Wriiting About Something We Lost Briarcliff All Americans Boys

518 words - 3 pages

Dekorian Hampton
Mr. Gard
Critical Reading
26 August 2018
Something that made a major impact on me
I have always learned many things from helping my grandmother Ms.Samples. She have taught me so many things and different hacks over the years, I have stayed with her. Over the last 4 years, my whole attitude and outlook have changed toward life. Growing up around the early two thousands we always had cookouts ever sunday, family and friends came over and it was the vibe that you got from everyone around you and the energy felt good. It was this bbq grill she have and i would always watch her cook and I would ask so many questions while she cook and she she would say baby just sit back and learn. I took something that a lot people cannot always gain from cooking and that's being happy and positive to everyone around you.
Learning how to cook changed me others and also me around me. Seeing my grandmother smiling warmed my heart every day. It was just like eating some of her apple pie just good. After the hard times trying to cook  and burning things I finally was ready for the real thing. By that time I got into a private high school and they really focus on your major before you even start collage and this was a big step in my life and I'm always excited about trying new things all time. The teachers really showed you...

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