It all began after my first semester here at A&M. I was somewhat disappointed because I had hoped to meet lots of new people and make new friends but that wasn’t exactly the case. You hear how people make some of their truest and lifelong friends in college however, after my first semester I still didn’t have any friends here. It was hard because I moved here from Idaho so I was completely starting over and also because I was fairly shy. So here was my first summer in Texas and I didn’t have anyone to enjoy it with. That’s when I decided to get a job to hopefully make friends that way. I started applying for several places online and then one day I got a call from Texas Roadhouse asking if I could come in for an interview. I had no idea that very phone call was about to change my life for the better! At first I had no idea …show more content…
Throughout my time at Texas Roadhouse I have learned many life lessons. For instance how to be a team player, a restaurant doesn’t function properly if everyone isn’t doing his or her job. I have gained a great amount of patience from handling all sorts of people that I come across. I have broken out of my shell and am much more outgoing because it’s extremely hard to be shy when your job is literally talking to people. Then there are the relationships I have built. Texas Roadhouse really has become a second family to me. We have a saying which is “Once a Roadie, Always a Roadie,” which I thought was more of a joke when I first started but now I see that it is not. We are a family and I know I can count on them when I need someone. When people say that about making their truest friends in college I took it very literally but now I see it isn’t confined to just meeting people in a classroom its about the people you meet during your college years. I have made some very loyal and amazing friends because of my time at Roadhouse and I’ll never forget how it has changed my life for the
One of the most unforgettable friendships I had made on the team was with Abby Atkins. When we were younger we were so close. I remember staying at her house all the time and we’d always act mindless. One time we spray painted the initial of our first name in her grass; we had to cover it up with a bucket so her father didn’t see it.
When observing the increasing presence and influence of minorities within Texas one can see how much of an impact these communities have had on the state of Texas by shaping it into a state filled with diversity, cultural roots, and innovation to grow the community. Texas has undergone a notable growth demographically in recent decades as minority communities including Hispanic/Latino, African American, and Asian populations have made Texas one of the most diverse states and the second largest growing state with a population of 30 million as of 2022 (Bureau, 2023). With the continuing growth of minority communities, their presence and impact have brought significant change to Texas’ social, economic, and political affairs. Texas can be seen
During July 19-22 of 2012, Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. It was a very hot day about 90 degrees. We were like in a middle of a hay field. I was with my best friends. There were trucks everywhere and a lot of adults and younger people drinking and dancing to country music.
The environment is affable and exuberant. The appearance of Texas Roadhouse allows customers to experience a western style. Although Texas Roadhouse, is somewhat of a higher end restaurant, the abundance of wood features that decorate the restaurant gives it a laid back and casual look. Which is perfect for a small city.
Fifty-two chapters, thousands of girls, timeless friendships through sisterhood, one big family. I’ve always known that I wanted to move away from home for greater opportunities and experiences. Although my parents were very optimistic about my decisions and the route I chose, it was difficult to leave home. The five-hour flight alone, the lonesome nights without my family, the horrifying first day speeches and upperclassmen, having no car to get around, and maybe the possibility of not liking your dorm roommates.
Me and Woes are on a road to the Texas Roadhouse to tell stories about the Roadhouse tales. Then we hopped in the woe-mobile on our way to tell our tales. Many people have heard our stories but many have not , that's why we are on our quest for those who have not , the more they listen , the more they learn , After our lesson, much will be learned. Me and the woe have stopped at a stop , we take minute to have a thought.
It was a sun filled day, although it was humid the air was brisk as expected in its early May fashion. A wind of a years ' worth of heart filled sweat and anxiety all resulting in this one spring day in early May running through our central Texas venue. A list of needs, worries, and if the will be enough and if the food will be up to par, all running through my mind and at the same time pacing front to back as if this list of things was actually necessary to express the love that was already made apparent when a man knelt on one knee and proposed I be his wife. You dream of this day as a young girl from the first time you see a wedding dress.
The environment in which I was raised in is not exactly the best looking area in Houston. Whether it’s the thinner roads, bigger ditches, or smaller houses, my area just isn’t the most luxurious. However, that doesn’t stop my community, family, and I from enjoying our lives. We have adapted to this area and have continuously grown to endure the many struggles that accompany us in our daily lives. We have grown so much, that we are basically like the overgrown grass that doesn’t stop growing.
As I stepped foot on the people mover on my way to Cedar Bend I didn't know what to expect. Everyone had said to keep an open mind but it was hard because I didn't know my Peer Advisor or anyone in the core. At the end of Cedar Bend my Peer Advisor and my other core are some of my best friends. I never would have thought a trip to Cedar Bend would change my life. One thing I learned about myself is, I get to caught up in the world around me.
When I was eighteen, I started to working at CVS Distribution Center. I wasn’t very happy I didn’t know anybody, working like a ghostly figure for months no one noticed. All of that changed when I was invited to join a Fantasy Football League. I did not know anybody in the league there was a weird feeling at first, our league was a very diversified group with many different personalities, and ethnicities. But who knew that a group of different backgrounds would form very close friendships.
Everytime I feel uncomfortable or I really need someone to talk to, I can rely on them to understand. I have old friends and new friend but they all treat me so well and I wouldn’t give them up for anything. I moved to elkhorn in fourth grade, and when I was that old none of my friends had phones, so I never kept in touch with all of my old friends, except Kara. Me and her have been ‘besties for the resties’ ever since kindergarten.