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Since Doodle was born he has not been able to walk Doodle has always been different and stood out from all the other kids his age The Scarlet Ibis a short story by James Hurst Doodle has many good traits such as happiness and endurance despite his disabilities Doodle may have problems but he still loved his still loved his life to the fullest and encouraged himself to live it Although Doodle had problems he still was full of happiness and admired the world Its so pretty he said so pretty pretty pretty 2 Brother was a blessing to Doodles life for sharing the world with him that he would could of never known Even though brother was ashamed of Doodles disabilities Doodle was happy to have a brother who wanted him to learn No matter what Doodles brother did he still loved him I helped him up and as he wiped the mud off his trousers he smiled at me ashamedly 2 As much as Doodle was messed around with or discouraged he still wouldnt let him it get to him Doodle was creative and didnt let being disabled stop him from showing his creativity even if they got annoyed Doodle was happy no matter what was wrong with him or when somebody tried to discourage him Although Doodles problems were hard to fix he was still steadfast about his brothers challenges for him Even if it was his brother who wanted Doodle to walk Doodle was still willing Doodle dont you want to earn to walk Hed nod his head 30 Doodle looked up to his brother and wanted to please him no matter how hard it was Sometimes Doodle got discouraged as well but always kept on going Doodle knew that his brother wanted him to walk so he did everything he could to live up to his brothers wantings Finally one day after weeks of practicing he stood alone
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