The most important person

The most important person that has helped me succeed throughout my college career is Mrs. Frank. Mrs. Frank is the main teacher that help shape me into the person that I am today. She taught a lot of classes during my high school years and only after graduation did I realize the ways in which she helped direct me to the success that I am currently experiencing today.

Mrs. Frank was always a very positive and caring person. Even though she doesn’t look like it, she has this unique vibe that makes her different. During my first two years in college, I decided to take many non-science classes. I decided on this decision because I thought that I would find it easier to connect with each class by taking a humanities class, (in reality it didn’t matter on what level Mrs. Frank taught).

I am planning on doing a lot of fun things over the spring break. I am going to have a lot of fun, and I will be very full of energy. In fact, I am going to be such a giant hike, I will probably be able to take a month’s worth of walking-around time. Anyway, I have been doing some thinking. What I have been thinking, is that I may make a few bets. There are a lot of things in this world that make me laugh. I will spend my spring break exploring Hawaii with my best friend, Amanda. When we were young she insisted on coming and I didn’t want to spend the whole week without her, but I didn’t know how and I really needed to save my money. Anyway, on my birthday, she gave me a hundred dollars.

That’s when I thought about spending my spring break in Hawaii. I was so surprised because I can even afford a flight either by myself or with Amanda. I told her about my thoughts and she said would like to go to Hawaii but she couldn’t afford it either. It turned out that my hundred dollars could buy what I expected. Amanda said she wasn’t sure that I needed to spend spring break with her. She had a lot of other friends and could go to Hawaii with someone else. I persuaded her to go with me because I know she’s been alone since she moved away, and I would love to spend some time with her.

One song that I can’t stop listening to right now is “The Gambler” by Kenny Rodgers. The song is short but has a strong and vibrant rhythm. I like the way the song sounds like. The song is a blessing to me and this feeling it gives me is what I love and appreciate most in life. The song is about a man giving a son some advice. The best line in this song is “Every gambler knows That the secret to survivin’ Is knowin’ what to throw away and knowin’ what to keep”. I like everything about the song. The melody of it is fantastic, it’s one of those hooks that is so good actually makes you not want to listen to anything else while the song is playing. The beat is great and the lyrics and the message is relevant with my life right now. As each year goes by, I find myself trying to find someone who can teach me lessons so I’m read up on my own knowledge. I try to learn from the song every day. The song reminds me that I move forward with myself and how I should trust my feelings and my gut about a situation. It keeps my feelings in check and tells me to move forward with what I know. I also want to share with you my favorite memory of a song.