Joyce Strengths And Weaknesses

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Five years ago I was walking into grade two, covering my face, hoping no one would see me. I had been to the school on a visit, but I haven 't made any memorable friends yet. I came in and sat in my assigned seat. Joyce turned around and looked at me. “Hi,” she said as I looked at her with a terrible fright. “Hi,” I said anxiously. Then something slips out of my mouth that I am always eager to ask everyone about, “When is your birthday?” “April 19,” she said and smiled, “when is yours?” “April 19th,”I said shockingly. Furthermore, from that moment on I knew we would be good friends. Joyce Mei Yan Lee is a 12-year-old, and is 5.2 ft in length. Her black hair is mostly down in a low ponytail. She also has deep dark brown eyes. She has tan coloured…show more content…
Firstly Joyce 's strengths are her compassion towards her peers and those who are younger than her. She is always able to lend a helping hand to a teacher or a friend in need. Secondly, her weakness is giving into a fight?which is when we fight. I very much so dislike when Joyce and I fight, and it causes a feud between our peers. Some of Joyce 's main quotes that she says are “Dude”, “Savage!”, “You’ve got to be kidding me”, calling us nicknames like B, Liz, and Rach, and when she says something along the lines of “Reasonable” or “True”.
Something she also does is sneeze very weirdly and she blesses herself after she sneezes. She sounds something like this: Haaaaaachhhooo-blesyu, which I find very silly. Joyce’s favorite Bible verse is James 27: Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. My character sketch I think that Joyce is an amazing friend who is always caring, understanding, and always there when you need her no matter the circumstances. I am very happy that I met Joyce on that day of grade two. I have learned that God has made everyone special, from the tips of our toes to the tops of our heads, and that we all have a
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