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When I was young in Washington, I would play with the next door neighbor’s black lab named “Lego.” I would pick apples from the apple tree, and throw them to him like a tennis ball. He would retrieve them and drop the slobbery apples next to my feet. I really loved that “Lego!”
When I was young in Washington, I could get close to the deer that came into the yard with her two fawns to eat the apples and pears from the tree. Once I got about a yard away from the doe, and once I even found their nest in the woods!
When I was young in Washington, I would walk around the shady trees where my mom’s childhood dog was buried. Her name was “Sugar.” I would walk around the peaceful place feeling sad for my mom’s childhood “Sugar dog.”
When I was young in Washington, my brothers, cousins, grandparents, and I would ride around in the tractor! We would ride down the street to get my grandparent’s mail.
When I was young in Washington, my dad, brothers, friends, cousins, and I would go down to the beach to hold crabs and collect sea shells! Once we found a mama crab giving birth to hundreds of baby crabs!
When I was young in Washington, my family and I spent the week at my mom’s best friend’s house! We got to play with their dog, Lala. We went to the beach a lot! I collected a lot of sand dollars and I created a reif out of them!
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