Reflective Essay: "The Best Game Of My Life!"

538 words - 2 pages

Around six years ago I remember my parents encouraging me to play ice hockey. It was my first time on the ice and I had a bit of trouble getting started, but as I played more I began to love the sport and I just couldn't get enough of it, now it has become a significant part of my life. In this essay I will reflect upon a very important and exciting ice-hockey game that took place a while ago, and in which I took part.Every single chair in the arena had been filled. From the changing-room it was difficult to describe the noise; fans cheering wildly for their team, coaches drilling the game-plan into our heads, the booming music intended to entertain the fans before the game...all adding to the fluttering butter-flies in my stomach. The arena was built to muffle the sound of 1000 people, but that evening it was like a sponge that couldn't absorb anymore. The teams were introduced and we stormed onto the ice. The crowd roared and it sent my adrenaline soaring, being under so many eyes brought both fear and motivation to me. This game was not just any game; it was the final! The whole season had been building up to it. It was like a war for me and I wished to leave the battlefield with victory. I had faith in my team and I knew everybody on it would play their best to win the game and trophy.The game was about to start; I clenched my hand tightly around my stick and reminded myself of how important this battle was. The puck was dropped...

Find Another Essay On Reflective essay: "The best game of my life!"

The Game Of Life Essay

1732 words - 7 pages THE GAME OF LIFE Life is a game that not everyone knows how to play. It is hidden from the eyes of the average and can only be seen by the extraordinary. Plasma was one of these people, but even different. Everyone knew him as a hacker, the best hacker to ever set upon planet earth. He had done marvelous deeds and revolutionized computing. His childhood was unknown and everything about him was a mystery. The only person who he had ever worked

The game of love essay

1398 words - 6 pages God and that it is inseparable by humans. Even though there are different views regarding this issue, I agree with having only one life companion. Having one life companion allows us to have less financial and moral burden of supporting the family and therefore, making our lives better. Another law stated that “the easy attainment of love makes it of little value; difficulty of love makes it prized”. This phrase examines that the harder to get

Silver Lining: A reflective essay on a life changing moment in my childhood

1432 words - 6 pages When asked to reflect upon my life, and look back at the moments that were special to me, there is always one day that instantly comes to mind. It seemed to be the ultimate silver lining of a dark cloud that has affected me many times in my life.You see, when most people get poison ivy, they get a small red rash on their skin that is terribly annoying at worst. For me however, the story is much different. When I brush up against a poison ivy

The Best and Worst of My Boss

595 words - 2 pages Everyone by nature has good and bad qualities. A Boss is no exception to this, therefore, the best boss I've ever had is also in some ways the worst.I currently work alone with my boss and the owner of Heath Sign Company in Athens, Pennsylvania making vinyl and painted signs and graphics. One thing that makes a good boss is respect. My boss has many of the same values and ambitions as myself which makes it very easy for me to respect and admire

Narrative Essay of My Life

779 words - 4 pages hellish life started. And to me when it ended too. When I was finally able to go “home”, after the many weeks in the hospital, my mom celebrated. Her version of celebration was probably getting drunk and high, then going out to make a few deals. She was probably too plastered to even feed me the first night. My big sister was only three years older than me. I am not really sure who took care of me the first few years, but I know my sister took care of

Friendship Essay: My Best Friend

734 words - 3 pages , though, my friends have been particularly inconsistent, and I’ve had to face the last few weeks without most of them. I began writing about the person who was there for me through all this, but as I wrote, I couldn’t stand to write an essay about that one person without acknowledging all the other people who have had an impact on my life. While we weren’t currently on the best of terms, there was no denying that they were extremely important to me

Aristotle: The Life of Contemplation is the Best Life

1238 words - 5 pages case it is for the sake of happiness. Aristotle expresses three types of life which he believes to be virtuous: political life: honor, pleasurable life: appetitive and contemplative life: wisdom. The life of contemplation is seen as the best life by Aristotle; this paper will examine his reasons for believing that it is the best, through his convincing arguments. Thus, explaining that it is the life that gods portray, it requires little to no

Reflective Essay: The Writing Process

540 words - 2 pages making a final copy. In order to create a good paper you need organize your ideas. Also, I realize what needs to be in a essay and what doesn’t.      I have improved in my writing but organization has been my problem, and even though I’ve made a progress. I still believe I have not fully succeed on this area but I’m going to improve on it. The process of using multiple drafts has improved me to over look on my mistakes. Before I

Importance of Reflective Thinking in Life

1150 words - 5 pages Most people consider reflective thinking and writing, the most difficult task, mainly because it involves expressing personal views and feelings. Reflective writing is a very important type of writings, which we encounter as a person in student as well as professional life. It is preferred in academia because it enables students to judge their own actions, freely express their feelings. It is important in professional life because it teaches how

The Value of Life in The Most Dangerous Game

1330 words - 5 pages The Value of Life in The Most Dangerous Game   He is hunched down in the bushes, a .22-caliber pistol in his hand.  His blood-red lips split open in a smile as he watches his prey writhing, blood spouting from the wound, dry green leaves becoming wet crimson.  Then, with a terrible pleasure, he places the gun against the skull of his prey and fires one last round.  The hunter, brimming with sadism, drags his kill behind him, leaving a

The Ever-Changing Game of Life: The Andy Griffith Show

1544 words - 6 pages , this is just one example of how life has become so much faster. I have also noticed the influx of fast-food chains not only in my area but everywhere you turn there seems to be one. I am not helping this cause by any means. I am a pretty cheap person, however this year between driving from work to school and everywhere else I have really been using these quick places to get food. This is terrible, I should either wait until I get home, pack my

Similar Essays

Reflective Essay On My Personal Life.

570 words - 2 pages The Sculptor of LifeAfter reading "The Open Boat" and reflecting back on my life, I realized that I am who I am mostly because of the environment I grew up in. Right when I was able to run and jump, I followed my older brother everywhere he went, most of the time unwanted. However, the time I spent with my brother and his friends truly molded my character into part of who I am today. Fishing, playing hockey, and just "chilling" with these older

Odyssey Of Life Reflective Essay

698 words - 3 pages life can be proved by the obstacles I will most likely face in the future. One of these obstacles is high school. Making your way through high school can be tough, much like the journey home to Ithaca that Odysseus was trying to make. Although I probably will not have to fight with the Cyclopes or Scylla, my “battles” during high school are just as serious and important. High school is where one is supposed to find their identity, and that is a

The Game Of Life Essay

740 words - 3 pages move. It was a move that was the norm in the life of a chess game, it was a standard that allowed for perfect development, a standard beginning that would lead to success.Pawn to E5I notice the move is an uneventful response, it simply reeks of the conformity that is evident in the game. I close my eyes for a brief second, thinking about the outcomes of the response, the unavoidable consequences of my actions. I decide that what I did was

The Game Of Life Essay

1590 words - 6 pages THE GAME OF LIFE This exhibit is an attempt to reflect the beliefs, values and attitudes that I as an individual strongly embrace at this present time of my life. My beliefs, values and attitudes have been modified and evolved from experiences and interactions with family, school, friends and religion as my life has progressed. I felt the best way to portray these influences in a simplistic yet understandable manner was to clearly arrange