The life of Tyler King
By Tyler King
Everyone has got a story to tell. Here is one for you. This is my life story.
I was born on January 14th, 1991, in a city called Farmington in New Mexico. My dad was-and still is-in the Air Force at the time, which means we moved a lot. When I was about 18 months old, we moved to Fairbanks, Alaska, just in time for my sister, Katelynn King, to be born. When I was about two, we moved to Louisiana, when something shocking happened: On an ordinary day, my mom was sitting on the porch of the apartment building we lived in at that time- we were poor at that time- and, when mom thought she was watching a faraway thunderstorm, she realized that she was watching a tornado. Then, when I was two and a half, we moved to Spokane, WA. When I was age three, the doctor had diagnosed that I was borderline autistic, so I started preschool at that time and continued for two years. When I reached Kindergarten in 1996, I ended up going back to preschool because I was developmentally challenged and wasn't used to going up to another class. I was teased from the third grade up because I didn't have thick enough skin, and by the fifth, I was considered the most popular student in the class, because of my kindness. Then, the sixth grade was when my skin got thicker, and I started taking Tae Kwon Do lessons. I am currently a freshman who has just found a home in McKinney, TX.
There is my life, packed into a single paragraph.
copyright Tyler King