Unforgettable experience

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“I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.” Said by Marilyn Monroe. For once, I believed what someone said without a doubt, and most importantly from experience. Everything happens for a reason, and good things can fall apart so better can fall together.
Personal experience’s can change people in the sense of who they are and sometimes their perspective on life depending on the situation. Personally I have had one experience that has made me realize many things in life and I will
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Then up, then down, then inside, then outside, again. She asked me to explain to her everything that happened, what I heard, what I felt. Before I even finished, she shook her head and told em flat out my ankle is sprained and I couldn’t play until she cleared me. I begged her to let me play districts, she told me crutches and therapy might be able to help speed up the process but I couldn’t push it. I took home crutches with me.
I waited for my mom to pick me up with an ice bag on my ankle to numb the pain and lower the size of it. Right when I got into the car, I bursted into tears. I told my mom everything that happened, and how I wasn’t going to be able to play districts.
Finally, after three days of the most painful physical therapy, and not stepping foot on ground because of my crutches, I was able to run again. District finals getting closer and closer. The pain leaving little by little, and the day comes. I wake up feeling brand new and I take my first step out of bed. Right when foot hits the floor, the sharpest pain went straight through my ankle. Immediately, I figured there was no way I would be able to play. It’s like my heart sank through my whole body as I kept taking steps until my heart was just crushed into pieces. I had my team trust me, and I couldn’t come back.
I took everything in my bag that day: my uniform, my cleats, my shinguards. Thousands of little thoughts bouncing in my head and it was the

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