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Autobiography PowerPoint : 

Autobiography PowerPoint Due March 7, 2011 Noelle Payne

Personal Health History : 

Personal Health History

My Life : 

My Life My mom loves Christmas, so she named me Noelle Noelle means Christmas in French I was born at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla on April 2, 1996 at 5:21 pm. The delivery nurse’s name was Charlotte Booth.

Family Health History : 

Family Health History

Family Tree (Immediate) : 

Family Tree (Immediate)

Family Tree (mom’s Side) : 

Family Tree (mom’s Side)

Family Tree (Dad’s Side) : 

Family Tree (Dad’s Side)

Interview : 

Interview I interviewed my Grandma Suzanne Payne. She was born in 1943. 1. Where did you grow up? “I grew in Tucson, Arizona.” 2. How big was your family? “I had a younger brother and my mom and dad.” 3. What kind of food did you eat for breakfast? “I normally just had cereal and juice. Sometimes an egg or a piece of toast.” 4. What kind of food did you eat for lunch? “I ate a sandwiches and had some milk.” 5. What kind of food did you eat for dinner? “One of my favorite dinners was fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn.” 6. Did you eat a lot of candy and sweets? “No, treats weren’t really kept at the house.” 7. What kind of chores did you do? “I had to keep my room clean and make my bed, and I my brother and I traded off washing dishes every other night. Sometimes on weekends I would do the dusting around the house.” 8. Were you generally a healthy kid? “Yes, I rarely went to the doctor.”

Interview (cont.) : 

Interview (cont.) 9. Would you go to the doctor if you were sick? “Only if I was really sick, like if I had had a cold for more than a week, or if I had an extremely high temperature.” 10. How often did you go to the dentist? “I went once a year.” 11. Did your teeth suffer from this? “No they didn’t. I didn’t have any cavities until I was in my early 20’s.” 12. Did you get vaccinations as a kid? “Yes but not as many as young kids do today.” 13. Did you play on any team sports? “No, girls didn’t do team sports, but I did dance for a long time.” 14. Was it popular to smoke when you were younger? “Yes, people didn’t know how bad it was for you then.” 15. Did you ever smoke? “No, a cigarette has never touched my mouth.” 16. How was your health as a young adult? “Good, I never had any health issues when I was younger.” 17. Did people drink a lot when you were a young adult? “Not the group of people I hung out with, but some people did in high school. At college parties it was popular to drink.”

Interview (cont.) : 

Interview (cont.) 18. Were you pretty active as a young adult? ”Yes, I considered myself active. I used to do dance, play tennis and play basketball, but never on a real team.” 19. Are you pretty active now for an almost 69 year old? “Not as active as I’d like to be, or as I should be.” 20. What are your major health problems now? “I now have high blood pressure, that ran in my dads side of the family.” 21. How many pills do you take a day? “I take about four prescription meds a day, and I also take vitamins a supplements.” 22. Do you wish you had done anything differently for your health? “Yes, I wish I would have been more active as a middle-age adult.” 23. Do you watch your diet pretty closely now? “Yes, I am very aware of what I eat.” 24. How long did your parents live for? “My mom died at 61 by complications from multiple sclerosis, which is a chronic progressive nervous disorder involving loss of myelin sheath around certain nerve fibers. My dad died at 79, he had a history of high blood pressure, then he developed an ulcer and went to the hospital, while he was there, he developed pneumonia and died.” 25. Is your brother still living? “No, he died in 1975 at age 30, from an epileptic seizure.”

How my family came to America : 

How my family came to America My Dad’s lineage has been traced back from before 1638 when my ancestors first came to America from the town of Great Ellingham, in Norfolk, England. My Mom’s ancestry hasn’t been formerly traced back, but I am an 8th generation Californian on my mom’s side. That means that I am the eighth generation to be born in California.

My Family’s Health History : 

My Family’s Health History On my Dad’s Mom’s side, the main problem is high blood pressure. My Dad’s Dad was always very healthy until the last six months of his life, when he developed cancer. On my Mom’s Mom’s side, a big problem was type 2 diabetes. My great-grandparents all smoked and had health complications from that, and my grandfather has really bad arthritis, especially in his fingers and knees. I could have inherited any of these problems, I just won’t know until I’m older.

Fitness Data and Nutrition : 

Fitness Data and Nutrition

Fitness Testing : 

Fitness Testing Fitness Testing Standards: I successfully passed all of the state fitness testing requirements.

Fitness Data : 

Fitness Data

Fitness Data (cont.) : 

Fitness Data (cont.) I believe I have a good balance of everything in my life, but sometimes I wish I got more sleep.

