In high school rodeo, I always do anything to make my equine athletes feel their best. Our horses travel together so much that they pretty become a team. My horses, parents, and myself are a great team. My parents and I take care of the horses, while the horses take care of us. The horses love their job and being able to have one instead of doing nothing.
In “The Osage Firebird” by Sudipta Bardhan, the author discusses the life and hard work of Maria Tallchief. Betty Marie, best known as Maria Tallchief, always wanted to be a ballerina. Since she was a kid, until she became an adult, her dream was to be a professional dancer. Maria made her dream come true and became a dancer. Body 1:
but sometimes they don’t turn out the way hero’s want and most of the time they do. Katniss had a quest to go into the hunger games and win after she volunteered to take her sister 's spot. When they arrived to the capital her quest began, she went to trainings to train and to watch the other tributes to see what their strongest at doing. When training was over and it was time to go into the arena to battle for your life katniss was nervous but she went in with a brave face. As more and more people
Positionality Paper Throughout the semester, we have had the opportunity to study many different social identities and their impacts on my life. For the purpose of this paper, the three social identities I have decided to focus on are: gender, nation of origin and race. Key Influences/Specific Events My gender was my first known identity, even before my name was given or before I had taken my first breath.
The Crucible: Salem Witch Trials: Rebecca Nurse Close your eyes and picture a lovely old lady, snuggling her grandchildren, baking pies, running around taking her granddaughter to dance recitals and her little, macho man to flag football. Then, each and every night falling down on her knees and praying to our Lord above, to protect those grandbabies of hers and for them to grow in His word. This woman is there for every widow of the community, loving them through their loss. She is at every church benefit and every town meeting. This woman stands on the corner of Main Street each day seeking out someone new to talk to about Jesus Christ, and the salvation he gives to each and every person.
The narrator is a woman embarking on a career as a governess. She vividly described what she did before she would be leaving, which helps to understand that she is excited to leave. For example, she says “I now busied myself in preparations: the fortnight passed rapidly.” The narrator made sure she was busy so that the time would pass quicker, since she was so happy to embark. She also states “I had brushed my black stuff travelling-dress, prepared my bonnet, gloves, and muff; sought in all my drawers to see that no article was left behind; and now having nothing more to do, I sat down and tried to rest.”
When I was 14, I saw my remarkable cousin walk across the stage to receive her award for all her years of dedication to be inducted into National Honor Society. She encompassed all the requirements for entrance into the National Honor Society and ever since then, I have had my mindset on following in her footsteps and stepping even farther to conquer the indefinite. As I opened the letter to be invited to apply for membership, I could not even remember the last time my eyes and smile sprouted that immense because to me, being nominated to be a member of the National Honor Society is an honor in itself. I would be thrilled to join such a society because of the limitless opportunities it would present to me. Joining NHS would allow me to grow as a person and do as much as I can for others.
Heather Whitestone McCallum Miss Deaf America Intro: I. Attention Getter: Can you imagine standing onstage, thousands of people cheering in the audience, and millions watching in anticipation from their televisions at home, as you are getting ready to be crowned Miss America, but not being able to hear anything? 29 years ago that is how Heather Whitestone McCallum felt, she was the first Miss America with a disability and she was born right here in Alabama. II.
During the spelling bee month, I decided to compete in the French spelling contest. The day of the competition came in a blink of an eye and evoked a hysterical feeling inside of me. I felt frightened and excited all at the same time. When I heard my name called out in the contest, I thought what Ray Bradbury had once said, "Jump, and you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fall," which means that risks must be taken because the greatest danger in life is to not take any risks.
In the movie, Mulan’s leadership was portrayed through her actions in the movie. First of all, she planned to take her father’s place to be a soldier after she saw her father suffering from the body illness and her mother feels sorrowful that her husband has to return to the battlefield. Hence, she gave up her woman identity and be a man to fight for her family without announcing them. She cut off her hair which means a lot to the people in the past, and full armed that show her determination. Then, she manage to organize the scattered soldiers by proving herself.
There once was a young girl who loved rodeo with her heart, her horses were her unsurpassed friends in the world. Ordinarily, she would wake up early just to practice all of her events which include barrels, poles, goats, breakaway, team roping and ribbon roping. Due to, she strived to achieve her goal of the Jr. High National Finals Rodeo, due to the fact that it was her last year in Jr. High Rodeo. Skylar was her name and she rode horses all throughout her life. Furthermore, she connected with any horse she rode, but she connected with her barrel horse, Toeska, she would exercise and concatenation him on the barrels every day.
One part that stood out to me when reading the book, was the scene between Lennie and Curley’s wife in the barn. This scene was when I realized that she was one of my favorite characters in the book. It was nice to hear her talk about how she had a great fantasy of being a movie actress, but this was thwarted by a bad talent agent, and her mother. Like other men on the ranch, Curley’s wife suffers from lack of love and attention, and also from having her dreams sacrificed for Curley. You understand then, that she has reasoning for her wandering around the ranch, looking for someone to talk to.
This is Madelynn 's last year with us to shoot, she is graduating and going to continue her shooting career with University of Tennessee at Knoxville, she is going to be greatly missed by her teammates. Madelynn has proven her roll as team President by accepting challenges that has been given to her by SCI (Safari Club International) and Quail Unlimited by working hand in hand with there management on banquets and outings her roll was helping organize our athletes and manage them while their raffles and side games was being operated for fund raisers during there banquet. I have been amazed to stand back and watch her take charge. Madelynn has assisted other youth that was competing
If you want to know the value of a second, ask a hopeful right before sign drop. Drill team girls from all over Texas and even out of state have high hopes of becoming part of the future line of The Kilgore College Rangerettes. Every year the competition gets tougher and the girls hoping for a spot on the prestigious drill team are becoming more competitive and stronger dancers. I was one of these girls who decided to take a chance and endure a week long audition and hope to see my tryout number on the sign in Dodson Auditorium on July 17, 2015. Unfortunately, I was not one of the girls chosen for the 76th line of Rangerettes.
It was July 4, 2016, when the thought of losing weight and having a toned body was a way of the past. Barbell Republic Strength and Conditioning opened their doors offering an array of cardio, strength training, and weightlifting workouts. I have always been competitive from junior high into high school (I wanted to be first) and participating in Cross Fit it has fulfilled my desire to compete. On the 8th of April, 2017, my friend Stephanie and I competed in a local charitable Cross Fit challenge in Las Vegas. The event was a day full of competition, food, supplements, clothing lines and most importantly giving back.