Team Literary Analysis - Cook, Moskow, Stevens
Literary analysis about A Child’s Christmas in Whales

Writing about a challenge

Breaking the Wall

Pursuing through a challenge     

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”Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.”

~ George S. Patten 

    A challenge is what blocks you from reaching your goals. There are many challenges that you will face throughout your life. It is easy to give up when you are challenged, but it is hard to peruse through that challenge. For me one of my biggest challenges in life is hockey. Although I love to play hockey and it is one of my favorite things to do it challenges me to another level. This year I switched from my previous hockey team called the Minuteman Flames, to a new hockey team called the Junior Bruins. When I decided to make this switch I realized it was going to be challenging. This new team is an older team with kids that’s birth years were mostly 2003 and 2004 and I am a 2005 birth year. I was hesitant to join the team at first because I was manipulated by the though of how challenging this experience would be, but I wanted to get better and improve my hockey so I decided to join. Now that a portion of the season has gone by I can confidently say that it has been and still is challenging. I am having a great time playing against kids that love hockey and to challenge their teammates to improve. As I face further challenges in my life I will look at this and I will step in the way of the challenge instead of backing up. 

 

When a brick wall is build in front of you, knock it down. 

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