It was first summer before my first year in high school or it was three years before finishing the school. I was very disturbed about my future, about my future plans. I was always asking myself what job I should to do when I grew up. What will it look like, will I love it? What is my porpose in the life? And a lot of questions like that. All my friends' decisions were already made, but not mine. And one day when my family and I were visiting our grandma, I discussed my worries with my family. That day my uncle was there, he entered the room and said to me, ''Yeva jan, you must choose a job that even in 80 years from now you will love and enjoy it. You must get up in the morning with the idea of getting to work as soon as possible.'' So after those words my life changed.
One of them is Town Crier’s Rivalry. Town criers from all parts of the country gather at Hastings, Sussex, in August for the National Town Crier’s Championship. For the contest they wear their traditional ceremonial uniforms and carry their handbells. A procession headed by the Hastings band marches to an arena where the Mayor, members of town council and civil officials greet them. To enable the judges to determine who possesses the most powerful voice the competitors are rowed to a small island about 75 yards from them. From this little island they one by one make their cries and declaim a 150- word test piece. Another curious tradition reminds us of our country.
I can say that winter is my favourite season of the year. First of all, I really enjoy the crisp snow outside. Together with my friends we always make a snowman, throw snowballs at each other and go sledging from the backyard hill. Secondly, I’m quite good at such winter sports as skiing and skating. At weekends, I go to the nearest ice-rink with my friends and we can spend several hours skating there. As for skiing, I usually do it with my father. He is also fond of skiing in the woods, which are not far from our house. So you can imagine how much I like winter holidays. It’s a shame that they aren’t as long as the summer ones.
After my hard and busy school year my summer holidays began. I felt happy when hard and busy school year finished and summer holidays began. I started to plan a lot of wonderful things to do during my summer vocation.
I was dreaming about visiting far south countries I always wanted to visit. For example, I dreamed to visit, Greece islands or Spanish beaches. But I had to go to the Azov Sea seaside with my parents. The water was very warm there, because the Sea of Azov isn't deep. There were different kinds of entertainments there. Best of all I liked water scooters and discos.
There was nothing to do all day except taking sunbathes and swimming. I was playing with my little sister on the sand and taught her to swim. Later, I returned home and spent some time there going out with my friends, reading, listening to music, watching TV and playing computer games. After that I went to the sport camp where I spent twenty days with my friends.
It was very useful experience for us, because we had to get up very early, to train a lot. But it made us stronger and healthier.