The last few years have been difficult for me, but I have found some joy.
For one thing, I have been able to get back to football again, albeit on a lower level than I was at my lowest.
The last couple of months have been a whirlwind of events.
In December, the World Cup finals were won by Argentina against Germany, the first time the two teams had played since a 3-1 loss to Uruguay in December 2006.
The following day, I played in the final of the Champions League final between Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco.
At the end of that match, I scored my first World Cup goal and was given a special honour.
I was born in the city of Guadalajara and have lived there for almost a decade, as have my cousins and siblings.
But as I grew up, my family’s identity became defined by my ethnicity.
I grew into a white boy, but my family was mostly made up of mixed-race people.
I would always look for a white man to look after my family.
The white community in Mexico was a large one, and that was the only place I could play football.
My family was well-off and I was lucky to have my own apartment, which I had to share with a white girl.
As I started playing soccer at the age of seven, it was clear that I had an interest in the sport.
I remember going to a friend’s house in Mexico City, where my uncle played for a club called Estudiantes, and I started training with him.
At that time, Estudiants was one of the best teams in the country, so it was obvious that I wanted to play for them.
As time went on, the sport grew in popularity in Mexico and I began playing regularly with other players.
The team that was closest to me, Estuetes, had a good relationship with the team owner and the players, and they helped me get better.
The game was played very defensively and I had good positioning in front of goal.
I scored many goals as a teenager and I would often say that I was the best player on my team, which meant I was also the most valuable player on the pitch.
In 2002, Estude was awarded the FIFA World Player of the Year award, which went to a young midfielder named Josef.
A few years later, I was selected to play in the World Championship against England, and while I had scored in that match and I think I was close to scoring more than 50 goals in the tournament, it is clear that my future in soccer was not bright.
I had my first serious injury in 2005 and I suffered another one in 2010.
At first, it looked like I would never play again, but in 2012, a knee injury prevented me from playing at all.
I also suffered a serious knee injury during the 2013 World Cup, which required surgery.
Since that time I have undergone a number of surgeries to remove the knee caps and reconstruct the ACL, and it has been very difficult for the body to repair all the damage done to the ACL and the surrounding cartilage.
At some point in time, it came to my attention that the rehabilitation was in its final stages, and at some point I had the ambition to play professionally again.
So in 2012 I decided to sign for a Spanish team called Athletic Bilbao.
In 2014, my career took off with a sensational return to form, and after a season at Athletic, I signed for Real Madrid.
I played for the Spanish national team and the Copa del Rey before signing with Real Madrid in 2015.
In that year, I went on to win the Ballon d’Or, which is awarded to the best footballer in the world.
My first World Championship win came in 2016, and my second in 2017.
In the Copas del Rey final, I finished with nine goals and was named Player of The Tournament.
I am now at the end.
But I am still not the player I was before I joined Real Madrid, and now I have to make sure that I am on top of my game.
My career started with a bang in 2017, when I scored five goals in seven matches for Real.
After that, my first taste of success came when I was called up to the senior team in the 2018 Copa America.
The Copa Americas is a competition where young players from different countries compete to win a trophy and become one of those famous legends that is a part of the game.
The competition has grown over the years and now there are many talented players from various countries that are competing for the title.
I have had a lot of luck to date, but that has not been enough.
I hope that the time will come that I will finally get to play again.
In 2018, I had a really good season in Brazil, scoring five goals and scoring 12 in 18 games. In 2019, I