Twas A Good Day (Madison Ollendieck)

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Twas a Good Day! ( Madison Ollendieck )
It was a cold, windy, September day, Friday to be exact. My mom picked me and my sister up from school and we headed home. It was quite cold outside, so I grabbed a sweatshirt and we were off again. While we drove back into town, my mom asked me if I was nervous. Of course I said yes. I told her I felt like I had a lot of pressure on me because just that previous year, my sister won Little Miss Cresco for 2012. Kaylee, my sister, was in the car with us and she told me that I was fine and that I needed to chill out. The rest of the car ride was silent, as I gazed out the car door window, trying to make time slow down, thinking deeply. Then we arrived at Beattle Park. I got out of the car, racing to my
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Then he announced my name. I stood there for a couple of seconds, thinking to myself, did I actually win? Did he for real just say my name? As I was slowly recognizing my sister was right in front of me, struggling to put the sash on my shoulders.Then it hit me, I won! I felt a rush of excitement run through my body. I was just looking at my sister in total shock of what just happened. I was so blissful, I didn’t know what to do, well except help my sister put the sash on me. I first looked into the crowd, finding my parents, who were currently smiling and clapping. To be honest, I think they were just as shocked as I was! I then looked over at Ashley and she hugged me, I swear she was more excited than I was! After it was all quiet again, he notified us about the details of the parade the following day. We all exited the stage, and took a billion pictures! After we were all done, I ran over to my mom and hugged her and she told me, “See I told you, you could do it!” Right there and then, I felt extremely proud of myself and what I had just accomplished. Afterwards, when we were able to leave, I called my grandma and grandpa and told them the good news! They were very proud of me! I was so happy, I

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