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Looking back into my innocent years I remember my childhood gaze as I looked up and watched my loving grandmother cut up the only comfort that I had in my naive existence That vivid image of my favorite blanket being torn up to pieces stays permanently engraved in my memory to this day Since the moment I came into this scary world my baby blanket held on to me as I nuzzled in its security As a part of my first baby bed set I quickly grew attached to the stimulating patterns that soothed my baby nerves I delightfully observed the bright blue polka dots and the pink animated teddy bears that were delicately stitched into the white soft material When I began to stumble and take my first baby steps in life my blanket became the ultimate companion It was my support system We were practically attached by the hip on whatever adventure I was off to it was always right there by my side As I grew older my blanket grew with me and in a way became a part of me And then came the day when my whole world came crumbling down I remember that moment as if it were yesterday My father sat quietly in the living room holding a video recorder in his hands awaiting the arrival of the dreaded scissors Across the room tears trickled down my mothers face as the light glistened off her soft pink cheeks She sat patiently knowing in her mind that it was time for her little girl to give up her beloved blanket I watched my parents with bewilderment unable to comprehend what was about to take place in my young life While grasping my cherished blanket tightly I noticed my grandmother enter the house with a pair of shiny scissors in her hands My eyes filled up with salty tears as she began to approach me I tried to slowly
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