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It was the morning of November 5 2013 when the bright yellow bus dropped us off at our destination and left crushing the leaves that had fallen from trees The chilly wind scattered the morning mist as we stood there waiting for the others to arrive We played games to stay warm but they did not help The unresponsive sky seemed dull and dreary As I looked I around felt awful for the few bare trees that were still in the glacial cold It was a typical autumn day but we were told that it was going to get better and better Thinking about challenge day made me think of all the challenges that people might have gone through As the others arrived our supposed day of fun was about to begin At first when we entered the gym all the teachers and student leaders were lined up and were giving us high fives and cheering for us At first I thought what have I gotten myself into The instructors Jennifer and randy started us off by introducing challenge day and they told us to be ourselves and have fun Strangers shared hugs hi-fives and laughs we all were having a great time As I looked around the gym I grasped the fact that everyone was having fun and that no one was feeling lonely or sad The smiles on everyones faces brighten my day and made me realize that my judgment was not right and this made me think that we shouldnt make any judgments before we do or see anything Its just like we say dont judge a book by its cover Challenge day allowed me to experience companionship and affinity from the depth of my heart During the activity of cross the line I saw so many students and teachers cross the line for things I never thought could have happened to someone such as living with a relative because they had
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