Inside The Life of Sarah Eyles

Part 1: The Story of My Life in 100 Words

Spending time with my family: Dad, Mom, and Jack. Missing my sister Lindsey. Hanging out with my friends. Playing with my dog. Traveling around the country. Playing at Siesta Key Beach. Going to school. Waking up early to play soccer. Staying up late to go to dance class. This has been my life for the past 14 years. Living in the same house, on the same street, in the same town. Reading books. Listening to music. Playing in my backyard. Soccer, frisbee, badminton, football, volleyball. Jumping on my trampoline. Baking sweet treats. Drawing pictures. Painting landscapes. Life is all good.

Part 2: Graphs of My Life

Part 3: Music that is Special to Me

Hawai’i ‘78 by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole reminds me of when I was in Hawaii. This song was played at many stores, tourist attractions, and restaurants. My trip to Hawaii was special because it was with my dad’s whole side of the family.

https://youtu.be/qyQGn6E3Lcg

Part 4: Picture on Friday Night at 9:00

On Friday nights, I usually hangout with my friends. Here, I am attending the Prospect football game.

Part 5: Video of My Life

http://youtu.be/MnIC9F3Qw9M

Playing frisbee with my dog Sammie.

Part 6: People Who Inspire Me

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/10178344/JK-Rowling-unmasked-as-author-of-acclaimed-detective-novel.html

JK Rowling is the author of the Harry Potter series. She was jobless and homeless before she became a best selling author.

http://live.worldbank.org/experts/malala-yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is an activist for female rights and education. She was shot by the Taliban, and she is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

My sister Lindsey was diagnosed with cancer when she was nine. She taught me to be brave and have a positive attitude.

Part 7: Inspirational Quote

“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” — Theodore Roosevelt

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