Outgoing, passionate, and straightforward, Annie has always been this kind of person. When I came into the school, she was so nice. She was the first person who spoke to me.
We met during the summer break when we both had Wordly-Wise class. Because it was my first time coming into an American style system, I was quite fearful that my English was not good enough, I was afraid that people would laugh at me. With extremely intense apprehension, I shyly came in the classroom while Annie was walking out the door, and that was how we both met each other. She was so friendly introducing my to the whole class, which swept away my fear gradually. Luckily, everyone in my class was so nice and easygoing. In fact, my English in that class was actually pretty good that helped me to increase much more confidence.
These good days passed very quickly. The beginning of the class was what scared me the most. All the people with fluent English in the school surely would come back. My anxiety popped out again and again. On my very first step I in the school, a girl suddenly hugged me tightly. I was so shocked and surprised. Then, I realized it was Annie. Having a familiar friend was a really good way to smooth my emotions. During lunchtime, when Sunny, a new girl I knew in the summer class, and I were homeless, Annie esthetically invited us to join her at the table, and what she did just made me feel so touched. Moreover, she often offered to help us with our homework problems, which brought it up my grades a lot.
The location hugely plays an important part for Mr. Nakai to pick and choose exactly where he should set up the school. What he bares in his mind about the location is the easy-access from the train station to the school and it is in attractive metro-areas. Therefore people can prominently find it convenient to go to school and be attracted to have a try and have a walk-in to the school. Now O. E. ...
All her actions were so heartwarming. However, she sometimes spoke out so loud that no one could bear it. Because of her loudness, I sometimes felt embarrassed so much that I wondered whether I should keep being her friend or not. At the same time, she did something so touching that I knew I couldn’t just leave her behind. An internal conflict popped out in my mind. I knew that it was not right to abandon someone who treated me so well and if I were a true friend, then I should tolerate her flaws.
Even though we rarely talked during the 11th grade and sat at different tables for lunch, she was still nice to me no matter what. I remember that when we were studying in the conference room during our senior year, she was so generous that she offered snacks to us because she thought we were too exhausted. Also, when we stayed at school so late doing homework, she was always the one who was willing to go buy food for us.
I think there is no one who has a such beautiful heart that inspires me to be as generous and kindness as she is. Although Annie is garrulous, I’ll treat her as a true friend; no matter what people think about her, I’ll stand at her side caring her with my wholeheartedness.