I remember I cried in my dormitory Im the person who doesnt prefer to cry

I remember i cried in my dormitory im the person who

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I remember I cried in my dormitory. I’m the person who doesn’t prefer to cry loudly. However in that day, I felt so gloomy and in New York, because I felt so lonely and meaningless.
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Joanne Hyejun Nam Integrative Seminar Darcy Rothbard September 22, 2017 Final draft 6 I remember the every moment with my boyfriend when I see the pictures on my phone. Now, watching photos with him and reminding the day are one of way for me to get rid stresses. I remember I visited Syria when I was young. I made two friends in Syria. I couldn’t remember their names and faces but I know that we became very close even though we both couldn’t speak English at all. We played board games together. I remember I arrived in New York and saw the cart with the words “Welcome to New York!” I remember me who appreciated NYC’s everything because I thought their (New Yorkers) life is full of art. I remember my elementary school’s policy. I couldn’t leave my meal unfinished during lunch time. If I left it, I couldn’t get out of the cafeteria. So I was always the latest one who was in the cafeteria. I remember that it was a huge stress for me. I remember one day I cried because I really didn’t want to eat it all. I was very full. I remember the moments I slept leaning on my mother’s knee. She was cleaning my ear and I love that cozy feeling. I remember the moment when I first smelled weed. It was terrible and smelled like rotten food.
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Joanne Hyejun Nam Integrative Seminar Darcy Rothbard September 22, 2017 Final draft 7 I remember I traveled to New York with my father and it was my first time traveling only with my father. I remember my experience of frustration when I told others in New York I am a Christian. I could feel others suddenly change their attitude toward me because of a bad experience with Christians. Now I’m afraid to tell someone that I believe in Jesus. I remember the blue sky of New York. I couldn’t saw such a blue sky when I was in Korea, because there was air pollution for a long time. I remember when I first met my boyfriend. He seemed like he really had no interest in me. I remember the day’s weather, mood, my feelings, his nervousness and languages when he told me he wanted to be my boyfriend. I remember when I saw people with no legs or fatty or leukoplakia at the same time in subway and thought, “Wow, this is New York!”
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  • Spring '19
  • Pamela Roskin
  • American films, Joanne Hyejun Nam, Darcy Rothbard

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