Personal Essay: Turning The Page

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“There comes a day when you realize turning the page is the best feeling in the world, because, you realize there is so much more to the book than the page you were stuck on” by Zayn Malik. This quote caught my attention because it explains how we cannot dwell on the past or the present and we need to keep moving to the future. I struggle with this because I hate when people are mad at me, this would probably be my greatest weakness. I think one of my strengths would be making friends and cheer and dance. I think when you finally realize it is time to turn the page you feel like you become a better person and you feel like you can finally move forward. When I was 12 I had never met my real dad. All I knew before I was 12 was my dad left when…show more content…
I knew meeting my real dad was something I had to do. Some of these things are little things I had to overcome by just “turning the page”. I am one of those people who loves making new friends. When I started at Udall I made friends quickly, some people struggle with that. I like to think of myself as being successful for only being 17. When I was in the third grade all the way to fifth grade I was nominated social butterfly because I just love making new friends and talking to people. I have medals from when I ran track and placed. I also got third in my class spelling bee. Another thing is I have been cheering since I was four years old and I did competitive cheer for five years and I would love to keep cheering because as a side career I want to be a cheer coach for either a school or a competitive cheer team. I have been dancing since I was about six years old, but I had to quit and decide between cheer or dance. I chose cheer but I am on my high school dance team and it is so fun to be able to dance again and start learning new things. I hope in the future I will be married to the love of my life and have a few beautiful children, but first for me it is college. I will be attending Butler Community College for two years, then go to K-State and get my
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