En la vida de una chica que tiene dieciséis años
I was born on October 2nd, 1999, in Park Ridge, IL. I have three brothers named Drew, Kenny, and PJ. I am a triplet along with Drew and Kenny. I have always lived in Mount Prospect and I went to Lions Park Elementary School and Lincoln Middle School. As I got older I had more and more classes with my siblings each year, which was a little strange at first but then you kind of get used to it. When I was younger I used to play all kinds of sports like basketball, softball, volleyball, and hockey. Now I just play softball and tennis because I don’t have a lot of time and/or money.
Whenever I get frustrated or angry with someone, mainly my siblings, I would go to my room and play this song. It would just make me a little happier that I would forget why I am mad or frustrated.
At around 9 o’clock I usually do homework and sometimes I go in my basement and ask for help on homework or help my siblings on theirs.
The first person who I am inspired by is Niklas Hjalmarsson. He is someone who follows his dreams and works hard to reach everything he wants. He was born in Sweden and played hockey there and he came to America to get drafted for the NHL. Most kids dream of this but never follow through with the process but he did.
I also admire Luke Bryan because the music he writes just motivates and helps me get through things I don’t like (homework).
Lastly, Jennie Finch inspires me because she is a talented and confident women who takes on any challenge that comes her way and finds a way to excel in everything she does.
My very big dream is to compete at a professional level in softball. I want to be a catcher for the Chicago Bandits.
I chose McDonald’s because most people in America rely on fast food, especially McDonald’s, for their meals on the go.
Americans litter all the time and nobody seems to care. I don’t get how people don’t feel bad about littering everywhere and want to try and stop it.
Also when I hear America, I think about all the people who say they want to take part in the army to fight for their country. These people are very dedicated to their country and are willing to die for our freedom.