In the future, I want to achieve many accomplishments. Furthering my education is currently my main priority. By continuing my education, I’m going to gain more knowledge and experience in the real world. Going to post-secondary school for 2-3 years is going to provide for me so much in the future. Obtaining my associates in applied science degree in radiography is my first step to become successful in life. After completing my education at Western Technical College; I intend to continue my education at Mayo School of Health Sciences in Rochester to receive my radiation therapy certification. The following characteristics will help me achieve my educational goals and many more: bilingual, trustworthy, humble, hardworking, honest, focused, confident,
My major accomplishments will be regarded as reaching out to the professional Hockey league. To reach out to my goal, I would have to work and train hard or I will not make it. Also that would include missing out on hanging out with my friends, going to parties, and avoiding circumstance were drinking, or drugs come in place, because both of those would end my career.
An example of a life changing milestone is something that changes a person’s perspective and thinking about themselves. I’m writing about how one Christmas changed how I acted, thought, and felt about myself. It was an early Christmas morning, I got up to the smell of freshly baked pancakes and bacon. I hurried up and got dressed so I could go eat some breakfast.After I ate breakfast I had to wait for my grandmother to arrive.When she got there we opened all but one present under the tree. It had my name on it and it was in a little tiny box, so tiny I almost didn’t see it. I slowly opened it to find a little note. On the note it told me to go into the garage. In the garage was another note, that lead back to the house and under the stairs.
At the start of my seventh and his ninth grade year we were the dynamic duo, and besides being in a different building during the day we were inseparable. We were together everyday after school, then one day in May close to the end of the school year he told me he was moving away to Illinois in two weeks and I was heartbroken. During the last two weeks we had together we were connected at the hip , only separating for the school day. When the night before he was leaving finally came, I got off the bus at his house and helped him pack up the last of his things. The next morning I went back to his house to say our final goodbyes, and it was the hardest goodbye that I have ever had to say. We hugged and cried and I watched him drive away for the very last time and my heart fell to the floor. After he left I sat in his driveway and I didn’t wanna move, I remembered every single
Looking back I probably should of been less wild and more low key going into freshman year of highschool. However I do not regret a single thing I have done in the past two years of my life. Still an incoming freshman I was well aware of what I was doing but I still acted as if I was older and forgot all my real friends. Though who needs real friends when you fall in love, freshman year of highschool? Her name is Sarah and she’s the girl that was once the other half of something so sweet but now so bitter. Our whole 2 year relationship replays in my head from the very start every time i'm laying on the couch with this new girl who is nothing like Sarah.
You’re a freshman right now. You’re soft, sensitive, and vulnerable. You’ll meet a girl who happens to be four years older than you. You’ll give her all of your heart. You will open up to her and believe every word she tells you, most of which turn out to be lies. You’ll start lying to your family because of her. She’ll demand you stop talking to friends that she doesn’t like. She will be the reason you let your grades drop. She will have complete and utter control over you, but you won’t notice, nor believe it if someone told you at that time.
Grace, a fourth grade student, sat with her parents at the park. The excited little girl was telling her parents all about her teacher, Mrs. Triple, when something caught her eye: a red butterfly fluttering about the colorful flowers. She immediately ceased speaking and bolted over to see what this fabulous creature was! The way that it glided from flower to flower simply entranced her; Grace thought this creature was the most fantastic thing in the world. It simply amazed her that something so small could be so beautiful; as a result, she watched the butterflies in the park for hours. Unfortunately, her parents did not appreciate this behavior as their daughter was not paying attention to them. They told her that was
In the fourth grade, I developed a crush on this guy whom I shall call N. It was an intense, but immature kind of love most often described as “puppy love” to many people. Being a shy, slightly overweight, and comically awkward fourth grader, I formed my first crush on a boy who would talk to me everyday and made me feel “special”. Of course, when fourth grade ended, the crush ended with the year and life continued on. The Earth was still spinning and I didn’t shed any tears. The following year, I found out N moved to a different elementary school and I thought nothing of it. I didn’t expect to see him again.
At times, obstacles can stand in ones way of accomplishing goals. But is the accomplishment worth the fight? Growing up in a single parent, low socioeconomic, household of five, I know overcoming obstacles far too well. I can honestly say I learned my conquering tactics from the best, my mother. Making ends meet has been a way of life for my family. Although we were living paycheck to paycheck, it is only by the grace of God we made it through. Without a dime to send me or my siblings to college, she never belittled our dreams. She would always say that “a man with a plan is a dangerous man indeed because he knows what he wants and he knows where he is going”.
When people hear the term “loving” the first thing that pops into their minds is a relationship. Essentially, they aren’t wrong, but relationships don’t have to be solely romantic. Acting as a loving person doesn’t have to be tied to a romantic connotation, in fact, the act of becoming a loving individual as a Prep grad at grad usually centers around being a loving individual in the eyes of friends, family, and most importantly, loving yourself. Much of the confusion surrounding the high-school setting that plagues incoming freshman year after year is learning how to act in front of a relatively new community. At least for me, the majority of depictions of high-school life on popular mediums such as television shows and movies horrified me as a child. High-school seemed like an environment filled with rampant drug use, drinking, and unwarranted fighting about seemingly useless things. I specifically remember staying up late one night while I was in sixth grade and watching the Owen Wilson movie, “Drillbit Taylor” in which three bullied students in high-school hired a body guard in order to protect themselves from other students. This movie completely terrified me as I wondered if I too would be physically bullied for no reason in high-school. Now of course most of the things depicted in mainstream media about high-schools are
A goal that I was not able to accomplish was getting first place in a body fat competition with my friends. I unfortunately got second place. I was not successful because I did not work hard enough to lose the extra body fat. I lost only lost the competition by a few tenths of a percent. At first I was very upset with myself for losing, but thankfully I got over it very quickly. Today I view this as a learning experience to try harder.
The first and most obvious fact of life when it comes to high school relationships, is that the connection between you and your supposed partner is about as stable as a worn-out tightrope with only a couple good walks left in it before the ground finds out what your intestines taste like.
I was a cute kid. A really, really cute kid, up until 1st grade. Then that’s when I started to become the chubby cute kid. I loved junk food and would sneak into the kitchen late at night and find the unhealthiest food my mom had hiding in the kitchen then I would eat it all in one sitting, whether it was a box of chocolate granola bars, a bag of Lay 's Potato Chips, or some delicious leftovers, I would proudly devour them.
Ah, high school. The only place where people can see a person’s future change in an instant. Just like pages in the book no human has ever read and or remembered, what experiences we had in high school will never be replicated. Our minds change in high school and because of these changes we only experience what we interpret as good and bad never truly having the knowledge of what could have been if we had only changed one word in a sentence or the facial expressions we made. This is true not only in high school but in adult life as well. Every waking moment we face experiences that we could never have the chance to experience again.
My life can be compared to a travel book. It is full of pages and chapters about places and significant milestones that took me to where I am right now. Some chapters are similar to festivals in Spain and some can be compared to the depressing, dirty and chaotic streets of Manila. This paper will focus on life milestones that made a significant impact towards my literary development. It will showcase important moments of my childhood, prepubescent and young adult life that will have an effect towards my future as a teacher.