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  • Personal Narrative

    PERSONAL NARRATIVE 1 When taking a look at how my life has changed over the past five years I can truly and honestly say that I would never have expected the things that have happened. Back in June 2007 I was separated from my husband and moved into my own apartment. I was in the United States Navy for six and a half years at that time. My divorce was finalized in January 2008 and I deployed to Afghanistan in March 2008, for eight months. After coming home from a long deployment, I

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    Apple L. English 101 9:00 am. - 10:15 a.m. Narrative September 12, 2012 “Chiqui” Right now, as I’m sitting in front of my computer, I glanced at a familiar face seemingly staring back at me. It’s a photo of my beloved pet dog, Chiqui, and memories of the past just came rushing to my mind. I remember a year ago, when my Mom and Dad came to visit me. I was so excited to finally see them since I moved from New York. On that day, before I pick up my parents from

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  • Narratives

    Narratives What are narratives? These are stories of past events with a moral told to give some positive direction of the reader. All narratives are made up of three basic components. These three basic parts of a narrative are the characters, the plot, and the plot resolution (Granted that most narratives are addressing a conflict or tension of some sort). In Bible narratives God is always the overall focus and hero of these stories. He is the protagonist, Satin is the antagonist, and God’s people

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    Personal Narrative If someone was to ask me whom im more like my mother or my father? I would immediately say my mother. Im constantly told im a”mini Chrissy” and when I was much younger I would cringe at hearing that, but now I understand why were really exactly the same. From our voices to the shape of our noses I am clearly my mothers daughter. And don’t even get me started on our personalities it’s like having a clone or looking in the mirror, scary to think how similar we are. But that

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    away. I put my game plan in motion and I was ready for a rematch. The first issue I had to tackle was the distance. If she was to really take me seriously, I had to be willing to make the ten hour road trip from Houston, Texas to Miami, Oklahoma. I thought to myself, “I am Army strong, I can handle that”. However, I still had to get her to agree to let me visit, so I decided to woo her. I checked on her every day. She worked the graveyard shift and we talk on the phone for hours on end. A couple of

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  • Narrative

    Narrative Essay When I found my wife was pregnant with our first child, I didn’t know if I was more excited than I was nervous. We had not planned on our first child so soon but mistakes can happen. Listening to the babies heart beat every month and finding out that we were expecting our first girl made me that more nervous. My mind raced with many thoughts, was I going to be a good father? How do I change a diaper? What happens if I can’t get the handle on raising a child? I will never forget

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  • Narrative

    UNION COLLEGE Sta. Cruz, Laguna A NARRATIVE REPORT IN THE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING CONDUCTED IN COCA-COLA BOTTLERS PHILIPPINES INC. STA. CRUZ SALES OFFICE Sta. Cruz, Laguna In Partial Fulfillment to the Course Requirements in OFFICE PRACTICUM Submitted to: MRS. F. FORTES PROFFESOR Submitted by: KERALD SALVA Bachelor of Science in Accountancy S.Y. 2010-2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I. INTRODUCTION Importance of on-the –job training Nature of business Name and location

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  • Personal Sport Narrative Essay

    Khoa Nguyen English 1005 Assignment of Personal Sport Narrative Essay Date: 02/04/2011 The Unforgettable Tournament Last year, after summer vacation, I went to my student soccer team kind of sad. My past captain, the person whom I had really admired, had moved to another team. I did not really feel down, though, because many of my friends were playing with me this year. The greatest thing I had learned about soccer is “Team Spirit”, which I thought my team was full of. Day by day, we played

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  • My Personal Thoughts

    1 My Personal Thoughts By Jason Black BUSB 301 July 25, 2011 Have you ever read or saw something so profound and riveting, you actually thought the writer crawled into your soul and translated it into words? This poem “Collected Thoughts” by Elena Avila had such an impact on me. From the moment the poem began with “I accept my death” (Avila, 1997, p.1) instantly brought me back to the first time I felt the cold reality of possibly not returning home to my loved ones, while deployed

