Hebrews 12:1-2 Now that we are surrounded by a great cloud of
witnesses, let us throw off
everything that hinders us, and
the sin that so easily entangles;
but let us run with endurance,
the race set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.
I can’t name just one. I’d have to say it’s a toss up between tennis and chess. If I had to choose a favorite, it would be chess. I am a chess addict, and there is no cure!
Who has had the most impact upon your life and explain how that person impacted your life:
Mr. Bayley, the retired Park chess teacher. He always encouraged me during chess tournaments, which really made me keep on playing and improving my game.
Your most enjoyable experience while in school:
Playing tennis for the Shanley Deacons! School would be dreadfully boring if it wasn’t for the excitement of the tennis season.
Your most embarrassing moment or favorite childhood memory:
When I was 4 or 5, I hugged this one lady that I thought was my mom; it was an old lady. I felt really stupid after that, and semi-traumatized.
What are your future plans (College, career, etc.)?
I plan to attend NDSU, where I looking into their architecture program.
Famous last words of wisdom you would like to pass on to those who will follow in your footsteps at PCS:
“Beauty is vain and charm is deceitful”