About Me


“The day I stop giving is the day I stop receiving. The day I stop learning is the day I stop growing. You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”

-Wayne Gretzky

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I am really into traveling. Every year My family and I travel to a few countries. This also inspired me to get in to aviation.

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I chose this website because I use this one the most. The second I get onto a computer and I want to learn or do something it starts with google. The start of any search.



Twenty Seconds Away from Death: 


I was struggling under water and couldn’t find the one thing that could help me, my regulator. In the month of august 2014, I was going diving for my sixth time. I felt so confident and so sure, I believed I was invincible. The morning of the dive, we got onto a boat to take us to a wreck dive called Astron. The sky was blue with a few white clouds and the water even clearer then the bright blue sky. We were fifteen meters above the sand, floating on the surface of the sea. My sister and I got ready and put all our equipment on. Our instructor helped us slide off the rim of the boat and into the water. Later, our instructor Xavier signalled the descent. Down we went until we approached the wavy sand brushing back and forth because of the current. The corals were gleaming of all the colours you could possibly imagine. We started heading for the wreck. The ship was orange in rust and broken down into at least 20 parts. Without seeing the propeller we wouldn’t even be able to identify it as a boat. There was a small passage way through the main engine room. My sister and the instructor were able to get into the engine room. The second we got into the boat, the Caribbean sun stopped shining down on us. As we got in we were able to see the light rays penetrating through the cracks of the boat and into the engine room. The dive was called a wreck but only a small part was about the boat. We swam for several minutes and I was starting to get board. My sister was in front of me and my instructor in the back. I started letting go of my regulator and picking it back up to take another breath. I was doing it for several minutes. Taking a breath, then letting go of my regulator until I needed to take a breath again. One time didn’t go as planned. The regulator was dangling a few feet below me as I turned left my regulator cord got caught in my tank. I couldn’t find my regulator so I started to panic. I was frozen in freight and could not move or think. Thirty seconds since my last breath, I started to ask my sister to get it for me. She couldn’t understand anything as I was signalling and abruptly moving my arms trying to tell her. It was about fifty seconds from my last breath and I had no more air and I was breathing in and out without opening my mouth. The used air in my mouth coming in and out so rapidly that my mouth was as dry as the white beach a few kilometres away. I heard a Cling behind me and when I turned around, my instructor was giving me the mouthpiece. Instantly, we returned to the boat. While returning to the boat, my mask was very slowly getting filed with water because tears were dripping down my face. Arrived in the boat, the instructor started the engine and we returned to land. That was the last dive of my vacation and the last time I played with my regulator until now. 

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Customize – Tasks

1) Blog Theme: You are going to personalize your blog. From your Dashboard -> Appearance -> Themes, located on the left hand side of the screen. Choose a theme that is mobile friendly, and apply it. 

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2) Blog Appearance: You are going to personalize the appearance of your blog. From your Dashboard -> Appearance -> Customize, located on the left hand side of the screen. 

a) Site Identity – This is where you can edit the title of your blog. Please choose an appropriate title, that does not have both your first and last name in it. You can also edit your tagline. Your tagline is a very short sentence that gives the viewer a snapshot b) Colors – Edit the color scheme of your blog.

c) Header Image – This is where you can add and change the picture that is being used in your header.

d) Background Image – This is where you can adjust your background image.

e) Menus – You can create multiple menu structures. For simplicity, lets stick to 1. Make sure you select Menu Location -> Primary Menu -> About Me. Then click Save. This will ensure your menu stays the same, even after adjusting the theme.

f) Widgets – Locate and see all the widgets on your blog.

g) Static Front Page – Front Home Page Display is set to -> Static Page and Front Page is set to -> About Me

Optional – Your First Post: You are now going to create your very first post. At the top of the Dashboard -> New -> Posts.

1) Title – Create a title for your blog post. Your title will be: Things I am Excited About this Year.

2) Body – This is where you place your content of the post – text, videos, pictures, etc. Write a short paragraph about what you are excited about for this upcoming year at Riverside. What are some things you want to get involved with? How will you become a part of the Rapid Nation?

3) Tool Bar – In your toolbar you can Add Media and Add Documents into your posts, this is the best way to create visual representations. You can also change fonts, hyperlink, etc.

4) Publish – Here is where you control what items are public and private. You can also control when they are published to your website.

5) Categories – Here is where you choose where you want your post to go. This is your digital binder with all of your subjects. Categorize -> Portfolio.

6) Tags –  Here is where you create tags, these tags can help you find things quicker on your blog and help you stay organised. Tag -> Portfolio.

7) Publish – When you are done! Publish it.


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