I was born here in St.Croix Falls in march of 2003 and even thoughI have moved quite a bit I have always stayed here. I have two older brothers and one older sister who have all moved out and I have a cat named Calico who is about 3 years old. When I was younger I had a cat named Rocky. During 1st grade I started playing soccer and I played every year until 6th grade which is was my final year. During my time playing soccer I mainly played defence so I only got one goal ever which was an accident. During middle school I started playing video games with my friends which eventually caused me to get a playstation 2 from a garage sale starting my favorite activity. I later got a DS and an xbox 360. I played both of those quite a bit but I also played with my friends who lived close and also played with legos a lot. I played with legos almost every day for hours and hours. Once I was done playing with legos I started playing on my xbox 360 more and more putting countless hours into many games. About two years later, I upgraded to an xbox one. This became my main activity because I had moved and was about the only thing to do. Because of that I had a lot of time to watch youtube and play games, my favorite being rainbow six siege which I currently have just over 2000 hours in. Besides playing video games I also watch movies and read a lot which I have been doing since I could read, reading many books a year, about 50 last year. I have been watching movies for my whole life, usually watching horror movies and adventure/drama. What motivates me is doing the best I can and having as much free time to read or play video games as I can. I value truthfulness, family and open-mindedness. My current plans for the future are not planned at all, I do not know anything I want to do in the future.
"there are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats." - Albert Schweitzeer
"There are plenty of skills i have learned from playing video games. it is more interactive than tv, because there are problems to solve as you are using your brain." -Shaun White