Personal Narrative Essay: The First Day Of Childhood

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It was the first day of Kindergarten. I went to Roosevelt Elementary, I walked in with no friends having no clue I was going that I was going to be stuck in school for the next fourteen years. I walked into Mrs. Kramers class, I see all the toys she had in the back, a toy kitchen, and a painting corner. Later on, I found myself friends with Alison, she had long blonde hair with glasses. She was so nice and fun to play with, we would even hang out after school together. We always played together at Recess until one day when this little girl named Keri with long hair and bangs came over stole Alison from me. So every other day Keri and I would take turns playing with Alison. I always hated the recesses by myself. Then one day Alison was gone,…show more content…
“No do you want to go look for her?” I replied. So we walked around the whole playground together looking for Alison. It turns out she was not at school. So Keri and I decided to play together until Alison gets back tomorrow. I’ve never had more fun. Keri was so funny we played so many games together and laughed all day. When tomorrow came around Alison was back. Keri and I decided to play together again today so we told Alison we would play with her tomorrow. But every day after that it was always Keri and I. We have been best friends ever since. Throughout elementary, I was a troublemaker. It was ok because Keri would get in trouble with me. Once in first grade every time we learned a new word Mrs. Conaway would staple it under the letter of the alphabet. We were getting ready for PE and the whole class was ready except for Angel, Keri and me. We still had to change into our PE shoes, so the class left and we would meet them in the gym when we are ready. As I was waiting for Keri and Angel put on their shoes I said, “I dare you to rip a word off the word wall.” Keri thought I was joking so she said, “only if you do it first”. So I ripped a word down. Angel and Keri couldn’t believe that I actually did it.
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