All my excitement would soon be crushed by the wrecking ball he would throw
Children imitate adult figures. Therefore, children will imitate norms and habits parents perpetuate in the home. After Carolyn’s tragic death, Troy assumes the role of provider in the household, but why? Troy is not the eldest child. Again, Troy has a brother that is older than her, why doesn’t he assume the role of provider and care for Troy?
Despite their lack of academic experience, they managed to make ends meet. My mother was almost done with highschool, before she dropped everything to seek better opportunities in the US. My step father, who has been a part of my life since I was 4 years old, also did not acquire much of an education before coming to the US. Together they started a family and raised me to be grateful for everything that I have. To value the fact that I, unlike them, had a secured opportunity.
I asked God " why god do you have to take him, he 's so young?" I thought to myself " He wont get to see my wedding, the first house I buy, or when I have kids he would see he 's niece or nephew." I questioned Myself " what am I going to do without him here to help me with my problems?" Habit 6 connects to my family having to work together to get through this tough time in our family. Made us realizes how short life really is and how some people take it for granted.
I take having an education for granted. The only reason why is because of my parents and grand parents. It was difficult for them to come to a new country and not understand the langue. My grandparents had to learn english from my mother and father. My parents push me extremely hard to have a good education so that I can be successful in life.
White Board I grew up around teachers and school faculty, if I’m being honest some of them were my best friends. Of course, my mom was the secretary at my elementary school, and when I moved to the fifth and sixth grade school she moved with me. Most people would dread having the most embarrassing parent move schools just to stay with them, but it was nice having my mom there. I’m not gonna lie, there were perks. It was easier for me to come after school and work on homework or practice what we were learning, but in a way it made it harder for me to adjust when I didn’t have her there.
I always wanted a horse when I was little. I asked for one every Christmas I’d write it on my wish list and sometimes I’d just ask out of the blue for one. I love being around and helping animals, especially horses and cattle. I knew there was a lot of responsibility to take on if I were to get a horse. I already had cattle but for some reason I just really wanted a horse.
Kierra said she was not struck with the cane, but she saw Ali waving the cane at all of them when they would run by him, and he hit Amiyah, Samara, and Jayenna with the cane. Chantell Lutz contacted me and told me her daughter, Jayenna, was playing at the park with some friends. Lutz went on to say at about 2000 hours Jayenna told her a male had struck her on the lower right leg causing her to trip and fall to the ground. Jayenna was standing next to Lutz and showed me her right elbow and I observed she had a scrap that appeared to be fresh. Jayenna also showed me her lower right leg and pointed to a red mark on the inside portion and stated that was wear the cane had hit her.
This was it, the day was finally here. It was the day I had been waiting on for a while. It was the day of the softball camp. It was when the softball team got to teach younger girls. We were a little nervous going into the camp because the girls looked up to us.
That way, if I need help or something happens, my family is able to come to my aid. Determining where to go to college is a hard and stressful time, but with the knowledge of the colleges it can help make the decision easier. Growing up, my mother always begged me to go to Indiana University Southeast (IUS) and live at home. Being a teenager, I shot that idea down