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Everyone has an obstacle thats what makes success so sweet Obstaclescome in many shapes and sizes Some are huge like your mom dying orgetting abused But some are small like forgetting your sneakers forsoccer practice or getting one point lower on a test then you wantedWhen you have a life full of small obstacles its fairly easy to get bybut when you have a life full of big obstacles thats not always thecase Through my short life have dealt with more then any kid should ever haveto deal with I have had abusive and druggie parents been in and out ofthe foster care system been suspended lived with my grandmother andbeen adopted all within 16 years But let me not get ahead of myselflets start off at the beginning My whole coming to be started whenChristopher and Amber fell in love or so thats what they though itwas My mom was 14 and my dad was 17 At this time they were bothalready heavily into drugs and when you mix drugs and teen stupiditywhat do you get A 15 year old girl pregnant and an 18 your old boy inand out of prison My mom stopped drinking and doing drugs while she waspregnant with me and on that fateful December 8th day Alexis NicoleMoeller was born into the world 7 lbs and 7 oz 21 inches in length shewas the pinnacle of perfection Definitely the apple of her parentseyes But as any addict would tell you nothing matters without the drugand soon I was neglected almost forgotten I wont sit here and saythat I never had good times with them I did After we went to my momsfriends house I would always get a big ice cream cone and going tothe park was great when my mom was coherent My life went on like this for about 11 years the only people thatreally kept me going were my Aunt Cindy and Uncle Bill I would
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