Essay On The Road Taken And Not Taken

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The Road Taken and Not Taken Response I had to choose between playing a full-time summer sport or going on family vacations in the summer. Sports enriched my life in many ways such as creating more memories with my friends, allowing my pitching to improve, and gaining valuable team experience. Family vacations also could have changed my life as it allows for more family time, memories, and adventures. In the end, I chose to play a summer sport because it increased my games per year, practices per year, and a significant increase in game experience. I am happy with my decision because it gave me lifelong experiences.
I chose to play a full-time summer sport instead of going on family vacations in the summer. I played on the Glen Ellyn
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By working with girls with varying levels of athleticism and knowledge, I was taught how to be a team player who builds off everyone’s skills. I also learned how to continue fighting even when you are losing the battle. I learned many lessons from games. I think the most important lesson I learned is you should never give up. Never giving up is important in sports as you can always come back and win. In light of all my reasons I chose to play a full-time summer sport, travel softball, instead of going on family vacations.
The road I chose to not take was to go on family vacations in the summer. Had I gone on family vacations I would have experienced more family time, created more memories, and had the adventures of a lifetime with my family. Being able to experience more family time would allow me to make more lasting memories with my grandparents. I could have made family memories with my relatives which could last me lifetimes. The family adventures could have been memorable and possibly sparked a new career interest.
My life could be very different had I made this choice. Possible changes could have been having more family time, more family memories, and more family adventures. Having more family time could be being able to meet up every Sunday afternoon to eat dinner. Weekends are traditionally monopolized by tournaments, round robins, and practices. Or family time could be being able to go to the park or the pool with your cousins and your

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