I didn't really like swimming, and I hated it after nearly drowning because I fell into the deep end of the pool, but after that I still kept going. It took a while to get the fear of drowning of my shoulders, but now I am on level away from completing the program!
In grade 7, I downloaded a game called NBA Live mobile and my first elite was James Harden, and that was the first time I saw him, because in grade seven I didn't know too many players. "LeBron James.....Curry... yea that's it." Then I started watching him play and I realized he is a beast, owning the court,and now he is the cover athlete of NBA Live 18.
I only joined taekwondo 6 months ago, but the training for white belts is insane! You start with a "warm up" which is usually 50 push-ups, 40 squats, 30 jumping jacks, 20 sit ups, and then 10 clap push-ups or high knees! Even though it is very intense, I like it. You also develop good attitude and strength. It costed us $9,000 for a 3 year program, but in the long run I think its worth it.
Basketball is my favorite sport. I got into basketball when I was in grade 7, and at the time I didn't know any rules and I was terrible., but now.... for my height I'm a pretty good player.
Soccer... the sport all children play when they're little. They only thing I have to say is that it was a big part of my childhood.
After swimming classes this is the best thing to get, and obviously being born in Canada means you like Tim Horton's... duh!
A&W is the first thing that come to mind after a hard Taekwondo class, and their burgers are the best. I remember when I was little I couldn't even finish 1/2 a burger, but now I can eat 2 full burgers! The best part is there is a A&W near our house, so when we want to eat out... we now exactly where to go.
My family and friends are the closest things to me, and my mom is Kuldeep, and my dad is Harprit. I have two sisters, and I am the oldest. I love my family, and without them I don't know where I would be.
I got my I Pod in grade 6, and I still have it. It has served me well and have been with me the entire time.
Almost all my dad's and mom's friends live in Calgary, so every two years we go there and there is a huge reunion and tones of things to do. Last time we went we stayed with my dad's best friend. They have two boys the same age as me so we played on their Xbox all week.
There is nothing like going to a city over summer vacation to visit your cousins or going to Victoria to look at the scenery.
Of coarse India isn't the best country, or the richest one, or the cleanest, but it hold very tight bonds not just to me but my parents. It took great effort for my parents to move here, and work very hard just so I can have a good education. Also when you go to India it brings back so many memories, and in my heart it's one of the beat places.
Toronto is an amazing place to visit, and I recommend that if you have time to go somewhere, then give to Toronto a visit. It has so many attractions and my closest cousins- cousins from dad's and mom's side- live there.
My first console was Xbox 360, and I played on it constantly. In fact I played on it so much that my Xbox overheated. Then it was a while before I got my next on.
I've played almost every call of duty and all I can say is that is a big part of my child hood.
I used to watch this show as a kid, and it used to be pretty scary.
After getting board of waiting a week for the newest Dragon Ball Super episodes, I watched a bit of a extra add-on to Dragon Ball Z, which was still pretty good.
After finishing Dragon Ball Z in a blink of the eye, I went to watch the next series Dragon Ball Super. I didn't think anything could top Dragon Ball Z, but surly I was wrong. I caught up to the most recent episode and now it is a painful 1 week wait for the most recent episode to get released, but it's worth it.
By far my favorite anime, I love the action packed episodes and the energy blasts. It's like this anime is made for me. My friend in TD Baker introduced me to it, and after that I watched 15 episodes a day- each episodes 20 minutes-you do the math. Then, ever since I love this show.