Story Of My Life

Story Of My Life

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  • Exposition: "I Know You!"
  • Welcome Home Sadie Sheridan Barry
  • Exposition 2: It's Me
  • Princess
  • Rising Action:I'm Officially A Big Girl
  • Let me get a picture!
  • Dec. 2nd, 2004, I was a (hopefully) delightful surprise when my mom was doing laundry. I was born three weeks early, and my mom had to reschedule her c-section while she was trying to keep me in. After that lovely struggle, and a few hours later, my mom held up a tiny, wailing, and long-haired me. My dad looked at me and said, "I know you!" and then I screamed louder. A tender first moment.
  • Rising Action 2: It's Not All Candy and Rainbows
  • It'll be okay.
  • Ages three and four were when I really became me. I started telling my dad stories to copy down, and I turned a book of Mother-Daughter poetry into "Lisa Causes Problems". I constantly drew, dressed up as characters in my imagination and from books, and acted at home. I aslo never left the side of my rabbit blankie, Mr. Ears. Name courtesy of Dad.
  • Rising Action 3: Now My Life Begins!
  • 10th B-Day Present
  • The first day of kindergarten meant the world to me. I had had bad anxiety for my whole life, but that wasn't getting in my way. I was READY! The picture my mom took is still a piece of family lore.
  • Climax: Lights, Camera, Tiny Roles!
  • Ribbons! Get your ribbons!
  • When I was five, my parents told me my dad had been diagnosed with MS for about 12 years. That was when I realized I had problems in my life, and so did others. I matured a lot that day. My first sad experience that close to home is a defining part of me. Instead of going camping, Dad and I write stories. Everything about my first hardship was good and bad.
  • Officially 10, with friends, educated, smart, creative, talented, dorky, bookish, nerdy, me-ified, I really dove in. I was "that kid", who slammed the doors open to school in the morning and shot weird faces at friends during lessons that I did well on. I knew who I was, even though only the first metaphorical paragraph of my life had been written.
  • Sadie
  • Even though my dream and current occupation is being an artiste, this drama queen's biggest role was The Ribbon Lady in a 5-10 year-old production Cinderella. While I don't see acting in my future job, I'll still pop into a random character while eating, crying... basically my life is a stage show.
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