The most unforgettable moment in my life: receiving my first tennis racquet (986 words, 3 pages) i consider the most memorable moment of my life when i first received a tennis racquet because this event marked my life.
A match of its kind and definitely one of the most unforgettable moments it was a marathon encounter between francesca schiavone and svetlana kuznetsova in the 2011 australian open which is regarded as one of the most memorable matches in the history of tennis.
And in those moments when i felt the weakest, i felt a surge of energy overwhelm me, and my attitude changed from one of defeat to one of empowerment, to one of inspiration, and i began to work harder and seven years after i began that journey of tying my shoes, which i consider to be the greatest struggle of my entire life, i remember the day. Unlike most editing & proofreading services, we edit for everything: grammar, spelling, punctuation, idea flow, sentence structure, & more get started now it looks like you've lost connection to our server.
The most unforgettable day in my life it was the day my son was to join school my husband gave him a bath, dressed him in his best clothes, handed over to him the new colourful backpack with the accessories for the first day at school the little fellow hoisted it onto his back immediately, and sat in the cane chair, his face shining from the shower and eyes sparkling with excitement. With a handshake and a great deal of relief, i ended the most stressful and undoubtedly memorable day of my life: the nuclear community interview 31 october 2013 was more than just another halloween.
From receiving instruction from some track and field greats such as kim carson, danny harris, and my collegiate coach dan steele – to competing against high school national record holders like sam and ryan crouser, gunnar nixon, and curtis beach, i have been able to develop some great friendships with not only those individuals listed above, but many many others that have helped shape my track career, helped shape who i am as a person, and expand my social network across the united states.