My Life Of My Autobiography Of Jessica Catherine Stephens

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I am Jessica Catherine Stephens. I am a small leaf apart of a large family tree. I am the daughter of a strong-willed southern belle and a hard-working northern gentleman. I am a mixture of beliefs, styles, and personalities I’ve encountered throughout my life. I am a younger sister to a slowly calming daredevil. I am a proud mother of two, a Cairn terrier mutt named Charlie and an aging sassy cat named Missy. I am a retired girl scout and participant of many sports-none of which I was good at. I am a part of a southern Baptist family with closed minds. I am one to keep my mouth shut around these individuals. I am a in a very strange family, if I do say so myself, but I have to love them. I am in an amazing group of friends, whom I’m sure agree, and I can’t do anything but love them. I am surrounded in my life with things that make me who I am. I am who I am.
I am a future college freshman at Savannah College of Art and Design. I am going to be a new resident of Savannah, Georgia. I am probably going to come back home one day. I am a bit of a daddy’s girl. I am hoping to succeed in illustration or sequential art-basically comic books. I
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I am fighting no one in particular, more of an imaginary thought. I am a survivor of high school and its tendencies to cause me stress. I am very timid, less than I was before, but still shy. I am not one to volunteer. I am one to mix corn and dog food in a toilet to get out of seeing people. I am not one to be excited for social outings, including school. I am one to be used as a doormat. I am one to be taken advantage of. I am one to shut people out to prevent it. I am usually not a happy person. I am judged a lot and not usually understood by everyone else. I am a person who’d much rather prefer to be alone than having to be around other people. I am strong. I am a human being who should receive the respect any human deserves. I am a human being not a plastic doll. I am who I

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