High school has impacted my life in so many ways. High School taught me so many things, from personal relationships to creating a relationship with my education. As a freshman, I made a huge amount of mistakes and I regret doing foolish things, but I’ve realized, I was only maturing into the young adult I am today. Freshman year, I was out of focus and I was only trying to find myself. I would also prioritize other things and ignore my parent’s advice, where they would tell me to focus in school and give it my full attention.
Ever Changing – Never Leaving Kids-On-The-Streets have been around for a long time and their existence will probably exceed my eyes and yours, for they never leave but at the same time, they are never the same. I guess that statement is pretty vague, allow me to tell you a story so that you understand what I’m trying to tell you. For this story, I need you to play a game with me, a game of imagination, for the sake of this story I need you to imagine I am describing you, and your family members, of course, you can change my descriptions into what fits your scenario best, but since I do not know you, I’m just going to turn them into characters, so here we go… When your mother was a teenager, they were all plain as if they were neat little
Many say high school life is one of the most difficult times of a student’s journey, but mine was both challenging and exciting to cherish. I had stepped on my first day of eighth-grade class feeling the butterflies warm up my little self. I could still vividly remember how terrified I was of failing and disappointing myself. But as I come across this path I took, I had faced many ardent obstacles that had positively pushed me out of my comfort zone. Nothing could beat out the moments when I unraveled new horizons in learning academically and growing personally.
For example you don 't know how things work on your first day of a new job. Just like you don’t know how to handle the death of your beloved until it happens. Experience is not a state of being a person simply out grows from innocence. Both are states of mind that a person continues to go between throughout their lifetime. While this is an opinion, it brings to question the line between innocence and experience.
I am thankful for my grandparents, my family, and what I love the most, dance. Grandparents, where do I begin, they’re loving, they’re kind, and they always give, love and appreciate the things I give them. I know that my grandparents love me because of the sacrifices they give to spend time with me. They love me and hold me tight when I am feeling down and in tough times. Kind and loving are words to describe my grandparents because they always love me no matter, even if I did something wrong they never get mad.
That is exactly what happened every time I asked for a toy; I never got it due to money problems. As I progressed in age, I started to realize that toys weren’t going to benefit me ,that I needed to focus on my education which is the key to success. From that moment on I never gave up on anything, I always found a way to get end results. TRANSLATION- I wasn’t going to let anything tie me down from being successful. III.
My bad decision is one I think most are guilty of, waiting until the last minute on something important. In my case a paper due for a class that I didn’t start working on until the weekend before it was due. Now waiting until the last minute to start the paper itself wasn’t the bad decision but act of trying to get it done in time since I chose to procrastinate was. To start off evaluating why I was silly enough to do this I have to start off with my purpose of thinking. For me at the time my purpose of thinking was to decide on how I should write my paper in time for the due date.
My cultural identity is formed by the things most important to me such as my family, goals, and values. My family is one factor that defines my cultural identity. As a young child I always grew up spending time with my parents and younger sister without any worries. That changed however towards the middle of last year. Everything was perfectly fine just like any other day.
As I mentioned before, my family is, and always has been, my biggest motivators. I have my mother, three sisters, and one brother. Collectively, they have been my backbone. Throughout my life, they have been there to help me deal with the hardships I faced, and they have also been there to help me celebrate the accomplishments I achieved. I know that no matter what, they will always have my back.
What if people don’t notice Abz? What if they just notice boring Abigail? Friday 14th September 2009 What a week it’s been, finally glad the weekends here I can finally chill out and not be the new girl. If I was back home my notifications would be on overload but seems like none of my old friends have stayed in touch, Mom keeps saying “Give it time.” She doesn’t understand if they we’re going to stay in touch they would it only takes 2 seconds to send a text. Wednesday 18th September 2009 2 days left and it’s the weekend again, seems to be flying by thing are looking up though I’ve been invited to a party on Saturday quite a few people are going only a few I actually know.
I know our one month anniversary isn 't the most spectacular, but just wait til we hit the one year mark, or even every year after that until we surpass the 50 or 60 year mark. This is still the first chapter in our life together, there are many more to go. Hell, there 's even a few more books to make in our process of loving one another until death do us apart. Even then, I 'll be buried right
I was totally feeling like a fish out of water, on the day I received feedback on my assignment. At that point I became really worried and I had all these terrible thoughts in mind such as “what if I fail?” and what if I have to repeat another semester?” As I being on a level of distinction average, I’ve never failed anything in my life and a pass minus was just contributing to my low self-esteem. I got a pass minus, so I thought of putting more effort and I have no idea how to tell my parents. I need to tell them today before they know from someone else. I was really scared to tell them because they were really strict and I had no idea how the will
My skin got thicker, my tongue got sharper and I grew up. I stopped caring what people thought of me. I decided somewhere along my journey that what happens happens. I cannot control the future or change the past. The only thing I have any command over is the present so I have to make the best of it.
When I started Wheatmore in 2013 as a freshman I never pictured myself where I am today. Wheatmore is so much different than middle school there is more work, more people and more exhausting but fun all at the same time. Being a freshman I could not wait to turn six-teen to get my license and earn my own money. I remember being so excited when I got hired at Just Save. Now I work two jobs and go to school.