Memories Essays

My Best Memories

Through out my life, I have lived with many special memories, some painful, sad, wonderful and happy. However, of all the memories, only exquisite memories are worth mentioning over and over again. Some people may have experienced similar memories; however, it all depends on how the individual holds a particular memory that matters in this regard. Sometimes, people will claim that their best memories were created with their lovers, traveling with family, or their childhood memories. As for me, my…

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Memories of My College Life

When I was younger and someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up it was always the same response, a Nurse. In fifth grade I broke my wrist on Thanksgiving Day. I was jumping on the bed and got pushed off and of course I had to immediately go to the hospital. Once we got there the Nurses were super nice and took care of me the whole time. Since that moment, I have just wanted…

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My Childhood Memories

It’s considered that childhood memory is special for everybody because it’s very personal. I can’t imagine my childhood without reminding the time that I’ve spent at our summer cottage. I can even say that it’s the most precious time in my life. It’s situated in half an hour from city by the most beautiful sea that I’ve ever seen in my life. Unfortunately we sold it 6 years ago, and maybe that is why I appreciate it so much, people…

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Haunting Memories of the Past

Frequently, without warning and for no reason people have ever been able to detect, the thoughts are invaded by some segment of the past. If the yesterdays drop like stones in the mind’s unfathomable waters, dropping ever deeper as they are shorn of the momentary buoyancy of the present, this periodic invasion seems to overturn the process. Abruptly, and commonly, from considerable depths, a absolutely preserved image appears once more, floating face down in the pellucid pool of the present,…

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Childhood Memories

The purpose of this essay it to analyze the childhood memories of both Judith Ortiz Cofer and Anwar Accawi past from their stories, the silent dancing and the telephone respectively, who both have complicated early childhood memories. Accawi’s childhood memories are about the changes that were brought by the telephone which led to people moving from the village for opportunities away to make money. He is remorseful for this telephone technology since before it came, people were happy but in…

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Happy or Sad Meeting with Memories

A prolonged, searching look down memory lane, in the form of a family photo album, could bring back feelings of utopia as well as pain. There have been deaths in the family, at least one significant death that has disturbed each one of us. And, yet, there is an exhilaration that is experienced as we look back upon moments of joy. “Remembrance” by Annette Kuhn brings to mind a very important feature of memories: they could be true and false…

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