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  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    Who decides what happens in our lives? Who decides what we wear, who we hang out with, what we do, who we love/hate, or who we become? The answer is simply: ourselves. We became who we are right now by making the decisions of our past. Believe it or not, we shaped our own future, you yourself, and...
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    Down devastatingly deep into the ocean lies a squalid, little fish community, and in this community lives many amazing creatures. The seahorses had that whinniest whinnies and the puffers had the prickliest pricklies. This is not the focus of the story, let me introduce you to Oliver, he is an oyste...
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    “Craig, is that as fast as you can go” that was coach yelling at me. Its freshman year and I want to start varsity. As the school day goes by I think about how this first practice of the season is going to be. Is it going to be hard? Will we be running a lot? Those questions run through m...
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    Tension so thin you could cut it with a single snip from a pair of scissors. The team sat anxiously in the locker room of SHS, our biggest rivals, waiting for the time to come, the time to hit the mats for the first time this year. The coach paced in with his inspiring speech at the tip of his tongu...
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    It was the day I have been waiting for since I was in the 6th grade. The TOC Track Meet had arrived for my freshman year. All day in school my adrenaline kept increasing more and more and I could not wait to let it all out at the meet. I could not ask for any better weather for a track meet. It...
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    “Keep it up, Jocelyn. You’re doing great.” Like I was going to believe that lie… I was in my first cross-country race. I was in dead last. My legs were haggard with fatigue and my lungs could hold barely enough oxygen to keep me alive, or at least that’s what it felt like. The only t...
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    Endure. That’s the first word that comes to my mind when I think of cross country. Maybe it’s because I’m a runner. I know, if the majority of people had to choose a word to describe it, endure would not be on the top of the list. But to me it is. I believe that word, in itself, is the sport. ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “Are you anorexic?” “Why are you always hunched over?” These are a few questions I could not answer in middle school. How was I supposed to know I was sick with a rare, barely known disease? When I was 13, I was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome. I remember the day I sat on that cold examin...
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    “Are you anorexic?” “Why are you always hunched over?” These are a few questions I could not answer in middle school. How was I supposed to know I was sick with a rare, barely known disease? When I was 13, I was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome. I remember the day I sat on that cold examin...
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    As people get older it’s always expected for them to get weaker and sicker. It’s always worse when it just so happens to be your elderly relative though. Sometimes when it happens to someone else you don’t care or you don’t think to look twice. When it happens to you it doesn’t seem r...
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    Turn on your television, surf the Web, or talk to your friends at school. All we ever hear about are tragedies. Casualties in war, wildfires unconstrained, crime on the rise; it’s all we hear. People worry about their well-being, and their safety. Drug and Alcohol abuse is on the rise in minors....
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    Four years later they still do not know what is wrong with my stomach. I was in 7th grade when it first started. My stomach had been gurgling all day but that night I was on the floor in the fetal position, screaming, because it hurt so bad. I ended up in the hospital that night because I just co...
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    Waiting at the entrance gate to pay to get in, fresh dew on the grass, and we are almost last in line. I decide to take a nap and wait it out, I wake up to my dad shaking me. “Come on buddy get up!” said my dad (this is when I was ten). “It’s time for racing!” This race was one of the...
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    I have lived in the same house since I was born. I went to the same school district since kindergarten. The best part of being in the same place your whole life is that you make friends that u see everyday. I have two best friends Megan and Marrisa. Megan and I are “twins” and Marrisa is the gi...
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    Cooking is one of the most under appreciated arts in the world. People all over the world cook all day every day create it, and their art is gone as fast as they create it. I cook often and like to experiment with flavors and amounts of different ingredients. I think that I love to cook because m...
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    Have you ever been told, “You suck!”, “You will never achieve anything in life!”, and other statements like that? Don’t let those words get to you. All you need is ‘motivation’! Being born with low muscle tones in my shoulders and my legs almost prevented me from doing any sports...
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    My best friend of 10 years, Simon, joined the United States Army in January 2010. Since he has been gone I have been struggling to stay strong, keep faith, and hope he will return home in four years. I miss him terribly. Every day he’s gone gets harder and harder. In English we are doing a un...
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    Covered in black and white paint, sweat, and show oils I take a few deep breaths. I am tired and covered in hair from a long day of working at the show, now just waiting for the time to walk to the show ring for the final approval of the judge. Finally, the announcer calls” class 121 to the make u...

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