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    Icu Narrative

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    I screamed to the top of my lungs. I didn’t know what else to do. My body was frozen and in shock. What could you do? As a senior in high school, you would have never thought that you would have to bury a class mate. Senior year is supposed to be one of the happiest times of your life. He made it this far, why was he taken from us? A million questions ran through my mind, I was confused of why this had to happen. I tried gathering my thoughts so I could be there for my classmates. We had to stick together, because we had many rough days ahead of us. This was one of the hardest situations I think any of us have ever been in. A parent shouldn’t have to watch their child lay there and suffer. He was all his mom had. One day we had to watch her go into his room and tell him that he didn’t have to hold on anymore for her; if he was tired he didn’t have to fight anymore. It was up to him. That was the hardest thing in my life I have ever seen. The next day, he decided to stop fighting. He was tired. If you met Tyler you knew he didn’t like school, but he made it to his senior year and then this tragedy happened. The ache and the pain we felt the day we lost him was like no other. The bond our class now had was unbreakable. After his funeral, some of the seniors went out to eat and then we went mud riding. School was rough some days, but graduation was the worst. We made sure he had a seat at graduation, and we including his family in everything. He was a part of our class. We are a…

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    In general, I am pleased with both two speeches that I gave. Even though there are many defects, I still think that did better every time. For the first speech, the topic is “What Makes Your Heart Sing?” To be honest, when I first heard this topic, I just wanted to quit. I know that this topic was asking me to talk about what made me happy. However, for me, the hardest thing is talking about myself. To give a good speech, I think the most important thing is to move people. However, I think my…

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    I don’t know anyone who likes the feeling of being rejected. I know for me it has probably been one of the hardest feelings in my life to deal with. Rejection goes to the very core of who we are as human beings. I believe of all the emotions we can experience it is probably one of the most devastating and painful emotions we can feel. Some people are more sensitive to rejection than others. I happen be one of those people whom having suffered rejection early in life, carried a lot of that…

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    the store. The first customer can be super casual and super fun, but then all of a sudden, the second customer is very professional and very straight to the point. They must learn new discourses every time someone new walks in and they must learn it fast. The overall customer discourse is “the customer is always right”, which means every customer has the same base in all the discourses. The community for assistant managers is a rough one. They must learn to smile and fake a conversation with a…

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    Death is a scary word for most people. My aunt was one of the greatest women I had ever met. So I questioned God daily. Why does he let such bad things happen to such good people? Many people don’t understand what it feels like to lose someone. On October 18, 2015 I finally did. It all started around May of 2015. I went to visit my aunt Ladonna after church Sunday morning. My family and I ate lunch with her like normal. Ladonna was laughing and smiling just like usual. A couple of weeks later,…

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    the kitchen, bathrooms and doing laundry. Most people think of housekeeping as a chore, I enjoy it. Some days when the weather allows, I like to garden. I try to make time during the day to call and check in on friends, sometimes visit with them. I talk with my kids about 3-4 times a day. My biological grandchildren except for 1 teenager, has moved away to other parts of the country, but we chat regularly. I enjoy reading and getting caught up on my favorite television shows. One of my passions…

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    Have you ever heard of the quote “Nobody ever said life was easy…they just promised that it would be worth it”? Do you feel like it applies to you? Well, it applies to everyone. Nothing is ever handed to someone, and if someone says they have, then they really haven’t accomplished or worked for anything yet. Everybody has to work hard and endure stress to make it somewhere. However, that stress can keep people from doing and trying the things they love. Luckily, if you keep trying, you’ll…

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    APU Personal Statement

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    My mom, bless her heart, is not a good city driver, and gets nervous in new places; this is why having Evan with us would be a tremendous help to us both. We were able to have fun seeing sights and we were able to smoothly move me into my dorm room. In our moments together my brother-in-law gave me pieces of advice he had learned when he was on his own. He helped me to be unafraid of being by myself. However, he was not my only mentor during this process. My biggest mentor my entire life has…

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    The book three main strengths conflict, characterization, and situational irony. This essay will be on these three strong strengths of this inventive read. This book is about Cheyenne Windler who is with her stepmom when the car is stolen, but Cheyenne was in the back of the car. The hardest thing for Cheyenne is that she is blind and she still has to find a way to get away from who she is kidnapped from. The book Girl, Stolen by April Henry is an inventive read with many strengths. In the…

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    The public relies on the expertise that takes years to attain. Therefore we must be passionate in our chosen job’s, we must have a purpose. Of course to attain this ultimate career there’s a lot of exploring to be done. We can't expect to get ideal happiness at the first go, this painstaking process is based on trial and error. The first step is to identify the things that interest us, substances that we are indisputably good at. That can branch out into a bountiful amount career choices. Art,…

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