At the end of the heating August, I was ready to go back to the NBFLS. I still remembered three years ago when I first saw the school. Its beauty almost took my breath away, for such two peaceful and well-named ponds. The cobblestones paved path, the white-and-grey colored buildings, the tall trees, beautiful flowers all left me with memorable impression. I fell in love with the sights immediately. So I chose to stay here for another three years.
After a long hot holiday, I need to spend my time on the military training before school opening. I think the training is better than other trainings I have experienced before, especially the weather. For the first two days, though the sun shined most of the time, we had cool wind. And yesterday, a Typhoon arrived. There were heavy rains. It rained cats and dogs. I felt like the strong wind could even blow me away.
But the process of military training was kind of meaningful for me. We were supposed to stand a pose of soldier’s as possible. I felt exhausted when I persisted. But I am trying my best to get over those difficulties. I fully understand that if I want to be more successful, then I shall work much harder. The military training teaches me to be brave and to always hold on when I face challenges.
No pain, no gain.