My hero is my Father Charles White Sr, He was born in Alabama then moved to Mississippi when he was young. My father is my hero because he served in the army and is a big inspiration. He tells me a lot about the army and his life when he was younger. When he was stationed in Fort Stewart Georgia he was lived next to my moms sister and they became friends and my dad helped her with her car when my Uncle was in the army. Later on he would go hunting and fishing with my Uncle, Tom and one day my Mother, Samantha came down to visit my aunt and thats home my Dad met my Mom.
Later on I was born in Georgia and we moved to Mississippi. When my little sister was born we moved to Ohio because my mom missed her family. My Father taught me how to shoot a gun and how to work on cars. When I was really young he showed me how to play on a ps2 and he showed me how to play basketball and football.
When I got older he showed me how to drive and how to work hard. My Dad works at RNL he has worked there for about 7 years. My dad has taught about everything from riding a bike to working on cars. My Dad has helped me Every time he could with anything.
This summer I went to the zoo and had a lot of fun we saw giraffes, wolfs, and a lot more. When we went to the rain forest side there were a lot of monkeys and gorillas. I also saw Seals and fish too. When we a done we went out to golden corals and ate a bunch of food and my stomach started.
I also had a horrible bike crash and I did a front flip when me and Elijah crashed. I got a huge bruise on my leg but nothing horrible. I also played basketball and went fishing a lot and went camping with my family. I went to the rec. and jumped off the diving board for the first time.
I went to Kelly's Island and it was really fun we rented a golf cart and saw a lot of really cool things. After about 5 hours of us being their it started raining really hard. I also hit a across map on Black Ops 2 for the first time and I was really happy. I made a youtube and I have 70 subscribers and its growing almost everyday.