Arizona Is My Home

Nov. 19, 2020

Where to Call Home

 

Hot, sticky, humid, and desert, is what most people think of when Arizona is mentioned. Arizona, however, is far more than just a hot state. Arizona is known for its beautiful nature and one of the greatest wonders of the world. I am fortunate enough to live in Phoenix a community ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Tucson is Always Home

 

How can one define home? Is it a house or where the family is? Is it where one feels the most comfortable or happy? Is it the place that one would call their favorite? To me, a home is comprised of all of these elements and for me, Arizona ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Williams is my Home

You know Arizona is your home when you find 70-degree days chilly, you count rain as a blessing, or if you own more swimsuits than long sleeve shirts. Arizona is definitely my home. While I consider Tempe my hometown, I am also deeply connected to other areas of Arizona. The ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Thankful for Arizona

When the dazzling light came shining through my solid window, it filled my eyelids with bright bloody red. I woke up thinking about the people who I have not seen for ten years. The flight attendant announced that we are ready to land. All of a sudden, I started to ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Tucson is Home

With but a few days left before I made the move from Tucson up to my dorm room and new “home” of Flagstaff, I was most certainly on a time crunch. There was so much to do and so many people to see that finding time for anything seemed nothing ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Flagstaff is my Home

Arizona has many possibilities to elevate the mind. Public education is essential for future progression. What sets Arizona apart from the rest of the states in the education realm is the inspirational components that supplement learning. The ecology of Arizona provides natural adaptation techniques to ascertain from. The wondrous panorama ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Another Arizona Home

Some may consider Arizona to be a barren desert wasteland, but as I drive on the freeway and head towards downtown Phoenix, I see something different; I see life. There are lights glistening in the landscape, beautiful mountains with hues of purple from the setting sun, and the faint smell ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Arizona Home

“It was here, standing above this awe-inspiring and treacherous canyon wall, that I had found myself. It was at that very moment, gazing into the canyon where my grandfather and his father had struggled to tame this wild land, that I knew I was of this place. This land forged ...

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Nov. 19, 2020

Moving to Phoenix

My family moved to Arizona 15 years ago, when I was only three years old. My dad had come to visit the Phoenix area while on a company assignment. This was the summer of 1990 when Arizona reached 122 degrees!

 

He returned home to San Fernando Valley, California, very ...

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Nov. 18, 2020

Only Arizona

Growing up I knew only one place as my home, Arizona. I am proud to identify me with a people, the Navajo, who have inhabited the Arizona area for hundreds of years. Now, I find myself, the first of a generation that has adopted a modern way of living, yet ...

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