Personal Narrative Essay

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  • Personal Narrative: My Essay To College

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    Ever since I was a little girl I have been outgoing and high school has let me express myself in a way I did not know I could. I joined the cheer team my freshman year and sadly I am not on the team this year. I also joined the swim team and it has honestly been the best decision I have made. I have learned a lot from both teams but what I love the most is giving back to my community and I was able to do that these last few years with the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls. If it was not

  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Personal Experience With Fishing

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    I’m going to write about my personal experience with fishing. My first time fishing was a fun one, I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know what a hook was from a weight. I had no idea how to even cast a pole. But now I have a personal record for myself with a 6lb 5oz Largemouth Bass. Now…well I wouldn’t say I know everything about fishing but I know a good amount. And it took a lot of practice to learn some things. But, now after watching probably 100 YouTube videos

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Day Of The Dog

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    "Good boy, Sparky," I said happily as I thought about eating Thanksgiving dinner and galloped around the ring on the beautiful, white and brown pony. It was raining, and the horse’s hooves made a squishing sound in the mud. Sparky whisked me around the ring, and came to an abrupt stop. I was excited to get out of the rain and let my cousins, William and Bradley, and sister, Caroline, take a turn on Sparky. As Sparky skipped up to the barn, I slowly slid off, putting my left then right foot on the

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Origin Of The Tree

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    It's summer. The feeling of heat and hotness is in the atmosphere. The sun's giving it all, as you can feel the sweat running down, from your forehead to cheek. Or your entire body in general. It's that time of the year, where you wish, that it's winter again. You won't believe it, but.. There is a gorgeous looking, breathtaking, exquisite viewing, stunning, radiant and appealing, young, large tree. The tree's winsome green, nostalgic leaves are glamorous and glorious looking. It's as if you want

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Day At The Beach

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    I lock up my vintage bike to the bike racks where two other bikes stand. Jax pulls on his leash as we start walking down the windy track towards the beach. The wooden planks that once made the path are now covered in heaps of sand that let only small parts of the planks stick out. The smell of the salty water travels up my nose as we near the end of the track. We reach the end of the track and as we step out from the safety of the native trees and shrubs we are hit with a big gush of wind. The wind

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Tree Of A Tree

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    There was a tree that I always went to. It was away from everything, past a little cemetery in the forest. It gave me time to think, to reflect, and to get away from all of my problems. The only issue, is that my mom had rules. I had to tell her when I was going and it had to be light out. She says she worries too much as it is. Her rules weren't always ideal, but I followed them nonetheless. It was a gloomy Saturday when I had gotten into a fight with my mom. One of those arguments that doesn’t

  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Journey To The Bridge

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    Taking my first step onto the bridge I could feel the moisture, the water in the air that sprinkled onto my face from the water below. Taking a step or two more I began to fill with joy. Getting more excited I run to the middle of the bridge to the railing bouncing in happyness of what I was seeing. The water going full steam ahead running right off the cliff to the ground below making a roaring train steam engine noise. Once Krista and Brian finally pried me off the bridge we moved forward following

  • Personal Narrative Essay: An Unexpected Friend

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    An Unexpected Friend A few years ago, Andi was given an opportunity to continue her commitment of trying to help others wherever she went. A girl she knew from high school named Krispy was in a predicament. Andi felt privileged to be able to provide the assistance she needed. Andi had always been a person to “pay it forward”; her decision to do that not only affected a person she helped, but also herself later down the road. Krispy had to work out of town for the weekend and was unable to bring

  • Personal Narrative Essay: Kern's Home

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    My family and I were invited to our friend’s house for a get together. Our main group of camping friends was also there to hang out. It is mid to late afternoon and we are in an enclosed porch of the Kern’s house. There are picnic tables in it and different toys and activities that the Kern’s have stored there. The porch has three doors that we can go through, one is to go to the back yard, another is to go to the front, and the third one is to go into their house. The floor is a thick layer of cement

  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Short Story

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    The soft, red velvet cushion of the seats in Orvis Auditorium met my body as I sank into the comfortable chair. My body did not move an inch as I waited for the judges to call my contestant number. Oh my gosh. I hope I don't embarrass myself on the stage. I hope I don't forget the notes. I hope I don't mess up. Oh gosh oh gosh oh gosh. The thoughts of negativity raced through my head. I felt as if my heart would leap out of my mouth. A man with an expensive looking coat, slacks, and sparkling