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For my third birthday I received a bear as one of my birthday giftseven though I dont exactly remember getting it I heard the story aboutme not letting the bear go many times throughout my life Ever sincethen that worn out teddy bear has been a huge part of my life It hasbeen with me every night when I go to sleep until one day when I wasforced to give it away to my little cousin Josephine when I was eight At that time my little cousin was only four and of course she wasspoiled and always gets what she wants One day when she came to myhouse for a visit she immediately saw my teddy bear lying on my bed andstarted playing with it At that time I didnt allow anybody to touchmy bear except for my mother when she washes it I quickly snatched awaymy teddy bear and went away to watch TV with it Of course what fouryear olds do she started wailing and crying with her empty handsclenching and opening signaling for the soft plush I had safely in myhands was in my room playing with my toys alone When he told me this Ithought about how he must have felt when I was born He was only four atthe time and he had to learn not to be selfish unlike me already eightand still crying over a teddy bear At that moment I knew what the right thing to do was to hand over myteddy bear silently knowing that I learned my lesson on not beingselfish and some things need to be learned sooner or later I wasliterally dragging my feet along to Josephine saying you could haveit I dont want it anymore She stopped crying and looked at me witha dumbfounding look on her face But as far as four year old minds goshe just accepted it and started playing with it as if nothing happenedWalking back to
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