I like to meet new inventive people who are willing to step outside the box. I enjoy traveling the southwest to visit my family who lives in the surrounding area. I appreciate going on adventurous hikes, in the mountains, to observe the masterpiece that mother nature has painted us with her brush. Everyday I teach students who need more assistance and affection than what anyone has ever been able to give them. I strive to be a role model to my sisters all the while being a rock for my mother to rest on.
Others see me as a mature young lady who’s finding her way in the world, skipping happily along her own trail. Someone who is clever beyond her years because of what life has thrown her way. I’m viewed as a wise young owl that sits on a branch observing the world beneath her, swooping down at the first sign of distress.
I wish to be more independent and free to do as I please. I move in my own way and in my own time. One day I will have my own classroom filled with faces that depend on me to leave an every-lasting impression. I look forward to the day in which I can truly make a difference in each and every one of my students’ lives. Most importantly, I want my days to be spent enjoying my life with the ones I love. After all, success is to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children.