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My Child Hood Essay

  • Submitted by: tete18
  • on February 28, 2012
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 502 words

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Memorable Events in My Life
All of us are blessed with happy moments spent with family and friends that will forever be embedded in our memories.   The successes that you experience create who you are, give you confidence and make you feel loved.   Sometimes things happen to you that may seem horrible, painful and unfair, but in reflection you realize that without overcoming those obstacles you would have never realized your potential, strength, willpower or heart.   Illness, injury, love, lost moments of greatness, and sheer stupidity all occur to test the limits of your soul.   These three times in my life will always be remembered.
The trip to worlds of,my first time to worlds of fun I do believe i was 7 years old. My father had a girl friend named Teri i never liked her anyway,but after oour little trip to worlds of fun I did. She had convensed my dad to let me go on the momba and almost convinsed him to let my go bungy jumping i think. (He probably woulldnt have let me do that no matter how convinsing she was.) The trip was a one day trip. We left at 7am and arrived back home at around 11pm. I was completely exhausted.
Another memory, I was walking briskly across the concourse, I fished some change from my pocket. There was usually someone at the exit selling The Big Issue (a magazine that helps homeless folk earn a living).As the crowd parted ways at the bottom of the concourse, I saw someone selling the Big Issue. You had to be homeless to sell the Big Issue. She really looked like she’d been sleeping rough. Her clothes were ragged and she obviously hadn’t had a scrub up for quite a while. As I approached the exit, I saw that she was also rocking from side to side. At first I thought maybe she was trying to keep warm against the biting wind. But she wasn’t, she was moving in time to a tune. I couldn’t hear her, but I could see her lips moving. As I got closer, I saw a white cane hanging from her elbow and noticed that she had sunken eyes. She was blind,...

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