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In my family everyone has either been a nurse or a teacher and since I do not have the stomach for nursing it was automatically assumed by everyone in my family that I would become a teacher but you know what happens when people assume something it never happens that way Everyone thought that I would become a teacher because of my love for English and the affection I have for my nieces and nephew but there was no way I was ever going to walk in a classroom as a teacher But for the life of me I keep having this dream it is the first day of school I walk into the class and suddenly the class gets eerily quiet I go to the chalkboard and write my name on it then I turn to the class and say good morning welcome to your first day of English I am Ms Green your teacher Then the students look at me appearing to be completely uninterested by the fact that I am their teacher and they continue to talk to one another I am standing there trying to get the attention of the class but it is useless defeated I slowly turn towards the door to leave when all of a sudden I hear one of the students say isnt that Marlons aunt aye shes chill yall smiling I turn back around to twenty-five attentive faces eager to learn the likes of Shakespeare Poe Browning Baldwin and all the other authors that influenced my life I say a silent prayer to God thanking Him because luckily half of my class spent most of their time at my house playing video games football and basketball with my nephew Eagerly I tell them to write about their most embarrassing moments They start writing almost immediately with only a couple of groans but within minutes the only sound in the classroom is that of pen on
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