Me, Myself and I
January 24, 2011
I. What was my family like?
a. Oldest child of two
b. Very strict mom
c. Parents were still married until my moms death
II. What do I remember about my childhood?
a. Church on Sundays
b. Family reunions
c. Dinners at my grandma and papas house
III. What were my hobbies? (Family hobbies)
a. We showed chickens
c. Bike riding
IV. Favorite memories of my life
a. Trip to Washington state
b. Camping trip to Balch Park
c. Fishing trip out of San Simeon Pier
V. Jobs of my life
a. Usher at theater
b. Front Office Supervisor
c. Truck Driver
VI. Goals of my life
a. Got married and having children
b. Owning my own business
c. Earning my bachelors degree
Me, Myself and I
I thought that by the time I hit thirty years old I would be something. I got out of high school and went straight to college like I thought I should and have never left. In this paper, I will try and give my life story, by using some of the adult development theories that I have learned so far in this class. Then I will take you on a look to my future as I hope it will turn out.
I grew up with a very strict and God-fearing mother, so trying to get away with anything was almost impossible. I can remember growing up and having one of my aunts telling me and my sister that we were weird because our parents were still married, this has stuck with me for many years and I am happy to say that my parents stayed married until my moms death in 2008.
There are so many memories that come flooding to my mind as I sit here. One of my first childhood memories was that I always wanted to be with my grandparents because they let me get away with anything and everything. My grandparents would take me to church every...