16 Cornell Rd. New Fairfield, CT. 06812.
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I have one of the most unique heritages around. My father was born in this country. His father was American too. His mother however was Icelandic. My mother's parents were Chileans a hint of Italian. Then there are my brothers and I. We are all American citizens, but we have Chilean blood running in our veins as well as Icelandic.
I was born on February 18th, 1984 at Danbury Hospital at 5:15 P.M. When I was born, I was required to stay in an incubator because I was born earlier than expected. After a few days in an incubator, I was able to go home with my mother, as long as they kept the heat on and made sure that I was always warm. Unlucky for us, we had electrical heat, which cost a large sum of money. When I was three years old, my parents thought that I was deaf or mute because I wouldn't talk at all. This was rather odd for a three year old not to talk, but when my mom was at work and I was at my babysitter's house, my babysitter was making vanilla fudge. She persuaded me to say "please" to eat a piece of fudge and I did.
That wasn't the only weird thing in my childhood. At around the same time, I used to have a hobby of peeling crayon wrappers. My mother would give me a big box of crayons and I would take the paper off and neatly place it in a pile. This would often keep me occupied for hours.
As time went by, I got older. Currently, I am a student at New Fairfield High School with an estimate GPA of 3.2. If there is one thing that I have learned in High School, it is to get involved. When you're involved, it will prevent you from becoming a potato head. Right now, I am co-class president, co-president of FBLA, co-founder and co-president of SCUBA club. I won an award from the State Board of Education for Community Service. I am an active Boy Scout, on my way to become Eagle and the list goes on. When I get involved, I become a leader and demonstrate my skills and I don't think that I could have done that if it weren't for the environment and family that I grew up with.
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