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My Medal Learning something new can be a hard and difficult experience. Learning how to swim was one of the most difficult experiment of my life. I’ve always been afraid of the water since I was very young. B ut I decided that swimming was an important skill that I should learn. I also thought that swimming can be a great exercise and it will help me become physically stronger. What I didn’t realize was that learning to swim would also make me a more confident person. But those were not the main reasons that made me want to learn how to swim. Reaching into my pocket, I took out a swimming medal that I’ve always kept with me. I looked at it as if it was the most important thing in my life. It was a golden, flat medal with a big star that was carved with “Jackson #1” on it. The main reason was my brother. I silently close my eyes. The story starts when I was eight years old. Warm heat from the sunny summer sky beat down on my exposed legs smothered with sunscreen. The bright sun was shining like a diamond in the sky. Summer was not my favorite season. But at moments like this, nothing could be better. I sat there looking at some of these small waves combine with other small waves to form a single, larger wave. A whoosh as they go. The cloudless day was perfect for this beautiful

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