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  • Fsot Personal Narrative Thoughts

    spreadsheets, and dollar signs have not inspired me to action, but rather the chance to create experiences through considerate service that people can celebrate. I applied for a position as Consular to achieve a higher degree of professional and personal satisfaction, but more importantly, to serve in greater and nobler capacity. *  2) Intellectual Skills: In the Foreign Service you will confront challenging situations that require identifying the problem, collecting relevant information, and

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  • Narrative

    David Pabon Ms. Shapoff English 101 K13C Narrative Essay Draft “Just be careful, you’re lucky to be alive, the doctors will be with you shortly” the paramedic told me as he walked out my Emergency Room. My close friend Justin had just sold his car, and was in the market for a new one. He asked if I could give him a ride to Woodbridge VA to look at a possibility. A Dodge Charger SRT-8, the sister car to my Chrysler 300 SRT-8. I thought it was a good option so I agreed. He said we could be

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  • Personal Narrative

    their program. As soon as the information soaked in, my heart sunk. I felt as if someone had just thrown a rock and aimed it right at the pit of my stomach. I felt my stomach muscles tighten and turn with the thought of having to move away from my friends and having to make new ones. Thoughts of not being educated enough and other attendees poking fun at me. I tried to convince my mom not to move schools, but she would not budge. She stated that the program would help my future out a ton and friends

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    no progress,” this quote by Frederick Douglass embraces the concept that behind every accomplishment, there are challenging tasks. As I thought about moving to America, my mother hugged me to welcome this new idea and to lighten up. Not only was moving to The United States unheard of in Chiang Rai, Thailand, but also it was financially impossible to do so. I thought more of the challenges I will face in America, from making new friends to adjusting to my new surroundings. Unexpectedly, I realize that

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    My grandparents, who I call my Meme and Popop, were together since middle school but have known each other since they were three. They both grew up in a small town called Maybrook in the Hudson Valley. My Meme can literally brighten up any room she walks in with a smile. She is a 5’1, feisty little Italian women who can cook better than anyone I know. She grew up with five sisters, so all she ever preached to my sister and me was “how important family is”, words I will never forget. My Popop

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    iPhone and decided I would do so while taking a bath to try to make myself comfortable. As a contraction started and stopped I would simply hit a button and it would keep a running table of how long and how far apart each one was. Contractions that I thought were only 20-30 seconds long every 5 minutes or so were really 45-50 seconds every 3 minutes. The first thing I truly learned during this whole process is that I am a very bad judge of time. About an hour and a half later, and 5 refills of the bath

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  • Narrative

    SOC-102 Narrative Outline for Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach Chapter 3 - Socialization Part 1: Identify the chapter for this narrative outline and complete a brief overview (summary) of it. Part 2: Divide the chapter into three sections by content as it is organized in the book and write a summary of each. Section 1 – <Insert the topic headings from the chapter you feel Section 1 should consist of> Write a summary of the content from the book covered in this section:

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    was the most positive impact. I, on the other hand, would say that it was my daughter. Two years into my military career I realized what it meant to be responsible of another human's life. When I was going through my pre-military years, I never thought I would ever want a family. I joined the military in early 2010 and I went to Ft Bragg, NC. After a year being stationed there, I met my wife. We got married, bought a house, and lived rather comfortably for a young couple. My wife had always talked

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    and loved the plot so much that I decided to rewrite it again. But gave up halfway through the writing process. Since then I kind of gave up on writing and stuck to reading. The main reason on which I gave up on writing was because none of my thoughts would come out the way I intended them to be, even if I were to fix the sentence it would only sound even worse than before with no relation to the topic. My sentences were often unorganized and open-ended. The essays I wrote would sound decent in

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  • Personal Narrative

    Qua'Nise Platt September 11, 2013 English III, 1B Rough Draft Ever know what it feels like to be so close to something, to work so hard and then lose it? Like losing the Super Bowl or the World Cup? That's every emotion I felt when my team found out we couldn't compete for cheerleading last year. Already underestimated as a sport, this makes everyone want to work that much harder. In the end, we got the rug swept from under our feet. May is more than just the “almost end of the school

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  • Narrative

    Narrative A narrative is a sequence of events that a narrator tells in story form. A narrator is a storyteller of any kind, whether the authorial voice in a novel or a friend telling you about last night’s party. Point of View The point of view is the perspective that a narrative takes toward the events it describes. First-person narration: A narrative in which the narrator tells the story from his/her own point of view and refers to him/herself as “I.” The narrator may be an active participant

