Personal Narrative-Semantic Analysis

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When I was growing up I had a ton of energy.I was always jumping around. Jumping was one of my most favorite things to do. I did so much of it when I was a baby I broke 3 mattress. My mom was not too pleased. My mom tried to run the energy out of me by taking me outside to play, but that was just not enough.
When I started school my mom thought of putting me in some sort of sport. I started with soccer I liked it was just not the thing for me. Then my mom put me basketball I really liked it and found it a lot of fun. My coach said that I was really good atnd should continue in it because I could do great things.So I will know next season, I was for sure going to do it. A few short months after that my sister got a brain aneurism and that had busted in the head. So she had a ton of
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Once the meet started, I was more nervous than ever. I had started on the vault, which was by far my best event. I did both of my vaults and then I had stuck both of them. Then was bars I was not very good at bars, but was always my one of my favorite ones. As soon as I started my routine I knew it was going to be good because I felt like a little feather on the bar, then I had landed perfectly this what I was dreaming of this meet was just going so well, nothing could have better. Once we got beam thing changed a little one of our best girls Sam had fallen of the beam. The worst thing is she did not just fall. She fell and broke her leg this was one of the worst things that could have happened. As a team, we would just have to move on I was up on the beam now. At this moment I had very sweaty hand and was shaking very bad and was not ready to go. As I started, I knew that this was one of the most important routines I could do for the team. I don 't really remember the routine very well, but I remember the finish.Landing on the mat with the biggest smile
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