My Experience At A Pizza Restaurant

1027 WordsJun 24, 20155 Pages
Have you ever had an utterly insignificant moment change your life? A moment that if it had not had an unforeseen consequences you would have completely forgotten it? These moments are the things that most of our lives are made up of. Some are small like, what would have happened if you decided eat at a pizza restaurant instead of a Mexican restaurant. Some are big like, taking a right turn when you needed to go left, making you late for work, and your boss upset with you. It’s these little moments where we made decisions or accidents that make our lives the way they are. There in one moment in my life that had it not caused quite a difference in my present and future I would have forgotten about it. I would have probably never thought…show more content…
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