Presentation on theme: " I’ve been playing soccer since I was 7 years old. I spend a lot of my time outdoors, playing soccer, fishing, and hunting. I work at Skyline. "— Presentation transcript:
I’ve been playing soccer since I was 7 years old. I spend a lot of my time outdoors, playing soccer, fishing, and hunting. I work at Skyline. My birthday is October 25 th, I’ve broken both my ankles, collar bone, and toe. My left ankle required surgery. 11 Pointer, November 2008
That I don’t look like my brother That I am a good leader on the soccer field That I am a role model to some
I want to Improve my English and Reading scores on the ACT Improve my procrastination and actually get things done early Improve my patience when it deals with friends, problems, hunting, etc..
Proud to be an American Earning Straight A’s all year Having a job with steady income
Landon Donavon Megan Fox Dane Cook
Spain Australia Japan
I would honestly have to say The Hangover because my friends and I have gotten the chance to drive some really nice cars, such as a 2010 corvette Cadillac CTS, and the new Nissan Altima. I’ve taken a road trip, not to Las Vegas, but to Raleigh, North Carolina. In the end, I can’t remember much of what happened this year. A lot of things seem like its been a while ago but really it wasn’t. When it comes time for finals, I am sure I will remember the things I’ve learned though.
Right now in my life, I would have to say that the song that describes me would be “It’s not my time” by Three Doors Down. It describes how things are getting worse/harder, similar to how soccer is going for me. I have it everyday but 2 days and I have to work those days. I have no life anymore and I feel like I'm missing out on my high school life. In the beginning of the song it starts out talking about the beginning and how life was like an ocean. Open for opportunities over a broad
Range. It then goes on saying that the current is pulling me down and its harder to breathe. This is describing the competition as everyone is getting better. In the end it goes on saying that its not time to give in, for all I have ever worked for is too much to give up now.