Due to his parent’s death when he was only a child, Keats was raised by his maternal grandmother and had his first education (since he was eight) at the Enfield Academy, in London. When he was fifteen
We sprint to where she was sent. “Let’s get her. Now. It’s perfect there is on one.” “No tomorrow.” Says Allison. “For now we can stay someone one of my close friends.” The next day we were up early in the morning, the birds chirping, the sun rising, and the rooster cockadoodling.
I grew up in a God-fearing household. I attended my church’s academy starting in elementary school continued there until I moved overseas. I attended church just about every night of the week with my mother. If it was not intercessory prayer or mid-week Bible study, it was dance practice, deacon board meetings, or special revival services. When I was seven I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior for myself.
My family is very inspiring to me. I am very thankful that my parents brought me into this world. Growing up my parents always showed me how exactly things work in life. One of the hardest things that I had to accept was that I could not have everything I wanted. There were times when my parents spoiled me but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish.
My nephew Adam is six years old. He spends most of his day either at school or at the daycare center. Adam live in an apartment with his parents and with his two siblings. I made the observation at home in the presence of both his parents and siblings. The observation took me roughly an hour.
My mother has always stressed the importance of dedication and hard work. My family and the people that I have encountered have contributed greatly to my life. I want to take what I’ve learned and apply everything to my everyday life for the betterment of my future. The earliest memory of significance during my childhood was going through my parents’ divorce. It was the beginning of first grade and looking back, I had absolutely no idea what was going on when my parents sat down to sign legal documents with a divorce lawyer.
My summer i was workful and active. I was all over the place i was at my friends house, my couisins house, my aunts house, and my great grandmothers house. Mostly i was sleeping in my bed until like 12 0r 1 in the afternoon. When i went to my aunts house in North Carolina it took about a 5 or 6 hour drive. When i went it was night time so me, my aunt, and my siblings played hide and seek until 3 in the morning.
Working at camp has taught me incredible things. I have been able to work with children from age six all the way up to fourteen. One particular week sticks out in my mind. During my second week of cabin leading we had kids ages 7-10. Christopher caught my attention from the moment he walked in the cabin.
I was born in Texas in August 1999 while my mom was visiting her family. When I was five months old, I moved to Japan. My dad had been stationed in Japan with the Air Force since September 1997. I was able to live there until I was until I was six. While living there, I went to daycare and was able to go on many field trips.
Hank, or “Hankerdoodle” as l nicknamed him, is my nephew. Hank just turned three years old at the beginning of March. Hank is living in my parent’s home with his Mom and Dad. Hank’s Mom and Dad have been separated for a few months but recently started living together again. Hank’s mom is a marriage and family therapist and Hank’s Dad is a screenprint artist.