A slice of Olsi Gjata’s Life
Part 1: The Story of My Life in 100 Words
Swoosh is what I hear during my free time. I shoot three’s like baller since a child when I was in Florida where I was born. Then my parents decided to leave Florida because it was too hot and we moved into the small town of Norridge, Illinois. We stayed there for about 5 years until my parents wanted to move, yet, again. We came to Mount Prospect, where I am a freshman, and it was waiting to be discovered. I look forward to many things like being valedictorian or getting a drivers license. Ever since a young boy I wanted to go to Harvard and that is still my goal.
Part 2: Graphing My life
Part 3: Music That I Like
When I was in 6th grade I learned the guitar… kind of. I learned the fundamentals and I learned some songs like twinkle twinkle little star and Meet the Elements. I really like the song meet the elements because it has a really nice rhythm. Also, it was the first song I had learned on the guitar. It was a song my science teacher showed us in class.
Part 4: 9:00 p.m. Friday(8/26/16)
Part 5: My video — A regular day
Part 6: Three People Who Inspire Me
One person that inspires me is Abraham Lincoln(1809–1865). He was the 16th president. He inspires me because he is honest. Once a women gave him extra change and he ran after her to give her the change back. He inspired me to try to become the president.
Another person is Albert Einstein(1879–1955). He was theoretical-physicist. He was known for his philosophy of science. He inspired me because he was well known and smart. I look up to him because I want to be like him. One of his quotes that I really like is,“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”
The next person is Shakespeare(1564–1616). He was the writer of many English books and inspires me because of the way he wrote his books in which every word has a meaning to it.
Part 7: Something Inspirational + My Dream
Something I want to be when I grow up is a lawyer or the President. I am interested in politics. Or I could be a doctor.
“Neither a wise man nor a brave man lies down on the tracks of history to wait for the train of the future to run over him.” — Dwight D. Eisenhower