Instructor Will Dawkins
13 June 2013
Waiting until It’s the Right Time
Everyone has done something in the past that they should not have done and realized it later on in life. There is a point of time in life where you are going to make mistakes, but it’s up to you to correct them and make better decisions next time. There comes a time when a little thing can make a drastic change in your life, whether it’s good or bad. Most people don’t think about the consequences of what would happen after the event occurred. Always question yourself before you make any moves. As my mother always told me if you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas.
When I was at the age of eighteen, I graduated from high school on May twenty-six, two thousand and eleven. As I walked to the stage, my principal called my name - Bridgette Nicole Taylor, graduating with several scholarships. I walked across the stage and it felt so good, I felt like I had accomplished one of my goals, the next thing is college. It’s going to take me four in half years to complete college and get my degree. I had everything planned out what I was going to do as far as being successful in my career. I went to school to be a registered nurse and will go back to grad school to earn my bsn. August fifth was the day that I move out of my mother house; it was the most exciting day of my life. But at the same time I was ready then again I wasn’t ready to live on my own, handle responsibilities, and take care of myself. I managed to do it and I was proud of myself.
Months passed by, every other weekend I would go because I was little home sick and had to get away from college until I got use to it. My family and boyfriend were the ones I missed the most. I was so use to being around them every day; it was kind of hard to cope with. By us being apart made me miss them even more, but I had to suck it up and grow up. At Mississippi State University, we partied every night from...