5 Life Events That Shaped Me Into Who I Am Today


When Basketball was invented in 1891, that was the start of who I am today even though I wasn't born when basketball was first around it is a huge part of my life right now and will continue to be a big part of my life. 

In 1830 the church my family is apart if was organized and this shapes who I am and has a big impact on my life because it's something that is important to me and if I didn't have this in my life I wouldn't know most of the things I do and I probably would of done a lot of things wrong in my life.

 Back in September, my gg passed away, and this took a big impact on my life and basically pulled me into the reality of people leaving too fast sometimes. Her main saying used to be “I’m S.T.R.O.N.G.'' She said it every time she was in pain  or having a hard time. She was the strongest woman I knew. Her passing away showed me I need to live my life fully and not regret things because we're only here for a short amount of time.

So in May of 2020 I had to move down to the states for a while because of covid. Some people would think this would suck, but honestly it was the coolest experience i've ever had. This happened changed my perspective on the world and how everything operates. I got to watch how Knoxville, Florida, and Chattanooga all reacted to the global pandemic that is going on currently.This was a cool experience because most people only know one side of covid, and this is the side Airdrie sees in this case. They see everything shut down with no official opening date, they see all these restrictions being put in place over this pandemic. In the places I lived over the summer I got to see other places react to what was happening and got to see how they handled this. Personally I like their way more than I like airdries. They kept things open and just lived life with masks.

The day I was born. Since the day I was born my parents have been the biggest influences I have in my life. They have been doing their hardest since I was born. They taught me right and wrong. They taught me that if I want something I need to work for it. They taught me patience and determination. They taught me how to be respectful towards others and they also taught me how to be kind and loving. If I didn’t have my parents with me I would not be the person I am today and that makes me very glad I can have them there as an example.

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