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Where did they go with radiant smiles on their faces Why were they so excited to go there Whats so exciting over there How long do they stay in that place Who do they meet there For all these questions there was no answer except to one When did they go there Every early morning except on Saturday and Sunday Every morning I witnessed their cheery departure and wondered more and more about their destination However there was no question whenever my brother and sister were about to leave Just hand gestures and broken words that meant I want to go with them too My mother didnt say yes or no but rather she went back inside the house to resume her cooking and called for me to come inside as well I would take a step back from the open door but watch the car drive off around the corner Could I still go with them She called me again and this time I sadly surrendered and came back inside Someday I thought SomedayFor the curious three-year-old I was it was hard for me to forget that mysterious place I already knew it was called school I just wanted to know what they did there and why they went there every morning But I never asked my parents these detailed questions These were important questions to me and I wanted to seek their answers myself someday when I went to school I knew however that that wasnt going to be for a while so for the rest of the day I was content with watching PBS kids and the abc video my mother put on the television for me Then when she found some free time from her schedule she would do jigsaw puzzles with me or watch me play educational cds on the computer My days were filled with activities fun but also beneficial to my education And whenever my mother fed me
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