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  • Thoughts

    A thought, as defined by the oxford dictionary is “An idea or opinion produced by thinking, or occurring suddenly in the mind. It is common to hear a person say that, “I had a thought about X the other day.” Thoughts are usually short lived, discrete events. Everyone experiences thoughts and have no problem identifying them. Thought can refer to the ideas or the arrangement of ideas that result from thinking, the act of producing thoughts

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    2014 Have you ever been told by a parent that you had to move across country? What was your reaction? Did it scare you more than any other situation in your life? I was cornered by such a move, at the time and I thought I’d never escaped. I didn’t want to start over. The thought of moving far away from my friends and family, leaving my school, my favorite teachers and all the great memories, I had can be tough. The day began like any other ordinary busy school day in New York City. The endless

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  • Personal Narrative

    A Break From Society It was an early October morning; the sun was still hiding behind hills and clouds of darkness. All seven of us woke with excitement and cheers. Everyone sprang from their beds and chaotically packed the car with luggage and snacks. The minivan could hold a family of seven, but it was not easy packing our belongings along with the seven members in the car. These members included my two sisters, two brothers, my parents, and I.  As soon as everyone was stuffed into the van, we began our journey to the

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  • Narrative I

    Final Reflection This life narrative reflection was an interesting assignment that help me define what my values and beliefs measure in my life. What proved to be easy was the “free week” because most individuals (such as myself) have an vacation spot imagined and planned just in case the opportunity present itself. The most difficult, was to see myself as a counselor that cannot affiliate my faith with my duties as a counselor. What I am most passionate about I cannot share with others. A value

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    Personal Narrative PSY/230 December 1, 2013 Stephanie Munro Personal Narrative The past five years have been a whirlwind of evolution and growth for me. I went from being in a four year relationship to single, then a year and a half later back into a relationship with the man I am going to marry in less than a year. I also went from having a great friendship with someone to finding out I was being used by her. All of the events that occurred in the past five years have brought me to where

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    Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas City College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management Narrative Report on Asian Cuisine Crown Regency Resort and Convention Center Ambulong, Barangay Manoc Manoc,Malay,Aklan,Boracay Island May 22 – June 6 2014 In Partial fulfillment of the requirement for the course CLOCA 10C For the degree in Bachelor of Science in Cruise Line Operation in Culinary Arts Submitted by: Mathew C. Ilagan Submitted to: Table of Contents

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    POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Maragondon Branch Maragondon Cavite A NARRATIVE REPORT ON PRACTICUM 1 STORE PRACTICUM JACINTO E. ARAYATA JR. JUNE 09, 2014 JOLLIBEE TANZA ANTERO A. SORIANO HIGHWAY, DAANG AMAYA II TANZA, CAVITE A Narrative Report Submitted to the Faculty Of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Maragondon Branch Maragondon, Cavite In partial fulfillment of the requirements for

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  • Personal Narrative Essay

    Personal Narrative Essay Title: “For Sale” Everyone knows that phrase: “The grass is always greener on the other side”. But as a child it was a hollow statement for me. Until the day I perceived it as my philosophy of survival. This story is of my purest memories following my relentless battles. Simplistic flashbacks of virtuous kids. Full of laughter and play with nothing to be feared except for the day’s end. All before the moment where the innocence was dissolved away by the acidic misfortunes

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  • Personal Narrative Essay

    Personal Narrative Essay Title: “For Sale” Everyone knows that phrase: “The grass is always greener on the other side”. But as a child it was a hollow statement for me. Until the day I perceived it as my philosophy of survival. This story is of my purest memories following my relentless battles. Simplistic flashbacks of virtuous kids. Full of laughter and play with nothing to be feared except for the day’s end. All before the moment where the innocence was dissolved away by the acidic misfortunes

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  • Narrative

    will succeed.” ( Proverbs 16:3 ) After all the sacrifices, challenges and hardships encountered by the author of this narrative, at last fulfillment of this work came into reality through God’s help, guidance and blessings. To the unending help of many people concerned, who gave their time, continued support and guidance by contributing in the accomplishment of this narrative report, the author would like to extend his profound gratitude and sincere appreciation to the following: Instructor Joey

