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Civic oration played a big part in my speech/debate life. I won first place in my class and school level. Later in the county wide level I got into my own head and stopped mid-speech, thankfully I continued but I knew i messed up... I landed in 3rd place though
You're going to be a big sister !!
Later on, Ava Grace became the "mini-me".. It was hard for me as a 10 year only child, to adjust to her.. But I wouldn't ask for anyone else to be my baby sister.
Still a bit bummed about having to wear uniforms for three years, I was ready to be a "big kid", and go to Seventy First Classical Middle School.
Near the end of my seventh grade year I was diagnosed with ASD.. Which pretty much means I was born with this hole in the wall of my heart. I was operated on at Duke, and thanks to the device in my heart, I'm alright now.
Middle school for me was okay, it wasn't as bad as everyone says it is, but I'm glad to be done with it. I kind of just floated in, and floated out. I admit, I wish I would've been more involved with school activities, but now I look back and think, well I already had trouble managing my time between sports and homework.. A club would've killed me. In conclusion, middle school for me was just another hoop I had to jump through.
I'm leaving this square blank because there is always room for growth. No matter how far I go, I wont let myself become satisfied with life. Instead I push aside my past and make room for new experiences, and opportunities. Growth is an infinite process, and as soon as you get comfortable you'll realize there is still more to learn. ;)
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