A Moment in My Life: a Wish Comes True

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                                                                                                                          Nozdrina 1                             A Wish Comes True.                                                                                                                                                                         How often do we make a wish and really believe that the wish will come true? As adults we are more grounded in reality and we do not expect anything to appear from nowhere, but we have to actually make it happen for ourselves if we want it. For children, however, dreams and wishes are an active part of their fantasies, because they are innocent, naive, and life is easy when you are little. But sometimes, childhood can be difficult, when children become sick. In these cases, I think, that having a dream is even more important, because it makes life more colorful, gives hope and motivates them to overcome their illness. I remember when I was 5 years old I got a little sick - running nose and sore throat. But as we had a big "Doors Open Day" or as they say in America “Open House” at the school I was still forced to go. It was the beginning of spring and the first sun rays warmed me and my brother's happy faces. We were walking, hopping, running and pushing each other and laughter echoed in the street. Mom shouted for us to stop running, because we were a little late for event. The big sign on the gates of the school read "Make A Wish ".  Everyone was required to dress in black and white: girls had to wear white blouses and black skirts, and boys had to wear white shirts and black pants. Traditionally in Russia uniforms were required everyday, but not during the time I went to school. Only on the special occasions would   the principal require us to wear it to establish order and discipline. I personally liked the uniform, because it was a symbol of a holiday for me.  As we walked in, we saw...
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