This time, to not repeat my last accident, I put the cup on the table next to my jelly sandwich. I run back over to the fridge and pull out the cold 2% milk. Slowly and carefully, I fill the cup halfway this time and return the milk to the fridge, then sit down in my mahogany wooden chair to enjoy my delicious jelly sandwich and milk. “I’m so proud of you!” My mom proclaims as she comes off the last steps of the staircase with a large smile on her face. She walks over to my chair and looks at my little snack.
I do not know how to start a story much less tell one. Which will make thing hard for you and me both, but I 'll try because this is a crazy journey I 'm on and I do not know how to escape. I see a car, filled with people. Seven to be exact and I 'm one of them. We 're on a hunt, for something.
All these chapters in my life have made the person of who i am today. Of course it had it's up's and downs to get here and more up and downs to look forward in life. But boy do you learn so much of it just to get where you really want to be and show everyone how you become this person everyone doubted about. I’d like to start from what I remember when i was a young little girl who never knew had a half sister, I always thought I was an only child. Until I went to Mexico for vacations and I met her and my grandmas house, she was very beautiful and so different from by looks and personality.
1 Maria Twelve years ago I was in an accident and I’ve been in a wheelchair ever since. - How has your life changed? My life has changed dramatically. But I’m not so sure, that the fact of a wheelchair upsets me. I’ve been working at the same company for eight years.
I don’t know how to do that, because I don't know who I am. I can’t explain my life in an essay because my life doesn’t fit into the parameters of 3 questions. I don’t know how to explain myself. I don’t know how, and I don’t like analyzing myself. I don’t like what I find.
Pretty dumb right? I 'm in my freshman year of high school but I have the knowledge of a college student, or at least that 's what everyone says. People at my old school say I 'm like a human dictionary. In my opinion, that 's not that much of a problem right? On top of that, I have really high expectations from my mom and dad based on my level of knowledge.
Now I’m doing something completely different from all three of the previous years. I’m preparing myself to raise a child. High school changed everything in my life. I one was good at math, I never had so many teachers leave at one time, my taste in friends was proven to be a typical high school experience, and my free time changed. After Senior year I’m not looking forward to adult for the rest of my