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  • Exposition
  • Sarah (older sister)
  • Dad (Barry)
  • Mom (Kelly) holding James
  • Exposition
  • James Crossett
  • Rising action
  • I was born on September 7, 2016. My sister was 7 at the time and was so excited to get a little brother. My mother and father were just as happy to have me, but at the same time were tired because they'd have to raise another child.
  • Rising action
  • Dillard Drive Elementary
  • At my preschool I learned a lot about myself and mostly just basic reading and speaking skills. Secondly, I learned to trust teachers to know best and to give us good advice.
  • Climax
  • Additionally, in my preschool I learned some things that I don't remember anymore, but remember that it was taught. One of those things is sign language, I really don't remember it now, though I wish I did. Secondly, I learned to trust others which I have kind of lost the ability to.
  • Climax
  • AIG list : Zach James Noah
  • James Crossett
  • When I went to kindergarten at Dillard Drive Elementary I was a normal and mischievous kid who was curios about life. In those classes I began to learn how things worked and made it my philosophy to try and beat the system.
  • In kindergarten through second grade, I made some excruciatingly horrible mistakes I still regret to this day. I won't say what happened because I believe that if I say the mistake I might accidentally do it again... Although, I can say that because of it I changed and became a better more responsible person.
  • In the aftermath I began to improve my grades and built my morals around the principle that "it" should never have happened and shouldn't happen again. P.S. I made it to AIG.
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