My favorite mistake is one that I didn’t even consider a mistake at the time, maybe more of a mishap, or just one part of a long series of unfortunate events. But, looking at it in hindsight, I can tell you it was a mistake, definitely a mistake. It occurred on a beautiful, warm Saturday in May; school had just ended and life was looking up as summer was fast approaching with its promise of fun and sunshine. I was spending this gorgeous day with my mom and grandma out shopping for my brother’s graduation party, which was to occur the next day. ; and, wWe had just walked out of the Chesterfield Valley Olive Garden when I had the brilliant idea of convincing my mom to let me drive home.
The first example of why being skillful is so important in cases of resilience in Unbroken can be noticed when once the plane crashes into the ocean, Louie immediately puts his wits into action. Highlighted in the text: "Louie knew he had to get Phil 's bleeding stopped, but if he went to him, the raft would be lost and all of them would perish. He swam for the raft" (Hillenbrand 3). Louie backtracked and thought about the situations that could be thrown at him for each movement he made. He ended up using his natural instinct which was to save his whole crew over a bleeding cut.
Last year my mother and friends talked me into going on the school ski trip at Pebble Creek, and I’m glad I went because it was exhilarating. First, I came to school happy as can be. My friend Addy and I just wandered around because we weren’t leaving for about 10 minutes.
Hydrotherapy is a more common practice that works on strength in water. Adult suffering from PTSD have seen the dramatic results of dolphin therapy when they had more peace than they had gotten from any other type of therapy. As with anything, the benefits mentioned before come with great risks that need to be considered. People tend to forget that dolphins were not originally captive animals. That being said, it is very possible for them to be aggressive.
Megon Mancini: I would put this before the text evidence to lead into it. Megon Mancini: we are Megon Mancini: Underline or put in italics [Last Name] 2 Addy and her mother kept moving on matter what pain they went through the drive that they had such a strong impact on their lives. They have been through the worst of the worst they wanted to cry an scream and let all of it out but they held it together because they had hope and they kept on moving. "
and i was excited for all driving adventured to come with my friends. I felt nothing but excitement. Driving was everything i hoped and anticipated it to be, Except for one exception. One day in June i had just gotten out of school and my little brother had called me to pick him up from the opposite side of the school building, but with an unbearable line traffic i choose to take a lap around town to get to the other side, living in a small town i thought this would take less time then waiting in the line with no patience. I was at a red light very close to the school when i had a green arrow i proceeded on driving straight until very suddenly a car had pulled out directly into the street inches in front of me, with very little time to even get my foot on the brake, i had smashed directly into the driver side of the other car.
Growing up in the military, my family was always moving. It was enjoyable and saddening at the same time. I would always be crushed when we would get our Permanent Change of Station orders (PCS) after three years and I had to say good-bye to my newly found home. It was hard to leave everything behind and start over, but I became good at it. When I found out we were stationed in Fort Wainwright, Alaska I was overjoyed.
It felt like the small rocks were inside of me, gliding through my veins, destroying my nerves; but, I could still feel the ghosts of the fall. I knew I had to clean my hand up before things took a turn for the worse. Knowing that waiting would lead to worse consequences, I stumbled a quarter mile to our family friend’s house. Just by looking at their faces, I could tell that they knew they needed to act fast. Mrs. Craig, the friend’s mother, took me inside and gently dabbed a wet paper towel on my wound.
On the way to Brownsville, we made a pitstop at Galveston. We parked next to this beautiful, warm, sandy beach, and went on the Galveston Pier. My sister had just been dying to eat at Bubba Gump’s Shrimp, which I didn’t really think was that
I got 6th place in the tournament and was not happy but I gained experience and never gave up. My father and I drove back to Dallas and were greeted by the rest of my family who were all over the country and some in different countries. My Spring Break was fun because I got to spend five days with my dad and we did what we both love to do. I was upset that I did not win but you can’t always win and you have to learn how to lose and be a good loser.
I thought it was going to be a group of about ten. After we went over the rules we had to board a bus to the river itself, which was about forty minutes or so. After we had made there we were all told to get into a raft and sit on the edges but, of course my dad was in charge telling us all what to do. After, we had done a couple of rapids it was finally time for a swim break, of course I fell out and the water was freezing cold! As soon as I got back in I was back right
A word that comes to mind when I watch the movie, Blood in Blood Out is “raza.” To me this word symbolizes family, close friends, and brotherhood. For instance, the film has moments of great happiness with family, but also moments of despair with life. The movie Blood in Blood out has made me feel empathy with the Hispanic culture, the experience of gang violence, and the film reminds me of pain.