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ARTICLE: Trinity Galloway and Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

Trinity Galloway was born on August 11, 1999 in Los Angeles, California. She is the oldest of three siblings. Trinity later moved to Arizona when she was seven years old and her life changed.

Trinity is a very smart girl. Her mom began writing with her when she was only two years old. After that, Trinity developed a love for reading. For several years, Galloway was the only child, but in 2005 that  changed when her sister, Kennedy, was born. Shortly, after that her and her family moved to Arizona.

Once the school year had began, Trinity attended Madison Rose Lane Elementary. She liked school, and she loved her teachers. She had had been bullied at a young age, but she was and is still a great student, she always wants to learn new things. She has a good attitude, and that takes her places. As she entered high school, she started to like it. She never had problems . Even though Galloway had a hard time with her English teacher, she still managed to pass the rest of her classes. Galloway graduated in 2017 from North Pointe Preparatory School. After her graduation, she continued to work, and automatically began attending Mesa Community College. However, in December of 2017, Trinity began to get very sick. She went to the hospital, but they said it was just the flu going around. Yet, things started to get worse. The medicine didn’t work and she began bruising easily. She went to her primary doctor and waited for results. In January of 2018, Trinity was diagnosed with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura. This caused Galloway to be in and out of the hospital for four to six  months. It had physically limited her, but Trinity kept working and pursuing her education. She didn’t let her poor health stop her.

Now, Trinity is doing well, and will soon be transferring to Arizona State University to continue her health care career. She will resume working at McDonald’s, however, she hopes to get promoted soon. Many friends and family, admire Trinity’s wonderful and intelligent personality.

 

By: Kennedy Scrimmager

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