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If I could trade places with anyone, from anytime, quiet honestly, I would not. My life experiences have made me the person I am today with my own little quirks and idiosyncrasies.

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Jacque Hill Treglown English Composition I 8th February 2006 If I could trade places with anyone, from anytime, quiet honestly, I would not. My life experiences have made me the person I am today with my own little quirks and idiosyncrasies. I am happy with my life and looking forward to what lays ahead. Most importantly, my life comes from my own decisions and experiences. I have control over it, and what direction I want it to go. I am the person I am today because of the things I have gone though: abuse, extreme poverty, living on the streets. I have my scars from each of these situations but I have come through each stronger and with new rules by which I live my life. ...read more.

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I have recently decided to continue my education, which gives me even more potential then I had before. My dream for the future is to get my masters of science and become a traveling nurse practitioner working in neonatal. I want to see this through to the end. I want to stay the course and fight for my dream. I am looking forward to seeing what the future holds. My life was built by my own personal experiences as a child, from living in condemned houses to living on the streets, and my decisions that I have made as an adult, that I can let the past break me or make me stronger, that I have control over my life and what I will do with it. ...read more.

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To give up all the potential I have for something already played out, or dropped into the middle of a situation I had no control over to begin with, to say good-bye to my dreams for someone else's does not interest me in the least. I do not know what the future holds exactly, but I know for what I have planned. I am ready to find my niche. I want to travel the world, hold my children close, spoil my grandchildren, and die with the hope that I have made this world better then it was when I arrived. I do not want to trade the hope I have for my future for someone else's dreams, I would much rather live my own. I would never trade my life for someone else's. ?? ?? ?? ?? Hill 1 ...read more.

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