I’ll never forget how I felt the first time I walked into Prairie Ridge High School. I was surrounded by approximately sixteen hundred other students and I knew exactly none of them. I had never been that alone before and when I walked through the cafeteria doors, I felt the first seed of doubt that maybe I should have stayed in Union, with my mom. At that moment, I wanted to turn around and run out of Prairie Ridge, hop in the car, and drive the four hundred miles back to my friends, my teammates, and the majority of my family. Instead, I took a deep breath and sat down.
In supporting Julie Kitchens trip to Boston Massachusetts, RHA Direct Support Staff packed up her luggage according to travelling standards. She was also provided an extra supply of all her medications so she would not run out on her trip. The QMRP, Mary Gregory provided Julie, help in filling out the necessary paperwork to secure special assistance during her trip to Boston Massachusetts, spending a week and flying on an airplane. The QMRP, also provided emergency medical paperwork and information to her legal guardians to help with registration for her flight to Boston Massachusetts. She was allowed accommodations and accessibility to all of the attractions she wanted to participate in such as watching her brother play his violin for a concert
Have you ever wondered what would happen if the world was completely submerged in water today? How would you feel if your racial background dictated whether or not you were rescued? Even worse, what would you do if it dictated if you lived or died today? These are some questions that are present when hurricane season comes around every year. In todays society these are things that we should not have to consider since this is a forward moving generation.
The finish line loomed ever closer with each stride I took. Ba-dum.. Ba-dum.. Ba-dum. I could feel my heart beating wildly against my chest; the world seemed to slow down, and the tune of an Akan hymn from church service the night before echoed in my mind.
Journey to Residency The coming of age for most people comes with change and many responsibilities, but I believe everyone has their own path. For me, the changes and responsibilities I faced I believe are not the most traditional. Immigrants in the United States must gain legality to work, go to college, or receive any type of benefit. It's also not an easy process, not anyone can acquire this and I can definitely say this from my own experience.
In 1770, Living in Boston was a rugged and hard life for the colonists. Jerry and Jim, who were best friends, were awfully foolish and clumsy. They always creeped down the streets with rocks and clubs. When the boys saw Bristish soldiers, they snuck upon them and beat the soldiers up. The colonists in Boston did not want war but the wicked boys were going to cause it.
Hi everyone! It 's Ericka. This upcoming spring I have the opportunity to finish my middle school years with a over night 8th grade field trip to Boston. This field trip is to be a lot of fun and lasts a few days, but it 's going to be a bit costly. My school is trying to run a fund raiser to help pay some of the expenses for this trip.
Moving to Cleveland was one of the worst days of my life. My mom told us to pack our bags because we were moving to one of the best and most beautiful places in Ohio. I was an idiot and thought Ohio would be just like The Woodlands. I thought they would have winning teams, lots of trees, and comfy neighborhoods with parks, but it was exactly the opposite.
BOOM! Thunder and rain shattered my eardrums as we passed the 20th McDonalds that day. The rain was coming down so hard that we could hardly see the road. This vacation will be one to remember. Every year, we go to Missouri to visit my mother’s family.
On Thursday, August 31st, I decided to attend the Kelleanor block party that my undergraduate college was hosting in collaboration with Global Studies. Although the term “party” usually makes me want to run in the opposite direction, I was instantly hooked when I found out laser tag would be among one of the many activities offered at the event. You could say that I’m a competitive person who loves trying new things, so I figured laser tagging would provide me with a new experience. The fact that some of my favorite restaurants like Shake Shack and Chipotle would be providing free food to the attendees sealed the deal for me: I was going to my first block party! As soon as I arrived, I noticed that the lines for the food stalls were a bit