Social and Emotional Health : 

Social and Emotional Health

Hobbies/Talents/sports : 

Hobbies/Talents/sports Hobbies I enjoy reading, listening to my 2nd generation iPod Nano, and playing my brother’s DSi XL. Talents Skiing, giving massages, organizing things, making patterns(especially using symmetry), and “lightening the mood” Sports Swimming With Westview and Pacific Swim Waterpolo With Westview and (maybe soon) Pacific Polo

Pets and Travel : 

Pets and Travel Pets Andy, pure-bred Schipperke, born 1987, died 2004, age 17 Cassie, pure-bred Schipperke, born 1994, now age 16 ½ Travel Every year my family goes to Brian Head, Utah over February break. We first started going in 2001, and now always invite our friends the Krogman’s, the Petrie’s, and the Covello’s. We ski, go tubing, and play in the snow.

Closest Friends, Schools Attended, and Clubs : 

Closest Friends, Schools Attended, and Clubs Closest friends Emily Krogman, Hannah Yssels, Rachel Petrie, Emily Seckington, Danielle Kolokowsky, Courtney Moeller, and Cole Gehrke.* Schools Attended Carmel Mountain Preschool Park Village Elementary School Mesa Verde Middle School Westview High School Clubs I’m interested in joining FCA, but I’m already really busy with schoolwork and swimming. *I’m sorry if your name isn’t mentioned here. If I had to write all of my friends names, if would take up the whole slide. 

Health Triangle : 

Health Triangle

Picture Timeline : 

Picture Timeline

Slide 23: 

This is a picture of me when I was just born. It is April 2, 1996, around 6:25 pm. I am being held by my mom, who is sitting next to my dad. We are at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla.

Slide 24: 

This is a picture of me when I was a little bit over a year old. It is summer 1997. I am standing in my backyard in one of my favorite swimsuits.

Slide 25: 

This is a picture of me when I was two years old. It is probably soon after my birthday in 1998 because those were my favorite Elmo slippers when I was little. I am laying in my family room “reading” a book.

Slide 26: 

This is a picture of me when I was three years old. It is right before my brother was born in 1999. My family always goes to the pumpkin patch to pick out pumpkins to carve for Halloween. I am at Bell Gardens near Valley Center, California.

Slide 27: 

This is a picture of me when I was three, almost four years old. It is probably January of February in 2000 We are near Alta Ski Resort in Northern Utah.

Slide 28: 

This is a picture of me when I was five years old. I know it is spring 2001 that’s when the Blatchford's visited from Colorado. Taylor Blatchford and I got our hair done in straws at the Corvette Diner in Downtown San Diego.

Slide 29: 

This is a picture of me when I seven years old. I know it is late 2003 because that’s when the second grade play was. I am in the MP room at Park Village Elementary School. For those of you who know them, Michael Good is behind me, Dean Ferguson is on my left, and Breanne Yeo is on my right.

Slide 30: 

This is a picture of my brother and me when I eight years old. It is summer 2004. I am in the hallway at the bottom of the stairs in my house. I loved making patterns with pattern blocks were younger.

Slide 31: 

This is a picture of me when I eight years old. It is early December 2004. I was at Solid Rock Climbing Gym for an Indian Princesses event. Indian Princesses is a father-kid organization run through the YMCA.

Slide 32: 

This is a picture of me when I eight years old. It is early 2005. I was riding the BMX track at Indian Hills for another Indian Princesses event.

Slide 33: 

This is a picture of Danielle Kolokowsky and me when I was ten years old. It is late summer 2006. I was swimming at Catalina Island at yet another Indian Princesses event.

Slide 34: 

This is a picture of me when I was eleven years old. It is fifth grade graduation in 2007. I am in the Park Village Elementary School lunch area. For those of you who know them, from left to right there is; Hannah Yssels, Emily Seckington, Rachel Petrie, Emily Krogman, Me, and Lauran Minark.

Slide 35: 

This is a picture of me when I was twelve years old. It is winter break during seventh grade in 2008. I am in the kitchen in my house. My siblings and I made polymer(read fake) snow. I broke my collarbone on the day after thanksgiving in seventh grade.

Slide 36: 

This is a picture of me when on my 13th birthday. It is spring break in seventh grade in 2009. I am in the family room sitting next to my youngest sister, Kelsey.

Slide 37: 

This is a picture of me when I donated eleven inches of hair for Locks of Love in middle July 2010. I am in a hair salon near Kearny Mesa.

