Whether it is during the season or off season lacrosse is still a topic that is thrilling to talk about. If the defense does not put all of their effort into keeping a girl away from the goal, the team as a whole suffers from their little mistake. Playing on a team sport has made me realize what being on a team really means, and what affect it has on everyone. Going to state this year has showed me that up until that one game if one girl goes down, we all go down as a whole; we go down together as a team.
Mmy most recent summers are my most cherished memories. To sum up the one thing responsible for my endless memories would be Jewish summer camp. Every summer I would excitedly begin to pack my entire life away for a month and a half, and little did I know what new and exciting experiences would become of themselves.
Save tonight and fight the break of dawn Come tomorrow, Tomorrow I'll be gone. There's a log on the fire and it burns like me for you, Tomorrow comes with one desire to take me away it's true. It ain't easy to say goodbye darling please don't start to cry Cause girl you know I've got to go, oh Lord I wish it wasn't so. From being initiated and initiating others in ways that cannot be said, going down a hill called Suicide Hill, in a luggage cart, discovering new meanings to words, sneaking out to see that special someone, and most importantly making friendships that last a lifetime.
Camp is one of those experiences that will keep you talking non stop all year long about the inside jokes and eventful days, until the next summer would come bringing more to talk about. The truth of the matter is I actually did make it to 16, but now looking back on the past ten years, time has seemed to fly right past my eyes. When I think about where I want to be in ten years is a scary thought for me, knowing that those ten years will too fly right past my eyes. The funny thing about the future is that you always tend to think and hope for one thing, when in reality, the complete opposite happens.
Workin' hard to get my fill Everybody wants a thrill Payin' anything to roll the dice Just one more time Some will win Some will lose Some were born to sing the blues Oh, the movie never ends It goes on and on and on and on Don't stop believin' Hold on to the feelin' Streetlights, people Don't stop believin' Hold on Streetlights, people. In ten years there is one definite thing that I know that I want to have. That one thing is to have all of memories from my past and present; every single detail, never forgetting one moment.
Memories are the most important thing to hold on to. They are something to laugh about, cry about, and sometimes to become angry about. What in the world were we thinking. I had so many people in my ear telling me I was too young, I was still a child myself; how in the world could I raise a baby. They had pretty convincing arguments and for a brief moment I was actually considering the abortion that most people wanted me to get.
Then about two weeks later I heard this song. I began crying instantly and hated myself for even entertaining the thought of an abortion. Having Ziyah was one of the greatest things that has ever happen to me. If you know me, you know that nothing in the world means more to me than my daughter. This song explains the struggles that I went through during my pregnancy and how none of that matter as soon as I saw this little girls face.
We were still together but now I was paying attention to his wrongdoing and was now starting to wonder how in the hell was I still with him. Yes I still loved him, but that was just about it. But to let go of three years of my young life was a lot to me. What a confusing time of my life. I am 19 years old and I have been through a lot.
Love is very important to me but it one of the most difficult things for me to explain. Love has made me do some crazy things. Being in love has made me do some even more crazier things. If anyone found out, life as we knew it would be over. It would have caused a catastrophe. So we had an unspoken relationship. And because of what we felt for each other it was almost as if words would only simplify what we really felt for each other.
Music offers an escape from reality. A favorite song offers three minutes of peace; a chance to breathe and clear your mind. Music has gotten me through some tough times: When I learned that my Grandma had cancer, I felt like I had no one to talk to.
I turned to music to lift my mood. When one of my teachers died, I once again turned to my favorite song. It reminded me of what my family and friends had done for me: You can learn a lot about someone, just by going through their music. Music gives people structure and defines how we live. Anytime I need a smile, I listen to that CD. It is a reminder about what is important. It is an escape from reality.
The soundtrack would just continue to play making sure to capture every moment in my life a significant one. When approaching a crush the soundtrack would be sure to pick a song that explained exactly how I was feeling, or on the days when nothing seems to be going my way, music that I like to call “thinking music” would continually play.
Picking two songs that would best fit on the “soundtrack to my life” was in a way surprising to me. Only one of these two songs would appear on my “favorites” list, and yet, in some way, they both have become a part of me.
Music is a very important aspect of life and perhaps even the most powerful. It allows me to speak without talking and feel a particular way. Every time I get in my car, I immediately turn the radio on. Soundtrack to my Life There are many songs that I enjoy listening to whether I’m sitting in a car, or walking to school. I always enjoy the fact that there are many genres and types of songs to choose from these days. At this very moment, I am writing an essay about ‘MY LIFE’. It is an assignment for the Computer Applications.
Zachary Smith English Soundtrack of my life Music is one of the greatest and most influential devices that we as humans deal with on a day to day basis. It plays such an important role in our lives and helps build character without us ever thinking twice about it. Soundtrack of my Life Throughout my life I have heard many songs and many of them have remained with me in my memories. I think the main artists I remember from my childhood are Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and Michael Jackson. “Born in the USA” from Bruce Springsteen is the main one because this was the only song that my dad and I could agree on.