Who am I?

Who am I? That question has so many different answers. I am Alexis Rehmann. I am a 14 year old girl who lives in Vermilion Alberta, but there are a lot more things that defines that name. Although numerous people may be able to write about themselves very easily, that’s because they don’t go deep enough into who they truly are. The attitudes I have towards myself and those around me is one thing that shows others who I am. The passion I have towards my sports, and my hopes and dreams I have for the future.  My strengths include being kind, working hard, being honest, independent, and always being there for my friends. Who you are isn’t what you look like, or what groups you part take in, it’s how you feel on the inside.


The attitudes I have towards others are very are strong. l always stand up for what I believe is right and I will not do something that I know is wrong. I am very opinionated and if someone is saying something I believe is false, I will say my point of view on the subject and  back up my thoughts. An example is that during debates I am a very active participant. That being said I will always stand up for people, if they are being picked on. I know right from wrong, and I always want to be kind hearted and there for my friends. If they are having a bad day I want them to know I will be there for them.


Sports is a big part of my life. I am a very active person, who participates in many sports. Including; volleyball, basketball, club volleyball, badminton, and track. Playing sports is my favorite thing to do. I am very competitive with everything I do. Play sports gives me the chance to be aggressive and work hard, to be the best athlete I can be. On the court I always try my best, and apply myself. I strive to win, but win or lose I still show respect for my opponents. By playing sports, it gives me the chance to put all of my effort into something I love. I would not be the person I am if I didn’t have the chance to take part in sports.


Everyone has goals in life, plans for the future. My goals are to graduate high school with above a 90% average and get a scholarship to the U of C.  At university, I plan to continue playing volleyball, and to study to become a physiotherapist. Then I plan to eventually open up my own business. In the future I also plan to grow as a person. I want to be more welcoming to others and make sure that I never leave anyone out. Along with I want to continue to always try to be the best person I can be and always do what I believe is right.


You shouldn’t just be known as part of a group you should be known as your own person. You should have your own personal qualities that represent who you are as a person and who you want to become. I believe that everyone is unique in their own way and everyone has their own set of these qualities based on what is apart of their life. Who you are isn’t shown by what groups you are apart of, it’s who you are on the inside.



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