Essay on Event: High School and Numerous Memorable Events

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My Most Memorable Event

Throughout my life I have had numerous memorable events. The memorable times in my life vary from being the best in my life and some being the worse. Either way these memories have become milestones that I will remember forever, which is the day of my graduation. This day is the most memorable because the enjoyment I had when I received my high school diploma. I can remember this day like it was yesterday. My uncle came into my room at seven o’clock in the morning telling me, “rise and shine it was time to get up”. I opened my eyes and started to stretch, wishing it was just a dream, but of course it wasn’t! I was extremely tired from staying up late the night before because I was so anxious for the big day.
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As everyone was taking their seats getting ready. I felt like I was sitting on pins and needles, I was so nervous. Once and for all it was time they called out my name I started walking up those stairs and it felt like the whole entire world was behind me, all I could see was a beautiful future ahead. I finally accomplished twelve years of hard work and dedication this was a new step to take on bigger and better things in my life. I felt as I could do anything. I had new responsibilities like most adults and I came to realization that I had lived through one of most important events of growing up. This opened up many possibilities for me like going to college, moving out on my own, and paying bills. I’ve never felt so proud of myself and the person I’ve become. Honestly one of the main reasons why this is one of my most memorable events is because neither of my Smith 3 parents graduated high school and my whole family thought I was going to end up just like them. So this was a personal goal I wanted to prove to myself and everyone else that I could graduate and actually be someone. This experience has made me become a better person. It’s made me more mature and that no matter what give hundred and ten percent and never give up. I knew from that moment on that I would remember that day and this amazing memory for a lifetime and no matter what this memorable event will impact me in so many ways for the rest of my
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