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The Fall. What could be worse than falling off a stage during a performance at a wedding in front of a hundred people?

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The Fall Everyone in their lifetime have had embarrassing moments, some may have a long lasting effect and some may not. There are many embarrassing moments I would love to erase, if I could. Just like any other person, I have had many embarrassing moments. Therefore, for this essay, after spent a lot of time thinking of the most embarrassing moment in my life which is August 21st,2008, the day I fell while performing at my cousin Rehaana's wedding. Thursday, August 21st,2008 is the day of my most embarrassing moment till date. Just like any wedding, there is music, dancing and partying. Waiting for a whole two months to attend my cousins wedding and perform for my favorite, lovely grey eyed cousin, Rehaana. ...read more.

Middle

When the music started, I started performing, and as the song continued I knew I was doing the best and the audience was showing they were enjoying my performance. Now was the main part, where I had to twirl and jump, the twirl went so well and right when I jumped, I landed off-stage on the floor. Moreover when I tried to stand up I couldn't since my left foot hurt. The music stopped and my parents and cousins ran up to me to see if I was alright. Just when I thought things couldn't get worse, I had sprained my ankle. What could be worse than falling off a stage during a performance at a wedding in front of a hundred people? ...read more.

Conclusion

Therefore, I have learnt that listening to elders is the best thing to do since they know best. Moreover, I have learnt not to perform with heels on until I'm experienced enough and have practiced with them on. I guess I deserved it for not listening to my mom and getting embarrassed in front of more than a hundred people which isn't amusing. This still bothers me till date, since all my cousins' laugh at me after the falling incident, this incident everyone remembers, which has a long lasting effect on me. It's embarrassing for me every time someone mentions it or I think of it, since it was just so embarrassing. This incident I will always remember and I hope this will not happen again ever to me. Also, it has made me realize that listening to your parents is always the best thing to do, since they have experience and know better for you. ...read more.

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