Personal Narrative: The Five Activities Choices

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My five activity choices fall in the following categories of leisure: performing arts: music, visual arts, games: passive, sports, and nature and outdoor. The activity that appealed to me from the performing arts: music category is classical instruments. I love listening to classical music, specifically the violin and piano. I would love to learn how to play the violin. My dad bought me a violin roughly 4 years ago, but I haven’t had the time to learn how to play. In the visual arts category I chose origami. I picked this activity since I find it interesting and a bit challenging. I also enjoy crafting things; therefore, origami is a terrific option. In the passive game category I chose chess. I have never played chess before. I have seen several people play and it seems like strategical game.
Then for the sport section I chose archery. Archery seems like an interesting sport. In the summer of 2011, my mom, sister and I went to Utah with the idea of living there. My sister and I were enrolled into school. The first day at school for
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I chose this as my final activity because it seemed entertaining. I sought to participate an activity that is creative yet a bit challenging. From this activity, I expect to be challenged, test my patience, make mistakes, relief stress and most importantly, to have fun. In order to prepare for this activity, I searched online for ideas. However, I specifically searched for cherry blossoms origami. After I found the one that I aspired to construct, I made my own origami paper since I didn’t want to buy it. I cut up constructed paper into the size that the website instructed, and then I plugged in my glue gun since I need it to glue together the petals. The first petal that I made took me the longest since the instructions were a bit confusing, but after the first one, making the rest of the petals was not as difficult. It took nearly an hour and a half to complete the cherry

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