Narrative paragraph madel
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NARRATIVE PARAGRAPH Medal: a Token of Success Every person had his own special moments that he couldn’t ever forget untilhis last breath. The same thing happened to my life. The most memorable chapter of my life was when I became the firstvaledictorian of our school. When I was still a child I never dreamt of anythingexcept of having a medal on my neck every end of the school year even just asrank six. However, I never expected that I could reach more than that. During the tabulation of our grades for ranking, I’m so grateful that I wasone of the top ten students. My heart was beating as fast as it could and my handswere as cold as frozen ice when our teachers had finished calculating our gradesfor honours. As she walked to the center to proclaim the first ever valedictorian ofSta. Catalina Science High School, my legs shook and the beating of my heartbecame faster. I held my breath when she opened the folder. I shouted as loud as Icould when she announced my name as the valedictorian. I could hardly breathebecause of too much joy I felt at that time. Tears even feel down on my cheeks as asign of happiness. On the 30th day of March, 2012 I walked on the stage wearing a great smilelike a boxer who won the valuable belt or a scientist who successfully finished hisstudy. When I received my medal, I could still reminisce the sleepless nights doingsome stressful assignments and projects we had. I just smiled on the crowdthinking of it. Indeed, “Success comes to those who persevere’ because I knew I wouldnever receive such award without exerting some efforts to it.
NARRATIVE PARAGRAPH The Crown December 15, 2011 was the most memorable and unforgettable moment ofmy life. Because of this, I have been blessed to wear the beautiful crown and carrythe title as Miss Don Emilio Macias Memorial National High School 2011. I could still remember the overwhelming joy I felt during the crowningmoment. I could hardly breathe when I held the bouquet and trophy in my handsand felt the crown in my head. But before I felt the triumph I took several struggleson my way to be crowned as Miss DEMMNHS 2011. I felt the distrustof some people and heard negative feedbacks because for them I’m not worth it tobe one of the gorgeous contestants. Upon hearing those judgmental words, I feltthe disappointments and I lost hope. I liked to quit but I can’t because I still had toprove to them that I’m worthy to be a queen. With the help of my ever supportedparents and my strict trainer yet the best one, Mr. Nicolas Macahilos, I passed it alland won the title. I was so happy that despite of all consequences that I encounter, I still havethe guts to face it. And after achieving the title as Miss DEMMNHS 2011, I’velearned that it is not all about popularity or for some ego/pride but it is a title to betreasured. I’ve tried my best to be a good role model to each student of my Almamatter for her improvement.