Computers first appered in my life when I was seven. It was Commodore 64 and I remember myself thinking, that it was the best thing in the world. Now, I can already programue in Pascal, C and HTML. He is my favorite writer, but I like other writers as well, for example Piers Anthony or Robert Jordan.
I have my own site on the internet and I have done many programues. Together with my sister, we are devoted Queen fans. My dream is to study computer science and to go to Japan. and I hope that in the future, I will learn Japanise. I already know some words and about sixty letters of their alfabeth.
My favorite intelectual game is chess, but I have never played it professionaly. I read fantasy books and magazines, watch fantasy films and play role playing games in which fantasy world is used as background.
Once every two weeks, I meet with my friends and we play „Middle Earth”.
Why does it matter how to write an essay about yourself?
At school, this activity shows the level of student’s writing.Looking back, I’m sure I was quite smug, although I didn’t realize it at the time.Unfortunately, self-awareness wasn’t something I learned until many years later. The youngest of all my cousins and the only child in a small neighborhood that consisted of a bunch of adults, I never really learned what it meant to just be a kid.Even my own friends often annoyed me during my adolescent years.I wanted to be a small fish in a big pond for a change.In college, I was involved in few outside activities.Apart from that I’m really fascinated by Scottisch bagpipe songs, and one of my favorite albums is the „Braveheart” soundtrack. I like playing soccer, running and swimming (also SCUBA diving and diving). Why do I always find spiders and not mise for example”. I have played in many sport tournaments (football cups, handball cups, races) in which together with my team, I have won many trophys. There I continued the trend of just meeting my potential, only taking on new challenges when someone brought it to my attention that I’d be perfect for the opportunity. Not wanting to be tied down by the constraints of a husband and kids, I always assumed I’d never marry.But then I met Don in 2010 and agreed to marry him after so many of my friends and family pointed out what a great couple we made. And before I knew what had happened, this externally motivated, single-for-life, independent career woman was a stay-at-home mom. I’m driven, not to do great things for myself, but to spur my son on to even greater ones.