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We pulled into the gravel driveway a punctual half hour before our expected arrival Great I thought an extra hour I would be waste at my grandparents Wasnt it good enough that I was spending the entire weekend here Did we have to get there so soon When you are thirteen each minute at your grandparents is like sitting through an oration of the entire set of the World Book Encyclopedia Climbing out of the car my sister and I apathetically walked across the driveway to the brick sidewalk past the patch of towering sunflowers and around to the back screen door As we opened the squeaky door we passed from the bright sun of a spring day in Pennsylvania onto the back porch of Grandpa and Grandmas house We saw Grandpas pants hanging on the far wall a bushel basket in one corner and a pail with garden hand tools against another wall We quietly stepped into the kitchen as our mother and father trailed behind us with bags in their hands Immediately I could smell the familiar aroma of pine scented Lysol Grandma had stood by that product her entire life and it appeared her senses were weakening as the smell seemed stronger and stronger each time we visited Passing through the narrow kitchen we stepped into the spacious dining room dominated by a large wooden table Anyone home You here Mom my mother called out At that time Grandma appeared in the door of her bedroom across from where we stood Goodness gracious Ya here already Grandma said wiping her wrinkled hands on her faded apron She began to make her way into the dining room but before she could move my mother had dashed across the room and was giving her a hug Dad Jessica and I waited sheepishly across the room knowing our obligatory hugs were next When it was my turn I felt the excessive flab that
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