A Look Into the Life of Annie Gibbons

By: Annie Gibbons

Part 1: The Story of My Life

I was born in Mount Prospect and have lived here all my life. I went to Mount Prospect Child Care Center for 2 years and then went to St. Raymond School for 9 years. As a young child, I spent most of my time playing backyard games with my neighbors and brothers. Now that they have gone off to different colleges, I spend most of my time playing soccer, doing homework, hanging out with friends, spending time with my dog, or watching Netflix. Although I have faced some hard times in my life, I have loved every minute of it.


Part 2: Graphing My Life


Part 3: Music That Means Something to Me

The song Home by Johnnyswim reminds me that no matter what happens to me I can always go home and people will be there for me. I also like this song and band because it’s something that me and my sister bond over. We both really like the band and their songs.


Part 4: What I Was Doing at 9:00

At the Prospect football game with friends.

Part 5: Vine


Part 6: 3 People That Inspire Me

Helen Keller

Helen Keller. Photo credit: zenithcity

Helen Keller never gave up on anything. Even though she was blind and deaf, she didn’t let obstacles get in her way. Helen Keller inspires me to work hard at everything I do and strive to achieve great things.

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson. Photo credit: biography

Jackie Robinson didn’t let any obstacles stop him from achieving his goals. He fought through a lot of hate and never gave up. Jackie Robinson inspires me to achieve my goals. He inspires me to never give up on anything no matter what gets in my way.

Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa. Photo credit: catholicfoodie

Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity. They run hospices for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy, and tuberculosis. They also run orphanages, schools, soup kitchens, mobile clinics, and children’s and family counseling programs. Mother Teresa dedicated her life to the people and was able to help change the world. She inspires me to do something great with my life, and she shows me that anything is possible.


Part 7: A Quote That Inspires Me

“Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.”- Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society

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