"Lighten up, just enjoy life,
smile more, laugh more, and don't
get so worked up about things."
Welcome to my Webpage!
This website will give an overview of the person I am up to this point and what I hope to become
in the future. It will also feature many of the projects I created that display
new knowledge gained through my junior year. You can access these
different projects through the links above.
Halloween night 2001, my three sisters were preparing to go out trick or treating. Everything was going smooth and normal,
mom was not going because she was nearing the end of her pregnancy with me. She laid in bed with me as I kicked and moved
around inside of her. As my dad came home from a long day of work he waited patiently to take the girls trick or treating.
Mom planned to wait for my sisters to return home, so she could go through the candy buckets and steal her favorites. All
the sudden my mom started getting contractions, more than usual, she told my dad she needed to go to the hospital. My dad
did not want to disappoint my sisters by not going trick or treating so they called some friends to take them. Eventually
my mom was sitting in the hospital room, awaiting my arrival. My dad cracked jokes about my name if I was born on Halloween.
As the night went on, I inched my way closer and closer to my arrival, even though Halloween would be a fun day to be born
on I missed it by an hour and a half. Beth Ann Wittmann was born on November 1st, 2001 at 1:30 in the morning. I became the
daughter of Peggy and Larry Wittmann and the youngest sister of Jessica, Lindsey, and Amanda. Little did anyone know the type
of women I would grow up to be.
When I was born I had a unique quality that set me aside from everyone else in my family. I had big, bold, dimples. It
was the small different quality I had, that made me unique as a person. As I continued to grow I enjoyed being different.
I was not the same as everyone else in my family. Being different helped me branch out from my family and explore different
clubs and activities that give me qualities to carry on. The different clubs I am involved in are student council, clowns,
culture club, and forensics. I am also pursuing my faith in hopes to be confirmed. Outside of school, clubs, and church.
I have a job. I am a current manager at St. Croix Falls, McDonalds. Although I may have many different activities going on,
my main goal is to always have time for family and friends. I never want to take laughable memories for granted and instead
enjoy every moment. Especially now that my first nephew was born. His name is Camden and between his grumpy and surprised faces
he makes my life shine a little bit brighter.
As I finish writing the chapter of my life, here, at St. Croix Falls High School. I hope to start writing a new chapter at the
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
I will be the first person in my family to attend college and obtain my degree in either
nursing or business management. Either way I am excited to see what the future holds for me.
"The future belongs to those
who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
Last Updated 06/2019