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  • Chicago Airport Narrative

    This summer my parents were sitting at home on a boring sunday night while I was out with my friends. My mom texted me and said I need to come home soon because we were going on a trip tomorrow and my flight leaves around one. When my mom told me we were going to Gulf Shores, Alabama I thought it was really weird and I was not excited. I was actually really upset because it was towards the end of summer and I wanted to stay here and hangout with my friends. So the next morning my Dad and…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Horse, And A Mistake

    A girl, a horse, and a mistake Bam! As the door to the shed slammed, and as I walked in to feed the horse, and the chickens, as I did every morning. I noticed something different about today. I noticed that the sun was shining, the grass still with dew, and the sky a bright blue, and the wind just right. I knew right then and there that today was going to be a good day, something exciting was going to happen, which could necessarily not be a good thing for my mother, or my father. Today is the…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Year Is Two-Thousand-Six

    "The year is two-thousand-six" That one simple sentence brings me back to my first grade class when I was only seven years old, where we said the date aloud every single day. The year 2006 sits as a blemish in my life however, as a memory that will not go away no matter how hard I try to forget it. The year marked many firsts for me, it was the year I board my first airplane, the year I lost my first tooth, and unfortunately, the all-too early loss of my childhood innocence. For my entire…

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  • A Deathbed Lesson For Life Analysis

    Advise should be taken with a grain of salt because someone’s advise doesn’t always fit your situation. Yet sometimes, advice doesn’t need to be taken with a grain of salt because it universally applies to everyone. Yolanda Nava was given universal advise by her mother as she describes in the article “A Deathbed Lesson for Life: It’s All in the Frijoles.” When Nava asked her mother what made her strong, her mother told her that it was all in the beans. Later, when she was making frijoles en la…

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  • Graduation Speech: Moving To Texas Junior Year In High School

    Moving to Texas junior year was one of the hardest things I have ever taken part in. For the longest time, I never had a good thing to say about it. Texas was the last place I wanted to be at that point in my life. Thank you for making me feel more at ease and answering any questions I might have had. Thank you for telling me that I was the only junior in that class when in reality I wasn’t. Danielle Hansford happened to be the only other junior in that classroom full of disgusting freshman.…

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  • Personal Essay: Is Molly A Toxic Friend?

    Molly was truly a toxic friend. At the time, we were tied to the hip. I didn’t think anything could possibly tear us apart. Surprisingly, it wasn’t anything like time, or other people that created a distance between us. Simply put, I just realized how awful of a person she was to have in my life. It only took me to be on the brink of death to realize it. I typically wasn’t the type to go partying all the time. Inevitably, a friend dragged me to one, despite my protests. It wasn’t all bad though,…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Man Who Changed My Life?

    You know you’re probably not going to believe me but I actually stood in front of the bathroom mirror for a solid twenty minutes trying to figure out who I was and how I got this way. Now if you asked anyone who was waiting in line to use the washroom after this time, I bet any one of them would label me with some serious bowel issues. So, it’s a good thing you asked for my opinion instead. I tried, I really did. I wanted to look inside the essence of my soul, describe the way I feel and write…

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  • Enquire's Journey Analysis

    In Enquire journey it expresses about struggles, disappointment, and all sorts of things we usually don 't like to talk about. In the novel it had many obstacles that most people usually endure on a day to day bases because it’s reality, it’s the truth. It isn 't bad nor good but realizing that it 's part of our society is one step closer to achieving a growth mindset. It has shown me how I could do a lot even when i’m faced with negative things surrounding me and all I have to do is keep…

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  • My Epiphany Application Essay

    First and foremost, thank you for taking time out of your day to reading this application. I have spent many hours thinking of what to write in this section, ever since I was given the withdrawal status back in the winter term. Hopefully by the time you finish reading this explanation, you will realize what happened to me, and how I have changed from the child I was, to the person I was always meant to be through the understanding of my epiphany. Hopefully, I will be able to persuade the…

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  • Stress And Jealousy-Personal Narrative

    “Shut up! You already have a car! Let me ride the four-wheeler!” I exclaimed as I slammed the door. I jumped on the four-wheeler and headed out to seek solitude in my moment of stress and jealousy. Erin had just graduated from high school, and we were at our dad’s for the weekend celebrating her recent success. The year was 2001, and it was the beginning of May. Erin is my older sister who is the most spoiled. I just didn’t think it was fair for her (owning a car) to go and ride the…

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