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Hope Kumor's Autobiography (submitted 5/12/06)

You know how all those autobiographies start off with "Hi, my name is..." Well, mine is different. My social life actually began when I was in kindergarden. I was shy and quiet (and still am.) I made friends and I remember this kid named Andrew who I liked and he liked me.
In first grade--it is kind of a blur--but I remember winning this spelling bee and getting sunglasses for it. Second grade was the most fun I had in school. We did so many activities. I had a lot of friends in that grade and everyone got along. We had penpals and we went to Saint Joseph's to visit them. We also sang 'I Believe I Can Fly' in front of the whole school. I do not want to bore you with the other grades so I will move on to my family.
My family life is normal a mom, dad, and two brothers. I was raised in a good environment so I am a good kid. I am in eleventh grade and sixteen years of age. My name is Hope Marie Kumor. My birthday is August 21st, 1989. I go to Harry S. Truman High School. Some say Truman is a bad school but if you're in the right group you will be fine. I am in the marching band--no, I don't play an instrument. I'm in the colorguard and it's fun. When I grow up I want to become a writer. I will be graduating next year and the truth is I'm so scared to graduate because I'm afraid to be unsuccessful. The other truth is that I wish that I was a child again so I wouldn't have so many responsibilities.
That's my life. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you for your time.

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