My Life For The Culture Essay

1079 Words Jan 20th, 2015 5 Pages
Autobiographical paper.
I was born on April 5th 1995, in a small village in Durango Mexico. I lived there for about 13 years, then we moved here to Chicago. I am 6 ft. ½ inches tall and I weight about 119 pounds. I have always been skinny, even my friends in Mexico used to call me “Flaquita” which means skinny in Spanish. But well, I don’t consider myself too skinny, actually I define myself as an average. As for my appearance I think I am pretty, I am often told that I am beautiful especially by family members. My sister even calls me “doll”. As for my culture, I love to be Mexican, by all means; I love the food, the traditions, and especially the music. Living in Mexico all my childhood and part of my adolescence influenced my love for the culture. Being far away from most of my family members, my friends, and the place where I was born is hard. I will never stop missing my little village. I don’t consider myself better that other people, instead I am always trying to help people, especially the ones I care the most about; my family. Emotionally, I am not very open with my feelings, especially with people I don’t know a lot. I consider myself as a very shy person who is very quiet most of the time, even if I have something to say, I think sometimes is better to keep your opinion to yourself. My biggest fear is to talk in public, I don’t know how I have survive all those class presentations I have done. But by the way I think I am intelligent, well at least I used to be…

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