My Most Embarassing Moment

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We all have experienced an embarrassing moment in our lives. Like the time someone tripped in front of everyone, spilt a drink on themselves, called someone the wrong name, and sang the wrong lyric to a song. In these situations, do we end up dwelling on that moment or do we make the best of it and laugh in the end? For me, I laugh. Even though at the time we may not think that an embarrassing moment is funny, later on down the road we may turn back and see how precious that memory was. My most embarrassing moment focuses on an early Sunday morning at church. Everything that morning seemed to go wrong and it just kept getting worse. Laughter and stares are all I see and hear. I don’t know what to think. I am so embarrassed and fed up with this morning. Nothing could possible get any worse than this. I don’t know what to do or say after this moment so I storm out of the church in tears. I am awake at five in the morning rushing to get ready for school. As I am stepping out of the shower I hear my name being shouted from across the house. “Heather,” my mom yells, “why are you up so early? Church doesn’t start until nine-thirty.” In anger, I yell back, “OKAY MOM, SORRY! I thought I had school today.” I take a deep breath and calm down so that I don’t get into an argument with my mom; she always tells me I have a bad mouth. Thinking about how upset I am that I woke up three hours before I needed to, I decide to take my time to find a cute outfit to wear to church. I look through my drawers and find my favorite pair of American Eagle jeans and a flowing, blue and white blouse that I just bought. Happy with the way my outfit looks I run out of the house without grabbing a bite to eat. I arrive to church; I am so excited to see what God has in store for today’s lesson. I walk through the doors and say good morning to everyone I see, trying to forget about how tired I am from waking up so early. During Sunday school we are having our regular hour and thirty minute...
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