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Rebecca Schramm's Autobiography (submitted 5/17/06)

I have woken up for the past seventeen years of my life knowing that my name is Rebecca Lee Schramm. That is all I am sure of when it comes to myself. I am the girl who doesn't really know herself yet. I am the girl who contradicts herself. I am the blonde-haired, blue-eyed, loud, shy, confident, unsure, sane, insane teenager.
I guess I can't write a very good autobiography if I myself can't tell you who I am. But what I can tell you is that I plan to find myself...soon.
For my seventeen years of existence, my life dream has been to take a trip to Italy. There is Italian culture in me from my mom's side, and though I have never been to Italy, I feel I belong there. Sometimes, I feel that Italy is really my native land. But how can you be so deeply in love with a place you have never been to?
This is why I don't know who I am. I have never been to the one place that I truly feel is a part of me. I have never been home, and home is the biggest part of who you are.
So I'll get back to you when I go home. That is when I will truly be able to write my autobiography with additional confident facts...other than the fact that my name is Rebecca Lee Schramm.

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