I value my friendships.
I value my friendships because my friends are so important in my life. Hanging out with my friends helps me balance out my life. Without them, I wouldn't be the person I am today.
I value my education.
I value my education because I know it will determine my future. If I work hard, I will succeed.
I value love.
Love has been a very important and influential part of my life, whether its true love, love from family and friends, or love from God.
I value money.
I value money, but not in a greedy way. I value my possessions and I am lucky that I am not in poverty. I am thankful for all that I have and I love the idea of a consumerism based country.
I value my health.
This is a picture of me and some of my Cross Country team. I value my physical health, in the way that I get great excersize from running, and also my social health, because we do a lot of team-bonding/hanging out. I love my team and I love to run.