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A Vivid Childhood Memory

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Name : Sandra Pierre
Class : ENG 004
Chapter 8- Narrative Essay

A vivid childhood memory

Summer 1985, was truly an amazing and exciting summer for me, my sister’s wedding.

I was 14 years old ,my sister Sarah was getting married. It was almost like a ritual that every Year I would go on vacation to Florida ,and I remembered that day. Although I was thrilled About the wedding at a point I could never imagine how that year would be the most favorable event that I ever witnessed of my childhood. I recalled when my parents made the announcement about Sarah’s wedding, I was touched by the news my hands trembled, tears started rolling down on my checks. It was very emotional for me ,all I was thinking that my sister would be taking away from me because she’s only sister I have, at the same time I was filled with joy and excitement. We couldn’t wait to get on the plane for the big day. Meanwhile my parents were making decision on when we headed to Florida, where many of my relatives lived the anticipation of being able to see them was overwhelming. On Friday August 10th 1985, we flew to Florida , when we landed everyone was exhausted but, we were happy to see Sarah and her fiancée John there at the airport to greet us. On the way home We talked about will be taking place in the next few days ahead. Sure it was along ride home I couldn’t wait to get there, finally we made at the complex and, seem aunt Josie it felt so good to be in presence of your love ones .

The complex apartment was owned by my uncle Samuel where he lived on the first floor, then Sarah and John occupied the second floor, and the third floor was rented to a couple. Upon Arrival, I entered in the room that was set apart for us, I took off my shoes and I jumped in The bed to rest a little. Everyone’ else joined in the living room to...