As I sit here on the jet black comfy chair of my computer set, I have more than a hundred thoughts running down. Firstly – how to compose this article. And second how to compose it in a way that you would know how I feel!
It was the 14th of February, the Valentines Day. When I woke up to see a chilly day ahead me; thrilled to get along, and merge in the environment as I reached the National Coaching Centre. There was an exotic sense to the day, as if God had really designed it for the MSBians so that their Annual Sports Day on the very Valentines Day would go just right!
I still remember the bright happy smile every one of us had that day, although everyone’s hearts thumped hard as the time came closer for the opening. It was a day of festivities and grand talks and talents to show up and winners to be awarded.
The contentment showed off over all the faces as all the hard work came to drain out so well. It all boiled down to the point when the effort was devotedly prized.
The excitement of the little divers couldn’t have been left unnoticed and the thrill of the gymnasts as they passed through the fire ring left the audience awed.
How can I forget when the big boy ran his way all around 400m ground and at last won the big medal on the podium, giving it to his hours of limitless exercise and giving it to his school the pride. The grounds were filled with hoots and shouts as the skippers went skipping over.
The grounds were filled with hoots and shouts as the little Rabbits hopped in and out of the colorful rings. And the commentators went on encouraging them!
It was a sight to behold when the oath was taken and the band went on with the glory and grandness.
And as it all finished up my house- the yellow house was given the trophy for their sportsmanship and winning talents!
All in all it was valentine’s worth spent, and the hard work worth glorified!
P.S There’s a dozen more to say, but for now that’s what you get!
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