Learn to Row personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Vincent
 
Day 1
 
I remember my first day of rowing very clearly, it was in July 2020. I was 11 at the time, and covid sucked. I just arrived at rowing. I recognized the place from driving past the place like a million times, the boathouse had blue paint, with a green sign...
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An Airplane to China personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Michelle
 
I was about to go on an airplane to China. I was excited to go to China again since it was a great place with tall buildings and everything, but first, I had to survive the airplane. I sat at the airport, fearing the ride. While waiting, I played Terraria, trying to have...
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The Storm personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
by Sophia
 
As I looked down at my blank worksheet, waiting to be filled, I heard thundering clouds and stormy skies. “Pitter-patter, drip-drop”, said the rain. It was raining cats and dogs outside, and everyone knew that we would have a LOT of rain coming in. As I finished...
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A Dancing Tragedy personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Ashley
 
On a Wednesday evening, during dance summer camp, the teachers were assigned to take pictures of the students doing techniques. We took the stools from the storage room and placed them on the floor.
 
We got into our positions until I went into a backbend and...
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The Winter Recital personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Hannah
 
Our piano studio has two recitals every year. One is in the summer, in June, and one is in the winter, in December. The June recital is at a place in Westminster Choir College, called Bristol Chapel. That place is huge, with over 150 seats, and a balcony with around 20...
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A Science Olympiad Surprise personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Robert
 
Finally, fourth grade! I could register for the Science Olympiad. But, this year too many students wanted to participate, so the teacher announced there would be a lottery picker on Friday to see who would go into the Science Olympiad. I was so happy that I was drawn into...
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A Mile Goes A Long Way personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Young
 
My heart was racing. My legs were rubber in its finest form. My mind was spinning in constant circles. I monstrously sped up for the last few hundred meters. It was the moment I’d been waiting for for ages. It had only got to me that I was alive when I passed the white...
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Black Out personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Grace
 
It was a rainy morning. I could hear the pouring rain go tap, tap, tap, on my driveway. My teacher’s voice was going in one ear and out the other, I was pretty distracted by the rain. Someone in my breakout room glitched out. The lights started to flicker a bit....
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My Encounter With the Pool personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Logan
 
In the car, I tried to settle myself down as my mom kept saying, “Swimming is good for you.” As she parked the car in the pool’s parking lot, I had butterflies in my stomach.
As I walked in, my footsteps were loud as they echoed around the place. I was...
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Family & Canada personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Chris
 
On this breathtaking trip to Canada, we went to many fun places I have never been to before. There were many yummy, colorful, and tiring things. Not only did I have a good time, but I also learned that patience and appreciation are key things.
 
Just a few months...
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0.3 Seconds personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Jeddy
 
The floor was cold and smooth, the air was warm and wet, it smelled of chlorine. Everyone was so noisy, yet I felt as if it was quiet. I was in my own dimension. I was in my tight orange arena swimming suit, which had indented red marks on my leg.The pool deck was cold and...
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Fire Coral personal narratives Dec 08, 2020
By Michelle
 
On the day I went snorkeling, I remember the sun was high in the sky, making you sweat before you even got outside. I squinted against the light as I climbed out of the speedboat. I had never gone snorkeling before, and I was jumping up and down in my head, ready to see...
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