14 and Far-Out
A look into the life of Isabella Krasteva
Part 1: “The story of my life in 100 words”
Young. Free. No bias. No limit. Not a care in the world,
running through fields as soon as the first leaves fall.
snowball fights as soon as winter seasons hit.
But soon enough, You’re all grown up.
Snow angels turn into demons. Drama. School. Stress.
That mediocre fight with your best friend turns into memories of someone you used to love.
“I hate you.”
That fight with your father when he grounded you turns into regret. Hospitals. Worries. Memories,
“Don’t leave me.”
Please be a dream.
“Am I still that carefree little girl?”
because this is reality.
Part 2: Graphing my Life
Part 3: Music that moves me
This song helps me to realize that mistakes are just teachable moments. I have done things in my life that I regret but I learn to not dwell in the midst of them and move forward with the knowledge of my past mistakes. In this song, he sings about beating his drug addiction, and how anyone can do the same thing that he did and he doesn‘t let anything stop him from achieving his goals: “I’mma be what I set out to be, without a doubt, undoubtably.”He doesn‘t let anything stop him from achieving his goals: “I’mma be what I set out to be, without a doubt, undoubtably.” I admire his strength to overcome the pressures of life and to be able to get back up and achieve his goals.
Part 4: Me at 9 pm on a Friday night.
This is me and my friends at the prospect football game on Friday night. This girl we know photobombed our picture but other than that it was a great night. I had a great time with my friends!
Part 5: A short video- a typical day
this is a typical day with me and my friends just goofing off and having fun and listening to music.
Part 6: People that inspire me
#1 — Malala Yousafzai
Malala was only 17 when she was shot in the head for standing up for education. Since then, she has been wowing the world with her courage, passion, and dedication towards the rights of girls and education all around the world. I admire the way she inspires people to change the world.
#2 — Anky van Grunsven
(Theodora Elisabeth Gerarda “Anky” van Grunsven) is a Dutch dressage champion. She is the only rider to record three Olympic wins in the same event and holds the record for winning the most Olympic medals by an equestrian (9 medals). Ever since I was little, I have always loved horses and she inspires me to follow my dreams and work hard and maybe one day I will be as successful as her.
#3 — Gabby Douglas
She is the first African American of any nationality in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion and the first American gymnast to win gold in both the individual all-around and team competitions at the same Olympics. She inspires me to keep doing gymnastics to work hard so that I can maybe one day be just as good.
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