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Hello my name is Cara LeAnne Love. I was born June 26, 1991 in Illinois. My Parents are Tammy and Steven Love. I have one sibling, my brother Steven II. Growing up I attended a couple of private schools that was until the 8th grade, when I entered the Alton District. When I joined the district, I do believe that it changed my life. I wasnt really familiar with hardly any of the children here so it was going to be a big change. I have been in the district for four years now and if I must say its not exactly what I was looking for, but I believe that many things happen for a reason. It must have been Gods plan. Over the years I have tried to be very active in school and the community. I played basketball for four years, soccer for two, and gymnastics for two. What have I done in the community you ask? I have done bell ringing for the Salvation Army and other things from blood drives to lemonade sells.
My child hood: Ive always wanted to travel. From the streets of New York City to the great wall of China. I love going on family vacations. I can remember this one specific vacation when my grandmother and like fifteen of my cousins and I all went down to the dirt of Mississippi. It was my first time ever traveling to the Deep South. I had a blast. I met some of my family that Id never seen a day in my life. Ive always had this dream to become this top lawyer that will not only be truthful but that would try her best to make sure that justice is served.
High school: I am a senior in high school who is currently trying to keep my head above water. Its not that I cant focus; its just that school can sometimes be an obstacle. My plans are to finish this last year with my head held high. After high school I plan to attend the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in the fall. To major in business. Sometimes child hood dreams can change. My Job... Its not really the top ex. Office, but its my first job. In the future I plan to be very prosperous in all that I do. Yes, I know that its not handed to you on a sliver platter. It takes hard work. I plan to do whatever it takes to see a better tomorrow. To gain that piece of pie; success.