Saturday, March 23, 2019
Christy :: essays research papers
r                                        Christy came upon strange and unusual conflicts in her situations that were fresh and new to her. These conflicts were so traumatic that she felt if better to leave than to stay in the foreignness of the Appalachian culture. Ive also experience feelings of quitting a situation. Like Christy, I was c anyed to maunder a solo in my church choir. If I had run from my situation, I wouldnt have had the experience of singing in front of a group. I also had to ask myself the question, "What am I doing this for?" Finally, I figured turn up that singing in front of church wasnt as bad as I thought.  &nbs p  Singing has and will always be a rejoice of mine. I was a novice when I had to accomplish the task of singing in front of my church. I wanted to be as experienced as my aunts and my Mother, whom can sing in front of anybody. My Mother, like fall back Alice, made me realize that God would be by my side, and that the duty would imbibe more easeful over time. Knowledge from that situation grants me experience for present and upcoming predicaments.      Christy, after seeing the poverty and hardships of the Appalachian culture tenfold, asked, "Why am I do this?" I also had the same doubtful questions. These questions were all of out of fear about the strangeness of the situation. Like Christy, I had to come these questions within myself and when I did it opened my views on singing farther than before.      after a while, Christy seemed to form a love or passion for what she was doing. She became homy and less frightened of the Appalachian culture. My first experience singing in front of my church was terrifying, but every time I birdcall thereafter I became more and more confident and easeful.