Language arts memoir thing

Language arts memoir thing
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  • After all the painful bruises and cuts, I was finally able to ride my bike slowly on the driveway while just barley balancing myself.
  • Good job Brendon! I am very surprised that you were able to learn how to ride a bike this fast!
  • Holy cow! I'm starting to get the hang of this! I'm still shaking a little bit but this is the best I've ever done.
  • After a few more attempts I was able to ride my bike smoothly on the driveway. All these attempts in riding a bike has made me very thirsty and I took a short break.
  • It's okay Brendon, I understand that you are tired. You did very good and it was a good exercise.
  • I'm so exhausted from all this biking, I'm going to take a break and drink some water.
  • After taking a break and drinking water, my father told me if I wanted to ride a bike on the street. I was very determined to learn how to ride a bike but to ride on the street, that was an even harder task.
  • Brendon, are you sure you want to ride your bike on the street?
  • Yes I do, even though I am scared, I am up for the challenge!
  • I decided to put back on all my safety gear and see if I can ride a bike on the streets. My father was there with me to see if I was having trouble and to help me improve my balance.
  • I am very terrified of riding on the streets. I will try my very best and just in case, I want you to help me with my balance.
  • I believe in you Brendon! I will be with you so you do not fall that much.
  • You can do it Brendon! Your almost there, you almost got the hang of riding a bike on the streets.
  • Many hours have passed and I am going very slowly down the street with my fathers assistance in helping me keep my balance. Attempt after attempt I slowly began to go faster, and when I was fast enough, my father let go.
  • Holy cow! I can't believe it, I'm riding my bike on the street all by myself! 
  • After riding my bike on the streets, my father and I took a break. This event has had an importance impact on my life and that the relationship between my father and I has been strengthened.  I learned it will not take you the first time do learn something, but in fact it will take you many attempts to do so. Making mistakes is apart of life and natural to humans.
  • Brendon, I am very proud of you, and this was such a fun experience to have with you.
  • I finally learned how to ride a bike! Thank you so much dad for supporting me and teaching me!
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