My Father: Jojo, Mango Or Even Mangoleta

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While growing up I have been given many nicknames like Joan, Jojo, Mango or even Mangoleta because of my sister Maria think that’s how it is said Spanish, and my other nickname is Wikipedia you might ask why it’s because of my little sister whenever she has a question I don’t haste to answer It for her, but over time I have been guilty of giving some false information. This is why I’m Wikipedia, and not a credible source. I am from is chandler Arizona and I have been living here all my life. Fun fact Even the house that I live in is very special to me because my mother was raised at the same house since she was one years old, and we still live in the house till this day. The house was built by my grandparents that put in their sweat, and love into our home which makes me grateful for the roof they have made over my family’s head. My siblings and I were able to attend the same elementary as my mom, and uncle. It was also one of the first elementary in chandler, and just thinking about it makes my childhood unique by having seen what my mom, and uncle had when they were growing up. The other hand my dad Juan came from holesco Mexico with having eight sisters, and one …show more content…
My other best friend that has influence me is Mike Redding he has came to be my second grandfather, and my coach. Redding has helped me with everything to school, life, and softball. His character is humble, caring, and strong that will do anything to make me happy. One of my nicknames comes from Redding which was Jojo, and then I started to call him young red red because he doesn’t like to be seen as old Mr. Redding. My nephew is more like my little brother, his always at our house, and spends every weekend with us. He calls his four aunts the kuku girls because we would do anything for

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