Doc The cool autumn air whipped through my hair, leaving behind the crisp smell of fall. I was in Branson, Missouri with my family. We were on vacation in “the wild wild west,” as my mom called it. At the time I was five years old and didn't really care for any of it but as soon as I saw him, it was love at first sight. There, standing just ten feet in front of me was Buckshot; a gorgeous paint with big, brown, eyes that shimmered in the setting sun. I slowly walked up to him and stroked his big soft nose; I couldn't stop smiling. I looked at my mom and said, “Mommy, one day I will own a Buckshot, and I will ride him every day, and love him forever and ever.” To this day I still have intentions of keeping that promise. I don't own a horse now, but last year I had one that I always rode and took care of; his name was Doc. About a year ago Doc was diagnosed with a deadly eye disease. At first, he vet was optimistic about his condition, but then in January things got progressively worse. In March we had to put him down, I was devastated. That entire week at school was torture, it was agonizing to focus on school work because all I could think about was him. When I told my best human friend about Doc, I couldn't stop myself from crying. It was too hard to hide all the emotions; but lucky for me, she helped me get through that hard time. Losing a pet is one of the hardest things for a person to go through. I created such a special bond with him and when he was gone, it felt like a part of me had been ripped out. I still miss him everyday. Doc was the first horse I cantered on and I will never forget that moment, I felt invincible. His strides were so smooth and graceful; I could have been up in the saddle forever. I cannot think of a happier moment in my life then cantering through an open field on a beautiful spring day. Feeling the wind whip through my hair, smelling the aroma of sweet grass, and riding with my best friend – Doc – is the best feeling in the world. I honestly don't know what I would do without horses. They sparked a passion inside of me that makes me
Personal Development Journal – Module Completion (M1 Writing for Business)
To be completed at the end of the module...
What were your experiences of this module/assessment?
(What did you enjoy/learn/find challenging?)
What further action do I need to take and/or further learning that I need?
When am I going to take action?
How will this contribute to my overall goal?
How will I measure this?
(e.g. Gather feedback, reflect on changes, monitor results etc)
I learnt how to write in report style format…
Personal Reflection Journal: Module 4
When reading the chapters for this module, I really enjoyed learning about the differing perspectives and theories around the world. Even though I believe in the Western theories prominently, I also like the philosophy within the eastern theories. When reading about Buddhist ethics and perspectives I really wanted to learn more. Although I identify as a Roman Catholic, I believe I can look at other religions and respect their differing beliefs. If I was going…
Service Learning Journal Entries (Optional): Students may substitute up to 3 standard Reading Notebook Journal Entries with Service Learning journal topics. In other words, students may write about their Service Learning experience in journal format. Each journal needs to meet the 300 typed word minimum and needs to be related to the Service Learning Project.*PLEASE NOTE: Students are not required to complete these journal entries – you may choose to complete the reading journals as assigned to all…
Research and Referencing Journal
Written by David Andrew Marchant
Upon choosing a topic of research from the list provided in the Foundation Studies Handbook, I sat down and with a piece of paper and a pen started to write down some brainstorming ideas on what I thought keywords for the subject were. (This was also done in class to a lesser degree).
This proved to be an immense help a little further into my research as a lot of what I thought were going to be “key” words to get excellent and useful…
Journal Writing / Reflection Rubric Name: ______________________________ Class: ________
Journal Writing Checklist:
|I have written in full sentences. |I have made connections beyond the classroom. |
|I have made detailed observations. |I have used my personal voice in my writing.…
December 14, 2013
Professor Reginal Miller
Personal responsibilities play a big part in college success such as time management, setting goals, successful friends and family members. It includes balancing home, work, family and social life to be successful in achieving a degree. Successful people have found it helpful to use a journal, desk…
grade for each event. Please follow the instructions below for absence make-up.
Paper title: Journal Reading Reports
Topic: Refer to the legend below to determine the topic / course content for the week that you missed.
Length: 4-6 pages, plus title page and References page
Writing style: third person; APA citation format
Instructions: Research three articles from three different scholarly journals on designated topics listed below
for the session missed. Your paper should include:
Charles Edward Russell, Kelly Miller, W.S. Braithwaite, M. D. Maclean.
The original title of the journal was The Crisis: A Record of The Darker Races. From 1997 to 2003, it appeared as The New Crisis: The Magazine of Opportunities and Ideas, but the title has since reverted to The Crisis. The title derives from the poem "The Present Crisis" by James Russell Lowell. Published monthly, the journal by 1920 had a circulation that had reached 100,000 copies. Du Bois proclaimed his intentions in his…
demographic factors affecting personal and community health.
4. Discuss relationships among healthful living, behavioral skills, knowledge, and attitudes.
5. Give examples of scientifically derived prevention approaches appropriate for specific health problems, age groups, and community settings.
6. Analyze health information and research findings presented in popular media and scientific or professional sources.
7. Examine the relationships among public policy, personal health, and the delivery…