My Simple Autobiography

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Running Head: Autobiography Part A Life is tough, yes it is. It makes you bleed, lick your wounds, and also gives you strength to get up and move on with whatever you have. Life is also surprising. It has the most amazing and sometimes, the scariest lessons in stores for us. No, I am not being melodramatic. I have had a perfect normal, healthy life so far like any other typical American but it's just that, this age is depressing. With too much going on around us, every American is just too confused. Politics, racism, illuminati, college life, pressure of having a normal career; and the list goes on and on and on. However, like any other average American, I also had a loving family, helpful friends, caring boyfriend/ girlfriend. They all had expectations out of me but they all managed to accept me for who I am. And, it is their acceptance of me as a person that has been a source of inspiration and encouragement for me so far. Beginning of My life My life has been quite simple. Like any other typical American kid, it began with stepping out of my baby cot. My mother still has pictures of me taking my first step. Although, I was a cute little chubby kid who was loved by everyone but the dilemma of my childhood was the arrival of a younger baby in the house. Yes, my younger sister. For about three years, I was loved by everyone. I was the centre of everyone's attention. No vacations were complete without me and all of a sudden, there was a direct competition. Then, the
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