Everyday Inspiration, Day Fourteen: Recreate a Day

Day Fourteen: Recreate a Single Day or An hour and a half

It is 9:30 am, Angelique Kerber and Jelena Ostapenko stepped on Center Court, to play semi-final tennis match this day July 12th, 2018.It is a grand slam tennis match at Wimbledon, UK.

The tennis stadium was  full of   fans of both players. The umpire sat on a  high chair  and was calling the match.

There is a coin toss to decide who will start the first set. Umpire calls to start the match. The player who chose the right side begins playing. Each player seems anxious, it’s always the case, it’s an important match whoever wins the match will play for the title.

I watched the match on my TV. Although it’s a semi-final match, only one player  played well. The other player made too many mistakes. It was not competitive at all. Angelique Kerber won easily against Jelena Ostapenko. 

Angelique Kerber will play against the winner of the second semi-final, for the Wimbledon title. 

It took one hour thirty minutes for Angelique to win the match.

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Everyday Inspiration, Day twelve : Critique a Piece of Work

Day Twelve : Critique a Piece of work

Memoir : A House in the Sky: Authors Amanda Lindhout and Sarah Corbett

This memoir is about a woman who was kidnapped. The kidnappers were mean, ugly, they tortured, starved and threatened to kill her. She went through such extreme abuse but never gave up hope that she would get her freedom one day.

While reading this story, I realized that  some humans are cruel and have no conscience. There were times I wanted  to skip the pages to know how this story ends. 

I forced myself to read this book, I am glad I read it from beginning to end. I feel better it had a happy ending for Amanda and her friend.

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