Macy Moore - Indiana Nomination & Photography by April Moore Creations, LLC Issue 49 of Inspiring Teens Magazine
Nomination: Macy Moore is inspiring because she is not only beautiful and talented she is also very smart with a 4.14 grade point average and involved in the honors classes. She has been cheering since 4th grade. She has been modeling for me the past 13 years. She is a natural in front of the camera. In elementary she has won several citizenship awards for being a peacemaker. I am proud to be her photographer even more proud to be her mother.
What should we definitely know about you in 100 words or less? I don’t give up. I made the freshmen cheer and the timeout squad for cheerleading at the WCHS, and the practices got harder and pushed me to do better. Along with honors class which challenged me to work harder. I am also doing tumbling so I can improve my cheer skills throughout high school. And no matter how hard I struggle with all the intensity of cheer, school, and the effects of COVID I will always do my best and not give up because I have made a commitment to it.
What inspiring things about you does your nomination not cover? When I was little I had a speech impediment and it made me really insecure about the way I talked, so I became very shy. I also got anxiety from it because I would get anxious around crowds or during projects always scared that I might have to talk. It took me seven to eight years of speech therapy to over come my impediment and I still have the effects of it today. I’m still afraid to get called on and to speak to the class during presentations but when I recite Exodus 14:14 (The Lord will fight for you, you need only to be still) it makes me feel better knowing the Lord is there for me even when I’m scared.
If you were to present a topic to a group of your peers, what would it be on and why? I could talk about my faith and how it has helped me with my struggles in life and how it helps me with my strengths and weaknesses. But I would rather listen about other people’s life and try to encourage and support them through their struggles.
Look for Macy in issue 49 of Inspiring Teens Magazine!