“Adaptability toward evolving college requirements made easier by Network Spinal Analysis!”
Six months ago I started writing an essay on B.J Palmer’s the Big Idea, a required topic for a scholarship I was applying for. Considering I knew nothing of it, I began researching. And I obvs made that phone call to dad to get some great ideas.
Increased adaptability often equates to increased sanity in the face of change!
WELL, long story short, the essay was complete and I went to submit it and I was denied. Not eligible. It was for students already enrolled in the DC program or enrolled to begin the following semester.
I did not fall under either category. I fretted over my work going to waste. Of course of course it was information I needed to learn anyways but man! Hadn’t written an essay in two years! Took me like a week to write. Anyways I got over it.
Well guess who decided to repeat the same topic this time around! Yea Yea Yea. So I did a little bit of editing and resubmitted.
In addition, I wrote an essay on my relationship with citizenship. Initially I was lost–had no idea. I thought the topic was way too broad and then I realized that was the point. While I stared at the screen, Wes suggested I look up the definition of citizenship. THANK YOU.
citizenship: the status of being a citizen (**thanks)
a : membership in a community (as a college)
b : the quality of an individual’s response to membership in a community
My thoughts began brewing… By the end of the paper I felt so happy! My reflection on the last 5/6 years made me realize how crucial and how beautiful my time spent in New Paltz was. Don’t get me wrong there were those *times* that I didn’t know what I was doing and felt so lost but I realize now, that too was part of the beauty. That magical little town gave me the strength that I’ll need to rock out in school and to eventually spread the goodness as far and wide as possible.