Rosalie Tvrdy

The first senior spotlight this year is Rosalie Tvrdy! Rosalie has been going to Raymond Central her entire life so it only seems fitting to choose her first. Now seeing as I took over the Senior Spotlight the questions are a little different this year. Some of them are fun and others are more life-centered. The first couple of questions I asked Rosalie were, "What's your favorite hobby and What's your dream job?" She responded to them by saying, "I love crocheting, reading books, and Bible journaling; My dream job is to become a pediatric cardiologist." I think we should all admire Rosalie's want to help those in need if I wasn't typing right now I would probably be giving her a round of applause. Now the next three questions I asked were, "If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be, What are your plans for after High School, and If you could what would you change about yourself?" Rosalie answered, "If I could live anywhere in the world, it would be in San Diego. I plan to go to UNL and major in either biology or biochemistry, with hopes to go to medical school after the first four years at UNL. I also want to be in the Cornhusker Marching Band or the Big Red Express and play the clarinet. I wish I wasn't so perfectionistic sometimes, because that causes me a lot of nerves that I realize aren't necessary after a situation happens.'' If you've ever seen Rosalie playing in the band she's really good. I honestly believe that Rosalie will go on to be one of the players in the Husker marching band. She certainly has the drive and ability to do so. The next three questions were, "What motivates you to work hard, What is your proudest accomplishment, and What is your favorite book?" Rosalie responded, "My parents are my biggest motivators, and because of the amazing example they have set for me, I am a very hard worker. I grew up learning how to work hard, and that is something that I am going to stick with throughout college and the rest of my life. My proudest accomplishment is reading the entire Bible in a year! My favorite book is any book written by Karen M. McManus." I do admire Rosalie's love of religion. To me reading the entire bible in a year is an accomplishment to be proud of. It's just amazing that she can keep her motivation geared towards all her activities, school, and religion at the same time. The last questions I asked were, "What would you sing at Karaoke night; If money was no object, what would you do all day? Rosalie answered, "If I would ever do a Karaoke night, I would sing It is What It Is by Jenna Raine. I would crochet, go to the gym, and read books all day!" It's admirable that even with all the money in the world Rosalie would remain her graceful and humble self. Rosalie is just such a bright shining star in our community and I wish her the best in both her career and life. Rosalie, you will do amazing things!