Ashley Lenhard Essay, Research Paper
I am Ashley Marie Lenhard. I was born on September 27, 1983 at Holy Family Hospital. As an only child of Scot and Ronda Lenhard, planning my future came very early in life. My plans are to further my education after High School by attending a four year University to become a Dental Hygienist.
Both of my parents, Scot and Ronda, over the years have become my best friends. My mom, Ronda, works on the start team for THE BONMARCHE. My mommy is my best friend. We are close like two sisters that share everything. I?m known as quite the Daddy?s Girl. I?m daddy?s sunshine. I give him the puppy dog look that he can?t say no too!
My dad, Scot, is the Sale Manager of Foothills Lincoln Mercury Mazda.
Ever since I was five years old I have been taking dance classes. My ten years of dance experience has led me to two successful years as a Lancer Cheerleader. When I?m not dancing or cheering I?m hitting the sales at the mall. One of my better hobbies! Otherwise my time is spent with my man, on the phone, hanging with my buddies, or just kicking back with my family.
Everyone always wonders when and if they?ll ever find the love of their life. At a young age I have found the love of my life. The one I want to spend eternity with. He is my best friend. Ryan Steven Gese has changed my meaning of life. I look at life in a whole new way. He has made me one of the luckiest and happiest girls alive. He was born October 5th, 1981 at Sacred Heart Hospital. He is currently attending Eastern Washington University as a freshmen. He?s a graduate of Gonzaga Prep. He recently graduated boot camp in San Diego for the United States Marine Corps. His plan is to study engineering to become a Civil Engineer. I have a great guy who loves me and is heading towards a bright future.
I might only be a junior in High School, but I?m working hard towards my future. With a loving boyfriend, and my plans to have a successful career as a Dental Hygienist, I believe my life is heading in the right direction. I?m not going to let anything get in my way.