Why Cheerleading Is Important To Me Essay

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As long as I can remember, I have always been astonished at the thought of life. What exactly is this thing called ‘life”? What was I placed on this earth to do? What all will I accomplish in my lifetime? These are just a few of the questions I ask myself quite often. I feel very lucky to have the life that I do. Not many kids get to grow up with the life that I am living. I thank God for that every day. Growing up, family has always come first to me. I know that my family would do absolutely anything for me, and I hope they realize I would do the same for them. I was blessed with one of the biggest families around. No matter the circumstance I will always be there any time of the day or night for my parents, grandparents, and little sister. When I was born, my parents had already discovered that they were not a good match for each other and filed for divorce. Some kids believe that having two of everything would be “fun” or “cool”. This is not the case. Although growing up with divorced …show more content…
I am most likely, the girliest girl you have ever met. I would much rather go on a shopping trip than play any type of sport. But, there was always one sport that appealed to me, cheerleading. Many argue that cheerleading isn’t a “sport”. I completely disagree with this statement. Not a lot of people notice, but cheerleading is a very aggressive sport. I started cheerleading at age eight. I cheered all the way up to my freshman year. My sophomore year I decided that I would try volleyball. I played volleyball for North Jackson High for one year. Although I missed cheerleading very much, I refused to cheer for the Chiefs. When I got the opportunity to move to South Pittsburg High, I knew the first thing I wanted to do was try out for cheerleading. Because I transferred late, I had to sit out my junior year. I am very happy to announce that, I am now, as a senior, get to stand under the Friday nights lights and cheer on the

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