Who am I?
This uncertainty has to be one of the most common to go through a teenager’s brain. To answer it we have to look at what has shaped us as a people in general. This includes our culture, our history, and our families. It is the usual question we are asked to answer but with great difficulty. However, to describe yourself with what you most closely identify is easier and more interesting. Each person on this planet has unique qualities that are shared with others. Knowing people is a way to broaden one's horizons, create new ideas and spread them. I can identify myself with so many things.
My name is Kenneth. A boy, a guy, a god’s being. I plainly eat, sleep, watch a bit of telly, go on the net and study. I try to fit in a bit of exercise once in a while and I terribly fit most of the time. Sometimes I’m silent. I’ll just prefer not to speak of the things that I know not to be speaked because I think it is useless. I get moody sometimes, especially when my little brother annoy me sometimes. It’s an irritating one. I enjoy going in the internet but sometimes I get so addicted I find myself on for hours and hours. I believe that I have a good trait inherited from my dad, it’s being patient. I enjoy being at school but most of the time I enjoy being at home with my family with my two sisters and two brothers. My parents were away working abroad for our future. Sometimes I prefer to be outside and away for awhile especially at nighttimes. I’ll go hangout with my friends, go anywhere we want and searching for a little happiness that we always want.
My space is often quite messy because I tend to immediately throw things on my bed or floor when I arrive home from school or a day out with my friends. I rarely hang up my clothes when I’m taking them off but you’ll never find socks around the floor. My space has orange paint full of pictures frames and a glass sculptures. One lonely and messy study table is situated near the window. Under my study table, there...