Will Horvath’s Life at 14

Only being fourteen, I have lots of things to look forward to. Driver’s license, high school, and college are a few major things that I will face in my future. As a runner, I constantly look forward to the track season and train as much as I can with keeping a good balance of homework time. I enjoy going to school and want to be educated. I have been playing basketball for years and hope to make the high school team. I start driver’s education very soon and seeing myself driving is a frightening thought. That’s my brief life description.

This song relates to me because I love The Office. My sister and I always watch it and crack-up together.

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On a Friday night at 9:00p.m I am usually at the varsity football game at Prospect. My friends and I walk from my house to the game all pumped and hopeful for a win. About two hours later, we walk back with scratchy voices from cheering and shouting.

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Michael Mersch inspires me because he has followed his dream while climbing over huge obstacles in is life.

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Eric Berry plays football for the Kansas City Cheifs. In 2014 he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He fully recovered and still plays for the Chiefs today.

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Nick Vujicic is a motivational speaker who talks about his life without arms or legs.

“Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.” -Kevin Durant

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