Volleyball is my second favorite sport. I am not on a team, but I go to volleyball camps. I like volleyball because both my parents play it. They mainly taught me how to play. Sometimes, when we go to the beach, we pepper. Otherwise, we just play volleyball in our backyard.
I absolutely love Magic Mountain! I will go on all of the scary rides. I really want to go on Superman and the Drop of Doom. My favorite ride is Tatsu. One reason is that the ride makes you feel like you are flying. Also, it has many loops, one of them makes you lie on your back and look up at the sky. My second favorite ride is X2. The reason why I like X2 is because for the whole ride, you go backwards.
I am a huge fan of UCLA's soccer team. I am so a big fan of UCLA because my old coach Lou Lieberman was the assistant coach of the women's soccer team. I went to one their games on Sunday (August 27). I was a walkout and ball girl. A walkout girl means that you are able to walk out with the players. A ball girl means that you go get a ball whenever it goes out, and you throw the player the ball when he/she needs it. I got this opportunity because I went to UCLA's Overnight Soccer Camp.
I have been playing soccer for 7-8 years. Throughout the years, I have had an awesome experience. I currently play right forward this will be my 4th year playing that position. Recently, I have been accepted to ODP (Olympic Development Program). However, I have to try out one more time in December. If I am accepted, I will play in Arizona for the National Tournament.
I have been going to Lake Powell, for basically my whole life. This year at Lake Powell, was my favorite. One of my favorite things about the trip, was when there was a wild rattlesnake. There was no adult with us because he dropped us off at our spot for the houseboat. After ten minutes, everyone finally came, and they stoned the rattlesnake to death. Once the rattlesnake was dead, my cousin and I got its skin and rattle. Another one of my favorite parts about Lake Powell was when I jumped 40 feet in the air into the water.