The first essay I wrote in this class was primarily about how awesome I am. At first I thought I would never be able to get done due to the broad topic that it was. I was asking myself, how could a person like me write about how awesome they are? The topic grew on me as the second work day came around, I had completed two pages of my essay and was on quite a role. This was the only we wrote that was not academically argumentative, which helped my chances of doing well. The reason for this is because when I can pour my heart and mind into something with little adjustment, I tend to be a more fluent writer. I eventually finished and turned it in, I did not think i would get a grade that I would like. Nevertheless, I received an A and not a one-hundred percent A. I returned the essay after making a couple structural corrections, granting me a one-hundred percent. I was relie...
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...and their peers. I think that’s redundant, I believe if you’re yourself then you are your own kind of awesome. If you can be yourself and be proud of it, you are awesome. If you lose friends because of it, they weren 't your true friends. If you obtain friends be sure to keep them. They are most likely true ones. All of my friends are awesome because they 're friends with the one and only me.
I am awesome for so many reasons. I am genuinely proud of my awesomeness. I’m also proud of this awesome paper, which was typed up in an awesome manner by an awesome person. The legend of my awesomeness will live on forever in the hearts and minds of all who have had the privilege to come to know the awesome me. I plan to spread my awesomeness to the world and show my awesome colors. I’m not sure if it’s a good idea or not, but I’ll do it anyhow because I 'm too awesome not to.
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