My Autobiography by Rocio Molina
My name is Rocio Abilene Molina Hernandez.
I was born in Huixtla, a small town in Mexico.
I have two sisters, Karla and Rowina. They
are the best sisters in the world.
I studied in different high schools in my hometown while my father was living in San Francisco with one of my sisters. I graduated from high school in second place with high grades. Then, my father told me the good news that he was going to bring me to San Francisco and enroll me in college to study English.
When I first arrived here, everything was difficult for me. That was the most difficult time in my life. The food, the language and the customs here are different from those in Mexico, but I was determined to get accustomed to everything here and learn English. My first goal was to take some courses at City College of San Francisco. I learned a lot when I started in ESL level 2. I continue to study and I have learned how to express myself in English.
I have been working as a cashier at McDonald’s, and I like my job because it is fun. People are friendly and my boss is very nice. My favorite food at McDonald’s is Mcflurry, which is ice cream with Oreo cookies. I am happy because I have a lot of friends at school and at work.