Me and Myself

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Meg selv

Jeg bor på mellom av Saltrød og Eydehavn. Huset vår er ganske nytt, den ble bygd i 2010. Huset er hvit, og har 3 store soverom, 2 bad, og har to etasjer. I første etasje er det en stor stue med kjøkken, bad 2 soverom, og 1 lager. I andre etasje er det rommet mitt, med 1 rom, 1 bad, og en stue. Der oppe bor jeg.
Jeg bor med mamma, og med mine to søsken. Lillesøsteren min på 14 år, og lillebroren min på 5 år. Foreldrene mine er skilt. Mamma går på universitet. Lillebroren min startet i førsteklasse i år, og lillesøsteren min startet i 10.ende klasse i år.
Jeg har gått på flere skoler, men den siste skolen som jeg gikk på var på stuenes ungdom skole, der gikk jeg i 3 fulle år. Jeg trives veldig på stuenes, siden der fikk jeg venner som jeg fortsatt har veldig nær kontakt med deg. På skolen opplevde jeg mye jeg kunne ha med meg med resten av livet mitt. Både gode og dårlige ting. Jeg lærte mye, og ting som ikke gjorde meg så glad gjorde meg sterke. Jeg lærte at det som ikke er godt, kan være noe fornuftig å ta med seg videre i livet.

Mine fritidsinteresser er å henge med venner, og trening. Jeg er veldig glad i å henge med venner. Alt føles mye bedre når du henger med venner som er som familie for deg. Du er fri, og da er du deg selv. Det er det viktigste for meg, å være seg selv. Mine andre hobbyer er å tegne og designe klær på modeller. Kampsport er også noe jeg er veldig interessert i, jeg går på boksing, karate, og MMA. MMA er en blanding av nesten alt slags kampsport. Det er veldig gøy. For å nevne noen andre ting angående sport er jeg veldig glad i spille fotball og basketball. Vanligvis pleide jeg å spille litt basket, og fotball i fritiden min med venner når vi hadde tid til det.
Jeg er veldig glad i å se på film, mest action og komedie. Filmer har alltid vert en ting for meg, jeg er veldig dømmende når det kommer til filmer. Når jeg ser…...

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