Reflection for Olympics Acivity

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Published on March 7, 2014

Author: Naj_Jandy

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I just realized how delighful it'd be to attend an event and eventually write something to document. It's great to appreciate this paperwork.. Caught on throwback...

“It was good and it feels great”. This is a simple yet a statement that expresses all--- the satisfaction, the joy… everything that we got from cheering in the midst of the crowd that dominated the Sports Center. Under the heat of the sun, we all cried in chorus, “beat the heat, with Milo drink we’re ready and steady. One hoof, one hoof Universidad we are one…” I’m pretty sure you’ve seen that highlighted word! Yes you’re right; it was the Milo Olympics 2012. And we really prepared our cheer to the players who have proven their mettle in sports and I commend all the seniors who took part. I can still remember how many times we’ve endured the prickly heat of the sun just to make our cheer an emblem of optimism. We really made an effort to stay disciplined, to have those tons of patience and to stay calm despite the anger – provoking weather. Many times we’ve lost our PE teacher’s patience because of our hard-heads. And with all humility, we accepted the tokens of such stupidity. After many times of practice, our principal took a sight of our practiced cheer. And thank God, she recognized it as something worth already. After taking our lunch, we made our way to the Sports Center. The crowd was really BIG! And we really had those goose bumps knowing in some time later, we will give our best shot in front of hundreds of people. And the time flew fast. We were the next to walk the lane for the performance. With all might we carried the steps and uttered every single word of our cheer with enthusiasm. Gladly, we were satisfied by our cheer.

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