Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Motherhood

A dream I have for the future is to become a mother of two kids, a girl named Natalie and a boy named Nathan. The reason that is one of my dreams is because I am really passionate about children. I want to feel the joy of motherhood.

My mother has always been there for me. I have always admired her for her hard work in raising me, my sisters, and brother. I know she would have done anything to make sure we were okay. That's why I'm so passionate about motherhood. My family was never one of a whole lot of money. My parents did everything in their power to make sure we had everything we wanted. I want to give my kids everything they want to make up for all the things I didn't get when I was younger.

Also, another mother figure that made me want to have children was Elise Z. She has two kids that I am crazy about. The way I see her love her kids makes me want to be able to love someone like that. She is a great mother, and she has great kids.

I don't think there's anything like a mother's love for her child, and I want to experience that. I also want to give life to someone. That is why God created Eve, to reproduce. I want to start another generation. I really love children, and I want to bring someone into this world. I believe I would be a great mother.

Accomplishment

Accomplishing something is not hard to do if you put your mind to it. When you accomplish something, it also makes you feel good about yourself, but accomplishing something someone said you couldn't do, makes you feel even better. It makes you feel better because you proved that person wrong (you showed he/she who's boss). Never let anyone tell you you can't do something.

One day I was at baseball practice with my Bright Futures baseball team. We were having a competition to see who could hit the most homeruns. My coach, Philip, had asked, "If you think Christopher can hit a homerun raise your hand." Only two or three people raised their hands. Then he said, "If Christopher hits a homerun, all of you who did not raise your hand will have to run a lap."

So I got up to the plate, the first pitch. Strike! The second pitch. Wham! Deep left field out of the park homerun. Everyone was cheering and that me me feel good. After the homerun, I trotted the bases and was congratulated. Therefore, always strive for the best and never give up no matter what the situation is.

Friends

In my early years, me being young, friends really didn't mean a lot to me, but as I got older, I really was looking for the cool people and people who look cool. I found that but felt no significance between us. That still stands today, but I just look for people who I share something with and feel a connection, something special.

Most of my friends are older than me, in a higher grade, or younger, but we all love Jesus. Out of all of my friends, I would say that my friend Eli, who I met at a spiritual retreat, is the coolest; he's the white version of me. We both share the same interests and want to be the same thing when we get older.

The thing that makes me mad about our friendship is that we never see each other anymore. We communicate with each other by phone and through MySpace. He's cool, compassionate, funny, interesting, and a sensitive guy. I would say that I will never find any other friends like him who seems that he just gets me right away.

My Life

Life for me has been very hard. When I was growing up, I was living with my mother. One day, we went to my grandmother's house to visit her. We spent the night there. The next morning, my mother was supposed to come and pick up me and my brother, but she did not come. Grandmother called the police. When the police got there, they put us in the back of the car with our clothes.

On the way to the group home, the police stopped a man for speeding. He wrote the man a ticket and we were back on the road. This was the second time going to a group home.

I stayed there for five years. I got out when I was ten years old, but my brother was still there. I miss him so much to the point I just feel like I can't live without him in my life. The next day, the police found my mother dead in the woods in Rome.

At the funeral, I cried until I couldn't cry anymore. When I got in 5th grade I found God in my life because my teacher told me about a program named "Bright Futures of Atlanta." It is a program for kids who need help with school work, staying out of trouble, and getting to know God a lot better. You learn how to remember Scripture in the Bible and learn about the things outside of Georgia.

Now I believe that Jesus Christ is Lord and God raised Him from the dead. If you believe this, you will be saved. He put me through all of this because He has a purpose in my life. He has the power to lead me to see my brother. He made a very good impact in my life for five years. I hope he does the same thing in your life.
 

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