The Life of Morgan Atkins

By stip
  • Birth

    Just before noon, I took my first breath at the Stillwater Medical Center.
  • Elections

    Kindled by the presidental elections of 2000 and the controversies following, I opened my eyes to the political world around me and started developing a taste for modern news. However, I was only five and was merely wrapping my head around the theory that everyone has the ability to form their own opinions.
  • Family

    Early in my adolescent years, my mother remarried, and with moving to a new room I gained three older brothers. Being the youngest in a family of independent leaders isn't easy; However, Theodore Rooselvelt once said, "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are".
  • Band

    Needless to say, I looked for a way to get involved with music during my middle school years and joined band in the sixth grade, letting my note reading skills rocket to the moon.
  • High School Graduation

    High School Graduation
    Nominated for most likely to be sucessful, I will graduate from high school leaving to impression on my fellow class to depart from Stillwater with the goal of helping our country and mankind.
  • Medical School

    Medical School
    Enduring the harsh four years of medical school, I will graduate at the middle of my class, partly due to my well balanced life of studying politics, music, and culture.
  • The Cure

    The Cure
    Driven out of the pure intrest to avoid a war of sickness, I will discover the cure for cancer and shock my fellow peers of medicine.
  • Death

    Young at the age of 46, I will ironically experience and extra-axial celebral hemorrhage while on a business trip in Dallas, cauing me to abruptly die. Being famous for uncovering the cure for cancer, my brain will be studied for ages, until five years after my death the National Archives will announce that my prized organ is missing.