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  • Narrative

    Descriptive versus Narrative This essay is to compare-contrast a narrative and descriptive essay The essays I chose were, “Are the Rich Happy?” written by Stephen Leacock (1916) for the narrative essay and “Homeless” written by Anna Quindlen (n.d.) for the descriptive essay. The title of both essays is what caught my eye and the reason why I read them. Although, I enjoyed reading both essays, I felt the descriptive essay “Homeless” had more value and was the better read. Therefore, in this essay

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    Organizational Chart. . . . . . . * Facilities, Number of Rooms and type, Function Rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Evaluation Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Certificate of Completion. . . . . . . . . . . . . * Narrative Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Picture in Action. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Time Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Medical Result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Updated Resume . . .

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    PRELIMIMARIES Table of Content I. Preliminaries:  Title Page  Table of Contents  Approval Rating  Certification Sheet  Acknowledgement  Introduction II. Narrative Report of Experiences:  Work with Establishment  Work with Personnel  Work with Peers III. Concluding Statement:  Conclusion  Recommendation

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    Personal Narrative I got my first glimpse of the world outside of the United States as the plane flew across the clear, blue sky. The plane ride was an enjoyable experience for me and I grew eager with the thought of spending time with my family in St. John. Leaving the United States for the first time added to the excitement my family and I were about to endure. This trip impacted me greatly; traveling so far away from home opened my eyes to the fact that there are many different cultures and

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    As a kid, I always admired the basketball as a game. I always looked forward to seeing the crowd behind my team and wanted to grow up to be a superstar in basketball. I had not discovered the Lords intent about the situation until sometime in senior high school. God didn’t want me to play basketball and I asked him shortly after the tragedy, ¡°Lord, is it only now you tell me this?¡± I learnt how to play organized basketball at the age of twelve and from then on, I had just worked on my speed, agility

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  • Beauty in Nature Personal Narrative

    were hiding). After taking in the grandeur of the MGM, we started walking around all of the other hotels. Some of the more famous ones we visited were: Harrah’s Palace, The Mirage, The Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, Trump Towers, Ceasar’s Palace, and my personal favorite, the giant Egyptian themed Luxor (the entrance of which is a giant sphinx). Following a delicious but pricey dinner at the Grand Buffet back in the MGM, we went back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep. I had never experience excitement

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  • Literally Narrative

    WR 115 Assignment Essay One—Literacy Narrative 600-1000 Words Basic Prompt As you begin this essay writing process, reflect on your experiences and attitudes about reading and writing. Regardless of our backgrounds, our ideas of literacy often become deeply engrained as good or bad without much thought about to how these views have come to be. As a result, many of us have definitions of literacy–of reading and writing–that could benefit from a thoughtful and honest close self-examination. Choose

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  • Narrative Writing.

    Narrative Writing Part One: Narrative Components In at least 1-2 complete sentences and in your own words, define and describe each narrative component. You will find these terms listed and explained on pages 46-59 of the textbook. Thesis: The subject for a composition or essay. This is the first thing you always read in an essay or composition; it gives you the information for the whole essay. Narration: Narration is the action or process of narrating a story. The narrator is usually a

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  • Narrative

    one time I dated the football player Derek Tucker. (Worst decision ever). Sometimes when we felt really rebellious we would teepee someone’s house we either thought was super cute at the time or if we didn’t like the person. We would always teepee my high school sweetheart Sam’s house and his mom would get so angry because she always thought it was his friends doing the dirty work instead of my friends and I. Those nights spent with my friends, how careless and free we were, knowing that our whole

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    A soldier may face instances where one may be dealing with an amputated limb, burns, bullet wounds, or all three. These are common occurrences to soldiers and people who reside in war-torn areas. As dangerous and debilitating these physical injuries may be, they are not the only type of damage that war can cause to people. The pain and suffering that soldiers experience from the psychological scarring that they receive from the horrors of combat is just as or in some cases, more harmful than the

