I want to help anyone I possibly can, and most would use the word selfless. Almost all the time I am smiling about something. I am a very positive person and like to see the “good” in everyone and everything. I try to make everyone feel special, because they are. There’s more to that smile than just always being happy.
I don't even want to walk them. I plan on asking one of the principals if I can just use the elevator to get up and down for now on. Regardless, I think I understand better now. I'm a Soccer Sidekick, and I've been proudly supporting the soccer teams the entire season, but now at every game I think I'll cheer a little bit louder, because they were there to cheer me on when I needed it, and most of all, I can't wait to see those super freaks go to
I am a young man running and trying my best to score my goals. Soccer is not just a sport to me, it is now something that I feel that is necessary in my life. I started playing soccer at the age of 7. I did not enjoy playing soccer until I realized it meant something more than just scoring goals, I realized I had a passion for it. I remember the first soccer game I ever played it was during the summer at a soccer complex.
nvq 3 assignment 302 Reflective account task C I’m a very conscientious person who was brought up to respect my elders and treat people how I would wish to be treated myself. I feel I carry this out in my everyday practice as I feel whoever I look after deserves the same respect regardless off their age, race, gender, beliefs or any other difference. I am a very bubbly person who always likes to put a smile on people’s faces, I always try to make my clients smile or laugh whilst I am with them but I am also very caring and am able to console my clients when it is needed My grandfather was a Methodist minister so I am a very religious person, I never impose my views on other people, but I do respect their religions and views however I am very interested in listening to other people’s views on different religions I come from a family of 4 children and family is extremely important to me. I have 2 small boys who I spend all my spare time with. I love hearing about my clients families and learning all the different things about them as service users enjoys hearing tales about my 2 boys.
It may be a cliché, but soccer was my life growing up! In Bob Greene’s essay “Cut”, he explains how being cut from a basketball team in 7th grade made him feel, and how it shaped him into the person he is today. He describes the feeling of inadequacy by not being good enough. Bob Greene portrays how that event made him stronger, “never to allow someone to tell me that I’m not good enough again” (Miller, “Cut” 86). As a young child, I lived my life to play soccer.
Looking back at when I actually wrote this paper, I enjoyed it mostly because I truly love Justin. No matter what happens from now on, he and I will have always shared an amazing time together. Not only that we are now tied together forever through our son, Xander. =) Justin greeted me with a kiss and “You look beautiful.” Justin greets me with a kiss and “Stop it. You look beautiful.” “If Jack’s in love, he’s no judge of Jill’s Beauty.” This holds true between Justin and I.
Also, Starkey faces a lot of judgment from his parents that he tries to overcome throughout the novel. A similar situation in my life where I had to overcome someone’s judgment was in soccer. We were predicted to get fifth in the district and no one had any hope for our team, but we just got first in our region and are now headed out to the state
Here are a couple of reasons why soccer has become my favorite sport. One thing I have learned is how to communicate with my fellow teammates. If there is no communication, you do not know if an opponent is coming after the ball from behind you or if someone is open to pass the ball. Communication is a very important key to playing on a soccer team or any other sports team for that matter. It is impossible to play soccer without communicating with your teammates.
Sports have been an enormous part of my life, and throughout my 15 years of age I have always wanted to stay involved with sports. Of course, when one is naive little kid, one always aims for the top. I personally was aiming to be a professional soccer player. Throughout my childhood all I thought about was being the best, and always had my mind set on my goal. The problem was that to reach my so longed goal, too much dedication was needed, and after witnessing what my college years would be, I was not willing devote myself to my dream anymore.
Sports athletes, heroes, teachers, etc are the role models that have the most influence in a child’s life. Children like to follow in the footsteps of these role models and become like them when they grow up. As a boy I always thought that role models were the people who gave me the best advice and they were never wrong, but sometimes they turned out to be incorrect. On the other hand, my grandmother, who I never thought of as a role model, gave me the best advice. When I was young, there was a professional soccer player named Luu Dinh Tuan and he was 17 years old.