Personal Narrative: Sergio A. Chaparro

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Life’s a Fight I still remember the day I meet him; it was a hot and sunny day. our first class had ended, and I was putting away my Spanish class notebook. Suddenly, I see the principle coming through our class room door, but he was not alone. Behind him, there was twelve-year-old boy. His skin was light brown, dark hair, and with a friendly face. By the look he had on his face, you could tell this wasn’t his first time being the new kid. To be honest, I didn’t like something about him. Who would of though he would become mi best friend, and that seven years had passed since that day.

Sergio A. Chaparro was the kind of kid that would never show his sadness. Instead he would always have a big smile in his face. During middle school all we did was play like little kid, and are biggest hobby was playing an online games called Fiesta Online (gamingo). Little did I know, that for him it wasn’t just a game, it was more of a portal that helped him scape reality. One day we
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He is a freshman right now in college, because he had to drop school for a year, in order to help his mom economically. Sergio is also the current MMA amateur state champion (RedCage), and I been there to support him since his debut fight. Last night I was talking with him, and I was telling him how proud I was of having a friend like him. Then Sergio said “If your proud of me then you must be proud of you, because you were the light when my world was turning dark.”

I admire Sergio, because he never gave up no matter how difficult life got. He continued to move forward. I believe that if there was more people like Sergio in this world, those around them would be inspired to be like them, and we would have more admirable people than whiners in the world. His inspiration was Bruce lee, but your inspiration could be Sergio himself.

Works Cited
"RED CAGE." RED CAGE. Sergio Chavira. Web. 25 Feb.

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