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    My childhood, for the most part, consisted of intrepid adventures and endless hours of fun spent exploring and making huts in behind the family house. These were the times that I shall never forget for they will be forever ingrained in me for eternity. As a child, the world felt small and insignificant, all I knew was that I was living it up like another child on the block, free to do whatever we wanted, free from the pressures of society. These were the innocent days. The fondest memories of my

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    When I go back in time, the images that make the fondest memories of my childhood are primarily the ones related to computers. While I was growing up, I spent a good amount of time learning new things about computers through whatever source I could. What started as a leisure pursuit soon turned into passion, and when the time came to choose my subject for pre-university, computer was my first choice. I studied technology and hardware workshop, computer networks, information bank, operating system

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    The first counseling session was an introductory time for me and Counselor, Janine King to become acquainted. Janine introduced her techniques and her journey to becoming a counselor. I shared my counseling journey, my academic goals, and the areas that I wanted to focus on during the ten weeks. The session ended by creating a road map of the areas in my life that might be explored. In session two, Janine went over my MMPI results and inquired about my life story. It was interesting to

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    Session one was an introductory session. Janine King was my counselor and introduced her techniques and her journey of becoming a counselor. I shared my counseling journey, my academic goals, and the areas that I wanted to discuss. The session ended by mapping out a schedule of counseling sessions to fulfill academic requirements and prayer. In session two, Janine went over my MMPI results with me and inquired about my life story. It was interesting to learn that Janine’s MMPI results

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    blue lakes, and rivers so vivid, even from above through the clouds at 39,000 feet in the air. While I was stuffing my suitcase trying not to go past the weight limit, and planning what I memories I wanted to make I never thought an entire day would be my fondest memory of the entire trip, let alone my fondest memory of the year. Out of the 365 days of the year and 5,844 days I have lived I have never loved a day more than this one. The first step onto to the beach left me searching for words that

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    Maitland Knutsen was once a friend but will always be a memory. Some of the fondest memories from my childhood involve Maitland. We enjoyed many summers filled with great adventures. Her friendship meant more than she could know to me and taught me that friendship can be found in ways we never once knew. Maitland, a childhood friend, has had a lasting impression on my memory of the past. The greatest of friends can be found right down the road. Maitland came to Iowa for multiple summers in a row;

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    In the Shadow of the Banyan, by Vaddey Ratner, details the struggles of Raami, a young girl coming of age in a time of the Cambodian genocide. The descriptions from Raami's point of view are vivid. She is forced to leave her childhood behind with the regime of the Khmer Rouge. As a Cambodian child, her life transformed from living as a princess with many privileges to living life day to day on the move, witnessing such terror, is quite the turnaround for anyone especially a child. She processes her

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    my mother’s office, my high school, my old gymnastics studio, and Knightdale Station Park. Over towards Raleigh, the locations are farther apart. Downtown Raleigh is west, featuring my middle school and my dad’s office, and to the northwest is my childhood church.

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    Breaking of the Fast") marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, and is celebrated during the first three days of the month of Shawwal. Eid al-Adha (Arabic "Festival of the Sacrifice") that takes place at the end of the Hajj”. Her fondest memories is when she first become a grandma to her second son. She was very happy that she will be get to called

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    story about Maxine Clair’s crazy fifth-grade summer. In the passage, “Cherry Bomb,” Maxine Clair characterizes key memories of her fifth-grade summer world. Clair uses symbolism, tone, and diction to characterize her memories about her youthful, innocent, and happy fifth grade summer. Maxine Clair uses symbolism throughout the passage to represent happiness and innocence of childhood . For example, in the second paragraph Clair uses the word, “hairy man” as a symbol. Hairy man is described as

