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The House on Richvale Ln Street
We didn't always live Richvale Ln Street. Before that we lived on San Leon Street, the one with a lot of trees, and before that Harlingen. what i remember most is moving a lot for work. each time we we wondered where we were going to stay, there were my Uncle, Aunt, Cousins and me.
The house on Richvale Ln street is ours and we don't have to leave it, or share the yard, or de afraid to make noise, or pay rent, and there isn't anybody to tell us what to do.
We had to leave behind San Leon street. The house was broke and my uncle wouldn't fix it because the house too old. That's why my Uncle and Aunt looked for a new house, and that's why we moved into the house on Richvale Ln Street
They always told us that one that day we would move into a house, a real house that would provide us protection. And our house would have electricity. And we would have a great big yard and a least one dog. Our house would be red and white. This is the house that my uncle always talked about and this was the house that i always dream every night when i went to the bed.
But the house on Richvale Ln Street is not the way they told it at all. it's small and grey with a small yard. Bricks are broken, and the front door is old and uncolored. There are no trees in the from yard, only little flowers that barely appear on the ground. There are stairs in our house, but these are old and we need to walk carefully, and the house has only two rooms. everybody has to share the washroom that is inside of one room-- my Uncle and Aunt, my Cousins and me.
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