Dad: My dad's name is Robert.  He is a self-employed farmer and works very hard, but he is always there if I need something.

Mom: My mom's name is Annabel.  She works at Bargain Hound in Cape. In her free-time she likes to sew and watch home/garden shows.

Melissa: My eldest sister is Melissa.  She is ten years older than I am.  She works at Southeast Hospital as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. Her husband's name is Ronnie, and they also have a baby girl, Beth, who was born last fall.

Michael: My brother Mike is eight years older than I am.  He works at Consolidated Grain and helps my dad.  He is engaged to Annette

Scott: Scott is my second oldest brother and is six years older than I am.  He works at Accu-Grow, spraying yards, and he also helps my dad.

David: David is my youngest brother and is five years older than I am.  He works for my dad full-time, but he also does a lot of work on his own.  He spends a lot of time with his fiance, Angel, and working on his car and trucks.

Deanna: Dee is a freshman at Mineral Area College. She is 3 years older than me. She spends a lot of time with her boyfriend Chris.

Cassandra: Cassie is the 'baby' of the family. She is in fifth grade and is six years younger than me.


I consider my friends the best friends a person can have.  I will always remember all the great times we have had together.

To all my classmates:  Thank you for everything.  You guys have always been there when I needed you.  Never forget the memories we've had together:  city-states, bridge to Hawaii, "Going on a bear hunt", u-ni-que, "Give yourself a hug"/"Give yourself detention", Tim and Jim, and "Oh Mr. Sailor, please do not call; we would rather go out in the hall.  Oh Mr. Sailor, please do not call".

To all my "weekend partners of crime":  You know who you are.  Don't try to deny it.  I appreciate you the most.  Whenever I need to relax or get my mind off of something, you guys know just what to do.  I have to admit that my weekends so far have been the best times of my life.  Think of all the hours at school we have spent planning our weekends, but they still seem to surprise us.   I'll never forget all the fun times we've had, and I'm sure you'll never let me forget most of them.

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