September 10, 2013
Growing up was great for the most part. My mother and father taught me a lot along the way, and that is the reason I am who I am today. I was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina on May 10, 1989 to the parents of Rose and Willie “Scoop” Robinson Jr... Growing up I was the baby of the family, so I really got everything I wanted. I have three sisters Kesha Zeigler, Tasha Zeigler, and Shamara Robinson. I also have two step brothers and one step sister Patrick, Pamela, and the late Dexter Robinson. My childhood was a very challenging and experimental at the same time. When I was seven I was introduce to ballet. I continue ballet for four years and I love it. I had a chance to travel and explore the world. I auditioned for New York Ballet and Performing Art School and I was accepted. I also made front page of the Times and Democrat as well. But my hopes and dreams ended fast when my parents refused to move to New York City to continue my career as a dance. I was disappointed for a while, but I channel my auger on something different. I begin to take interest in sports. I went to William J. Clark middle School. My whole middle school years I played basketball and also participated in band playing the clarinet. At this point, that is when my life to a dramatic change. My parents had separated. By this time and the age I was I really did not understand a whole lot about what was going on, but I was always taught never ask question about grown adults problems also. I became a auntie at a early age in my life. My first niece was born July 30, 1995. By this time in my life I became an adult. My sister left my niece at the age of two for my mother to raise her. Because it was only me and my sister leaving in the house we had to help my mother raise her. At time went by I spent more and more time with my father instead of my mother. You could say I was a daddy’s girl, because I was always with him. In 2003, I started high school...