Personal Narrative Essay

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  • Personal Narrative: Personal Essay

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    The panic. The anxiety. The feeling that my heart had skipped a couple beats and I didn’t know what to do. I don’t remember the last time I felt so nervous or anxious about anything, but this experience surely would have won “Most Embarrassing” by a landslide. This is how I felt almost every single time I did something that could be considered even slightly awkward or embarrassing. As someone who worries about everything about twenty-four hours each day (hyperbole), it’s actually not a surprise

  • Personal Narrative: A Personal Essay

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    accent. I looked down at my single sentence with relief. That was the beginning of my understanding that everyone’s perception of something, may it be an inanimate object or experience is unique. The end of class he assigned us to write an essay about a personal experience, to be due the following week. He also asked us to bring copies to distribute to all the class. The days prior to the due date, I recalled many experiences, but when I attempted to write them down on paper, I was not able to

  • Personal Narrative: Personal Essay

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    “Bye, Ray.” Realizing she held her breath, she exhaled. Now, what? She could log in and check for any new work orders. That would occupy her time for a little while. She walked into the study and logged into the company site. There were three work orders in the queue. These would take up the rest of the afternoon. Firmly fixed on her task the day passed quickly and the evening sun was vanishing. Logging out, she went into the kitchen and poured a bowl of cereal for dinner not feeling up to cooking

  • Personal Narrative Essay On A Personal Experience

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    English class. I was so proud that I was able to take such a class my sophomore year. My assignment was to write an essay about a personal narrative. My teacher allowed us to pick our own topic of choice. That, I thought, was going to be great. I have always felt writing about something or some personal experience is so much easier; than an assigned topic. The words come freely. The essay is more vivid and detailed. Again, little did I know how this was going to turn out? After class, I gave it a good

  • Personal Narrative: Personal Essay

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    We had strolled along for 150 yards before a car turned into the road. We panicked and ran to the other side of the road to hide behind the cars. Sometimes, it seems, when you are surprised, your instincts take over and you hide, even when you otherwise might have stood there and let them see. We crouched behind a car, me in front of Natasha, both of us facing toward the sound of the approaching car. I was crouched down so my ass was resting on my heels, my knees spread and my hands on the sidewalk

  • A Personal Narrative Essay

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    As I sat in school waiting for the dismissal bell to ring all I could think about was how much of a hassle it was going to be to arrive home on crutches. Two weeks prior to this day I had injured my ankle and was not able to finish off the tennis season along with hanging out with friends as much as I used to. As I walked outside to, aboard onto the bus it was feeling surprisingly comfortable outside. The sky was nice and blue with a few white puffy clouds. As I was just about to aboard, the bus

  • Personal Narrative Essay

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    Moving from a highly diverse community to a less diverse community has to be the weirdest yet interesting culture shock I ever had to deal with. As a young child, I did not know about the outside world. I thought everyone rides the bus or the metro, graffiti on the wall is normal and traffic wouldn’t matter as much since everything I needed was within walking distance sometimes. There were shocking things I learned once I moved to Nebraska. My role as a kid in California was pretty simple. But I

  • Personal Narrative Essay

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    even though that sounded good. It would only hurt herself. He went on to explain that this is what politicians do everyday. They are asked questions on important issues and are expected to give honest feedback that appeals to the people or their personal political views. It 's not about being right or wrong it 's about being honest and hoping the public can genuinely trust you as a leader. He then went on to lecture us while answering questions occasionally. Before we could finish class discussion

  • Personal Narrative Essay

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    From the onset of my life, I was never the type of kid to be pinned as the brightest or the most hardworking. This made learning the hardest task for me. As a child, I hated school so much that the thought of going there, seeing teachers that hated me because I was so stoned headed that nothing they taught could penetrate made me sick. The subject I hated the most was English because it included reading and writing. Unlike math which I preferred and was semi-good at, English required me to learn

  • Personal Narrative Essay

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    To the Girl In the Shadow of Another Confident is something everyone tells us to be, some even say it is the key to success. On the contrary, I have always felt like confidence was something that was situational, one could be shining with confidence during a test but shaking with anxiety in social situations. In the first ten years of my life I was just like any other kid; I was absolutely positive that I was pretty much the best at everything in the world, and could achieve anything i wanted