April 1, 2023

Zaiden Ramirez, senior at South Lake High School, steps outside his comfort zone.

1.2 min read| Published On: April 1st, 2023|

By Cindy Peterson

Zaiden Ramirez, senior at South Lake High School, steps outside his comfort zone.

1.2 min read| Published On: April 1st, 2023|

I’d describe myself as: What you see is what you get. I’m a laid-back guy. I like to be around people, so I guess that makes me a people person. I’m ok with surprises but I do like to know what’s coming up next.

Inspirational words I live by: I am confident in this verse found in Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

In the future: I’m looking to take my talents as a goalkeeper to the collegiate level. I also like to fix things and I’m pretty good with my hands, so maybe a profession that involves using my hands. For now, my focus is spending time with family and getting ready for graduation.

I look up to: There are several people  I know who have really made an impact in my life. My parents have definitely shaped me to be the person I am today. My Ama, Wela and Welo (grandparents) are an inspiration to me also and are what the American dream is truly about.

Topping my music playlist: “7 Summers” by Morgan Wallen.

My greatest quality: I believe I have a great sense of humor, but I think my best quality is my ability to get along with everyone I come across.

My message to the world: Be nice to each other, be a good friend, and don’t be afraid to take a risk.

My desired superpower would be: Being able to fly, be invisible, and control time. But if I had one superpower it would be the ability to heal any type of sickness. Cancer SUCKS!

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About the Author: Cindy Peterson

Originally from the small town of Berryville, Arkansas, Cindy has become a multimedia specialist in journalism, photography, videography, and video editing. She has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Central Arkansas and produces Style Magazine's Sports Hub Podcast and the Healthy Living Podcast. She also produces for Beacon College’s Telly Award-winning PBS show, “A World of Difference.” When she isn’t working, Cindy loves traveling the National Parks with her husband , Ryan, and son, David, photographing wildlife.

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