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GMG Senior Spotlight

June 3, 2011
Northern-Sun Print
Name: Laura Marie Goettsch Nickname: Lola When were you born: June 4, 1993 What are your parent’s names: Mark and Carla Goettsch Do you have any siblings, what are their names: Twin sisters Amy and Emily Do you have any pets: 1 dog - Toby What clubs/extra curricular activities are you involved: Band, vocal, Christian Fellowship, speech, drama, Spanish club, and National Honor Society What are your hobbies: Writing and reading What is your biggest pet peeve: Laziness when it comes to schoolwork. Favorite T.V. show: PSYCH Favorite quote: “Forgive quickly, kiss slowly, love freely, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret any thing that made you smile. Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we’re here we should dance.” Favorite color: Purple Favorite movie: Sound of Music Favorite genre of music: 70-80’s rock Favorite restaurant: Olive Garden Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving Favorite teacher: Mrs. Ware – Thank you so much for everything! Scariest moment: My scariest moment was in elementary, and a bunch of the girls were hiding in a tube slide and I started freaking out because I couldn’t breath. That was the day I realized I was claustrophobic. Most embarrassing moment: My life is a collage of embarrassing moments. Biggest fear: Getting lost One word to describe yourself: Passionate If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be: Rome Special Person in your life: Sorry, but I can’t say just one. My sisters Amy and Emily are the 2 most special people in my life. Thank you for 12 years of laughter, girls! What will be or is your most memorable moment: My first day of junior year when I returned to GMG. Toughest decision you’ve had to make so far: Which college to attend What are your plans after high school: Attend Grandview University What do you want to pursue in college: Major in Mass Communications/Journalism What will you miss most about high school: I will miss my friends and participating in speech. Any advice to under classmen: Don’t be afraid to look silly, or you might miss out on opportunities that could change your life. Who has influenced your life the most: My parents- they have given me so much love and support, and have taught me not to take myself so seriously. I can honestly say that this was the most important lesson I ever learned.

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