Importance Of My Life

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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. …show more content…
I believe I have accomplished a lot of very good things during my many years in school. I strive to make my parents proud of me every day, that is my number one goal in life. I have attended three different schooling systems. I attended pre-k through middle school in Bridgeport, Alabama. I then moved on to North Jackson High School, after graduation from Bridgeport Middle School. Lastly, I moved to South Pittsburg High to finish out my junior and senior years of high school. I started schooling very early in life. When I was three years old, my mother registered me for Wonderland Pre-K. The two years I spent at Wonderland are probably my favorite two years of schooling. From there, I moved on to Bridgeport Elementary School. I had many great experiences at BES. I was placed in the best teacher’s classrooms, where I made my friends I would keep until this day. After Elementary schooling, I started fifth grade at Bridgeport Middle School. During my four years at BMS, I maintained an A average and was president of the Junior Beta …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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