Almost also loved to take things apart and looking

Almost all people inherit their parents features and look like them, but I on the other hand was adopted so I didn’t inherit those features: I inherited something much greater; the uncontrollable curiosity that has served me well in my academic studies. My father, a chemist, taught me to explore the world in a unique way with inquisitive eyes, constantly seeking to learn more, to understand more. I watched him take things apart sometimes asking him about the different parts. He took apart a leap pod game boy with me one day and I was fascinated by the technology inside of it. Since then I wanted to know how and why things worked the way it did.

I would ask my dad,”how does this microwave work?””how does the tv work?” his answers sometimes didn’t fulfill my curiosities and I would perform some experiments and explore. I needed answers.

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My playground was a room full of legos and puzzles. I loved just sitting by the warmth of the fire listening to music and doing puzzles and legos. I also loved to take things apart and looking a was inside. My mother, a graphic designer loved the pieces of art I would make using my legos and jigsaw puzzles she encouraged my intellectual curiosity as long as it kept me off electronics. Every Christmas my parents got me a lego set that I would complete in a couple of hours and they got me some hard 3D puzzles. When I was eleven I think my parents got tired of me asking them so many questions so they got me a big book of questions and answers.

As a kid I was given a lot of freedom. My dad would bring home something for me to look at and open up some times and I would love it. My dad use to make solar panels and he brought small ones for me to look at. My parents also bought me Minecraft and I would stay on the computer and build buildings. I built my own modern mansion with little details with a pool with a fountain pouring out of a wall into it. It also had electricity and plumbing in it, I could’ve lived in it if it was built in real life. 

My parents taught me to be independent and self-motivated by providing me with opportunities to learn by trial and error. I remember when ever I got a cool toy I would   
read the manual looking for cool features. When I was twelve, my parents got a new microwave oven and I was really interested on how it worked. I remember I sat down and read some of the manual and reading about convection and how it was used and made the microwave oven work.