Though when it was over it was all boring but I realized something really important. This graduation has inspired my present identity. It also motivates me to stop assaults just thinking no parents were there, the doors were wide opened, and the music was so loud no one would hear. Anyone could have walked in and take kids. Not all kids luckily graduate.
It was a big experience for me in my life because of all the responsibility i was given i had to make sure i was ready and dressed wearing the write thing for each of the 5 dances i did. I had to learn how to put away my fear of being in front of so many people. Growing up i was never too close to my mother. We never really talked or hung out. Since i joined dance it gives us something to bond over while she drives me to dance or drives me home we talk about what i learned i show her skills i'm progressing on and she comes to most of my performances.
A wave of victory swept over me and I basked in the glory of my reward. “I did it,” I thought to myself. The prize ceremony came to an end and it was time for the last event. The chancellor of our university took the stage and walked towards the microphone. “I congratulate the graduating class of 2017.
I put my hair in a ponytail, got my leotard and spandex on and was ready to hit the road. I jumped into the car and waiting for my mother. I remember sitting there thinking what it was going to be like and what we were going to do. On the way there my mother was talking to me about how she had such a great time doing the sport, how I was turning out to be and that I would like the sport too. I already loved it before I even got to the practice.
At recess I stopped my friends, before stepping onto the jungle gym and they all just ran away. Coming from recess I asked the teacher could I make a special announcement. As I walked in class, they all sat down and I processed to say that I wasn’t going to act dumb anymore. I embraced my smartest, but losted my friends. supporting example.
So I enrolled in a school, it was supposed to be one of the happiest days of my life but it was not. At the beginning of school year, I did not have any friends and to make it worse, I got bullied. They bullied me on how I dressed especially my accent. Females even males were picking a fight with me. I wanted to tell my mom but I did not want her to worry.
Normally when my parents told me that we were moving again I’d be a little upset. Moving meant I had to say goodbye to all of my friends. I would have to go to a new school and make new friends. However when my parents told me that we were moving to Canada I was shocked. Not only was I going to move away from my home, but I was also going to a new country.
That day would not only escort me into a promising future, but would allow me to reflect on my accomplishments and show appreciation to my support team that had brought me there. Equally full of joy, excitement, and nerves, I could not wait to walk across that stage. I had been asked to speak at graduation, which left me feeling extremely nervous and honored. Arriving early, I walked across the parking lot with my silky black cap and gown neatly folded over my arm. I looked up at the crystal blue sky and realized that today was the day that my life would be forever changed.
I was hesitant to tell her about what happened after school with my crush because I thought she would be completely shocked that I would do something like that. I told her anyway, and she was pretty calm about it. She then went on this big tangent about how confidence and courage are big steps to take to get what you desire. She then told me something that I will never forget: “I’m proud of you son. I am proud of you because you took those steps to get what you wanted.” Those words got me thinking about how proud I was of myself because I did take those steps to get what I wanted.
Then there was the school work that we had to do alongside football, it wasn’t always easy but I also got it done and did pretty well on it too. The days went by fast game by game practice after practice because we were having fun as a team. We did not always do the best as a team but it was our first year of football for all of us but it was the most rewarding experience I have ever had. In school I knew this Guy named Noah we did not always see eye to eye and I never