Introductory speech 2 - Ellee Lazarov CA100 Sectionxx Bill...

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Ellee Lazarov CA100, Sectionxx Bill Whitney Introductory speech September 12, 2008 Whether you have painted pink fingernails or plane cut nails, your hands are still the most vital part of your body. The hands creased with age may hold the more interesting stories, but the newly formed wrinkles in soft young hands are just waiting to grow with amazing experiences. My hands represent my love for art, every line a different canvas I have painted, every crease a different color I have created. A crease in my own hand became much more defined from an encounter I had while sun bathing in Mexico. I had never realized the importance of my hands, until my dad had a reason to explain how vital his hands were to him. My eyes were peacefully closed. My thoughts soared to the sky surrounded by butterflies and Barbies. I glided through the clouds as the suns euphoric rays pushed me into a beautiful fantasy. To my surprise, my peaceful daydream had been replaced with tears. An older drunken man had yelled at me for stealing his beach chair. Tears dripped from my cheeks sizzling on the hot Mexican pavement as I ran for
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