Essay about Personal Narrative : My Uncle Tony

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In order to tell you who I am, I suppose I should go back to the very beginning. I was born on the 29th of July in 1997. Now I wasn’t your average dainty baby, I came out at a whopping 10 pounds 1 ounce. Since it was still the 90’s, the ultrasound technology wasn’t as advanced as it was today. So needless to say, my parents were expecting a Jordan Troy and they got a Holly Rae. The year after I was born happened to be a very busy year for my family. We moved to a new house we were building and both my parents got new jobs. My parents were away at work for the better part of my first seven years; thankfully my Uncle Tony lived with us. So when my older sisters were picking on me I always had someone there for me. My Uncle Tony was the one who basically raised me. He taught me how to ride a bike, how I should treat others, and even how to write my name. I have never been upset with my parents for not being there when I was younger, mainly for the fact that Tony taught me things they never could have. While my parents put a lot of stress on me to succeed in life I can now handle it better than others because of Tony. He taught me how to deal with the struggles of life and how not to let the hard times get in the way of the good ones. Before Tony came to stay with us I was always alone. My two sisters Haley and Heather would always go play with friends or with each other, so I was always left out. Due to the fact of me spending so much time alone, I did not talk until I was…

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