I am a trained labradoodle, a servant to others, a fun loving odd mutt that simply wants to please. I have been raised and trained to do exactly as I am told, completely striped of the basic animalistic impulses. I look back on my life and see no outstanding moment that has made me who I am. No single event that really sets me apart from the rest of society. However my life is filled with loving people that have lead me through life when I feel lost. When I am confused over issues the people I love are always there to give me advice and hold my hand. Without my family and those close to me I could not be who I am today. In the back of my mind for everything I do, I think is “will that make who I love happy”. I don’t want to impress everyone, what do I care what strangers think? I only care about the people that I love and look up to; their points of view on life have driven me to who I am. I want to be a person that always tries to work hard, be determination, honest, loyal, kind, forgiving, and with a strong will, everything the people I care about believe to be a good person. My actions represent my family, the person they have nurtured and loved for 18 years. I feel like if I make a wrong move or fail in their eyes then I am humiliate, my whole body fills with a dull pulsing shame. I only wish to be a person that they can be proud of; to do everything in my power to be a good person that my friends and family can be pleased to know. What my coach thinks matters. What my closest friends see in me as a person matters. What they think matters to me mainly because it is how I think, if my family is proud of me, I am proud. When I beat my coach’s expectation, I am proud. If my friends can see that I try to be nothing but a good person I am happy.