Personal Narrative: American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Camp

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I'm a cautious person. Before this summer I had never stepped outside of my comfort zone. The longest I had been away from my family was for a week in the fifth grade when my entire class went to camp, and even then I was surrounded by familiar faces and friends. That is why when I was awarded the honor to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls' State camp, I was wary of experiencing such a big change. After being dropped off at the MSU dorms on the first day I was left with a HUGE feeling of angst and dread. I had no idea what was ahead of me; something I had never really felt before. I was immediately placed in an overwhelming situation of having to meet new people and be as outgoing as possible. Being from a small town, this was way
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