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"San Ysidro Dear sir. If you think it's a good idea, please arrange it I should go up into the mountains, the Sangre de Cristo. I know it's a hard thing to do, but which way you do it, no matter how, is all right with me, Miguel. Thanks."
"San Ysidro, Dear sir. This is one of the Chavez family by the name of Miguel . . . It was a hard wish to arrange, I know. And I want to thank you for taking care of it, except I didn't know you'd do it by a letter. I said fix it up whichever way you could do it. But the thing is this. If it's all right with you, I'd like to get my wish back. Don't want to be a lot of trouble for you, but the way things are, about going up into the Mountains of Sangre de Cristo, I'd just as soon as wait around for another four, five years, however long it takes, and then go when the regular time comes for me to go."
You can tell that Miguel has come of age from the beginning of the book to now because he is more patient, humble, and thankful, which you can tell from his prayers.
"San Ysidro, Dear Sir. This is Miguel Chavez who took up so much of your time last year. Things went all right last year, and I have no complaints. Thank you for last year. But this year, I haven't got any wish. No wish at all. All I wish, San Ysidro, is for things to be the way you wish. Amen."
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