In Middle School I had many opportunities that made me a better person. I am very glad because I always had an important person on my life that motivates me and this is my sister Ana, I love her so much. In middle School I was able to participate in various activities such as Poetry, Math and Dance Contests, from which I did the best I could and these activities gave me awesome experiences. At the end of middle school I received the honor of been the number one student of my class. Having the privilege of being the number one in middle school gave me the opportunity to go to a very good High School.
I am an incoming freshman and also a recruit of Pat Hanlon’s for the 2011-2012 Oswego State Women’s Volleyball team. When making my decision for which college to attend, I was inspired by everything that the team had to offer. The team striked me as so welcoming, they had an enormous amount of chemistry while playing together, and were truly amazing ,enthusiastic individuals. After seeing one game, my decision to attend Suny Oswego was finalized. My mom and I attended a match last fall season and I felt such an amazing vibe from the girls.
Powder-puff football, a game that pits junior girls against senior girls was a tradition that Barrington High School lost some time in the mid 1990’s. It was a competitive yet amusing event that served to rally the student body for the impending Thanksgiving Day game. In September of my junior year, a group of us decided it was time to spark some school spirit and revive the
Satisfaction never runs out in my life while my mother is still here with me. My greatest mother is a responsible woman. She not only takes care of my family very well but also is a patient woman in my life. She gives me a good education. For example, when I was five years old, she already sends me to school until now in university.
To put it simply, my mom is truly the most amazing woman I have ever met. She is always selfless, helpful, caring, and above all, loving. My mom lives by many great life quotes, these quotes all have played a major role in making me who I am today and continue to have a notable influence in my life. "Be the change you wish to see in the world." This quote started as I got a little bit older and began to find out who I really was.
After tryouts and all I felt more comfortable around the coaches and my teammates and I knew volleyball was what I would start my freshman year off with. I had also been playing softball since I was little. Every weekend I was out of town with my softball team playing in a variety of tournaments. I didn’t know if I was allowed to play multiple sports. The one thing that shocked me was that first athletic get together during fifth block at the beginning of the year when Coach Thompson stood in front of the entire athletic program and announced “I believe that playing several sports is what is better for the student athlete”.
She shows her children a lot of love and attention and she works hard to be a good mother. Loving, hardworking, and a great parent best describe her. LaRhonda Anderson is a loving person. She never treats me wrong and she has a good heart. Also LaRhonda always helps her friends or siblings that are in need of help.
When I first started playing sports it was it was all for fun until I found the sports I truly loved and was serious about them. The first sport I ever tried was when I was 4, I did gymnastics. I loved it so much and I would watch the older girls hoping that would be me one day. I only did it for 2 years though because the place I went to moved somewhere else so I stopped. I won a medal in floor and this first got me going with competition.
Recognizing that at the end, hard work pays off and you can appreciate that experience that was important to you. Entering into high school, the only thing that seemed important to me was Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC). I instantly fell deeply in love with the program and all the foundations that it instilled within me. The reason for being interested into getting into the program was from my mom. Also, I enjoy
Ingrith Serrato 10/04/2011 English 101 Section 3225 Literacy Narrative Essay Word Count: 936 To Be Able To Communicate Back on the 70’s my mother dreamed of going to school and become something better for herself while she saw her father struggling with 7 kids and not wife by his side; she dreamed about getting out of that jungle and moving into the big city, but being one of the oldest, would bring her back to reality to keep taking care of the little ones (“even the one that just make mama to go to heaven” she used to tough). My mother was 7 when my grandmother died delivering her last son; the hospital was almost 4 hours away and the transportation was only available from Thursday to Sunday, so having contractions on a Tuesday wasn’t a good thing. My mother has eye vision impairment since she was little, but her professors never believe