Rachel
Subscriber since: June 2014
Location: GA, United States of America
About Me
My name is Rachel Elizabeth McPhaul and currently I am fourteen years old. I have never made anything lower than an A on a report card so I have been a straight A student my entire life. I believe in hard work and earning the things in life instead of strolling through life without a care in the world while everything is being handed to you along the way. You will never grow up if you will not allow yourself to. I am a Christian and have been every since I was six years old. I have a brother named Nolan who is two years younger than I am. My mother's name is Stacy and my father's name is Will. My entire life has been spent in Georgia for I have never moved. I enjoy canoeing, kayaking, swimming, hanging out with my friends and family, and shopping of course! My favorite color would have to be light pink because it makes me feel happy and bright inside. My ideal future would include myself graduating from medical school and becoming a pediatrician and my husband and children by my side!
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Favorite Word:

enlightened
Enlightened would be my favorite word because if you are enlightened, then you are well informed and smart which is very important to me but also because the word includes the word "light" which reminds me of being bright and happy so to conclude the word enlightened in my perspective gives off the vibe that being smart means being happy which is good because most of America think the opposite.
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Least Favorite Word:

depressed
If someone is depressed, by definition they are in a state of unhappiness which in my perspective is bizarre because there is so much to be happy about in life. Therefore, I feel that depression is a waste of valuable time in your life because life is short. If you live life happy and energetic then it will all be worth it, but if you spend your life being depressed, then that my friend is not living.
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