Most Memorable Event in Your Life

August 28, 2008 12:00am CST
As a Man or Woman every body might have faced some worst or Good happening in life.Will u like to share what was that a Most memorable event. I have enjoyed the half of my life and now I am in the second half of life. I have a family of 3 members me my wife and my daughter. I was away from home when the results of my daughter 's +2 schooling was declared. My daughter stand 1st in the District and got about 95% marks. I was not at home to share and celebrate this event with my family but I enjoyed away with my office friend. After return to home we celebrated this event in the family and ever body praised my daughter. There were offers from different Colleges for admission of my daughter but I wanted to get her admitted in some Institute of repute in Commerce and I got that. I was called in the School of my daughter for the prize Distribution Function. When I and my wife were called on the stage these were the most memorable event in my life. Please share with me what was your memorable event in Life.
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@rocker21 (2717)
• India
28 Aug 08
Well when i met my girlfriend
• Vietnam
11 Mar 10
like it dude ;))
• Canada
28 Aug 08
I am a woman who can definately relate to your introduction. I have had a lot of ups and down and from many of my downs there have been some great ups (reverse experience I call it). My most memorable event is the birth of our son, talk about a life changing experience. Going through 18 hours of labour, being comforted by my family, feeling embarrassed yet elated at the same time, watching our 1st child making his grand entrance into the world, I will ever cherish this moment even more because I was told that I will not be able to have another child. I also had a life threatening experience 1 year after our son was born and was in the hospital for 1 week on IV's and blood thinners diagnosed with blood clot in my lungs at that point it came to me the strong conviction that nothig matters most in this life than loving, family being #1, being at peace with yourself and others. It did not matter that I had a great job, saving in the bank or my bills. All I could think about is having more time with my family, seeing our son grow up. Nothing else mattered.
• Philippines
28 Aug 08
I'm only 17 and i am really looking forward for many experiences in life that would really mold me to become a better person and would leave me beautiful memories. But as for now, the most memorable part of my life was when my family and i were together for the very last time that New Yea's Eve before my father and mother got separated..It was the last day i saw my family happy together.