What are you? Who are you? What are you doing? The most loaded questions ever asked. What am I? I am a being made up of 75% water, separated from animals only by a few details like language, genetic makeup, etc. Who am I? I’m someone’s sister, someone’s daughter, someone’s best friend, someone just trying to enjoy everyday I’m given. What am I doing? Being a life liver. But how does this separate me from anyone else? This is what separates human from animals, people from other people, even myself from who I used to be. It’s a question I have spent most of this year trying to figure out. I had to go back to kindergarten to figure out the answer. I approached this question with the wise words of Dr. Seuss, who once said, “sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” Simple. It must be simple. So what am I? I am a completely unique individual dancing through a life where all I want to do is help a few people out, get some smiles along the way, and make some real good friends and memories. I believe that material problems are trivial. What I am is also what I am not. I am not the type of person who lets anything get in my way. But, I am the type of person who when asked what I would bring with me on a desert island, I would answer my memories, and a paintbrush.