17 September 2013
When I think of an influential person in my life I think of a hardworking, patient, and kindhearted. Peter was that type of person to me. My father was not around nor had the time to even think of me. Peter related to me with never knowing his father also. His daily life made a big impact on mine without him really doing anything at all. Threw his responsible actions to him being an outgoing person, Peter was someone who had a impact on my life.
Having equal importance around other peers is a good feeling. Peter carried responsible very well at a young age. With me being eighteen and coaching a swim team of eighty kids, having parents ask advice on what their child needs to do to improve was big for me. Peter taught little dribblers during his high school years. He was a great coach and all the kids loved him. Working at the skating rink at night and weekends Peter had a lot of responsibilities for a job. When I was in High School I work at the same location. Lock-inns held at the skating rink were a big task with staying up all night; also making sure kids did not escape and making the environment friendly. Being entrusted from other at a young age made me grow up fast with a feel for the real world.
Peter was very outgoing and kept a grasp on his life. He always treated the people around him fairly and equal. Threw his school years I always saw Peter with an array of friends and never with one social group that he stuck with nor let that define Peter. When I was 17 my parents split and I moved across town to attend a new school. The new school was different in size of the campus to the number and verity of students. Watching Peter at my younger age made me open up and that people are different in many ways. I was able to be outgoing to other and not so judgmental. When I first started class I new few people but at the end of the year it felt like I knew the whole school and had made a lot...