It was a dark and gloomy morning when I woke up to the sound of a buzzing alarm. Instead of getting out of bed tired and miserable, I jumped out happy and excited. Today was the day, yes today was the biggest day of a sixth grader’s life. It was Activity Day! The day I got to be in charge of all the outdoor activity games. I put on my uniform and brushed my teeth then I zoomed out of the house, forgetting to eat breakfast. As I got into the car, I rushed my mom to hurry up and get in the car. She asked me what I was in such a hurry to do. I told my mom that I have been waiting on this moment for years. I finally get the chance to be in charge for a change.
When I got to school I had to endure the pain of waiting five hours until 12:30 to go outside. Every thirty minutes I checked the time to see how close we were until it was time to go outside at 12:29. As I watched the time tick away, my teacher, Mr.Collopy, told me to get the equipment ready and go outside. I got every single station set up and was ready to go when every single grade starting from kindergarten to sixth grade ran outside. Every single grade took at least two turns on each activity except the sixth grade, they were on the last activity, racing. Just when they were about to start, Mr. Collopy, screamed, “Contest Time”! He said that he will give 50 dollars to the person who could race and beat every six grader. I looked up and thought to myself, this was a perfect time to show my dominance.
I had raced and beaten every single person except the fastest person in school, Tamera. She was as fast as lightning, and I knew I couldn’t stand a chance; but I tried anyway. I started off at a good pace, pacing myself, until it was the last lap. Then, I started picking up speed. Then at the same time, Tamera started to gain more speed as well. I thought to myself, you can’t and won’t get beaten by a girl. The next thing you know, I started to get even quicker, until we were almost to the...
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