Personal Narrative Essay: The Day I Coming To America

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It’s been quite a while since I last wrote in here, so I decided to write the thoughts and experiences that I have had since I came to America. Today was moving day, the plane ride wasn’t good, but it wasn’t terrible. However, I didn’t get much time on the plane to determine how good or bad the ride was. This is because I was worrying about whether or not many Americans celebrate the holiday Christmas, after all it is that time of the year. Anyway, this holiday has always been the one I cherished the most. It’s about giving back to the ones we love. I knew that some Catholics and Christians lived in the U.S. but I didn’t know how many. To my surprise, all the houses we passed were decorated with Christmas lights. Also, something I was worried about would be if there was snow or not, and upon arrival beautiful white snow laced the ground. I was happy …show more content…
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