This memory is significant because July 5, 2000 was day one in the lives of both myself and my twin brother Anthony. We were also my parents first children making this memory even more special for them.
Lookouts-Special Education Baseball Game
The day that my brother Anthony played in his first baseball game was very exciting for my family. All of us were so proud of him for putting his disabilities aside and being a team player.
The day I graduated preschool was very important to me because it was the day I felt that I was truly ready for more challenges and independent learning situations in the years to come.
First Time Camping at Baxter State Park
The first time I went camping at Baxter State Park was an important memory to me because I got to spend time with my family while gaining knowledge about the wilderness and aha goes on in nature beyond Marblehead.
In the many times I have gone tubing I have created tighter bonds with my friends while also having a great time. We always laugh and joke around with each other placing bets on who will fall in first.
Enrolling in Boston Ballet School
This is one of the most important memories in my life. By enrolling in the Boston Ballet School I have made many lifelong friendships and have also gained knowledge in discipline and etiquette. It is one of the best decisions I have ever made.
Frosting Fight with Sofia
My frosting fight with Sofia was a fun memory that we will always joke about. Now we always bake cupcakes and have so much fun doing so.
Hurricane Sandy Hits Massachusetts
Hurricane Sandy hitting Massachusetts impacted me greatly and made me feel very grateful that my community had not been as greatly affected as others.
Sandy Hook Shooting
The tragic shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School made me be more aware of the type of people that exist in this world. It made me feel very fortunate that our town wasn't affected. I also have felt very sympathetic for those who were affected.
The day that Nemo hit Marblehead was very fun and exciting because our town hadn't seen so much snow in years. I think that it brought back the winter spirit in Marblehead.