My fun fact was I have my fire card and I like to shoot guns.
I've grown up most my life if the little town of prospect Ohio, with my parents one brother and two sisters. I'm hoping to be a really skilled teacher in the next few years.
The poem that stood out the most to me was "bury me in free land" by Frances Harper. It is such a powerful message about how she did not want to leave this world where slavery was still such a major problem. She really expressed in great detail how she would feel if she died while slavery was bad. It was just a really emotionally filled poem that I've read multiple times and still get the same amount of emotional out of.
One of the most recent books to have meaning in my life was Looking For Alaska, by John Greene. The way the main characters acted with each other just made me look at my own personal life and my relationships with friends. It took me back to junior high with my friends and the struggles we went threw, and working threw the major issues we faced.