My Life

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This is my life, on a January 28, 1984 I came into this world. To be specific, Sun Valley, CA. I was born to my parents, Luciano T, and Reyna C, whom to this day reside in the same city they lived in when I was born, and live as they did twenty years ago, happy and married. Since I have had the ability to remember, I cannot recall not once liking school, to be precise from the fist day of kindergarten to the last minute I was forced to check out of high school. Due, to the simple fact I simply did not want to go school, I hated going to place where I was academically pushed, and asked to give an effort, not to mention the fact of school being a daily mandatory task. I have always had some type of trouble with High School I would say school was my major weakness. During my high school years, I failed many classes. Among the failures, I would say the subject of English was a few too many times the recipient of a fail. I have always had some type of trouble getting started with reading and writing, this I am gradually changing. I could not lift a book and read if my life depended on it, you would think the book weig Continue...

As for writing, I would always have something to write, no matter what the subject, big or small, problems would be poor grammar, spelling, sentence structure etc. Nevertheless, I"tmm a Marine and was created to suck things up. I do not if it was the burden of knowing I was not a competent son, and that my family deserved better, or whether if it was just my turn to come around. The Marines Corps has been my greatest accomplishment to date. The feeling I had at boot camp graduation was unlike any other, completion of a High School diploma, or any other challenging tasks was no match for the very fulfill feeling of pride I had on October 11, 2002. I infer, to help me reinforce myself as a stronger individual in the mental type, and to bring about a positive change in my approach, and reaction to real life situations. Nevertheless, I believe all these life-altercating experiences and mistakes happen for a reason. However, there are many things I dislike or just fail to comprehend as a Marine. I knew I actually made them proud, and for this, I am truly thankful for the Marines Corps. Such as growing up in not to good of a neighborhood, I arrived to this conclusion after joining the Marine Corps, soon I realized, I knew more deceased individuals in my neighborhood, and violence than in the Corps. Furthermore, as I previously mentioned my current career, or better yet my life, is the Marines Corps. However, now my current career is the Marine Corps.