My cheer journey!
My mom was so excited when she found out she was going to have a little girl. She thought of all the possibilities and fun things she could do with her, and the first thing that popped into her mind was cheerleading. I became a cheerleader when I was not even a year yet. With huge bows and cute cheer uniforms of every kind. When I was just three years old I was finally able to join the little league cheer team! I was terrified. As a little girl going into a team with girls up to 14 years old, it was so scary! The coach was so sweet and all the other cheerleaders taught me the basics of cheer. My first game, I was no longer scared, I was confident and cheered my heart out. It was definitely a life changing experience. That first year of cheer we also had a homecoming game. It was like being a real high school cheerleader! Of course as a three year old, I had no idea what was going on, but they called my name, and I got homecoming princess. I remember my mom being so proud and it was so cool getting a crown because at the time I was obsessed with the Disney princesses. I continued little league cheer till I was 11 years old.
April 1st, 2014
I'm so upset.. I had written a lot more and had added so much to my tackk and someone deleted almost all of it. I really wish I could say April fools... but no its true. :(
April 7th, 2014
I'm back! I had been out a couple of days due to some unforeseen medical emergencies.. but with the grace of God, I'm doing much better! Well I have been back since Friday, and I had so much work to catch up on, but then all of a sudden during second period the electricity went out on half of the school. So, I didn't even get to come to the class. It was crazy how long the line was of parents that were getting their children out of class. The line literally went from the attendance office, to almost the cafeteria. Luckily, my grandma got there early to pick me up and we got out of there fast. The rest of the day consisted of talking to my grandpa about my boyfriend joining the military. My boyfriend joining the military has taken a toll on me, so having that talk from a veteran (my grandpa) reassured me.
April 8th, 2014
I've been stressing a lot lately.. so on April 3rd, I was getting ready for school and noticed a lump on my breast. I went to the doctor and got tested and I'm still waiting for results. I've been praying to God that it's nothing major, but it's still pretty scary. It's really hard to get my mind off of it and because of that, I've been shutting everyone out. I just want all of this to be over soon, prayers would be greatly appreciated.
April 10th 2014
My relationship with my boyfriend officially ended on April 8th. This is so hard to go through, but I know God would never put me through anything I couldn't handle. May God bless my ex boyfriend and I hope he continues to be the great person he is.
April 15th, 2014
I went to prom this passed Saturday, alone. Since me and my boyfriend broke up a few days before prom, I didn't have a date, but I still went cause who needs a date?! Haha. The dance was okay, and afterwards I went with my two best friends to go eat and we cried together because we realized it wouldn't be much longer till we would have to grow up and not get to see each other at school everyday. It was pretty awesome. As soon as I started to get home, an old friend of mine texted me and we ended up haging out till 5 in the morning! We had both just gotten out of relationships and hadn't talked in months, so it was nice talking to him again. :) He really helped me realize that everything happens for a reason! Funny part of it all is that he's a cardinal football player and I'm a hawk cheerleader! I guess rivals can be friends after all! :)
April 16th, 2014
I'm actually really excited to start my life after high school. I'm still undecided about what college I'll be going to, but for sure it'll either be University of Texas Pan American, or Texas A&M at Kingsville. I plan to become a teacher and teach at my very own elementary school. I hope by the time I'm 21, I'll be back home living my dreams and teaching. I just hope I make a difference in at least one student, the way some of my teachers made a difference in mine.