All About Me

All About Me

  • Submitted By: babar1111
  • Date Submitted: 12/04/2013 5:49 AM
  • Category: English
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Who I Am Or Who I Think I Am
I am engineering major who wants to change the world. I am a diligent and hardworking student that slacks off a bit but I still try to be the best student that I could be. I was born in Boston Massachusetts. I have 2 half-brothers, one is older the other one is younger. There’s probably more considering my father’s track record but who really knows. My family is originally from Haiti and Dominican Republic.

As a kid I was quiet around people I didn't know, like people in my family, but once I was in middle school it was a whole different ball game. For my first year in middle school I learned as much as possible to fit in and be cool for one of my good friends and once I picked it up I was unstoppable. While in middle school (from 6th to 8th grade) I joined the football team, and I automatically loved the game. It was so much fun to catch the ball and run dodging everyone and either making a touchdown or hitting someone really hard make it ten times better, and I didn't know at the time that I was slowly gaining popularity for it. But every good thing had to come to an end. 8th grade year we played hard and almost won in Districts but we got beat bad by the Fitchburg kids, they were bigger and stronger, but I got over it and graduated.

The summers were always fun but mine ended one month early because my mother did something very unusual. We always plan trips to places every year like Florida, or Canada, or Dominican Republic...etc. but that summer she told me right after my brothers birthday that I was going to Boarding school in a week…. She just dropped the ball just like that I was so shocked I didn't know what to say so I said nothing. My bags were already packed and she told me that we were gonna leave a day or two earlier. So I told all of my friends then I left, it was a long drive to North Carolina but once we got there it was so strange. It was like being in another country altogether, because I’m a City boy and...

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