Who am I? This three wordedquestion is the usual question that numerous people are requested to answerhowever have an incredible trouble actually answering it. Be that as it may,every individual on this planet has irreplaceable qualities that are sharedwith others. Knowing individuals is an approach to expand one’s perspectives,make new thoughts and spread them. Just like every other person on thisplanet, I am many things. For starters, my name is Kaitlin Sonson and I am 20years of age.
I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I come from afamily of five; a mother and father, a twin sister, and a younger brother. To put it simply, growing up hasbeen nothing short of a delightful roller coaster ride with a few bumps alongthe way.
For each and every one of those bumps though, my family and friendshave always been there for me and as a result of them, honesty and acceptanceare two core values of mine. I have always been known for having a quiet andshy personality. Lending a hand and being helpful has been an attribute of minesince a young age; thus my future occupation is to be a social worker. Social work, for too many, addresses an industry wrapped around needyindividuals, and giving them benefits so they can meet the fundamental livingneeds to survive. However, to me, it fills in as a gainful outlet for me tochannel my life for helping other individuals.My future objectives and accomplishments are veryimportant to me. After graduating from Chatham I do not want to just be able tosay “I graduated college”, I want to be able to say “I graduated college andachieved every one of my objectives”. I am an aspiring social worker with theexpectations of working with children and families to offer help and treatmentto people who have encountered injury, misfortune, mishandle, and psychologicalinstability.
While doing this I would like to leave a legacy and a memorablename for myself. With my strongminded ambition and motivated personality, Iwill strive to make it happen.With that being said,I always try to make enough free time for family, friends, and exercise. I makean effort to incorporate sports and activities other than school work into myday to day life since it is imperative to be a well-rounded person. Throughoutthe years I have played soccer, basketball, volleyball, and softball. Althoughout of those four sports softball was my favorite and ultimately it has helpedshape me into who I am today.
Softball showed me that not everything thathappens is going to be fair, however, you need to continue playing the game. Itlikewise taught me that great things do not come to those who wait, but rathergo to those that work for it. Some of the most imperative individualsthroughout my life have been my softball coaches.