We hope your year has been filled with special opportunities to share joy and celebrate life, because in the blink of an eye everything can change. Don’t wait to live! From the tragedies on national news to the heart aches of friends that hit closer to home, we are reminded about how precious our days and moments are. Those moments that fill our memory bank with joy. So take the trip, spend time with your loved ones, laugh a little more and make the rest of your life the best of your life!
The best thing about memories is making them, right!? We collected plenty this year from the simple joy of camping with family and friends to a mother-son fishing trip where Kody may have caught the biggest fish, but spending time with him was my bonus! We also love spending time with the Harvey family who invited me to my first official concert as an adult (I know, hard to believe) Wahoo Dirks, Swindell and Pardy! The Harvey’s were also party guides for Becca and I’s first but super awesome Chiefs Kingdome experience. Becca and her friends have enjoyed several concerts since then and my sister Kristie and I lived it up at Country Stampede. Checking one off her wish list while adding to our priceless sister memories.
Hopefully you are seeing the pattern here… chase the opportunity to fill your days with happiness and meaning. Sometimes that means calling a friend to hear their voice or driving to Grand Lake Colorado to give them a hug and toasting to the best of friends at happy
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My last day at Killeen High School was the worst day of my life. I waved all my friends goodbye as I got on the bus and left to go home. Three months later, my parents and I went to my new school. The first thing I noticed was that we were not at CTC; instead, we were at Smith Middle School. I was initially mad at the school for doing this, but I quickly got over it. After a week, I was okay with the school routine but as time went on, the process got worse and the school was giving me a very hard time. It took me only a semester to realize that Early College High School is the worst school I have ever been in.
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I’m here to tell you about the time when I had a huge life changing event happen to me. It was probably the worst day of my life. I will always remember the day everything changed. The day I will never forget, March 27, 2017.
October 27, 2008 was the start of the best day of her life as she would soon find out. Her younger sister named Shawneequa, 14 months, her younger brother named Vern, three years old, and of course Marion, only 5 years old. T’was the night when her mother and father were consuming lots of alcohol with friends who even, she did not recognize and she knows her parents have a lot of friends. They were in a disagreement and murmuring about each other, about who is doing what and what was happening. There were lots screeching and chaos going on that was coming from our house. Her mom's aunt, who was a neighbor at the time, was getting very apprehensive and decided to call the police to come over and see what was happening. Then, all of a sudden, she could hear the sirens get louder and louder as she saw them pulling up in the driveway. The blue and red lights were submerging through the curtains and reflecting off the mirror. Marion and her brother were getting scared so we shut the curtains and her mother attempted to turn off all of the lights. After asking her mom’s aunt, her mother, and Marion a few questions and then shortly after apprehending her dad, the police told all the children to get outside and stay in this one little spot on the cement by their driveway.
Music, hats, and cowboy boots, all these things made me feel that it was the best day of my life. Melody and I went to a music festival in the heart of Las Vegas, because our parents were out of the town on the trip to Europe. Everything changed when I heard the first gunshot and the crowd screamed in terror, so I grabbed Melody’s hand and we started to run. Suddenly, I felt Melody’s palm slipping away and she fell to the ground. She gasped for air as a spot of blood started to form on her chest. I fell to my knees and screamed for help. When I looked around, I saw people running away trying to safe their own lives, so I closed my eyes and started to pray. The sound of approaching sirens startled me and as I opened my eyes, I saw several men picking my sister up to place her in an ambulance. As if instinctively, I grabbed onto the stretches and followed them, despite their protests. As we drove to the hospital, I stared at the monitor showing Melody’s pulse. Knowing that her heart was still beating gave me peace and made me feel not alone.
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I always had a positive outlook on everything when I was younger. In fact, up until this year, I could still find the good in every negative situation. When I became depressed, though, everything changed dramatically. I cant explain how confused I was. Nothing had happened to make me feel the way I did; it really just came out of nowhere. Being a person who looks to logic for explanation, I was not only depressed and confused, but irritated. I kept thinking, "This is not normal. Humans are not supposed to feel like this". I had always had the power to change my attitude about almost anything. If I wanted to like something, I would; if I wanted to have a good day at work, I would. But for the first time in my life, I was totally helpless. My power of mind had failed me. I was totally screwed. Suddenly, nothing was good or fun, or even worth doing. My favorite things seemed boring, and everything else seemed pointless. For some reason, every song that I would hear would be sad to me...and not just kind of depressing, but completely tragic. Every television show or movie seemed terrifying to me. My stomach would be filled with adrenaline constantly for fear of what someone might say (knowing it would be the saddest thing I 'd ever heard). Everything was so black, so endless, and so impossible. I had become something I never wanted to be. I felt so distant from myself and everyone else. I wasn 't me anymore, and I think that made me even more scared. Soon, my dreams became
I never knew that the very fateful day, September 4, 2065, would be my last average day, with an average life, normal friends (not really), and a normal family. This day was one that no one would ever forget. The day that the world drastically changed and everyone knew that nothing would ever be the same.
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I have always had this special porcupine necktie that my uncle Pete gave me which reminded him of all of the fun times we had together before I left for Arizona. I was living in a small town when the day of my life, finally came.
The best day of my life became the worst in a split instant. November 11, 2016; remember the day in and day out. It started from an early morning of excitement because it was the first round of football playoffs , and our team had a very good season and were ready to make it far into playoffs. I was involved in student council and I attended every game. Taping gigantic posters and cheering the boys on from the sidelines was what I loved most. I got to school in the early morning to help ensure everything was ready for the playoff game. As I went to class to class I realized finally I made it to the end of the day.
The first time I went to states was in 9 years old in 2013 I went two and two and out, but was the greatest day of my life it was awesome. First it’s the day of the weigh-ins and i 'm going for 55 pounds and it is you do and wrestle or you don 't and you go home. I have been cutting weight to make it all week and me and my dad are in line, first the check you in and you get a ticket then you go. Soon before I know it i 'm up and it is cold and i’m in shorts and i 'm freezing and of course so hungry but then I step on the scale and I make it 53.2. After I get into something warmer, thank goodness and we go and they give your stuff to get in tomorrow and then we go to my favorite place Steak and Shake. Then we go to get a hotel room and they