My story was about one of the best moments in my life, winning the Truman Bowl with my best friends. It was a great day and our team worked hard to get as good as we did. Football had taught me how to go hard and never give up in life, and I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything.
It's important we do things right, and do it right the first time. In the following memoir, “Looking Glass Arch,” Quincy tells about one the most exhilarating experiences of his life, while on thanksgiving break in Moab, Utah, an experience involving fear excitement and beauty. In the end he realizes the importance of being sure things are done correctly.
My story was back in the sixth grade when I got hit in the head with a baseball. I was playing in one of the biggest tournaments there is. The MO-KAN state tournament. I had been waiting to play in it all year because it was the tournament that was going to send my team to the national tournament. My hopes of playing in this tournament quickly changed when I was hit in the head with a baseball.
Throughout your lifetime it is important to pursue what your heart desires and not your mind. In the following memoir, “Dance: My Passion,” Alyzza reveals her experience about dance, the experience that led to passion, memory, and dedication. In the long run, she finds devotion in what she has spent doing all her life; that is dance.