As stated, I have always been very adventurous so the activities I enjoyed as a child often involved me being outdoors where I played sports, rode bikes or attended recreational events. Not only did I play sports I enjoyed watching them just as much. I was a fanatic spectator for every major team sport. I’ve never been partial to any particular sport but my top picks were those that I also played which were baseball, basketball, football and soccer. Outside of playing sports, at age 5 my father taught me how to ride a bike and I have been cycling ever since.
I believe arriving at my house that we would stay there for a long time until we needed a bigger house or needed to move closer to my school. I believe learning the language was very easy because of the French and English school I was attending. When I was done with learning the language I was finally able to go to a full American school which I believe was very life changing because of my new friends and teacher. I believe that it was my first American public school and I was very excited to be there for two years until I couldn’t stay there because I was going to the fifth grade which they didn’t have. I believe the next school I went to also helped to shape me into the person I am today, it was my first ever catholic school and I had made tons of new friends that I still have to this
Daembus Path Madison enjoys writing, cooking pasta, and long walks on the beach. She plays a variety of sports and likes to draw a variety of things. I remember walking down this pathway every day, to and from school. The soft, tickling breeze moved the branches and leaves in a graceful motion. Snow would dance down the air to land on the white, frozen ground.
Would you volunteer for this organization again? Why or why not? Of course, I will. Moreover, I have plans to persuade my sister, some of my friends and people who take an interest in volunteerism and social development. The Hub Childline Foundations gave me lots of good experience and good memories even though there are many facing problems come to me sometimes, but that makes me learn to resolve riddle and grow up because in daily life of mine didn’t happen that much.
Initial rebellion were tantrums; fake tears spilt in hopes of avoiding practice sessions. As time slowly passed, I fell in love with the big, wooden instrument. Daily practices quickly flew by as I buried my daily stress under a large pile of old, wrinkled sheet music. That view quickly changed my freshman year of high school. My good meaning mother,
I always enjoyed partaking in church’s mission programs like Swanthnam (a day with old age people), or taking care of sick people. At these missions I got to know more about Dr. Sunil Cherian, a member of the church and who is also an enthusiast in church’s activities. In my high school days, I got to take part in one of the dental camps conducted by him for Down syndrome kids. I was captivated by the way he approached kids. He was so compassionate with them that even the stubborn kids showed him their mouth.
The summer of my junior year I had a severe injury which made me led me but no choice to let go of my other sports and my after school music activities. It was a burden on my shoulders because I loved doing all the activities but in the end, it was all about getting better grades, improving my playing skills and most importantly for me to get healthy again. I worked through the difficult times so I could be there for my team. Teamwork was possibly the most valuable lesson I learned from Lacrosse. Learning to work together with other individuals to achieve a common goal is a skill that I have used and will continue to use, for the rest of my life.
Raised all my life in Puerto Rico and then transferring to America was a great challenge. I had to overcome various difficulties in order to adapt to new ideas, cultures, and lifestyles. One of the obstacles I encountered was adapting to school. Since I was five my parents wanted me to imbibe the English language in order to have an exceptional future filled with opportunities, but when I arrived all my hard work in learning English did not seem to matter at my middle school. I arrived in this country thinking I was going to be in the most challenging classes and be at the top but reality smacked me in the face the first day I entered eighth grade.
Whenever I needed help, I would ask my French teacher or classmates for clarification on what I was struggling with. I love learning new things, every little thing that I learn becomes part of who I am. Learning French was an amazing opportunity that my school gave me. This relates to the person that I am because, I like interacting with people and learning things from them, for example their likes and dislikes, where they come from, and getting to know the variety of people that live on this planet because we are all human but we aren 't the same. We are all different in our own little ways, so being able to speak with other people who speak English or Spanish or French in my opinion is a great
I don’t only want to change their lives with medicine but change their lives with empathy and compassion. Also, while being in the hospital while being treated with Leukemia another nurse had effect with me becoming a BSN because this certain nurse also was diagnosed with Leukemia when she was young. She shared her experience with me. This gave me hope and encouragement to continue fighting my cancer. Therefore, as a nurse I want to give some child hope and encouragement with my