WOAH GUESS WHAT!!!!! THIS IS OUR AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF OUR LIVES!!!! ZOMG!!!!
I was born on March 2, 1998, on a cold, stormy day. Out of
nowhere, my mom named me Lara. There were two things she
didn't know... What my name meant (famous one), and what I
was meant to do. Of course, as I grew older, two, it became
clear to me why she named me that. My name fit me perfectly,
because at the young age of two, I started..... SINGING,
DANCING, ACTING, AND PLAYING PIANO!!!!! Those words
describe my life. Now... For the real autobiography....When I
was 2, I was strapping on my first pair of dance shoes. By six, I
had one the first of many national level competitions. I now
look forward to the day I can move to NYC or LA to dance,
sing, and act.... on Broadway... PROFESSIONALLY!!!!! Story of
my life. The story all my friends hear.
Ms. Daffodill! *smooch*
I was born June 14, 1998. My top three favorite things are Luci Bee (my sister), Mrs. Violet (though I resent that name), and The Mighty Boosh (a show)--sorry Mrs. Daisy. Love you too! I was born during a BLAZER GAME. So instead of my dad watching me being born, or ˙holding me mutti's HAND, he was cheering the BLAZERS on. Not me. SORRY DAD-- I WUV YOU. I MIGHT have exaggerated a bit. Just a bit. But there was a blazer game on and he was watching it. Apparently that makes me lucky because they won that game. Off the topic of my birth, (JEEZ. I IT ALWAYS ABOUT ME?) My heroes are Alice in Wonderland, Me Sissy, and Mimi from Rent (not the stripper part, though). If you don't know what Rent is then here. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0294870/
I want to MARRY Noel Fielding, from the Mighty Boosh. My name means 'Virginal Beauty'. I love popsicles. I am Completely FOR gay rights and am completely AGAINST prop 8. Ew.
People who use the word 'gay' as an insult are idiots.
PEACE! LOVE! RAINBOWS!
Ms. Daffodil <3
DO you expect me to remember my birth?
DO YOU remember your birth?
Yeah, that's what I thought!
Now, to be much more serious, I was born in a hospital!
Where were you born? [ha ha]
And I was named Elena (Ms. Violet!) for one reason, my parents liked it. Plus, my mother had gotten a Italian name book from a person working at her hospital that she, herself, worked at.
Now, I really wish that my name meant lovely writer.
It means "The Bright One."
Or, does it not?
As I grew up I was a kid.
I did kid things, I ran around the house not---
I mean I colored on the walls and watched the Teletubbies!
But when I was in first grade, after being banned from being in the HIGH LEVEL readers group, I read one book that changed my life.
This was technically in second grade, and I only fully understood what some of the terms in the books meant in third grade.
But, then I realized that I could could write what I felt.
This blossomed over the summer of fourth grade (going into fifth!)
ENOUGH about me saying this....I want to summarize.
I AM COOL, I LIKE WHO I AM!
And I am completely fo' gay rights!