One in 8,100. 0.01234%. Those were the odds that I would be born with my two sister, being separated by only three minutes from first born Hannah, to a minute later me, and finally two minutes later Rebecca. People are often flabbergasted when they hear that I am a triplet, but to me it is normal. I am used to always being in between two sisters (including in the backseat of the car since we were babies).
We are both teenagers living a regular teenage life in our society. Where we live, basically everyone one knows everyone else. Also, we are both strong people. I am strong because of my parents divorce, which I have also learned how to treat people and how not to treat people. I also have learned respect for everyone’s feelings.
What do you Know About Jasmyne Bibbins?? I, Jasmyne Makaela Bibbins was born July 3rd 2003 at 8:05 am in Loma Linda, California. I was born to the proud parents of Michael and Lashae Bibbins. I share my birthday with Tom Cruise, a famous actor.
A bulk of those memories come on the basketball court. We have won two ORES state championships, lost one, and not even make it to the state tournament with one another. I have shared countless practices with him and I believe that is a considerable reason we have become so close. Those practices that we have been through together have taught me a great deal about who he is and as well as myself. How to compete while controlling
The Third Twin How would you feel if you suddenly found out you had a sibling you never knew about? My SSR book, “The Third Twin” by Cynthia J. Omololu is about a crazy situation like this. This story was about how two twins, Ava and Alexa, get framed for murders happening in the area. Then, later in the story, they meet there triplet and believe she’s the killer. I rated this book a six and a half out of ten.
In total, I have received four varsity letters for the sport. While my senior season is not yet over, thus far I have received BVC 3rd team ranking my freshman year and 1st team rankings my sophomore and junior years. The last two years I have made it to the State track meet with my 4x400 teams and been awarded Academic All-Ohio as well. Track taught, and continues to teach me the importance of teamwork. Specifically, the State qualifying teams I have been apart of have shown me that sometimes I have to rely on others, and them on me, to achieve ultimate goals, like going to State.
My three shot story illustrates that you can’t always trust what you see. In frame one I used a close candid shot to show how deep the snow is. In the next frame I used a medium shot straight to show a little more of the background to show the where the colvard is compared to the road . Then in the last frame I did a point of view, long shot to show the tracks off the road. The first shot uses a close shot to try and exclude all the background, and get more of the detail.
I was an eighth grade girl who was running the same workouts as the junior and senior boys. My team won the conference meet and I won all conference honors. We went on to place second at the section meet, which earned us a place at the state meet. I earned all section honors myself and missed going to state as an individual by only a few places. At the state meet,
It was nice but I looked back at the football. I did not do it for the attention but rather the fact that from there on I would be able to do it. My race wasn’t for the attention, but to prove to myself that I was able to beat the odds. I challenged the preconceived notion that my team would end up last. As a JV team in a varsity race, with the odds against us, we came in 10th out of 17 teams.
Throughout my high school career have been, running track and field freshman through senior year finishing 1st in my 4X200m relay at the regional competition, earning awards, and JV / Varsity letters. During the track season I balanced practice for two hours or meets for 5 hours, along with a job and school. At each meet I participated in 4 events including the 100m dash, 200m dash, 4x100m relay, and the 4x200m relay. During my years of high school I have earned several On-time performance awards along with several attendance awards. At the end of my junior year I was awarded with most improved in my academics which is something I strived very hard for to earn.
I was not supposed to be on varsity, but since I was at every summer workout and studied the sport for the upcoming season I earned a spot. When we went to start practice I was starting on both defense and offense and I felt unstoppable. Two weeks went by and we had our first scrimmage against the hale center. I
I was super excited about it because of all of the hard work and countless sacrifices I had put in for nine years, but what I was not expecting was lots and lots of drama. I spend a lot of time with the girls on the team from 6AM practices to 8 hour meets so we are all very close, almost too close. My best friend on the team was also on the varsity squad, but she used to be are number two runner until a few girls passed her. As the meets started progressing, my times improved and she did not improve as much as I did; She could
While I realize that few people have the opportunity to experience such a close bond, this “twin thing” has hindered my individual development. Even though I realize that it is hard for people to distinguish me from my identical twin, it is frustrating to be always referred to as “the twins.” People
Becoming a father in my life was the best thing that has ever happened to me. Living for someone else and not just yourself is a special feeling. Knowing that it is your sole duties in life are now to love, provide, teach, mentor, discipline and love some more. I always hear people say “ Im don 't think I 'm ready to be a parent.” and to be honest I do not think anyone is ready to be a parent.