The Importance Of My Love In Writing

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Every person has a different story, a different background, different perspectives and opinions. Everyone is unique in their own way, including me. There is a lot to know about me, but unfortunately it 'd be almost impossible to tell you everything about me on a few pieces of paper. So that 's why I 've chosen to tell you only the three most important things about me that make me who I am, my family, my love for writing,

The first thing that popped in my head when I first read the prompt to this essay was my family. My parents and I are all from mexico, meaning I am part of two different cultures. Being part of two different cultures can sometimes be confusing, and overwhelming at the same time, and trust me when I tell you that those two
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But I remember learning how to read and write and it was probably one of the most fascinating things that has happened to me in my whole 5 years of life. I remember the feeling of excitement and joy all over my little 5 year old body. That was the exact moment I fell in love with writing. Even though I didn 't understand it quite yet, It still didn 't stop me from coming home to write a bunch of stories filled with misspelled words, and extremely bad grammar. As I got older my writing became much more complex and not writing about princesses and cupcakes anymore, it just made me fall in love even more. I loved and still do the feeling of freedom when I have my pencil in my hand and a piece of paper in front of me. For me writing wasn 't always about creating stuff but it was also my way out. I remember getting bullied a few years ago and not knowing what to do, I didn 't like myself, I felt different and I wanted to become like everyone else. It was a hard time, it was a time where I gave up on doing the things I liked and became a whole other different person I don 't like. Even though I had changed everything about me I still got bullied, so after awhile I just gave up and wrote down everything I fekt. It was probably one of the best feelings of relief ever. Even now whenever I have a good or bad day, I still like to write down how my …show more content…
I absolutely love broadway musicals. Hairspray, Grease, Cats, Wicked, you name it. I think my love for writing was the reason I fell in love with broadway musicals so much, because if you think of all the different types of literature and the beautifully composed story in a broadway musical, I would think anybody who loves writing would love broadway musicals too. But unlike writing, Broadway musicals have brought out my confidence a bit more, and made me more outgoing, just like Tracy turnblad from hairspray. On a daily basis I probably break out on songs 15 times, so you 'll most likely get to hear me sing. Broadway musicals have also helped me with public speaking in a way, acting out scenes often can do that to you. All the different emotions, and ways of speaking included in all the different scenes in the musicals can be used to have a great speech. I even got 3rd place at the optimist oratorical contest, by using my years worth of practice from scenes in

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