My name is Paige Riebel. I am currently a freshman here at OSUM and graduated high school from a small, private school in Delaware, Ohio. I am the oldest of six children and also have a slew of half and step siblings as well. Originally, my plan was to go into speech and hearing science and later go to attain my masters in speech pathology, but life threw a curve ball at me a few weeks ago. Now, I am planning on going into psychology to later go on to get my masters in counseling. I am not sure specifically what type of counseling I want to endeavor into, but I am learning towards family, women, or children intervention. This summer I vacationed to Wyoming and Montana where I visited the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. Last summer, I was part of a missions' group that ventured to Costa Rica. My dream is to finish school with a masters in psychology and move to Colorado among the mountains. I am an avid lover of succulent plants and all things pumpkin and I am so looking forward to all this year has in store.
The main theme I enjoyed most in The Call To Write was that the author of the text was very adamant in letting the reader know that he finds writing extremely mandatory for life's success, but also that writing can be more relaxed and casual and still be just as important. He stated the fact that we are in need of writing for many aspects of our social and professional lives and beyond. I think the author has a nice use of verbiage and the text is applicable and also smooth to read.