Slide 38: 

This is a picture of me on my first day of high school. It is late August 2010. I am standing in my front yard.

Slide 39: 

This is a picture of my siblings and me during February break last month. We are skiing at Brian Head Ski Resort, Utah. It is in Southwestern Utah.

Slide 40: 

This is a picture of my siblings and me and the Petrie kids during February break last month. We are having dinner in the hotel room at Cedar Breaks Lodge in Brian Head, Utah.

Personal Crest : 

Personal Crest

My Personal Crest : 

My Personal Crest My greatest personal achievement is getting straight A’s my first semester of high school. My happiest moment was when I found out I had made varsity swim. My family’s greatest achievement is taking our blessings and sharing them with others. I feel that I need to improve on time management. If I had one year to live and was guaranteed success, I would travel around the globe creating world peace and ending world hunger, and be home in time for Christmas. Three words to describe me are; thoughtful, generous, and supportive. My full given name is Noelle Christine Payne.

Unique Self : 

Unique Self

Personal Song Lyrics : 

Personal Song Lyrics You look aroundIt's staring back at youAnother wave of doubtWill it pull you underYou wonderWhat if I'm overtakenWhat if I never make itWhat if no one's there?Will you hear my prayer?When you take that first stepInto the unknownYou know that he won't let you goSo what are you waiting for?What do you have to lose?Your insecurities try to hold to youYou know you're made for moreSo don't be afraid to moveYour faith is allIt takes and you canWalk on the water too So get outAnd letYour fear fall to the ground No time to wasteDon't waitDon't you turn around and miss outEverything you were made forI know you're not sureSo you play it safeTry to run awayIf you take that first stepInto the unknownHe won't let you go So what are you waiting for?What do you have to lose?Your insecurities try to hold to youYou know you're made for moreSo don't be afraid to moveYour faith is allIt takes and you canWalk on the water too (step out) Even when a storm hits(step out)Even when you're broken(step out)Even when your heart is telling you telling you to give up(step out)When your hope is stolen(step out)You can't see where you're goingYou don't have to be afraidSo what are you waiting,What are you waiting for?So what are you waiting for?What do you have to lose?Your insecurities try to hold to youYou know you're made for moreSo don't be afraid to moveYour faith is allIt takes and you canWalk on the water... Walk on the water too Walk on the Water by Britt Nicole

Personal Song : 

Personal Song I think this song represents me and what I stand for because it has a positive message. It is saying that you can do anything if you just put your faith in God and trust that He won’t let you go. Walk on the Water by Britt Nicole

Self-Portrait : 

Self-Portrait

Future Aspirations : 

Future Aspirations

Important Person : 

Important Person A person that has made a difference in my life is my mom. She is always there for me, and she always encourages me to succeed using my individual God-given talents. She is the rock in my life. She’s always taken care of me and she always knows what to say to make everything better. My mom’s an amazing person, and I couldn’t have asked for a better person in my life.

Write a Letter : 

Write a Letter Dear Mom, You have helped me through so many things in life. When I’m feeling sad, I come to you and you tell me that it will be okay, that everything’s going to be alright. You make me smile when I’m angry, and you love me for who I am. You don’t try to change me because I’m just like you. I love you so much, and I’m so thankful you are my mom. Love Noelle

In three Years... : 

In three Years... I see myself graduating high school and going to the four-year college of my choice to study what ever I had decided I wanted to study. I see myself having a job to earn money so I could help pay for college. I see myself sharing a dorm at college.

In Five Years... : 

In Five Years... I see myself doing well in college, on my way to earning the degree of my choice. I see myself having a full-time job to earn money so I could pay for food and other things. I see myself either sharing a dorm at college, or renting an apartment near the campus.

In ten Years... : 

In ten Years... I see myself graduating college and going into the workforce of America. I see myself having a full-time job to be able to support myself. I see myself renting an apartment near my job, maybe having a boyfriend and getting married.

One Accomplishment : 

One Accomplishment I could accomplish just one thing, it would be to raise my children so that they were good upstanding citizens, had good character, and always trusted in God and His plan for their life.

Media Awareness : 

Media Awareness

Media Influence : 

Media Influence The media doesn’t influence my choices of clothing, I wear jeans and a jacket almost everyday. It doesn’t influence my choices of activities, who swims 20 hours a week because someone tells them to...you do it because you love it. And the media doesn’t influence my choices of music either, I listen almost exclusively to Christian music. I don’t think the media affects me, but I do have to admit, some of the articles in the magazines are hilarious.

Body image billboard : 

Body image billboard