Welcome to my blog and my 30-day challenge!
In this post, I’ll be writing about my most embarrassing moment.
I’ve looked throughout my life and thought about what moment embarrassed me the most.
One embarrassing moment that I still think about is when I was still in kindergarten.
So let’s get started.
Here’s my embarrassing and traumatizing story:
It happened back home in Africa. I was about 5 and was in my kindergarten years. The kids are playing in the classroom and I’m just sitting on my desk waiting to go to the restroom. I had to really go bad, meaning I had to do both bad. My stomach was hurting and I could not hold it much longer.
Then, a few minutes later, it was recess. Relieved, I rushed to the restroom, which was located outside the building. The restroom was only a few feet away so I could walk from the class to the restroom. As soon as I arrived, to my dismay, they were all occupied.
I did not know what to do, so I waited. It was so frustrating. It seemed like an hour even though it was a couple of minutes. Imagine yourself trying to dance and sit, moving around slightly but not too much as you wait for someone to be done with the restroom.
I could feel my stomach churning inside of me, then slowly going down. It was surely coming and it wasn’t going to wait for me.
Finally, someone was done then I quickly, and carefully went to the restroom. Forgetting to pull down my uniform because my thought was on my something else, it was too late.
It went all over my clothes!
And that’s not the most embarrassing part.
What was the most embarrassing was that I also forgot to lock the door!
A girl came in and saw the whole thing! The girl gasped so loud that everyone came to see what was going on. And they all saw me! Almost every one of them!
I just looked at myself, refusing to look at their faces.
Finally, the teacher came and relieved me. The principal called my mom, and I went home early.
But guess what? I had to go to school the next day!
So yeah, that’s my story.
There you go!
That is my most embarrassing moment.
Until Next Time,