Last but Not Least (by Maya)


In your imaginary award acceptance speech (yes, we know you have one), who’s the very last — and most important — person you thank?

It should be my mother and my teacher who taught me tennis in junior high for me.

My mother who made my personality and taught me how I should treat people.
She often told me Do Not show your mind on your face.
For example, ,when I get angry, I don’t show my expression on my face.
It’s ok if I am happy or it’s good things but if not, people judge me my impatient and I might pass up a good chance.
This works at office.

My teacher who taught me how important to put on effort.
I went crazy to practice tennis and won games. But the experience links to my persist.


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