Personal Narrative: The Day I Leave My Legacy

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“Today I shall behave as if this is the day I will be remembered,” Doctor Seuss once said. How do you want to be remembered? What will your legacy be? Do you want to be known as the kid who never did their homework and always got in trouble, or the kind hearted, hard worker that always tried her best. In just a few short months, I will be graduating middle school. In a few short years I will be graduating high school, and then college. Time flies, and before it gets too late, I want to leave behind a great legacy. When people remember me, I want them to think positively about the impact I left on the world. Through the process of leaving my legacy there will be twists and turns, but in the end, it is all worth it. In leaving my great legacy, I will have definitely…show more content…
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