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    Most of my childhood memories took place in the home that I remember best, the red house on Hawthorne Street, in Portland, Oregon. The house was three stories of endless adventure, with a great big backyard for any little girl's imagination to run wild. In fact, I spent so much time outside that I barely remember the house at all. Also, for some reason, my fondest memories took place during the summer while I lived there. I remember riding my tricycle on the sidewalk with the two twin boys across

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    400 which being in the U.S. (IAAPA). These fairs, parks, and carnivals have turned into an international phenomenon, drawing in millions of attenders, and the cause of countless children’s’ begging tears and cries of excitement. They have become a childhood staple, one that many adults and senior citizens admire and repeatedly come back to relive and show to their own children. But why? Why do they have such an impact on society? Amusement parks are a way to escape the troubles of reality by allowing

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    On August 1, 2002, I, Kathryn Grace Bach, was born into this world. My parents arrived at Doylestown hospital at 8:30am. It was a hot, humid day in August. The temperature was already a staggering 82 degrees Fahrenheit. My mother came into the hospital wearing shorts and a T-shirt with her waving brown locks cascading down her shoulders. The doctors helped settle my mother in while I was quickly approaching. Unfortunately, my mother was unable to give birth to me naturally, so the doctors had to

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    Ever since I was a kid growing up in a farming environment, I have always had a passion for agriculture. Some of my fondest childhood memories originate from time and experience on the family farm. From helping my Dad bottle feed calves, to riding in the combine with my Grandpa, I loved it all. Throughout the years, I have always seen myself with a future in the ag industry. It is what I have grown up around, and it is what I enjoy doing. Although we no longer have the family farm due to unforeseen

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    Jannette’s View on Freedom When I was little, one of my fondest memories was during Christmas while living out in the desert. My parents, unable to purchase presents due to a lack of money this time of year, or most times of the year, settled for something different. Dad took us kids out into the desert one by one and told each of us to pick out a star in the night sky; we could pick out any star we wanted. I remember staring up at the night sky and being totally astonished seeing all of the twinkling

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    Nicholson Introduction and Childhood Perception One: Family, likes and dislikes, memories, and upbringing allow you to see what makes a person who they are rather than what they look like from your perception. Perception is a powerful tool. I have an older half-brother whose name is Ryan who will soon be 26, I have an older sister named Starr who is 25 and I, Jessica, am the youngest at 24. My sister and I were raised by a single mother, Cathleen, who loves and supports us through thick and thin

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    Roethke has spurred passionate academic debate from professors, scholars, and students alike, the imagery, syntax, and diction of the poem clearly support the interpretation that Roethke writes “My Papa’s Waltz” to look back on his most fondest childhood memories he has created of dancing with his father. In Roethke's poem “My Papa’s Waltz”, many forms of controversies were inspired do due to the vague nature of his motive for writing and publishing such a work of literature. This divides the readers

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    our Grandmother’s house together. We constantly played pretend, watched all the Disney and Cartoon Network shows, and played with our Littlest Pet Shop toys. Always side by side, our parents could never pry us off one another. At one point in our childhood, we would scream if we weren’t near each other. This earned some annoyance from our other family members as well as angry glances from the neighbors. Much to our parent’s infinite vexation, we were very talented in the art of stalling to have longer

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    When I was little, one of my fondest memories was during Christmas while living out in the desert. My parents, unable to purchase presents due to a lack of money this time of year, or most times of the year, settled for something different. Dad took us kids out into the desert one by one and told each of us to pick out a star in space; we could pick out any star we wanted. I remember staring up into the night sky and being totally astonished seeing all of the twinkling stars and lights, then my father

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    - Chloe Carleton - Chloe Carleton, a 8th grader at Laurel Ridge Middle School, still has her life ahead of her. And she has plans for every part of it. Some are big dreams, some are small goals, and some are memories. Chloe, currently a member of LRMS’s Publications class, wanted to go to the class because it looked like plenty of fun to her, among creating the yearbook to writing on articles, by which she loves writing news articles specifically. Chloe, 20 years from now, plans to be out of

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