Sep 05 2012

What Represents Tracy Lee

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My main source of entertainment comes from shopping. It’s something that I never get tired of and brings a smile of happiness and excitement to my face every time. Whether it is shopping for clothes or even groceries on my mom’s To Buy list, I don’t mind. I can be walking in and out of stores for days and not get tired, unless I’m wearing new shoes. Shopping is like my go to activity whenever I’m in a bad mood or bored.



Ramen, but in general, I like food. Eating gives me energy to get through the day. Food is a like a remedy for a bad day- ice cream never failed to cheer me up a bit after I have devoured a carton.  I’m not allegoric to anything, so I’m basically open to try anything that looks good. I don’t dislike any foods with the exception of things high in fiber and plants.

Family and Friends:

My family and friends are a really important aspect of my life. I can always rely on them to give me their full support. It’s nice to know that I always have someone to turn in times of need. They’re also people I can annoy when I’m bored (my brother).



I really like traveling outside of the country with my family and friends. I mostly travel Asia. I’ve been to China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan multiple times. Traveling not only allows me to see the world that is out there, but it’s also another excuse to go shopping. Traveling always puts me in a happy mood because I like to be in the midst of foreign places with unfamiliar faces. Also, I get to eat more good food.


I started the habit of running only recently, when I decided to join my school cross country and track team last year. It showed me the endurance I am capable of, which explains why I can go shopping all day without signs of fatigue. When I’m running it lets me clear my mind and relax. I get to sweat out all the stuff I don’t want to think about. Running is also probably the only sport that I am capable of doing, since I lack coordination and I get confused when it comes to any sport that involves a team of people and a ball.


Reading takes my mind off of things, but I only like reading certain books or magazines, so that means, no, I didn’t enjoy that list of required reading for history. I like humorous books, stuff I can actually relate to (not WWII documentaries).



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3 Responses to “What Represents Tracy Lee”

  1.   DDeCrescenzo-froon 14 Sep 2012 at 3:37 PM

    Tracy — if you love shopping, you live in the right city for it! I’m with you — shopping in foreign countries is great. I’ve always found it to be a really interesting way to explore and understand the culture of the country.