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The world through young eyes January 5, 2013

4) Write about a period of time in your life where things seemed to be constantly going good.

Well, the year I was 5 turning 6 and in second grade was definitely a good year. It was a beautiful year. It was a FANTASTIC year. It was the last year of public schooling I’ve ever had.
It was a good year. I think we moved once the next year, but I was too young to care too incredibly much.



3) If you only had 24 hours to live, what would you want to do? (I still can’t believe I remembered to do this…hehehe)

Wellll…I would skip school, talk to all my friends for hours, take my entire family with me everywhere (cause some family time needs to get in there somewhere), go shopping like a maniac, fly to colorado and go say bye to Alex, fly back REEEEEEEEEEEEALLY fast, and end my night going to a SUPER HUGE party.

I’d be the one crashing the party, but still.


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