In this small webpage that I designed for an assignment, I will attempt to write something about myself in as many words as I can so that people can remember me as a soulful and adventurous person and not the weird and a joke of a person that I actually am. Let us dive into the interesting details about how I became who I am today.
I was born on 23 November 1999, Tuesday in Kathmandu, Nepal. I was troublesome to my mother even before I was out in this world because I was born at 3 in the morning and my poor mother had to bear sleep deprivation along with labor. Thankfully I was the second child so she was prepared. Two years before me came my sister and two years after me came my brother. We were a small and happy family of five. My parents always say that I was the most difficult child because I was born during the winter months so as soon as I was born I got pneumonia and have always been a sick child after. But despite that me and my siblings were good children and never gave too much unnecessary burden to our parents.
There's not much that I remember from my secondary school except that I used to cry everyday because I didn't want to go to school. During this time, my dad went to Ireland for work and I remember whenever he visited us he used to bring bags full of mini chocolates. That is probably my happiest childhood memory so far.
It's funny how many people hate high school, but for me high school was the best four years of my life. These were the years during which I made friends for life, learned valuable life lessons, gained meaningful relationships with people around me and matured as a person. During my last year of school (which is grade 10 in Nepal), I got elected as the school captain which was fun, I got the title of "Student with Best Personality" and got selected as MVP of girls vs boys football competition. After high school, I took a year gap and decided to study further in Sydney, Australia. This was the most difficult phase of my life so far as I had to make all these big decisions and ask my parents to make big sacrifices for me. As the day to leave Nepal came closer, I had mixed feelings. On the one hand, I was excited but at the same time I was also extremely scared and sad. I left with the big smile on my face and so far, everything has been going pretty well in my life.
My family and friends mean the most to me. They are my pillars and strength. My friends usually describe me as optimistic, friendly and funny, but I just like to make people happy. Some of my hobbies include reading, sleeping and eating. And also, I've got a weird thing about collecting stationeries. After I buy stationery, I don't use it, I just collect them.