Personal Narrative On Halloween
and sister to go trick-or-treating without me so that I might complete my work.
Somehow, despite the incessant ringing of the doorbell and the tremendous amount of work, I finished early. Unlike previous years, I did not have a clue what to wear for my costume; consequently, I ran to my closet to assess my options. Soon, a brilliant idea spontaneously materialized in my head, and I immediately got dressed. When I emerged from my room: I wore red shoes, white and red socks, long red shorts, a shirt with the word Canada across the center, a Canadian flag mask, red sunglasses with Canada's flag on the lenses, a Canada baseball cap, and a Canadian flag cape. I was… “Captain Canada!” A few minutes later, my sister and mom returned, and I was able to go out with them. As we were walking down the street, I saw a kid dressed up as Captain America. We both walked up to the same house, and he asked me who I had dressed up as. “Well Captain America, I am Captain Canada,” I said as I looked over at him. My costume attracted a lot of attention that night as I walked down the street; people did everything from complimenting and smiling to outright laughing.
Looking back at the tenth grade, I am surprised that I even had time to participate in the holiday. I was taking AP World History, my first AP class. Keeping up my grades in the class was one of my biggest concerns, but surprisingly, it turned out to be a relatively easygoing class without much homework. Throughout the year,…