Hey! My name is Angelica Morris. The first thing that usually comes to mind is Angelica from the “Rugrats”. Angelica is the girl who tortures the little babies. I usually laugh when people bring that up. I also reassure them that I am nothing like her. I also have a nickname, Angel. I’m also known as Jellybean, Gel, Jelly, Gelica, and so much more but the name I’m most comfortable with is Angel. I just turned 15 years old on the 16th of July which makes me a cancer. We are usually portrayed as mean and cranky. Let me reassure you that this doesn’t apply to me at all (except in the mornings).
I was born and raised in the Bronx. I currently attend DeWitt Clinton High School. Last year I made the cheerleading team but quit later on. I’ve always wanted to try out, I have always watched the competitions on ESPN and said “That’s something I think I want to do.” I’m now in the 10th grade, but I’m changing schools for focus purposes. Trying to focus in Clinton is like trying to focus with hundreds of Nanny 911 kids and a mixture of Brad Pitt’s surrounding me. This year I am going to attend Preston High School which is an all girl Catholic school. I’m looking forward to it and hopefully I will enjoy it.
I love to have fun yet I am also mature, pretty, silly, cute, caring, and generous. I have a lot of friends and I have a lot of hobbies. I usually enjoy anything I try. I enjoy swimming, cheerleading, climbing, biking, singing, chatting online with friends, taking pictures (particularly of myself), surfing the web on my laptop, and texting on my sidekick.
My favorite colors are pink and lavender. These are the colors of my room, so I’m forced to look at them everyday. This isn’t a bad thing though. I love looking at my room colors. I am also an animal lover. Animal Planet is my favorite television channel. I like Discovery Channel also. I don’t have any pets although I would like to have some one day. I aspire to be a veterinarian because I’ve always had a passion for animals.
I just joined Camp Interactive this summer and I am pretty sure I am here to stay. Camp Interactive is very cool. It shows kids that not all to life is just technology. They show us that we can interact with the outdoors as well. This summer I went to Vermont. It was so challenging. I didn’t think Angelica was capable of doing most of the things we did. That includes five miles night hikes through the rain, dirt, bugs, and mud. But I’m here writing this biography so I must have survived. I would definitely do it again. Even though it was a challenging process, it strengthened my mental, physical, and emotional capabilities. And most of all, I had lots of fun, made lots of friends, and created stronger bonds with others.