Title: My Childhood Memory
|Date:||September 23, 2015|
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Could it get any worse? This was Mrs. Williams' fourth grade class, of course it would. On a piece of paper, stuck to a wall with eight pushpins and long-lasting duck tape, it stated, "Invite your family, friends, relatives, and others to The Play."
Okay, I would not tell my parents about it. However, a couple days later from the announcement, a white envelope came in the mail with a gold seal and the name Mrs...
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However, a couple days later from the announcement, a white envelope came in the mail with a gold seal and the name Mrs. Williams pasted on the return address. Why wasn't I surprised to find out this was an invitation to The Play for my parents? There were no more excuses. I had no choice but to go forward and join the play...
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