Donald Berens

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Welcome to my Bio Page! Scroll down to learn some things about me. Click on Sem 1 to see my progress for my first semester of Junior Year and Sem 2 for semester 2. Click Email Me to contact me if needed.

“Do not let the roles you play in life make you forget who you are.” – Roy T. Bennett

It’s special to be born into this world but to be born with a twin brother or sister is a lucky occurrence and it has formed me into who I am today. I was born with my sister in the old Osceola Hospital weighing in at 2 pounds and 14 ounces during a tornado actually. My sister and I came into this world on June 18th, 2001. I grew up to be quite short and skinny but in order for one to enjoy life you have to cope with your incapability’s. When I was born I was lactose-intolerant.The chronic condition made me insecure about it when I was very young and still does till this day. I don’t end up eating dairy products that often. I coped with this food condition for quite a while and realized that I had a very high metabolism and a high energy level. Everyone back in the day was tired out when I played with them and my stamina was on a completely different level from theirs. During that time my mom said I was built for running. Ever since I was a boy I loved to run places even if it was just 50 feet away I wanted to run. My favorite school subject is Phy. Ed. My favorite sport that I love to do is play soccer. Soccer requires an immense amount of stamina because of how much you are running in a 40 to 90-minute game depending on playing school soccer or professional soccer. My biggest hobby is something very common and everyone loves doing, playing video games. Ever since I got my hands on a laptop and World of Warcraft I was hooked. I played for hours and hours straight without any moment of satisfaction. The games I have played in the past kind of formed me into who I am today and has brought some very good friends into my life.

“Ever tried. Ever failed. No Matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” – Samuel Beckett.

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Updated 11-08-17