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  • A Day In My Life

    This day seemed like every other ordinary day in my life, but the event that transpired that day is etched into my mind forever. It seemed like a regular school day for me, except it was not. What had occurred on this day made me realize that the people we love can be gone at any time without a moment’s notice. It was the beginning of June. I had just finished taking my exams a few days prior, and I could finally relax, free of all the stress and anxiety that came with the exams. I came home from school with my younger brother and waited for my dad to come home from his full-time job around four o’clock. When my dad came back home, we ate dinner. My family would converse with each other throughout dinner, sharing stories that transpired that…

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  • The Day In My Life

    It was April 17, 2014, the day was beautiful it was a cool 78 degrees and I had planned to go home and fish with some friends then later gather around the dinner table to have an amazing home cooked meal. This was a normal day, because my family all lived so close that I could throw a rock at each of their houses I never seemed to go hungry someone was always cooking. I loved having all the family around and it was perfect but then on April 17, 2016, something happened that we could not fathom. …

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  • The Darkest Day Of My Life

    Let me begin my story by telling you a little about myself. I grew up in a small town in Louisiana in a predominantly very poor neighborhood. Some would say "the projects". I like to think of it as a housing development for low income people. The only major influence I had in my life was my granny. She was my sunshine. She took my brother and me to church every Sunday and Wednesday. It was through her that we learned about God. I loved going to church with her. She would always buy us a bottle…

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  • The Gubilant Days Of My Life

    India, so small that you need to travel to another village if you want to buy a matchstick-box. So small that I used to walk 2 miles every day to attend school in a nearby village. No, I am not complaining, those are the most jubilant days of my life, because every day I enjoyed walking down to the school in that early sunshine. But you know what the best thing about my village is? It’s the people, who might have earnings of less than $5 a day but have hearts bigger than the biggest cities in…

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  • A Funeral Day In My Life

    On May 5, 2003 my life changed forever. It was so painful for my family and I couldn’t bear the pain. It was my father’s funeral day. I remembered it like it was yesterday. I had on a white flower dress with tear drops on it. My hair was long and in two little pony tails with red clips on the end. When we got to the funeral home, there were so many of my family members there, but it wasn’t the same. Everyone looked so hopeless and weak. There were blue and white flowers all in…

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  • A Day In My Life Analysis

    Analysis of A day in my Life in College Personal Sociological Perspective College life comes with some different challenges as opposed to high college life especially based on the daily schedules in one way or the other. You 've most likely as of now pondered what college will resemble. Will it resemble home? Will it resemble your secondary college experience? Will you have the capacity to handle it? Will it be fun and energizing? Will it be terrifying and nerve wracking? Indeed, ideally a look…

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  • A Day: The Love Of My Life

    November 30, 2015 was one of the most important dates of my life. On this day, I met the love of my life. That date will forever be special to me, as it has affected my life in so many positive ways. We found each other at just the right time for the both of us, and together changed our lives for the better. If it weren’t for a friend’s persuasion, and maybe a little fate, I would not be where I am today. A few months prior to the 30th, I broke up with my girlfriend of 2 and a half years. She…

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  • Personal Narrative: Lessons Learned In My Family

    having rules to follow wasn’t unheard of with my family. There was always a way to behavior with friends/family, at school, at home and out in the street. Often I found myself getting into trouble because I didn 't listen and also the fact that I always found some kind of way to slipping out of having to doing something that I knew I was supposed to do. But out of all the people in my family my mom was the strictest. When expectations set high, not meaning them meant my siblings and I typical…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Soccer Player

    biggest teams selected me and everybody anticipated I would have an outstanding career in soccer… well, all except dad: my father had something else in mind for me and decided not to support the dream of my life. At the beginning it was hard to believe, unfair, selfish. Then we had a conversation and I learnt that he pursued a career in soccer when he was seventeen, contrary to my grandparents desire for his only child, and he didn’t get anywhere because of the injuries. This is probably the…

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  • The Particular Sadness Of Lemon Cake By Henrik Ibsen

    Both those feelings can be prevented by a loving and supportive family life. According to an online article written by the Mental Health Foundation titled Depression, depression can cause many negative impacts to your health, in both mind and body.Depression can show itself through many types of symptoms such as “Tiredness and loss of energy, difficulty concentrating, feeling anxious all the time, feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, insomnia, loss of appetite, physical aches and pains,…

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