Lani: I was helping for someone’s project for COMM 245; I was in the video lab, in the studio. I was on campus and decided to contact everyone I knew who comes to the school. I remember I sent out a snap saying guys I think there is a shooting, be careful and then I started sending out individual texts to people making sure they were okay, like hey are you good? Stay out of an area.
Monologue of an Outsider (Running on stage) I’m finally home. (Taking off backpack) I don’t want to ever go back to school again. I wish I never moved to Canada.
The Horrible Sight Have you ever been scared and felt bad at the some time? Well, if you haven’t, I have a story that you might want to listen to. One spring day, my friend Aaron and I were playing video game,s and I decided to go play outside.
On 04/30/16, at 6:37pm, I was dispatched to 1552 Jonathan Drive, on a follow up on an injury possible dangerous or vicious dog, owner known, animal confined. I arrived at the house and spoke to dog owner Thomas Sawyers to verify dog license and rabies tags. Mr. Thomas provided the necessary information. Mr. Thomas admitted that he purchased the dog license after the incident. I issued Mr. Sawyers a violation for failure to license.
Today is the being of my third clinical experience here at Avalon Care Center. The past two clinical days have very exciting and I have felt my confidants grow after each experience, going into each new clinical stronger than the previous one. After hearing some interesting feedback from my fellow classmates after our group discussion, I have been looking forward for today. Today clinical assignment was in the Rehabilitation unit also referred to as the “Hallway of Hope”, where patients are admitted from the hospital until there’re strong enough to return home setting or will be transferred to the Long Term Care unit.
I decided to talk about how I 've never been out of the state. I have been able to go somewhere many times and it never happens. Everyone in my family has been out of the state many times but me. Everyone always talks about how they went out of the state for vacation but I can talk about going out of the state because I haven 't ever been out of the state.
Have you ever felt like you could just go and do something extraordinary but you are too scared to take a risk and go for it? A quote from Robert Frost that says “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” This quote has helped me a lot and it could help others as well. The quote has taught me that if I keep after the same road, I would not change anything and everything is going to go the same way it is going. This quote can make other people realize that by going a different way than someone else that could change it all and everything could go better and if they stay in the same road then nothing is going to change.
Growing up I did not have one single environment like most people did, I was constantly facing new situations and meeting new people. However, there is one environment in my life unlike any other children of my age experienced or ever would, and that is spending most of their childhood at a flea market. I was born in South Texas and raised by a single mother and my grandmother. My family is very small due to the fact the rest of my family lives in a different country, Mexico.
Traveling from city to city after every two years since childhood made me realize how much there is to learn and explore. This nomadic lifestyle of mine gave me a thirst to travel and learn about new places, diverse people, and their surroundings. Traveling became a part of life because I am the daughter of an armed officer, but the extensive change in locations made me hungry for more experience. It captivated me to my deepest core. Little did I know that this carving for new adventures would remain with me.
I was about 10 years old when I went in my second haunted house ever in Dubuque, Iowa. It was a huge building made out of dark wood and metal. Although it’s appearance was scary, I wasn’t very scared because I went to one in Clear Lake, and I didn’t get scared at all. In fact, I felt brave because my 8 year-old brother, Zack, was scared and I wasn’t. Zack was taking it way too literally as he always did.