1. November 22, 2012: It was Thanksgiving. My brother and I were playing in the backyard. It was probably around noon. Being very young and imprudent, we were bouncing a rusty old t-post against a fence at the back corner of the property. This was my first and only experience in the ER. Had the t-post landed differently, it very well could have split open my skull. Fortunately, only a few staples were required to repair this injury. At this point in time, I only remember this event vaguely but I will always remember it.
2. November 2014: We moved into our current home at this time, and my family and I began going to church for the first time in my lifetime. This, of course, cannot be left out of an autobiography about my life because, were it not for this, I would not have become a practicing Christian, nor would I be homeschooling at this point in time. Thus, moving to our current home and our church is a story that is crucial here.
3. August 2020: An eventful trip across the western portion of the United States. We visited four states and drove thousands of miles in the RV over a ten day period. This was our first time visiting many of these states. One event that will always stand out to me in this trip occurred in Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming. My mother, father, and I were walking down the sidewalk when suddenly, Mom lost her balance and fell face-first onto the sidewalk. A passerby stopped to help us find the hospital, where we arrived within five minutes. We were not certain whether she broke her nose or not, but her recovery following this accident was incredibly fast and within a week, the scars had all but healed completely.
This concludes three stories from my life that I would have to include if I were to write an autobiography.