Personal Narrative: My Last Year In Junior High School

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SCHOOL DAYS, THE MYSTERY DOES UNFOLD

The very first time I saw him, I was brought to a stop; my whole body and mind were completely captivated. It was my last year in junior high school and the last week of school, yet it was my first time ever noticing him. There was something truly happening to me, and I couldn’t really understand. It was a great feeling, but sort of odd because I never saw his face; he was walking about twenty feet ahead of me and I only saw him from behind.

The next time I saw him was two days later when I had gone to watch the school’s last baseball game. I don’t recall ever going to any of the other games, yet I felt compel to attend this one. I went alone and that was
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Each time I would move I would look back to see if I had attracted his attention. After several attempts, the last time I moved then turned around he was gone. The game was over, and I left the grounds. I cannot tell you what the score was because I was too busy wondering where did that mystery boy go. I remember leaving thinking that I would never see him again because there was only one day left before school would closing for the summer and in September, I would be attending a new school.

The summer was long, hot, and full of fun. I didn’t think of that boy one time during the whole summer. But the summer was drawing to an end. A new school year was approaching and I was looking forward to a new school and the new beginnings of high school.

It was the first day of school, and all the sophomores had to report to the auditorium to be assigned a homeroom section and to receive a class schedule. This took up most of the first day of school along with getting assign to a locker and just getting a feel for who my new friends where going to

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