A Memorable Childhood Experience
It was a normal Saturday morning everything was going swell until, I awoke up from my slumber only to be left alone at home with my brother. In that short moment where my brother and I were left alone at home to survive I started to panic and overthink the worst-case scenario might happen. That our parents left us to fend for ourselves and we had to endure the up-coming obstacles that would soon arrive. In this experience, I learned not to overthink but to also be patient in and not make hasty decisions.
It was a regular Saturday morning I was asleep in my bed and I remember what the dream I was having. I was dreaming that I was falling off a fifty-story building and when I immediately fell in my dream my body suddenly reacted that it happened for real. This made my body jump up and in the process, I hit my head on the floor. The drop was so strong I thought I felt a concussion and when I opened my eyes everything was blurry and unbalanced.
My younger brother was asleep next to me, and when I fell I woke him up in the process.
“what happened are you okay?” my younger brother asked in a weak voice.
I tried to reply in the …show more content…
We had asked why the door was left open and my parents said they were in a hurry for an appointment and forgot to close the door on their way. The first thing my parents noticed was that the entire house was a mess and they looked back at us for an explanation. I explained that when they were gone I had panicked and thought you left us to go live another life. So, I decided that we should gather all the food and start rationing our food supply. My parents were not in a good mode and they started yelling at me for making very poor decision in this situation. Not only did I learn not to overthink everything the hard way, but I also gained some valuable insight to be patient in any