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FC: "Life's what You Make it"

1: Table of Contents Symbols...............................2-3 Values/Norms................4-5 Material Culture...........6-7 Free..........................................8-9

2: I chose this picture of some of the cross country seniors wearing our 'I love the woods' sweatshirts as a symbol for how important running is to me. I also think the sweatshirt does a good job of showing how much I love the woods. | This is a letter that I wrote to my cousin Hannah when I was little. It shows how important family is to me, because I actually begged her to come back. We used to make Barbie houses together, so that's probably why.

3: These puppies symbolize how much I love animals. Ever since I was little I have always wanted to have a puppy of my own. Every week in church I would pray for a puppy... that went on for more years than I care to admit. | I chose this picture of the girl eating icecream because it always makes me smile when ever I see it. And it symbolized that I value laughing and being happy. Side note: this is my face when I'm eating icecream.

4: This is a picture of me cleaning windows at church in Tennessee, we went there on a mission trip this summer. This picture is supposed to represent that I value volunteering. | This is my sister Claudia, a lot of people think that we're twins. This picture represents how much I value my family and how important they are to me.

5: Every year at Christmas time we do the same thing. We spend Christmas eve with my dad's side of the family, and Christmas day with my mom's side of the family. | Me and My family put all of our change into a glass mason jar to save for going on vacation. This has become a norm, because every time anyone goes shopping it is expected that they leave their change in the jar.

6: I chose the Japanese Pan Noodles from noodles and company to represent the material culture that defines me because I love noodles. If I could I would probably eat at noodles every night. | I picked a picture of a bed because sleeping is probably my all-time favorite thing. If I don't have anything to do, I take a nap. (Sometimes if I have too much to do I take a nap too)

7: I chose this picture of a camper, because it represent how much I love camping. I think that this camper is really cute, but when I go camping I prefer to tent-it because I believe other wise its not 'real camping' | This is a picture from the little rascals, which is hands down one of my all time favorite movies. Which is why I chose it to represent my material culture.

8: Well, this is probably the worst picture of me to ever be taken. This summer I ran a half marathon, and this picture was taken at the very end, so that's why i look both ridiculously happy and tired at the same time. | On the left is Katie Sanderfoot, she's going to be my roomate next year at Point! Camille and I made her a sigh, you can't see the full thing but it says 'Katie Sanderfoot #1 in the band, #1 in our heart' we brought htis to a few basketball games and cheered whenever she did anything.

9: This is a picture of the campus at UW Stevens Point. I'm going to college there next year! Right now I think that I am going to go into education, and I would like to teach high school or Sunday school | This is a picture of me and Hannah Janssen, We've been friends since kindergarten, and we've gone to school together for just as long. I don't know what I'm going to do at college next year without her.

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