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  • Personal Narrative Identity Thailand Monk

    process went on for 9 days, which at the beginning seemed virtually impossible to complete, but towards the end my mind began to slow down and settle. When I was finished I began to experience a feeling of serenity and mental clarity that I had not thought possible. In conclusion, after my unique life experiences in Thailand, it broadened my perception of a different race and location. My moment of eating bugs showed the differences in American culture compared Thai culture, that some foods are more

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  • Narrative

    #Narrative Paragraph Drafts Step #1: Prewriting Directions: Be sure to complete all of the elements below. If you fail to do so, your content for this assignment will be incorrect. Topic: Memorable Vacation Attitude or Point: enjoyment Audience: Vactioning families Purpose: inform/entertain Topic Sentence: one of the most memorable vacation I ever had was my trip to Egypt. Paragraph Plan: vacation, culture, My family, historical sites, Step #2: Narrative Paragraph

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  • Narrative Report

    Cabanatuan City NARRATIVE REPORT A partial fullfilment of the requirements in Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration Prepared by: Ms.Christine L. Dela Cruz CA-7B1 Prepared to: LCB Jayson G. Juan Adviser ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to express my deepest gratitude and sincerest appreciation to the following; LCB Jayson G. Juan,our adviser and motivator,for his untiring support,guidance throughout the on the job training,enabling me to complete this narrative report. MIDWAY

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  • Thoughts

    Jeremy Cleary 10/14/15 Identifying Your Personal Strengths According to the self-assessment questionnaire titled, “What’s My Jungian 16 Type Personality?” my personality type is kind of close to how I may carry myself in many ways. I am classified as an INTJ. Which are Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, and Judging. The first one is an Introvert. An Introvert is a shy person. I think I am a shy person sometimes until I consider myself “warming up” to someone or a

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  • Narrative

    Alexcia Harrington February 16th, 2016 ENC1101 Essay #1- Literacy Narrative "Education is the key" that’s all I heard for about thirteen years of my life. Being raised in a family where it was believed that an education came before anything was very difficult understand as a child. "I can't, should NEVER be in your vocabulary" was said religiously until finally I understood and even after that. I am grateful that all of this led me to a seat in a college classroom where some of my family and

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  • Structure of Personal Narrative

    CLRC Writing Center Structure of a Personal Narrative Essay “Narrative” is a term more commonly known as “story.” Narratives written for college or personal narratives, tell a story, usually to some point, to illustrate some truth or insight. Following are some tools to help you structure your personal narrative, breaking it down into parts. The “Hook” Start your paper with a statement about your story that catches the reader’s attention, for example: a relevant quotation, question, fact

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  • Personal Narrative Essay

    love to do is play basketball. I am the oldest of 3 brothers and two sisters. The one thing I like about writing is being able to express myself in my own words. One weakness as a writer for me has to be being able to put all of my ideas and thoughts together the way I want it to be, also using correct terms in my papers. A strength in my writing I would say is being able to develop a good flow of interest within any topic given to me. I hope to improve more as a writer and also retain everything

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  • Personal Narrative

    school year round. One winter day as I was helping my father with chopping the fire wood, the one thing my parents always feared… happened. I slipped on ice and fell all the way down to the ground, breaking my femur in half. “Here we go again”, I thought to myself while waiting for the paramedics to arrive. I started to feel like I would never be normal like the others. No matter how careful I was, my legs just weren’t having it. I began to feel down and out. All my life I had to listen to the words

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    Kayleen Tabil Professor Berney English 101 1/17/2012 I stare at the enormous chunk of clay lying before me and picture the beautiful art piece waiting to be born. The emanating earthy aroma wafts through my nostrils and I instantly feel at home. No matter the ongoing distractions surrounding me, I’m immediately enveloped in a world where it’s just me and the clay. As the hindering weight of the stress lying on my shoulders starts to melt away, a sense of peacefulness overtakes me and

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    Laura Munger PSY/230 4/22/2012 Instructor Koenig Personal Narrative Personal Narrative 1 I think the younger you are, the more dramatically different you are from each year to the next. Infancy through young adulthood holds so many milestones and life-changing events. Those are the years when you can really tell how a person has changed since the year before. I think the difference between age 1 and 2, 12 and 13, 19 and

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