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Saturday, March 23rd, 2013Yesterday we arrived at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to begin our adventure miles from home. Around 12:30 PM, 7 of us loaded a small plane with a pilot named Eddie (I got to be…Continue

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Started Apr 15, 2013


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High School:
The last three CD's I purchased/downloaded were:
Cake, Joe Bonamassa, Adele, Red Hot Chili Peppers
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
Language Arts
Extracurricular activities I am involved in at school:
Nothing really... When I get out of school, I like to come home! Not stay at school.
My interests (other than school) are:
Things I like: the sun, my family, dogs, painting, swimming, camping, fruit, writing poetry, reading, trees, jogging, riding bikes, going for hikes, going to museums, driving around, road trips, meeting new people, laughing!

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