Hannah Lee Cagle, 84 of Durham, North Carolina passed away Saturday, May 25, 2080 at her home from a heart attack. Hannah was previously of Asheboro, North Carolina, but moved to Durham to follow her dream of becoming a nurse practitioner. She graduated from Randolph Community College with an Associate Degree in Nursing. After she graduated from Randolph Community College, she moved on to gain her Master’s Degree and her Doctorate Degree in Nursing from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She was born with Spina Bifida, which gave her a courageous spirit. She worked as a pediatric nurse practitioner in the Neurosurgery Clinic at Duke University Children’s Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, for over 30 years. She truly believed that it was her calling in life to work with special needs children, and she lived her dream for many years. Hannah was a godly lady who loved the Lord and wanted to live every day of her life to please her Savior. She was very involved in her church, and she tried to impact the world around her in a way that showed Christ to everyone for whom she came into contact with. Hannah was preceded in death by her father Jimmy Cagle of Asheboro, her mother Dianne Cagle of Asheboro, her precious Shih Tzu Molly, and her grandparents of …show more content…
This assignment really allowed me to ponder over my life and think about how I have lived, and how I want to live from this point forward. Writing my eulogy did not unsettle my nerves, but it did give me a sense of purpose. Through writing this, I realized that some of the most “important” aspects of my life are really not that important when looking at the bigger picture. I think writing a eulogy can lead to depression for some people, but writing my eulogy was not depressing for me at all. After this assignment, I would recommend everyone write out what they want said about their lives when they
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many people personally told me that people change for the better or the worse during high school, but i never believed it was true. looking back on my high school years i noticed that what they said was actually accurate. it all seemed strange to me at first because i 'm not the type of person who lies and manipulates others to become someone 's friend. but within those four years i became aware of how quickly people can switch up and change. like how the person i thought i knew acting completely different. but many others were, so i realized that my biggest mistake in high school was letting friendship change my actions and get to me.
My aspiration toward a better education starts all the way back to when I started school in Russia. Out of the short educational experience that I had in Russia, I remember that almost everybody wanted to be the straight-A student (or straight-"5" by Russian grading). That, combined with the constant pressure from my family helped me get excited about school and made me want to learn. My education in Russia was cut short, however, when we moved to the United States.
My life has been the result of many situations that have shaped it; however, it was not until recently when I realized just how well I have it. It took one impactful life experience in order for me to recognize that my life, compared to how others must live their lives, has many more opportunities. Once I realized my great circumstance, it was like a switch went off in my head. I had to take action and make the most of my life by looking at life in a different way.
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I will never give up. I will never allow failure to be an option. I will set goals and I will achieve them. We are obstacles are set in front of us daily. Daily obstacles can range from waking up in the morning when we are overworked to losing a limb or a love done. However, when the outcome is not in my favor I will utilize the situation to find my weaknesses and build a better me for the next battle.
The next open door that continue her life toward becoming a missionary was Bible College. It was her that she would meet her husband-to-be, Rex McDowell. Unbeknownst to them God led both of them to the same church, where they were the only two students that went. Rex McDowell did not like her at all, in fact he thought that she was pretty plain and cross-eyed. God did not change his mind until he heard her sing and then Rex started to see the beauty her, even though there were times he told himself he was not attracted. Several months passed and on November 11, 1977. That evening he wrote her a little letter on the back of his picture that read, “Dear Hannah, this is the beginning of which we don’t know the ending; but I pray that as we acknowledge Him in all our ways, He shall direct our paths.” (pg.15) God would continue to lead them together even though Rex did not have a missionary call. They knew that God wanted them together. On July 4, 1980 they said, “I do”, ready to do whatever God would lead them to do. Little did they know that it would be eight years before they would get the privilege to
Many children have died from not receiving care as a result of an absent nurse. In fact, 12 year old Laporshia Massey died in late September of this school year in West Philadelphia after suffering a serious Asthma Attack. ...
Over time society has relaxed and the value of hard work has really lost base with the younger generation. This essay is written by a young girl named Jessica Hemauer as she braces her way through growing up with a “tough” life. Although it may seem a bit old fashioned, Jessica’s parents are helping her in more ways than she will not realize until later in life. The essay tells the tales of how she grew up living on a farm and struggled to find the happy balance between farm chores, school, and her social life. It is evident that she was targeting those who also have some sort of obstacles in their life because the essay transitions from her hardships to her success. Jessica can tell her story and gives readers a first hand experience on
There are numerous moments, and people in my life that have influenced me and caused change and growth. But I think one moment in particular has had more so much influence on me, that if it hadn’t happened, I probably wouldn’t be who I am today. The day that my parents divorced had such a lasting impact on me that it has affected my decisions even as an adult. But if things had been different I probably wouldn’t be the same.
On October 10, 1927, Clarence L. Johnson Sr. & his wife Garnett Henley Johnson gave birth to yet another daughter by the name of Hazel Winifred Johnson in West Chester, Pennsylvania. After, her and her family moved to a Quaker town called Mavern. She was born into a family whose values were strictly discipline, diligence, unity, and pursuit of education. Between her and her other 6 siblings (2 sisters and 4 brothers), Hazel was the one out of them all who always dreamed of being a nurse. She went and applied for Chester School of Nursing, however, she was denied because she was an African American. After being denied to Chester’s School of Nursing, Johnson went on to further her education elsewhere by going to start training at the Harlem Hospital School of Nursing where she graduated in 1950. She then goes on to work in the Harlem Hospital Emergency Ward for 3 years and then practiced on the medical cardiovascular ward at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Philadelphia, all while working to get her baccalaureate at Villanova University. (Hazel Johnson-Brown: Visionary Videos: NVLP: African American History)
I learned many things in this project of creating our own Autobiographies. I now understand that there are many things in life that can change me in the future and I never realized how important my life could be. In this project, I enjoyed writing writing Chapter 7 because it gave me an opportunity of writing about my death and the steps I have to take to become who I want to be. I didn’t enjoy Chapter 6 because many people can’t write poetry and it was very hard for me to express my feelings when I had to develop my poems. I learned alot from creating my autobiography and I hope one day I could publish this so everybody can read about my life.
Hi, my name is Rob Geis and I am currently in grade 12. I have been at County High School for a year now; I joined at the start of 11th grade, and have thoroughly enjoyed myself here. The school is great, the people are fantastic and the atmosphere is one that makes you actually want to go to school. Before I joined ASB I was studying at the Singapore American School for two years and prior to that I was at the International School of Kuala Lumpur for two years. I was born and raised here in Bombay city and grew up here.
Life experiences shape an individual into the person they are today. It concede a person to grow. Make a more thoughtful and wise decision in order to not repeat the same mistakes they have made in the past. Being in love was a life lesson experience I had learned from. Love happens so unexpectedly that when it does arrive our emotions become unsteady. Happiness, sadness, hurt, and pain are the emotions that derive from love. One 's emotions are expressed as intense, so they would call it; especially when it is first time their time falling in love. Being in love with my guy best friend was the most beautiful and painful experience I have withstood.