Memorable Moment Of My Life

1613 WordsJun 21, 20177 Pages
What is the utmost memorable moment of your life? It is difficult for people to answer this question. Whether they are working, attending school, paying bills, or taking care of a household, no one takes time to reflect on the greatest moments of their life anymore. People are too busy counting the amount of breaths they take, rather than counting the moments that take their breath away. On (Date of game), I was left speechless, in awe of the perfect day; a day which I will never forget! A day where absolutely nothing could divert my happiness. Life quickly went from standard, to amazing, to unbelievable, in a way to which I still cannot comprehend. No amount of words will ever come close to being able to express the purest…show more content…
If not, I would not have been able to look myself in the mirror without receiving the feeling of shame that no one man should carry on his own. Kickoff quickly approached, and as soon as it started it ended. We had not only won, we dominated the game. Individually, I had delivered on my promise to myself, to carry the team to victory. I had scored five touchdowns, three on offense, one on defense, and one returning a kick. It was over, once again I could call myself… a champion. When I saw the scoreboard at the end of the game, a giant weight was taken off of my shoulders. As if I had been set free from the bondage of pressure, and failure. Here I was, at this moment, thinking life couldn’t possibly get any better. I couldn’t have been any further from the truth. I had no idea what was to come in the next few hours. I had no idea of the blessing that was to come. To this day I remember arriving home a champion, and stepping through that front door, just to be brought back down to earth. “I’ve got a surprise for you.” Those are the vague words my mother had told me. I didn’t know what to expect. More than likely it was some sort of gift for winning the championship game. I was sure of it. However, my judgment was sadly mistaken. My mother had just told me to clean my room. Clean my room! After conquering my fear of pressure, and experiencing one of the greatest moments a kid could feel, I’m
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