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My Autobiography.

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Hi my name is Danny Rowland, I am 15 years old and go to Addey And Stanhope School. I was born on the 3rd of July 1987 in Guys hospital. My parent's names are David Rowland and Sharon Jeffery and my sister's name is Chelsea Rowland. My mum and dad are not married. My mum is 43 and my dad is 44.s My most memorable moment as a kid that I can still remember very well was my little sister being born. I was nearly three years old and a complete and utter nutter kid. I was very hyperactive, although most kids are at that age, or their parents seem to think that but it's just that there old. I was awake early like always and I could hear my mum, I didn't have a clue I mean I was only 2, my cousin Christine was at my house to look after me. The most extraordinary thing about this birth was that my sister was brought into the world in our living room by my mums mid-wife. I didn't actually see the birth because my cousin had taken me downstairs and put Thomas The Tank Engine on for me, my favourite cartoon when I was little, my mum got fed up with it after a while. ...read more.


It went to 3-3 all on the penalties and the Spanish player put a penalty over the bar. Everyone cheered except for the Spanish fans of course. Then Stuart Pearce stepped up. He had missed his penalty against Germany in the world cup Italia 90. He scored and then he turned to the fans and shouted with loads of emotion. Then David Seamen saved the next penalty and England were through to the semi-finals. The crowd went crazy. We had to face Germany what a game that would be.. This will be in my mind forever more. To finish off with, I'm going to tell you about my first time abroad. It was on the 6th of August to the 20th of August. I went with my mate Conall and his sister Jessica and her friend Emma also Conall's dad and his girlfriend. Our destination was Larnaka in Cyprus. Conall's dad's sister lived out there because she married a Greek Cypriot out there. Their names were Ola and Pandos. So it came to the 6th of August. Our departure from Gatwick was at 11:30pm; I was so nervous, my first time flying. So we boarded our plane, I was excited and anxious at the same time. It was time for lift off. ...read more.


The clothing and equipment was so heavy but when you get into the water all that weight is lost. When we went down I was quite scared but I got over it. Whilst down under I saw loads of beautifully coloured fish. It was one of the best experiences of my life. We were only under the water for an hour but that was enough. After we had to walk back with all our equipment on, that was a struggle but I managed. The other day was when we went to water world. It was miraculous. There were around 15 different rides. There were only two that stood out for me though. There was one that was pitch black and you sat on a ring on your own. You start of very high and then you just drop very fast. It was overwhelming. The other was one were you went backwards on a boat for two. It was well scary. These two activities really summed up my holiday and the word for that was marvellous. There aren't really anymore mind-blowing events in my life that I can record. My life so far has been full of ups and downs. But then so is everyone's. The only thing I can say is that I look forward to the future ...read more.

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